Wisconsin Cruises to Easy Victory

Wisconsin received rushing touchdowns from P.J. Hill, Zach Brown and two from Lance Smith while the defense limited Indiana to just 258 total yards, winning 33-3.

After a week off from Big Ten play, Wisconsin dominates Indiana 33-3 to move to 7-2 and 3-2 on the year.

Full Coverage from Badger Nation to follow ...

First Half

First Quarter

3-0 UW

9 plays, 40 yards, 3:54 TOP, 11:00 Remaining

FG Mehlhaff 41

Key Play: Wisconsin looked poised to score six on its opening drive, but Tyler Donovan overthrew a wide-open Travis Beckum on third down inside the Indiana 30.

10-0 UW

11 plays, 52 yards, 6:12 TOP, 3:42 Remaining

P.J. Hill 1 yard run (Mehlhaff kick)

Key Play: After being denied on three straight running plays inside the 10-yard line, Wisconsin went for paydirt on fourth-and-goal from the one and succeeded.

Second Quarter

17-0 UW

3 plays, 41 yards, :32 TOP, 14:09 Remaining

Zach Brown 6 yard run (Mehlhaff kick)

Key Play: After back-to-back 17+ yard pass plays, Zach Brown bounced an inside run outside, taking it six yards into the end zone for his first career touchdown.

17-3 UW

6 plays, 33 yards, 1:59 TOP, :51 Remaining

FG Austin Starr 49

Key Play: The Badgers looked poised to extend their lead to 24-0, but Donovan failed to see cornerback Tracy Porter and the Hoosier picked off TD.

Second Half

Third Quarter

24-3 UW

8 plays, 78 yards, 2:56 TOP, 0:00 Remaining

Lance Smith 6 yard run (Mehlhaff kick)

Key Play: With Wisconsin starting its drive from its own 22, Donovan hit a wide-open Paul Hubbard for a 30-yard gain to jumpstart the scoring drive.

Fourth Quarter

27-3 UW

4 plays, 1 yards, 1:31 TOP, 7:14 Remaining

FG Mehlhaff 31

Key Play: David Gilreath returned a low kick 28 yards down to the Indiana 18, giving Wisconsin excellent field position.

33-3 UW

6 plays, 67 yards, 2:52 TOP, 2:07 Remaining

Smith 19 yard run (kick failed)

Key Play: Lance Smith scored his second rushing touchdown of the game when the sophomore bounced outside and used his speed to out run the defense.

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