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Predictions for Badgers-Beavers Game

Discussion in 'College Sports' started by Jake Kocorowski, Sep 7, 2012.

  1. Jake Kocorowski

    Jake Kocorowski Cheesehead

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    I think the Beavers fans will be loud and crazy, and people out west have been calling this one of the the biggest games they've played. We're at a disadvantage with no game film from their cancelled game last week, but I feel Mike Taylor and Co. on defense are angry and have something to prove from last week's near disaster. I think Danny O'Brien and company will open up the playbook as well that'll keep the Oregon State D honest and not stack 8 or 9 in the box like Northern Iowa did last week. I think it's Badgers 27-17.

    Any other thoughts on tomorrow's big game in Corvallis?

    Thanks!
    Jake
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  2. Shawnsta3

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    Badgers 35
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    Crazy to think about how we creamed this team last year. But things have changed.. Oregon State has had 32 practices without a game. And their depth is much improved.
     
  3. Jake Kocorowski

    Jake Kocorowski Cheesehead

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    True - very true.

    I think them not having a first game will be quite the disadvantage, and they normally say the biggest way to gauge a team is the improvement from game one to game two - let's hope UW has done so!
     

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