The 10th-ranked University of Wisconsin football team struggled to find offensive consistency Saturday as the 19th-ranked Northwestern Wildcats emerged as the final undefeated Big Ten West Division team with a 17-7 victory at Ryan Field in Evanston, Ill.
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UW allowed Northwestern to control the action and failed to generate offense consistently en route to a 17-7 loss, dropping UW to 1-6 in its last seven trips to Evanston.
A quick look at No. 10 UW's 17-7 loss to the 19th-ranked Northwestern Wildcats in a Big Ten West showdown Saturday 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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