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James White runs for one of his two TDs (Fleming)

After having its running game stymied against Michigan State, Wisconsin's offensive line had a goal of rushing for 400 yards. It's evident that it needed to set its goals higher, as Wisconsin's program-record 564 rushing yards led to a 62-14 beatdown over Indiana and a spot in the conference's title game for a second straight season.

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - No matter the situation or the makeup of his team, Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema likes to deliver a poignant message the night before a game to serve a purpose. Whether it's to motivate his squad or to deliver a teaching point, the message Friday night was simple: opportunity. Leading up to Wisconsin's opening to clinch a spot in the Big Ten championship game just an hour up... Recommended Stories

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