Nebraska head coach Scott Frost continued in the vein of almost sounding recharged at this late juncture of the season. That's all well and good. But the bottom line was a seventh straight loss to the standard-bearing program in the Big Ten West Division.
There were many moments over the course of a 37-21 Wisconsin win that Scott Frost’s team rightfully felt like it was in the game. Perhaps even in control. What followed each of those moments, though, were the kind of mistakes teams simply can’t make in this league.
Jonathan Taylor put together another eye-popping performance against the Cornhuskers, finishing with 204 yards and two touchdowns as the Badgers held on for a 37-21 win Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
Wisconsin's junior tailback ascended further into the pantheon of elite college running backs during the Badgers’ 37-21 win over Nebraska at Memorial Stadium.
The sophomore said he told his teammates on the kick-return unit to “be ready to run” Saturday in Nebraska, and he was glad he could back up his words with a return for a touchdown in the first quarter of Badgers' 37-21 win over the Cornhuskers.
State Journal columnist Tom Oates grades the 15th-ranked Wisconsin Badgers' performance in their 37-21 win over the Nebraska Cornhuskers on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
A quick look at the 15th-ranked Wisconsin Badgers' 37-21 win over the Nebraska Cornhuskers in a Big Ten West battle Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
DAVIS, California — Ulonzo Gilliam Jr. had been gashing Montana State on the ground. So UC Davis went to him on a fourth down in its own territory.
BOISE — Jaylon Henderson quickly eased the nerves of Boise State fans inside Albertsons Stadium and those watching elsewhere on TV.
Scott Frost has agreed to a two-year contract extension, Nebraska announced Saturday morning before the Huskers hosted Wisconsin.
Bill Moos stood on the sideline as Nebraska and Wisconsin warmed up before Saturday's game, and spoke about why his football coach was given a contract extension the same morning the Badgers took the field as 13-point favorites in Memorial Stadium.
Montana State effectively secured its place in the FCS playoffs as the Bobcats (8-3, 5-2 Big Sky) won 27-17 at UC Davis (5-6, 3-4) on Saturday at UC Davis Health Stadium.