Wisconsin football coach Paul Chryst preaches one game at a time. His players have bought in and so far, it’s led to a 4-0 start.
The Badgers rolled to a 30-6 win over the Michigan State Spartans on Saturday and now it’s time to focus on the next opponent, the Michigan Wolverines, in Ann Arbor on Saturday afternoon (2:30 p.m. ABC).
It wasn’t long after the win over the Spartans that Paul Chryst was only willing to discuss what’s next, their matchup against the Wolverines.
Leo Musso, who scooped up a fumble recovery and scampered for a long touchdown run said the one-at-a-time way of thinking is always top of mind.
The Badgers play at Michigan Saturday, then get a week off before hosting Ohio State, playing at Iowa and returning home to host Nebraska. The fans and media line them up one after another and try to predict where the Badgers might fall, if at all.
The players and coaches aren’t interested in hearing any of it. They’ll get to work this week and worry only about Michigan and it would be smart not to rule this team out of any game they play.
Top 25 Polls
The Badgers climbed in both Top 25 polls after their win over Michigan State. They’re 8th in both the A.P. Top 25 and the Top 25 Coaches poll.
Saturday’s opponent, Michigan is 5th in the Coaches Top 25 and fourth in the A.P. Poll.