Complete info for Bowling Green vs. Wisconsin in Week 4.
Bowling Green travels to Wisconsin in a non-conference matchup in Week 4. The Badgers are 1-1 this season and coming off a bye, while the Falcons are 1-2 after beating Indiana 45-42 last week. The Badgers are 3-0 all-time against Bowling Green, with the last meeting a 35-14 Wisconsin victory in Cleveland in 2006.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: Noon ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: ESPN2
The Badgers have won 30 straight home games against non-conference opponents, the second-longest streak in the nation behind LSU’s 41-game run.
Despite finishing with just 38 yards on 17 carries against Western Illinois, junior running back Melvin Gordon is the Big Ten career leader in yards per attempt at 7.81. The previous record belonged to Penn State’s Ki-Jana Carter (1993-94) at 7.27.
Junior wide receiver Alex Erickson became the 11th player in Wisconsin history to catch at least 10 passes in a game when he had 10 for 122 yards against Western Illinois.
The Badgers have won their last six games coming off a bye by a combined score of 255-49. Last season, Wisconsin beat Northwestern 35-6 and Indiana 62-14 following byes.
Wisconsin is one of six schools to have at least nine wins in eight of the last nine seasons. Only Boise State and LSU, with nine, have more.
Bowling Green facts
Roger Lewis had a career-high 16 receptions for 149 yards in the win over Indiana, including the game-winner with nine seconds left. The 16 catches set a Doyt L. Perry Stadium record.
Travis Greene’s 123 yards on 24 carries against Indiana marked his 11th career 100-yard rushing performance.
Quarterback James Knapke set school records last week with 46 completions and 73 attempts, going for a career-high 395 yards and three touchdowns.
The win over Indiana was Bowling Green’s first against a Big Ten team since beating Minnesota in 2007.
The Falcons ran 113 plays from scrimmage against Indiana, breaking the old school record of 100 against Kent State in 2001.