TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) - No. 20 Wisconsin and Arizona State will face their first real tests of the season after opening with easy victories.
The Badgers beat Massachusetts and Tennessee Tech by a combined score of 93-0 to open with consecutive shutouts for the first time since 1958.
The Sun Devils, after starting with a bye week, beat up on FCS school Sacramento State 55-0 in their opening game.
Saturday's game in the desert will be a contrast in styles.
The Badgers like to pound teams with their power running game while the Sun Devils like to play fast and use their athleticism to fly past opponents.
Sun Devil Stadium is expected to be packed with fans all dressed in black, so it should be a great atmosphere, too.

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