It shouldn't have been that easy. Illinois came in to the Kohl Center ranked No. 23 in the country, but it left with its tail between its legs as they got blown out from start to finish. The Badgers took care of the visiting Illini 95-70.
Wisconsin moved to 16-0 on the season, setting the mark for the best ever start in school history and did so in a clinical fashion.
Five players finished in double figures and the Badgers ended the game shooting 56.1 percent from the field.
Guard Ben Brust led the Badgers in scoring, with 18 points, and was joined by fellow starters Sam Dekker (17), Frank Kaminsky (15) and Traevon Jackson (15). Nigel Hayes also joined in the double figure's parade with 11 points on the night as well.
Perhaps the most impressive part of the night was just how unselfish the Badgers were. It's a trend that has become a known commodity amongst the fanbase, but on Wednesday night the rest of the college basketball world saw what this team's chemistry can do when firing on all cylinders.
It was the most complete game we've seen from Wisconsin, and while some was just a really bad night by Illinois, the Badgers also did some things very well too.
So, let us just get to the grades for you...