BYU vs. Wisconsin: 10 Things We Learned in Badgers' Win

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BYU vs. Wisconsin: 10 Things We Learned in Badgers' Win
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In a game that was dominated in the trenches by Wisconsin, the Badgers took care of business at Camp Randall Stadium and protected home field, defeating BYU 27-17.

Wisconsin (7-2, 4-1) was paced by running back James White, who scored all three of the Badgers' touchdowns on the afternoon. It was the second consecutive week that the senior tailback breached the century mark on the ground as he totaled 149 rushing yards.

The return of Chris Borland inspired the Wisconsin defense—BYU's uptempo offense could never quite get settled until the waning moments, and the Badgers front seven kept dual-threat quarterback Taysom Hill in check. The sophomore quarterback failed to complete 50 percent of his passes and only managed 53 rushing yards, many of which came in garbage time.

With the loss, the Cougars (6-3) are eliminated from BCS contention while the Badgers still have an outside chance at climbing into the Top 14 of the BCS standings. Let's find out the 10 things we learned from the Badgers' victory over BYU.

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