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Martin, Bahl positive after 58-0 Wisconsin rout

Miami knew it headed to Madison as the 33-point underdog, but it didn't expect a score like this. University of Wisconsin (1-1) dominated in the air and on the ground, blowing out the RedHawks (1-1) 58-0. The Badgers outgained Miami 451-157 in yards and 26-9 in first downs.


33-point underdog Miami takes on Wisconsin

The RedHawks visit Camp Randall Stadium for a matchup against a University of Wisconsin football team that lost 35-17 to then-No. 3 and 2014 Southeastern Conference champion University of Alabama last weekend. It's the first-ever meeting between the two schools, and Miami enters the game as a 33-point underdog.

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