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Byline: Teddy Greenstein
MADISON, Wis. _ Wisconsin finally played like a team worthy of national-title talk.
But the fifth-ranked Badgers won't be the ones doing the talking.
"I don't know how people perceive us and, quite frankly, I don't care," Wisconsin coach Barry Alvarez said. "I know I sound like a broken record, but we're just trying to win games."
And win they did, racing to a four-touchdown lead against Minnesota before cruising to a 38-14 victory Saturday that makes them 9-0 for the third time in school history. They're 6-0 in the Big Ten Conference.
Just how dominant was this performance? Consider that before Saturday, the Badgers were …