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    Badger Bulletin 2013

    Wisconsin 45, Central Michigan 28

    Wisconsin used three touchdown passes from Jon Budmayr to build a 35-7 lead before upended Central Michigan 45-28. The Badgers even their record to 1-1 while the Chippewas are now 0-1.

    After a quick 74-yard scoring strike game CMU an early 7-0 lead, QB Jon Budmayr led a eight play drive capped by a short Monte Ball run for the score to even the game. On the next Central drive, Badger cornerback Desmond Young intercepted an option pitch and returned it 40 yards and a touchdown to give Wisconsin a lead they would never relinquish.

    Budmayr was sharp, completing 15 of 18 for 216 yards. Wideout Eric Evans caught two touchdowns, the last of which he took 50 yards for a tally in the third quarter. The Badger running game improved from last week’s paltry effort in the loss to NC State by gaining 161 yards on 31 carries. Ball accounted for 116.

    Next up for the Badgers is a trip to Seattle to face #21 Washington before getting into Big Ten play.

    Cool play- Budmayr flipped over trying to get in

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    Dodson steals the option pitch and scores

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    Eric Evans breaks a tackle and finds the end zone

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    Wisconsin 28, #18 Washington 24

    Fourteen fourth quarter points helped Wisconsin upset #21 Washington in Saturday in Seattle. The Badgers move to 2-1 heading into Big Ten play while the Huskies dropped to 1-1.

    After a Husky 49-yard pass for the score at the end of the third quarter gave Washington a 24-14 lead, the situation looked bleak for the Badgers. But two touchdowns in a six second span gave the Badgers a lead their defense would keep. The second of the two scores was a JJ Watt fumble return after DT Nick Williams jarred the ball loose from Husky quarterback Keith Price.

    Williams made another key play later in the quarter, stopping Washington running back Joe Clark short on fourth and three inside the Badger red zone.
    Badger quarterback Jon Budmayr threw 41 times and completed 22 passes for 259 yards. Budmayr was injured for a few plays at the end of the second quarter, forcing backup Charles Williams into duty. Williams completed a clutch nine yard touchdown pass to Jay Ward to give Wisconsin a 14-10 lead into halftime.

    The Wisconsin running sputtered throughout the game, gaining just 54 yards on 31 carries. Williams and Watt each had two of the Badgers’ seven sacks.
     
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    Wisconsin-Washington highlights

    Washington defender scoops a loose ball and scores

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    Soph QB Williams comes in a throws a clutch score

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    Budmayr to Evans to pull within 24-21

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    Six seconds later, the Badger D gives Wisky the lead

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    Washington is stopped on fourth down inside the 15 with a minute left

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    Wisconsin 38, Illinois 21

    With a large contingent of recruits visiting the campus, Wisconsin downed Illinois 38-21 Saturday. After Desmond Young’s second quarter pick-six gave the Badgers a 13-7 lead, the Illini were never able to get back in front. Wisky pushed their lead to 24-13 at halftime on a Budmayr to McGill touchdown pass and a Ryan Washington field goal.

    The Badgers held the lead in the second half, aided by a key coach challenge early the fourth quarter. New starter Joey Richard got to the Illini one, where an Illini defender appeared to jar the ball loose and the officials indicated a lost fumble. Coach Tuco used his challenge and had the play reversed. The next play Micheal Ball ran in for the score to put the game out of reach at 31-13.

    Budmayr was 18 of 28 for 218 yards. Richard help improve on the running game, which had been struggling of late, with 72 of the team’s 108 yards.
    Wisconsin improve to 3-2 (1-1 in the Big Ten) while Illinois shares the same record. Next up for the Badgers is a tough two game road trip, first to Columbus and the following week to South Bend.
     
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    Wisconsin 24, #8 Notre Dame 14

    One week after committing seven turnovers in a loss to Ohio State, Wisconsin did not turn the ball over once in upsetting #8 Notre Dame 24-14 in South Bend. The Badgers had a massive edge in time of possession (16:30 to 7:30), keeping the potent Irish offense off the field to notch the biggest win of Coach Tuco’s young career.

    After a Budmayr to Mitchell touchdown pass gave Wisky a 17-14 lead with five minutes left, the Badger D came up with a key three and out to force a punt. The Irish would not get the ball again until it was too late. Wisconsin used a 12-play drive and one yard touchdown run with 37 seconds left to knock off Notre Dame.

