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Running Wild, Passing Confined

Running Wild, Passing Confined

After missing two of their last three games, sophomore P.J. Hill became the first Badger since 2005 to rush for 100 yards or more in the bowl game, helping take some of the pressure off the passing game.

After Wisconsin's quarterback got mauled in the first half, the running game needed to carry the Badger offense past the seven-point first half deficit against Tennessee in the Outback Bowl. During the first half, quarterback Tyler Donovan was repeatedly getting hit while the coaching staff called mostly passing plays. At the same time, the running game produced nearly every time it was called...

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