Wisconsin/Penn State postgame notes

Random data from the Badgers' 16-3 win over the Nittany Lions

Wisconsin has held each of its four opponents this season to 7 points or less. The last time a Badger team accomplished that feat was the last four games of the 1951 season (Indiana, 6-0, Nov. 3; Pennsylvania, 16-7, Nov. 10; Iowa, 34-7, Nov. 17; Minnesota, 30-6, Nov. 24)

The 19 points allowed by the Badgers so far this season is the fewest number of points allowed by a Badger team over a four-game stretch since it allowed 14 over a span during the 1951 season (Purdue, 31-7, Oct. 20; Northwestern, 41-0, Oct. 27; Indiana, 6-0, Nov. 3; Pennsylvania, 16-7, Nov. 10)

The 13 points surrendered by Wisconsin over the past three games is its fewest allowed over a three-game span since it allowed 10 over a stretch during the 1998 season (Illinois, 37-3, Oct. 17; Iowa, 31-0, Oct. 24; Minnesota, 26-7, Nov. 7)

The 3 points scored by Penn State Saturday are the fewest allowed by a Badger team in a Big Ten game since UW shutout Indiana 59-0 on Oct. 16, 1999

Matt Bernstein's 27 carries and 123 rushing yards are both career highs. He set his previous high of six carries earlier this season against UCF (Sept. 4, 2004). His previous yardage high was 29 at Illinois on Sept. 27, 2003. Bernstein's previous season-best rushing total of 120 yards was set last season

Matt Bernstein's 17-yard run in the third quarter marked the longest run of his career. His previous career long was a 14-yard gain against Fresno State on Aug. 23, 2002. Bernstein also had a 16-yard gain today

Saturday's attendance of 82,179 is the largest in Camp Randall Stadium history. The previous high of 82,116 was set during this year's season-opener against Central Florida. Wisconsin has now drawn more than 70,000 fans to 72 consecutive home games.

Wisconsin is 4-0 for the first time since starting the 2002 campaign 5-0.

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