    Budmayr, once week after tossing six picks, was 19 of 25 for 173 yards. Wisconsin ran for 110 yards and limited the Irish to just 63 on the ground, 37 of which came on a Cierre Wood touchdown run.
     
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    Wisconsin 45, Northwestern 13

    The Badgers opened up a 35-7 halftime lead before emptying the bench most of the second half in crushing Northwestern 45-13. Wisconsin had over 300 total yards by the intermission and put the clamps on the Wildcat offense. Until their final drive, NW had under 100 yards of total offense. Quarterback Jon Budmayr completed 17 of 23 for 241 yards and three touchdowns. After tossing six picks in the Ohio State debacle, Budmayr has gone consecutive games without a single interception. The Badgers move to 5-3 overall and 3-2 in the Big Ten before heading into the bye week.
     
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    Notre Dame, Northwestern highlights

    ND's Cierre Wood fumbles after a big hit in the 1Q

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    Irish QB Steve James is sacked in the 2Q

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    Evan Mitchell leaps high for a Badger TD

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    Chris Young puts the game away with 38 seconds left

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    Eric Evans catches a pass off a deflection

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    Wisconsin 45, Minnesota 35

    The Badgers hung on Sunday to defeat Minnesota 45-35 to move to 6-3. Wisconsin used the big play, which had been absent most of the season, to crank out 450 yards and keep just ahead of the Gophers, who were never really stopped themselves. Wisky QB Jon Budmayr was 18 of 27 for 313 yards and five touchdowns while the ever-improving running game was led by sophomore Joey Richard with 89 yards. The 12th ranked Badgers now travel to woeful Michigan State before finishing with two ranked foes, #24 Iowa and top ranked Georgia Tech.

    In celebration of winning Paul Bunyon’s axe again, here is a great finish a memorable game in the series. In 2005, the Gophers had a three point lead and were punting with under 20 seconds left. I recall the game because I had a sizable wager on it.

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    Wisconsin 28, Michigan State 21

    Wisconsin notched its seventh win of the season in slipping by MSU in East Lansing 28-21. After the Spartans tied the game at 21, Badger QB Jon Budmayr quickly led Wisconsin down the field before scoring on a 20-yard option keeper with just 13 seconds left. Budmayr scored three times and the ground and has not thrown a pick since the catastrophe in Columbus (six picks). The Badger running game really struggled, especially in the first half. Next up- #20 Iowa and then top ranked Georgia Tech.

    Adam Maxwell catches the pass off the deflection for the MSU touchdown

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    Budmayr runs in from 20 out for the game winner

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    Wisconsin 38, Iowa 31

    Avenging last season’s loss to the Hawkeyes, Wisconsin goes into Iowa City and comes out with a 38-31 victory. The Badgers recovered from an early 10-0 deficit to win their eighth game of the year and finish Big Ten play at 6-2.

    Quaterback Jon Budmayr continued his outstanding play since the Ohio State game. The senior QB was 17 of 29 for 363 yards. His first pick in five games was returned for a score in the first quarter but after the mistake he went on to toss four touchdowns.

    With the score tied at 31, the Badgers went on a 14 play drive, capped off by Joey Richard’s three yard scoring run with just 20 seconds left to ice the contest.

    Next up for Wisconsin is top ranked Georgia Tech, another chance to exact revenge, this time for last year’s heart breaking 16-14 loss. Wisconsin officials, still upset over the roughing the passer call which enabled the Jackets’ game winning field goal to occur, are insisting on Big Ten officials for the game.
     
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    Wisconsin 24, Auburn 21

    The first bowl win of the Coach Tuco era was delivered in the Outback Bowl as the Wisconsin Badgers nipped Auburn 24-21. Badger QB Jon Budmayr capped off his record year by connecting with Eric Evans with just 1:10 remaining to give Wisky a late lead and ultimately their ninth win of the year.

    Wisconsin (9-4) dominated statistically, gaining 451 yards of offense and never punting. Only three lost fumbles, two of which were lost inside the Tiger ten yard line, helped keep Auburn close. One of the fumbles was returned 88 yards for a score to give the Tigers a fourth quarter lead. It was the seventh defensive touchdown given up by Wisconsin this season.

    Budmayr’s swan song as Wisconsin QB was perhaps his best performance of the year, completing 18 of 20 passes for 304 yards and two scores.

    Wisconsin surrenders their seventh defensive TD of the year

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    Budmayr to Evans for the lead

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    Clay Newby clinches the victory with a sack on fourth down (and maybe breaks the QB's femur)

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