Wisconsin dropped to 2-2 on the season today after they lost to No. 12 Indiana, 14-6.

It was a low-scoring affair as Wisconsin couldn’t find the endzone at all, even when they had a chance with less than a minute to go. They turned it over on downs and all the Hoosiers had to do was just knee it a couple of times.

Quarterback Graham Mertz struggled immensely as he went 20-for-34 for 202 yards with an interception. They also couldn’t run the ball that well as their leading rusher (Jalen Berger) only had 87 yards rushing.

After the game, head coach Paul Chryst spoke to the media, and here’s what he had to say:

The Badgers fell to 2-2 on the season with the loss. Wisconsin will close out the regular season next weekend when it takes on rival Iowa (5-2).