Wisconsin Stuns Northwestern in Dominating Upset Win
The Wisconsin Badgers came into their game against Northwestern as the underdogs, but they made sure to make a statement in their dominating 35-6 upset win.
It was a dominating performance by the Badgers, both offensively and defensively. They were blowing by Northwestern on the ground, running for 286 yards and two touchdowns while averaging 5.6 yards per carry.
Melvin Gordon and James White led the rushing attack, as they usually do. The two each ran for over 100 yards, and combined for 307 total yards along with two touchdowns.
Joel Stave put up some nice numbers through the air. He threw for 241 yards and three touchdowns, although he did also have two interceptions.
The defense for the Badgers was dominant all day, allowing just six points on two field goals. They also allowed just 242 total yards, with only 45 coming on the ground. The Wildcats only averaged 1.8 yards per carry on the day.
The Badgers are looked to get back into the top-25 with the win, as they should. Meanwhile, the Wildcats will likely be making their way out of the rankings.
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