Wilson will be on TV tonight:Wisconsin vs. Nebraska 8pm on ABC TV-45:Russell showing his muscle with Badgers winning 48-17

Posted by Andy Durham on October 1, 2011 at 5:34 pm under College | Comments are off for this article

48-17 the final, with Wisconsin on top of Nebraska and the numbers on Russell Wilson…..Wilson, Russell 14-20-0 passing….255 yards… 2 TD’s….Montee Ball with 151 yards and 4 TD’s on the ground for the Badgers…….

Wisconsin up on Nebraska Cornhuskers……Badgers lead Huskers 48-17 late in the game and Russell Wilson in helping his Heisman chances tonight with 2 TD passes and one touchdown run…..All Wisconsin over Nebraska in the Big Ten battle tonight in Madison, Wisconsin…….Alabama also whipping up on the Florida Gators over on CBS……

He is now a Heisman hopeful and the once N.C. State Wolfpack quarterback Russell Wilson, will be on national television tonight, as his Wisconsin Badgers get ready to face the Nebraska Cornhuskers…..

Game time/kickoff is set for 8pm and you can catch the game on ABC-45 locally and here’s how the Russell Wilson Heisman Trophy campaign is starting to shape up, as we get the word from Raleigh native and long-time sportswriter, Caulton Tudor…..

A little lecture on Wilson, from the Tudor at the Charlotte Observer and the News and Observer….

Wisconsin’s Russell Wilson can’t win the Heisman Trophy tonight, but the former N.C. State quarterback can gain plenty of momentum with a big game against visiting Nebraska.

Wisconsin’s schedule is such that Wilson may face only one more ranked foe after the No. 8 Cornhuskers, and that’s iffy.

The No. 7 Badgers will visit Illinois, currently 24th, on Nov. 19. But that game falls after Illinois has to face Penn State and Michigan (No. 19), and the Badgers don’t play Michigan this season.

Wisconsin’s consecutive primetime games at Michigan State (Oct. 22, 8 p.m.) and at Ohio State (Oct. 29, 8 p.m.) are certain to generate some national attention. But entering today’s game between Ohio State and Michigan State in Columbus, Ohio, neither team has displayed the early look of a national contender.

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