Wisconsin looking rosey after big win

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Wisconsin's Big House blues are over.

The Badgers recorded their first win at Michigan Stadium since 1994 and did so in impressive fashion, beating Michigan 48-28. Wisconsin received tremendous play from its running backs, quarterback Scott Tolzien, defensive end J.J. Watt and others. The Badgers stopped a five-game losing streak in Ann Arbor and survived a mini scare early in the second half.

Michigan's defensive woes continues and Denard Robinson couldn't make enough plays in the second half to mount what would have been a historic rally. Robinson became the all-time leader in single-season quarterback rushing, but he struggled in the first half.

Much more to come from the Big House, so stay tuned.