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    Same suspects for the Badgers as they roll 48-28

    Updated: November 21st, 2010
  • CollegeFootballBreakdown.com

    Ann Arbor-The Wisconsin Badgers have become so consistently solid that writing about their games is somewhat boring. This boring team is closing in on being the Big Ten Champs.

    The Badger offensive line verse the defensive line of Michigan was a mismatch on paper as no one is surprised that Wisconsin had its way with the Wolverine defense.
    Tale of the Tape:
    QB Scott Tolzien 14/15 201 yds
    RB Ball 29 rushed 173 yards 4 tds
    RB White 23 rushes 181 yards 2 tds

    The only hope for the Wolverines to stay in this one was their offense led by Deonard Robinson who on this day set a record for most rushing yards by a QB in a season. Unfortunately for the Wolverines, most of those yards came after the game had been decided. After being shut out in the first half, Michigan got the crowd doing by scoring two touchdowns to start the third quarter which left the Wolverines down by 10 points. From them on, the Badgers reestablished the ground attack and just took the crowd out of the game by controlling the line of scrimmage. The Badgers threw the ball only one time in the second half. That’s how dominating the offensive line was in Ann Arbor.

    Big Ten Analyst-John Jacobson

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