UW's four shutouts are the most in the modern era of the program. The Badgers (6-0, 3-0 Big Ten) haven’t had this many shutouts in a season since they recorded five shutouts in 1930.
A quick look at the 8th-ranked Wisconsin Badgers' 38-0 win over the Michigan State Spartans on Saturday afternoon at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.
Despite the Spartans keeping Jonathan Taylor in check, No. 8 Wisconsin maintained control throughout and came away with a 38-0 victory at Camp Randall Stadium. That’s UW’s fourth shutout of the season, the most it’s had since 1930.
State Journal columnist Tom Oates grades the No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers' play in their 38-0 win over the Michigan State Spartans on Saturday at Camp Randall.
Get the latest analysis, injury reports and highlights as the No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers host the Michigan State Spartans on Saturday at Camp Randall.
Starting with Saturday's game vs. Michigan State, UW will face elite defenses in three of its next four games.
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Leonhard feels he can make his biggest impact as a play-caller and a coach by being on the field during games.
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The eighth-ranked Badgers boast the Football Bowl Subdivision’s second-best third-down conversion rate allowed at 15.9 percent (11 of 69).
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From making moves on opposing quarterbacks to making moves on the depth chart and in the NFL, there are plenty of movement involved in today’s Hawkeye 10@10.
UW’s top quartet of receivers — Quintez Cephus, Danny Davis, Kendric Pryor and A.J. Taylor — have accounted for just 13 catches and 153 yards over the past two weeks.
ILB Leo Chenal (head), S Madison Cone (left leg) and FB Mason Stokke (head) are on the injury report.
"In the past, we’ve been more traditionally run (on first down). So it’s going to make defenses play honest,” UW running back Jonathan Taylor said.
Whether it's sacks, tackles for loss, takeaways, meager yardage totals or shutouts, Wisconsin's defense has had a five-game run for the ages under coordinator Jim Leonhard.
Jonathan Taylor had a career-high five touchdowns, with four of them coming before halftime, as the 8th-ranked University of Wisconsin football team shut out the Kent State Golden Flashes, 48-0, on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.
Even with one less lineman on the field, UW’s front six answered the call and shut down Kent State’s run game in a 48-0 romp that marked the Badgers’ final non-conference game of the regular season.
“It’s just unbelievable. I think it’s just pretty cool how I get to play with him,” junior quarterback Jack Coan said after UW's 48-0 win over Kent State. “I’m probably going to tell my kids one day how I got to play with ‘J.T.’ It’s pretty special.”
When Badgers coach Paul Chryst put freshman quarterback Graham Mertz in with six minutes remaining in the third quarter of UW's blowout of Kent State, the heralded recruit proved to be ready for the chance.
Wisconsin State Journal columnist Tom Oates grades the No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers' play in their 48-0 win over the Kent State Golden Flashes on Saturday at Camp Randall.
A quick look at the 8th-ranked Wisconsin Badgers' 48-0 win over the Kent State Golden Flashes on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.
Get the latest analysis, injury reports and highlights as the No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers host the Kent State Golden Flashes on Saturday at Camp Randall.
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