MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- If J.J. Watt has played his final game at Camp Randall Stadium, he certainly made the most of it.
Wisconsin's standout defensive end forced two fumbles, made a big hit that led to an interception and even blocked an extra point try in the No. 4 Badgers' 70-23 demolition of Northwestern to claim a share of the Big Ten title and perhaps a Rose Bowl berth.
Watt, a redshirt junior who began his college career as a tight end at Central Michigan, emerged as one of the nation's top defensive linemen this season. Should he decide to leave school, he could become a hot commodity in the NFL draft.
Watt says he isn't thinking about his future for now.
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