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Quick hits from Wisconsin Badgers' win over Miami Hurricanes in Pinstripe Bowl
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Quick hits from Wisconsin Badgers' win over Miami Hurricanes in Pinstripe Bowl

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Pinstripe Bowl

Wisconsin wide receiver Kendric Pryor runs away from Miami defensive back Jhavonte Dean for a touchdown during the first half of the Badgers' 35-3 win over the Hurricanes in the Pinstripe Bowl on Thursday, Dec. 27, 2018, at Yankee Stadium in New York. 

GAME BALL

Jonathan Taylor: That’s five 200-yard performances in 13 games this season for Taylor, who seemingly continues to surpass records every time he takes the field. He finished with 205 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries against Miami.

THUMBS UP

Takeaways: The Badgers produced five takeaways Thursday after recording just 20 in their first 12 games. Those turnovers led to 21 points for UW.

THUMBS DOWN

Miami quarterbacks: Malik Rosier has struggled through a difficult season, and things didn’t get any better Thursday. He completed 5-of-12 passes for 46 yards and three interceptions before being pulled in the third quarter. Freshman N’Kosi Perry didn’t fare any better, completing 1-of-5 passes for 2 yards and an interception.

BY THE NUMBERS

12 — 100-yard games for Taylor this season, tying Melvin Gordon (2014) for the most by a Badgers player in a single season.

10 — career interceptions for UW inside linebacker T.J. Edwards, more than any linebacker in program history.

32 — point margin of victory for the Badgers on Thursday, their largest over a Power Five team away from home since a 37-0 win at Rutgers on Nov. 1, 2014.

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"Our football team's performance tonight — and at other times this season — is simply unacceptable to all of us who love The U," Blake James wrote on Twitter. "I am committed to getting UM football back to national prominence and that process is underway. We will compete for ACC and national championships and I know that Coach Richt is alongside me in that commitment to excellence."

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