MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Heading into the first of two off weeks during the month of October, Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen has a long to-do list to try to get his football team better.  After the priority of developmental work and having his staff spend the weekend recruiting, getting his team healthy is next in line.  One of those banged-up players Wisconsin needs to heal is sophomore tailback Melvin Gordon.  Failing to rush for over 140 yards for the first time this season, Gordon finished with 74 yards on 15 carries in Saturday’s 31-24 loss at No. 4 Ohio State before his left knee was landed on during the final play of the third quarter. He did not return, but Andersen said Saturday and reiterated Monday that he expects Gordon to be fine.