A quick look at the 13th-ranked Wisconsin Badgers' 49-11 victory over the Michigan Wolverines in a Big Ten showdown Saturday night at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Scott Nelson: The UW safety set the tone with an interception on Michigan’s first play from scrimmage, setting up the Badgers’ first score. Nelson also had a tackle for loss.
Jalen Berger: What a debut for the UW freshman tailback. The New Jersey native led the Badgers with 87 rushing yards and scored his first career touchdown in the fourth quarter.
Danny Davis: The senior wider receiver dropped two passes on what should have been relatively easy catches. Davis redeemed himself with 65 rushing yards and a score.
BY THE NUMBERS
105 — rushing yards for UW wide receivers.
129-1 — UW’s edge in total yardage in the first quarter.
28-0 — UW’s halftime lead, the exact same advantage the Badgers held at the break last season vs. the Wolverines.
Photos: Badgers put Wolverines away early