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Watch: ESPN's Jordan Rodgers Thinks Wisconsin Wins "Handily"

Paul Chryst leads Wisconsin onto the field.

MADISON, WI - SEPTEMBER 19: Head coach Paul Chryst of the Wisconsin Badgers watches from the sidelines during the fourth quarter of the college football game against the Troy Trojans at Camp Randall Stadium on September 19, 2015 in Madison, Wisconsin. The Badgers defeated the Trojans 28-3.(Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

The Badgers face Ohio State on Saturday.

This weekend is championship weekend in college football. There is a lot on the line.

Wisconsin enters Saturday's Big Ten title game against Ohio State sporting a 12-0 record and the No. 4 spot in the College Football Playoff rankings. Ohio State has two losses, but many are picking the Buckeyes to win.

Not ESPN's Jordan Rodgers. He is taking Wisconsin to win 'handily" by "double digits."

"It's a combination of two things,' Rodgers said. "You look at the common opponent in Iowa, Ohio State got drubbed by them and Wisconsin took it to them. Now you can't put all of that into one basket. But you couple that with the J.T. Barrett injury, when you couple that with the Schiano distraction. I think Wisconsin is angry, I think they have something to prove and I think they are catching a more talented Ohio State team at the right time."

You can watch the full video with Rodgers below.

Ohio State plays Wisconsin Saturday night at 8 p.m. ET on FOX.