Quarterback John Stocco and tailback Anthony Davis led Wisconsin's offensive performance in a 24-13 win over Ohio State Saturday. Monday, they shared the team's offensive player of the week honor.
In the sixth start of his career, Stocco posted career highs for completions (15) and completion percentage (62.5) and tied a career high with two touchdown tosses. He completed passes to seven different receivers for 160 yards.
Davis ran a career-high 39 times for 168 yards and a touchdown and also caught a pass for two yards.
Davis, Stocco co-offensive honorees
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