Wisconsin Runs Over Purdue 62-17 (Rapid Reaction)

 

 

 

 

 

 

The #20 Wisconsin Badgers returned to their winning ways with a 62-17 shellacking of the Purdue Boilermakers. Running Back Montee Ball led an offense that racked up 605 total yards, including 364 via the ground.

Wisconsin (7-2, 3-2) has won fifteen straight home games and scored at least 30 points in it’s last 11 at Camp Randall.

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Wisconsin Badgers Press Box Shakes During Jump Around (Video)

So this is what an earthquake feels like? Pretty cool to see school spirit like this. Watch the press box shake, and the television move back and forth while the Wisconsin Badgers fans do the “Jump Around.”

Big Ten fans rule don’t they? This is one of college football’s finest traditions.

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Wisconsin Football Spring Game: Your Essential Guide


All eyes will be on redshirt sophomore QB Jon Budmayr in 2011 as he attempts to take over for Scott Tolzien. Tolzien wasn’t the flashiest of quarterbacks, but he was one of the most efficient signal-callers in the country last season.

Considered by many to have an even stronger arm, Budmayr has quite the task ahead of him when replacing Tolzien who led last year’s squad to a Rose Bowl and rarely made mistakes on the football field.

Budmayr gets his first chance on Saturday when the first-team offense (Cardinal) takes on the first-team defense (White) in the Wisconsin Badgers Annual Spring Football Game that kicks off at 1:00 PM.

By: Nick Grays

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Badgers Three-Headed Monster of Ball, Clay and White

Four Reasons Why The Badgers Didn’t Run Up the Score


This Saturday, the Indiana football program literally became the doormat for the Big Ten Conference when the Wisconsin Badgers defeated them 83-20 at Camp Randall Stadium. The Hoosiers are now 4-6 and have yet to win a conference game in six tries.

Forget about the Hoosiers though, the big story is how #7 Wisconsin tied the mark for the most points in a Big Ten Conference game ever. The 83 points is also the most points scored in school history since 1915.

At first glance, the 45 points in the second half may look like the Badgers ran up the score, but here are four reasons why the 83 points were appropriate and warranted.

By: Nick Grays

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Badgers’ Coach Bret Bielema Finally Notches The Big One

The fourth time is a charm as the Wisconsin Badgers and Head Coach Bret Bielema stunned the nation by knocking off the #1 ranked Ohio State Buckeyes by the score of 31-18 in front of an electric atmosphere at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, WI.

The Badgers were well prepared for the Buckeyes and dominated from the ensuing kick-off which saw David Gilreath run 97 yards for a touchdown and quick 7-0 lead.

Many critics believed Bielema was unable to take the Badgers to the next level because of his track-record in big games versus Big Ten opponents (5-8 vs. ranked Big Ten Teams and 0-3 vs. Ohio State). They can now look elsewhere because Bielema coached his Badgers to one of the biggest wins in school history.

By: Nick Grays

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