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Successful Starting Debut

Successful Starting Debut

With 63 yards on 20 carries in his first game as a starter, freshman Zach Brown did more than three teams did against the Buckeyes - run the football.

COLUMBUS - Putting a freshman running back into one of the more hostile environments in the Big Ten seldom works out favorably for the offense involved. With P.J. Hill out with a foot injury and Lance Smith unable to travel, the Badgers handed the ball to true freshman Zach Brown and gave him the task of running through one of the toughest rushing defenses in the nation; a front seven giving up...

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