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4-2, 3rd in Big Ten - West

Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer 

Wisconsin quarterback Joel Stave threw the ball 50 times in a wild 23-21 victory against Nebraska today. It marked only the fourth time a QB has thrown that many times in one game in the history of the program. It's also the first time Wisconsin has won a game when passing more than running since the 2007 Capital One Bowl against Arkansas.

Wisconsin kicker redeems himself on late field goal (1:07)
Badgers clinch win with four seconds to play (2:01)

Late field goal lifts Wisconsin

Moments after he smacked a field goal off the upright, Rafael Gaglianone drilled a 46-yarder to give the Badgers a 23-21 win over the Cornhuskers

Paul Chryst: Kicker Rafael Gaglianone came through for his teammates (1:44)

Wisconsin kicker misses go-ahead FG

Badgers kicker Rafael Gaglianone missed this 39-yard FG to give his team the lead. Wisconsin got the ball back with 1 minute left in the game on their own 30-yard line and have a chance to win the game on ESPN2.


Fullback's long run puts Huskers ahead

On 3rd and 2, Nebraska was looking for a first down when it handed it off to its fullback. Instead, the Cornhuskers got a 55-yard score from Andy Janovich and the lead over the Badgers 21-20 in the fourth on ABC/ESPN2.


Badgers retake lead in Lincoln

Freshman Alec Ingold rushed for his first career TD as Wisconsin is back on top of Nebraska 17-14 on ABC/ESPN2.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Badgers convert a key third down to Jazz Peavy, and Alec Ingold bowls into the end zone from 1 yard out to put Wisconsin back on top of Nebraska, 17-14, with 10:08 to play at Memorial Stadium.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Headed to the fourth quarter at Memorial Stadium, Nebraska will have the wind and a 14-10 lead over Wisconsin. Four of the Huskers' five games have come down to the final seconds. Reason exists to believe this will, too.

Mike Riley halftime interview (0:32)

Huskers score on 41-yard TD pass

Nebraska took a 14-7 lead just before half vs. Wisconsin thanks to this 41-yard rainbow from Tommy Armstrong Jr. to Alonzo Moore.

Paul Chryst halftime interview (0:41)

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Nebraska's touchdown was just the second allowed by Wisconsin since the opener against Alabama and the lengthiest scoring drive at 6:56 the Badgers have surrendered this year.


Nebraska pulls even with Wisconsin

Tommy Armstrong Jr. raced to the outside for a 7-yard TD to the score 7-7 in Lincoln.

Team Stats

Passing Yards239.255th
Rushing Yards164.377th
Points For26.0Tied-155th
Points Against11.55th

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