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Having a 2013 schedule where it's toughest opponents utilize the spread offense, a major issue for past Wisconsin teams, the Badgers' 3-4 defense showed Saturday that it can handle the basics without pushing itself to the max.

MADISON - Switching from a 4-3 base defense to the 3-4 when new head coach Gary Andersen and defensive coordinator Dave Aranda the change was brought in to be more aggressive and confuse offenses that like to do the same to defenses. Through two games, Wisconsin's new look has worked marvelously as the Badgers held Tennessee Tech to just 113 yards in their second straight shutout to start the...

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