Madison, WISCONSIN (WKOW) The Badgers understand it is time to move on from that Arizona State mess.
Yet, it's easier said than done.
On Thursday's Big Ten coaches teleconference, every question Gary Andersen was asked was about that game.
Andersen added some fuel to the fire by calling it 'the game that never ended.'
The Badgers certainly won't forget the loss.
The key now is to channel that anger towards Saturday's opponent, Purdue.
"Sure, there's a little bit of disappointment. But you have to put that behind you. I think we're a hungry team. I think we're searching for respect. I think this team is going to come out and we're going to grab it," said tight end Jacob Pedersen.
"This team is ready to take on the next challenge. We're ready to dive into film work, dive into practice. We're really focused on this Purdue game and getting back on track," said defensive lineman Ethan Hemer.
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