Sunday, September 30, 2012

Badgers Roundtable: Nebraska (


Benjamin Worgull, Badger Nation - The first 30 minutes was perfect. Just like last season when these two teams played, Wisconsin smacked Nebraska in the most early with a balanced offense and opportunistic defense. Gaining 205 yards on 38 plays are solid numbers and the running game looked crisp with Montee Ball scoring two first-half touchdowns. The defense recovered an early fumble that turned into points and came up with some big stops, including one in its red zone after an 83-yard kickoff return. Taylor Martinez was skipping stones and the Badgers had all the momentum … what could possibly go wrong?

Nick Grays, The Sports Bank - I couldn’t agree more with Ben on the first half. I thought the offensive line looked great as they were creating a push and providing adequate protection when Joel Stave threw downfield. Not sure what changed, but the offensive line reverted back to the way they played in the first four games in the second half. This team will go as far as the offensive line takes them.

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