It was a 203-yard, two-touchdown day for Jonathan Taylor, who got both scores and 143 yards in the first quarter alone as the Wisconsin Badgers routed the Michigan Wolverines 35-14 on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.
Jack Coan scored twice on the ground as well in the first half, and Wisconsin's defense added four turnovers forced to help the Badgers to a big win.
Wisconsin gave up its first points of the season in the third quarter to Michigan, ending a shutout streak that dated to their Pinstripe Bowl win over Miami.
The Badgers are 3-0, 1-0 in the Big Ten, and play Northwestern next Saturday.
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