Washington State vs. Wisconsin: How to Watch, TV Channel, Kickoff, Live Stream — September 9, 2023

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In a shape of things to come for many teams out west, the Big Ten and Pac-12 collide in this college football Week 2 clash between the Wisconsin Badgers and the Washington State Cougars. Want to know how to watch Washington State vs. Wisconsin? What are the latest betting odds for the game? You’re in the right place to get the answers to those questions!

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Washington State Schedule

DateOpponentTimeResultTVTickets
Saturday, Sep 2@ Colorado State7:00 PM ETW, 50-24CBSSN
Saturday, Sep 9vs. Wisconsin7:30 PM ETABCBuy now
Saturday, Sep 16vs. Northern Colorado5:00 PM ETBuy now
Saturday, Sep 23vs. Oregon StateTBDBuy now
Saturday, Oct 7@ UCLATBDBuy now
Saturday, Oct 14vs. ArizonaTBDBuy now
Saturday, Oct 21@ OregonTBDBuy now
Saturday, Oct 28@ Arizona StateTBDBuy now
Saturday, Nov 4vs. StanfordTBDBuy now
Saturday, Nov 11@ CaliforniaTBDBuy now
Friday, Nov 17vs. Colorado10:30 PM ETFS1Buy now
Saturday, Nov 25@ WashingtonTBDBuy now

On the outside looking in as far as the Big Ten/Pac-12 realignment is concerned, Washington State will have an axe to grind in their biggest non-conference clash. It’s an axe with some force behind it after beating the Badgers in Madison last season, with the returning Cameron Ward giving them some serious firepower on offense as they look to build on a big Week 1 win.

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The Cougars mauled the Colorado State Rams on opening weekend, and while Wisconsin offers a much tougher test, a victory should ensure a 3-0 start to take into Pac-12 play. Avoiding USC and reigning conference champions Utah is a major boost for their aspirations of building on a 7-6 campaign in Jake Dickert’s first season at the helm in Pullman.

Wisconsin Schedule

DateOpponentTimeResultTVTickets
Saturday, Sep 2vs. Buffalo3:30 PM ETW, 38-17FS1
Saturday, Sep 9@ Washington State7:30 PM ETABCBuy now
Saturday, Sep 16vs. Georgia Southern12:00 PM ETBTNBuy now
Friday, Sep 22@ Purdue7:00 PM ETFS1Buy now
Saturday, Oct 7vs. RutgersTBDBuy now
Saturday, Oct 14vs. IowaTBDBuy now
Saturday, Oct 21@ IllinoisTBDBuy now
Saturday, Oct 28vs. Ohio StateTBDBuy now
Saturday, Nov 4@ IndianaTBDBuy now
Saturday, Nov 11vs. NorthwesternTBDBuy now
Saturday, Nov 18vs. NebraskaTBDBuy now
Saturday, Nov 25@ MinnesotaTBDBuy now

The Luke Fickell era in Madison began in Week 1, and to say there were some teething issues is a mild understatement. The 38-17 winning box score against MAC outfit Buffalo hides the fact that the Badgers carried just a four-point lead in at the half and struggled to weaponize quarterback Tanner Mordecai. Ultimately, the tried and tested Wisconsin ground ball sealed the win.

Washington State poses the biggest out-of-conference threat to Fickell’s early tenure, although a visit from the high-volume passing attack of Georgia Southern will test the Badgers’ secondary. Circle Oct. 28 as the true test of what Wisconsin can achieve this season, with Ohio State the game of their season on a Big Ten schedule that avoids Michigan and Penn State in 2023.