The Indiana-Wisconsin game is one of the bigger games for this weekend’s slate of Big Ten football.

It’s between two ranked teams that are trying to potentially play themselves into the Big Ten Championship game (though it’s very unlikely due to Ohio State and Northwestern).

Despite it being one of the bigger games, ESPN’s FPI doesn’t think this game is close to a pick-em. According to the FPI, Wisconsin has an 84.1% chance of beating the Hoosiers tomorrow afternoon.

It would make sense that the FPI isn’t that high on the Hoosiers chances due to the fact that quarterback Michael Penix Jr. is lost for the season. The game is also being played in Madison so there’s that to account for as well.

Whatever the case, this is going to still be one of the better games of the weekend. Kickoff is at 3:30 p.m. ET on Saturday and the game will be televised by ABC.