• Today's 35-point victory was the largest margin of victory for the Badgers in a conference road game since a 56-17 win at Minnesota on Oct. 15, 1983.
• Wisconsin's 539 yards of total offense was its highest total against a Big Ten team since accumulating 630 yards against Michigan State on Nov. 15, 2003.
• UW scored more than 50 points for the first time in a Big Ten game since beating Michigan State 56-21 on Nov. 15, 2003. It was the Badgers' first 50+ point game in a conference road game since a 56-17 win at Minnesota on Nov. 15, 1983.
• Wisconsin's 89-yard touchdown drive in the first quarter was it's longest of the season.
• After punting on its first series of the game, UW scored touchdowns on five consecutive drives.
• Since the start of last season, UW has scored at least 30 points in a half five times (35 in first half at Indiana today, 31 in second half at Northwestern on Oct. 8, 2005, 31 in first half vs. Indiana on Oct. 1, 2005, 51 in first half vs. Temple on Sept. 10, 2005 and 35 in first half vs. Bowling Green on Sept. 3, 2005).
• Quarterback John Stocco went over the 300-yard passing mark in a game for the fourth time in his career, completing 15-of-17 passes for 304 yards and three touchdowns. • Stocco's .882 completion percentage was the best of his career and the fifth-best in UW history. It was the best for a Badger quarterback since Brooks Bollinger completed 9-of-10 passes vs. Indiana on Oct. 16, 1999. • Stocco threw three touchdown passes in the first half, the third time in his career he has completed three TD passes in a half. The other times were in the second half at Northwestern (Oct. 8, 2005) and in the first half vs. Temple (Sept. 10, 2005). Career high is four vs. NW. • P.J. Hill has scored at least one touchdown in every game this season. For the year he has nine touchdowns (eight rushing, one receiving). Today was the second time this season he scored three touchdowns in a game. • Hill rushed for 129 yards, his fourth 100-yard rushing performance of the season. • Paul Hubbard's 42-yard reception in the first quarter was the Badgers' longest pass completion of the season. That was later surpassed by Luke Swan's 58-yard reception in the second quarter. • In addition to hauling in his second career touchdown pass, Hubbard recorded career highs in receptions (six) and receiving yards (122). He became the first UW receiver to reach the 100-yard plateau this season. • Travis Beckum's 35-yard touchdown reception was the first TD of his career. UW's first five touchdown catches this season came by five different receivers. • Allen Langford recorded his first career forced fumble and fumble recovery on the same play in the second quarter. Langford has forced four turnovers (three interceptions and fumble) this season, including three in the last two games. • Lance Smith scored on a four-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, the first of his career. Smith ended the game with career highs in carries (19) and yards (65). • Mark Gorman recorded the first quarterback sack of his career in the fourth quarter.