The ejections of safeties Eric Burrell and Reggie Pearson put a damper on what was otherwise another impressive performance for UW's defense in a 35-14 victory over the Wolverines. Michigan was held to 40 rushing yards, went 0 of 10 on third down and turned the ball over four times.
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Sure, there's a long, difficult Big Ten schedule ahead, but the Badgers showed Saturday how good they have become in the wake of a disappointing 8-5 season.
The Badgers (3-0, 1-0 Big Ten) jumped out to a 28-0 halftime lead and extended that cushion to 35-0 in the third quarter before closing out the Wolverines 35-14 in their Big Ten Conference opener Saturday at Camp Randall.
The way Jonathan Taylor's replacements, junior Garrett Groshek and freshman Nakia Watson, held down the fort and powered Wisconsin’s offense while the Heisman Trophy candidate was sidelined with cramps shows depth and versatility UW lacked last season.
A quick look at the 13th-ranked Wisconsin Badgers' 35-14 win over the 11th-ranked Michigan Wolverines in their Big Ten Conference opener Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.
State Journal columnist Tom Oates grades the No. 13 Wisconsin Badgers' performance in their 35-14 win over the No. 11 Michigan Wolverines in their Big Ten opener Saturday at Camp Randall.
Wisconsin State Journal photographer Steve Apps captured all the action as the 13th-ranked Wisconsin Badgers defeated the 11th-ranked Michigan…
Get the latest analysis, injury reports and highlights as the 13th-ranked Badgers host the 11th-ranked Wolverines on Saturday at Camp Randall.
A big game Saturday against a fast and athletic Michigan defense would boost Jonathan Taylor's Heisman Trophy stock considerably.
The senior linebacker from Brown Deer, who almost gave up football in high school, has become a talented pass-rusher and team leader for UW.