Wisconsin State Journal reporter Jim Polzin asked Badgers fans on Twitter what they thought of No. 10 Wisconsin's 17-7 loss to the No. 19 Northwestern Wildcats in a Big Ten West Division battle Saturday at Ryan Field in Evanston, Ill.
Here's what fans were saying after the Badgers dropped their first game of the pandemic-shortened season:
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The redshirt freshman turned the ball over four times — three interceptions and a fumble — in No. 10 UW's 17-7 loss to No. 19 Northwestern at Ryan Field.
Freshman Chimere Dike hauled in a 49-yard TD in the first quarter but only caught one other pass for 3 yards as the Badgers' receivers struggled to get open against the Wildcats.
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