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Notes: Pedersen Balances the Offense

Jacob Pedersen caught 4 passes for 77 (Fleming/12)

After being stymied in the passing game the previous four weeks, junior tight end Jacob Pedersen led Wisconsin in receiving yards in its win over Purdue.

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - In terms of a confidence boost, Wisconsin's 38-14 victory over Purdue was just the confidence boost junior tight end Jacob Pedersen needed. Combining for only three catches in the last four games, Pedersen, much like the rest of Wisconsin's offense, returned to form with a team-best 77 receiving yards and recording his first touchdown catch since week two in the first...

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