1. Can Wisconsin’s Jonathan Taylor be contained? It’s the perfect combination: a 5-foot-11, 221-pound blend of power and speed running the football behind an offensive line that has combined for 176 career starts. Taylor, a sophomore from Salem (N.J.) High School, leads the nation in rushing (1,363 yards) and carries (208) and averages 6.6 per carry. The Badgers have run the football 65 percent of the time and rank fourth in the nation with 273 yards per game. The Nittany Lions gave up 259 rush yards last week against Michigan, the most against any opponent this season. They need to tighten up their front seven to at least contain Taylor.