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Friday, June 25, 2021

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Jonathan Taylor will be Wisconsin's most potent weapon against the Michigan defense.
FOOTBALL

Wisconsin comes back to beat Purdue in 47-44 triple-OT thriller

“He’s got something special,” head coach Paul Chryst said of Jonathan Taylor. After getting eliminated from Big Ten West contention following their 22-10 loss to Penn State a week ago, the Wisconsin Badgers (5-3 Big Ten, 7-4 overall) somehow clawed their way back from a late 14-point deficit to beat the Purdue Boilermakers (4-4, 5-6) 47-44 in triple overtime on the back of Jonathan Taylor’s 321 yards and three touchdowns.


Right tackle David Edwards (79) played the worst game of his career in pass protection, allowing seven pressures in 27 snaps.
FOOTBALL

Poor performance from O-line, quarterback overshadow team effort in loss to Penn State

As any good coach will tell you, football is a team game. That means it’s a weakest link game, where poor performance from one play or positional group can cancel out all the good done by the rest. That’s exactly what happened Saturday in State College, as an uncharacteristically bad game by the offensive line and sophomore quarterback Jack Coan’s struggles produced a passing offense that gave Wisconsin no shot in what turned out to be a winnable game against Penn State.


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After stops in Pittsburgh, Chryst and Granato keep friendship back in Madison

In December 2011, Tony Granato received a phone call. An old friend from college had gotten a new job and was moving into town, and Granato was supposed to help him find a place to live. It was a normal story, except for a few details; Granato was an assistant coach for the NHL’s Pittsburgh Penguins and his old friend was Paul Chryst, who had just been named the newest head football coach at Pittsburgh.


Aggressive approach against Nebraska allowed Jack Coan to beat the Cornhuskers through the air. 
FOOTBALL

Without a spark, Wisconsin's offense fails to get off the ground against Northwestern

Evanston, ILL — Spirits were high on the Wisconsin sideline after an Evan Bondoc interception set up an Alec Ingold 4-yard touchdown with eight minutes and four seconds left to play in the first quarter to give Wisconsin (3-2 Big Ten, 5-3 overall) a 7-0 lead. For the next three and a half quarters, Wisconsin’s offense treated fans to a sloppy, lethargic, and uninspired display of offense as they fell 31-17 to Northwestern (5-1, 5-3).




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