(WNFL) - Wisconsin ran the ball down Indiana's collective throat in their last two games. And Hoosiers' defensive coordinator expects more of the same when they play the Badgers on Saturday in Madison. Last year, Wisconsin ran for a school-record 564 yards on 64 carries, as they crushed Indiana 62-to-14 in Bloomington. The year before, the Badgers ran it 42 times for 332 yards in a 59-to-7 pounding. Doug Mallory was promoted to defensive coordinator this season for Indiana, after sharing the title the previous two years. He says he'll have his hands full trying to get his defense to contain Wisconsin rushers Melvin Gordon and James White. The 17th-ranked Badgers have the 10th-best rushing offense in the nation this year with 281 yards a game and 28 touchdowns on the ground. Indiana has 108th-best rushing defense, giving up 217 yards per game and 24 T-D's. The Hoosiers have given up almost 900 yards on the ground in its last four games. Indiana is 2-and-3 in the Big Ten, and 4-and-5 overall. Wisconsin will come in at 7-and-2 overall, and 4-and-1 in conference play.