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Clay (32) and Ball celebrate the TD (Fedie.09)

When John Clay went down with an injury, a hush fell over Camp Randall. When Mike Taylor needed to be helped off the field, a groan fell over the crowd. Luckily for Wisconsin, true freshmen Montee Ball and Chris Borland filled the void and delivered two of the few solid things against Iowa Saturday.

MADISON – Every dark cloud has a couple of silver linings, although the storm clouds were brewing over Camp Randall Stadium Saturday. Most members of the football team were at a loss for words after the Badgers' blew a 10-point first-half lead, were held to minus-2 yards rushing yards in the second half and saw quarterback Scott Tolzien, lauded throughout the first half of the Big Ten season for...

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