MADISON, Wis. Matt Canada stood in front of the firing squad Sunday night, facing questions from the media for the first time since Wisconsin's putrid 10-7 loss at Oregon State one day earlier.
Canada, Wisconsin's offensive coordinator, took sole responsibility for the offensive woes all game long.
"Nobody's any more disappointed than me," Canada said. "It's got to be much, much better. There's no reason we can ever do that again."
What Wisconsin did -- or didn't do, really -- left plenty of concern about the rest of this season.
Among the most glaring issues were:
-- Finishing 2 for 14 on third down attempts (14.2 percent). Last season, the Badgers led the country in third down conversion rate at 55 percent.
"I went back through them in my mind," Canada said. "Some of them were very manageable and I'm very disappointed that you don't get some of them. We weren't as productive on first down as we needed to be. We just had a very, very bad day."
-- Being held scoreless throug...