Daryl Stonum took the kickoff to the U-M 43, but holding took it back to the U-M 28.
Denard Robinson overthrew J.R. Hemingway, then hit Stonum for 9, then VIncent Smith ran to the U-M 41.
On the next play Denard ran it to the Wis 47.
Denard ran it 5, then Stephen Hopkins ran 4, then was stopped for a -1 TFL, then on 4th down Denard hit Kelvin Grady at the Wis 28.
Denard ran it 3, then hit Stonum for the TD at the 11:03 mark (Brendan Gibbons kicked the PAT).
Wisconsin 24, Michigan 7
WIs took the kickoff to the Wis 27.
WIs ran 4, then Tolzien scrambled 2, then Wis hit a pass and fumbled, Jonas Mouton recovered at the Wis 38 at the 9:45 mark.
On the first play Denard hit Stonum at the Wis 4.
On the next play Denard ran it in at the 9:23 mark.
Wisconsin 24, Michigan 14
WIs took the kickoff to the Wis 31.
Tolzien scrambled 4, then ran it to the Wis 41.
Wis ran 4, then to the U-M 41.
Wis ran 2, then to the U-M 27.
Wis ran 4, then in for the TD at the 5:31 mark.
Wisconsin 31, Michigan 14
Daryl Stonum took the kickoff to the U-M 44.
Denard hit Roundtree for 3, then Denard ran it 4, then Smith ran it to the Wis 47.
Denard hit Stonum at the Wis 15
Smith ran 5, then Denard ran it in at the 3:12 mark.
Wisconsin 31, Michigan 21
Wisconsin recovered an onside kick at the U-M 45.
Wis ran 1, then to the U-M 26.
Wis ran 2, then 2 more, then on 3rd and 6 Wis ran it to the U-M 8.
Wis ran 5.
(Wis #2 cont). On 2nd down from the U-M 3, Wis ran it in at the 14:58 mark.
Wisconsin 38, Michigan 21
Daryl Stonum took the kickoff to the U-M 28.
On the 1st play Denard hit Roundtree at the U-M 44.
Smith ran 4, then to the Wis 44.
Denard hit Martell Webb for 9, then Grady for -1, then Denard ran to the Wis 33.
Roundtree dropped one, then a deflected pass was intercepted and run back to the U-M 40 at the 12:17 mark.
Wis ran 8, then to the U-M 30.
Wis ran 1, then 3, then 2 ... on 4th and 4 form the U-M 24 Wis kicked a 41 yard field goal at the 9:04 mark.
Wisconsin 41, Michigan 21
Daryl Stonum took the kickoff to the U-M 17 (Stonum down, leg).
Denard ran 2, then 2 more, then hit Roundtree at the U-M 46.
Denard had a -3 TFL, then Denard ran it 12, then to the Wis 44.
On the next play Denard hit Roundtree at the Wis 20.
Denard fumbled but recovered at the U-M 28, then hit Roundtree for the score at the 6:07 mark.
Wisconsin 41, Michigan 28
Wis recovered the onside kick at the U-M 40.
Wis ran to the U-M 31, then to the U-M 27.
Wis ran 2, then to the U-M 18.
(24 straight runs)
U-M had a -4 TFL, then to the 5.
Wis ran 2, then for a -1 TFL, then on 3rd and 4 ran it for the TD at the 2:41 mark.
Wisconsin 48, Michigan 28
Mark Moundros took the kickoff to the U-M 43.
(Tate Forcier in) Forcier hit Jeremy Jackson to the Wis 46.
A holding call took it to the Wis 36.
Tate hit Grady to the Wis 25 (VIncent Smith got hit in the head and went down)
Tate threw 2 incompletions and then fumbled/recovered it, then on 4th and 16 Tate hit Jackson just short of the first down at the 1:03 mark.
That's all she wrote.
Michigan gained 421 yards, 1168 rushing, 253 passing and an int; they also had a fumble.
Wisconsin gained 560 yards, 359 rushing, 201 passing; they have a fumble and an int.
Denard had 22 carries for 122 yards; he was 16-25 passing for 239 yards, 2 TDs and an int on a tipped ball.
Monte Ball had 30 carries for 191 yards and 4 TDs; James White had 22 carries for 162 yards and 2 TDs.
Wis 48, U-M 28. 2nd half Drives, Stats
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