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Jonathan Taylor - UW vs. Michigan

Despite playing limited minutes, Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor ran for 203 yards and two touchdowns Saturday in the Badgers' 35-14 win over the Michigan Wolverines at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison. 

A quick look at the 13th-ranked Wisconsin Badgers' 35-14 win over the 11th-ranked Michigan Wolverines in their Big Ten Conference opener Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.

GAME BALL

Paul Chryst: The UW coach was aggressive in his decision-making from the start, something that his players said set the tone for the game.

THUMBS UP

Jonathan Taylor: The UW junior tailback didn’t play in the second quarter (cramps) and barely played in the fourth quarter because the game was out of reach, yet he still rushed for 203 yards and two touchdowns.

THUMBS DOWN

Shea Patterson: The Michigan quarterback finished with a respectable line – 14 of 32 for 219 yards with two touchdowns and an interception – but he played poorly when the game was still in reach and did most of his damage in garbage time.

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BY THE NUMBERS

0  points allowed by UW this season until Michigan scored a touchdown late in the third quarter. It was the first points the Badgers had allowed since the first quarter of the Pinstripe Bowl against Miami (Fla.), a streak of 209 minutes, 22 seconds.

9  career games with at least 200 yards for Taylor, who became the first player in program history to reach that total against Michigan.

138-0 — UW’s scoring margin in its first 10 quarters this season.

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