Though there were some hostile moments following the game, UW's 41-23 win over Minnesota was somewhat tame Now, with a critical game with the nation's No. 1 just days away, it's time for the popular weekly feature: The Hot 11.
The fifth installment of the 2010 regular season is based on momentum and individual play this season. One bad game won't necessarily move a player off, but it could cause a player to slide down the board as new players start to emerge.
By no means is the list perfect, that is why BadgerBlitz.com encourages everyone to head over to The Badgers' Den to offer their own opinions.
Note: The number in parentheses is the number of points the player got based on a voting panel of BadgerBlitz.com staff members.
After seeinghis 100-yard game streak snapped at Michigan State, Clay got it rolling again against the Gophers. His 111-yard performance was good enough to make him the eighth member of the 3,000-yard rushing club at UW.
Taylor continues to get back to the same form he was playing at prior to his knee injury. Against the Gophers, Taylor logged three tackles-for-loss and played arguably his best, most complete game, of the year.
Much like Moffitt, Carimi is a critical piece in both the rushing and passing attacks. He helped two running backs top 100 yards and gave Tolzien time to throw for 223 yards in the win over the Gophers.