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Wisconsin Fans Chanted "Overrated" At Michigan At Halftime

Wisconsin's fans paint their chests for a game.

MADISON, WI - OCTOBER 15: Wisconsin Badgers fans yell in the stands during the spring announcements before the game against the Ohio State Buckeyes at Camp Randall Stadium on October 15, 2016 in Madison, Wisconsin. (Photo by Mike McGinnis/Getty Images)

Boy oh boy, is Wisconsin absolutely whipping Michigan right now. The Badgers are beating the Wolverines 28-0 at the half. It doesn't even look like these two teams belong on the same field.

No. 11 Michigan came into this year with high expectations. Many national experts and fans predicted the Wolverines would win the Big Ten conference. Finally, UM was going to have a break-through year under Jim Harbaugh.

But as most fans have come to expect, Michigan is looking like it is overrated. And the Wisconsin fans are letting the Michigan players know about it.

With a big lead over Michigan, Badgers' fans started chanting "overrated" just before the half.

Is the chant warranted? It appears so.

Last year, the Wolverines hammered the Badgers 38-13. Clearly, revenge is on the mind in this year's game.

Many were expecting Michigan to be Ohio State's main challenger in the Big Ten. But it's starting to look like Wisconsin is the team to beat. The Badgers' offensive line and rushing attack — led by RB Jonathan Taylor — looks unstoppable.

Taylor has 12 carries for 143 yards and two touchdowns through two quarters. Late in the first, the star RB busted off a 72-yard TD run.

Taylor left the game early though due to cramps.

Stay tuned for further updates on Michigan-Wisconsin.