Wisconsin Destroys Michigan 35-14 in Madison

By Matthew Filipovits on September 21, 2019 at 4:02 pm
Sep 21, 2019; Madison, WI, USA; Michigan Wolverines head coach Jim Harbaugh looks on during the first quarter against the Wisconsin Badgers at Camp Randall Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports
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Jonathan Taylor went for over 200 yards and a pair of scores as the Wisconsin Badgers steamrolled the Michigan Wolverines 35-14 in Madison.

The Wisconsin rushing attack as a whole ran laps around Don Brown's defense, finishing the day with 359 yards and all five Badger scores. Quarterback Jack Coan played an efficient game, completing 13 of his 16 attempts for 128 yards.

It was a poor showing for the Josh Gattis led new-look Michigan offense. The Wolverines were held to under 300 total yards and managed just 40 yards on the ground. Both Shea Patterson and Dylan McCaffrey got run at quarterback, with the latter actually leading the team in rushing with 21 yards.

It's a big blow to a Michigan team many picked to win the Big Ten and some predicted would make the Playoff. The Wolverines will look to bounce back when Rutgers visits Ann Arbor next week.

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