Found September 15, 2012 on College Football Section:

Down 14-3 in the third quarter, Wisconsin’s Kenzel Doe returns a Utah State punt 82 yards for a much needed Touchdown.

Wisconsin would score again in the 3rd quarter on a 17 yard Touchdown run by Montee Ball. However, the Badgers would miss the extra point leaving Wisconsin with only a two point lead. The Aggies would end the game attempting a 37 yard field goal with 11 seconds left in the game that missed just to the right. Wisconsin held on to win 14-16 over the Utah State.


Badgers fans, don't forget your heart meds

Wisconsin is making a habit this season of playing close games and creating high blood pressure for Badgers fans everywhere. None of Wisconsin's first three games have been decided by more than five points. That trend continued on Saturday, when Wisconsin escaped with a 16-14 victory against Utah State. It took a missed field goal by the Aggies with six seconds remaining for...

Badgers have work to do after sloppy win

Whew. Wisconsin escaped with a 16-14 victory against Utah State at Camp Randall Stadium on Saturday night. The Badgers fought back from a 14-3 halftime deficit to win their 17th straight home game and improve to 2-1 this season, but plenty of alarming issues emerged along the way. Handing out grades for the Badgers' third game of the season: Passing offense: D Consider this...

Narrow win leaves Badgers unsettled at QB

MADISON, Wis. Surely, the last thing Wisconsin football coach Bret Bielema wanted this week was to field more questions about his team's offensive ineptitude.But another lackluster performance on Saturday night may have created the biggest question he'll face during an already tumultuous early season: Who is the team's starting quarterback?Wisconsin escaped Utah State...

Ball Sees Improvement Up Front

It may not have always been evident, but Wisconsin running back Montee Ball saw a big change in the play of the offensive line under newly appointed interim coach Bart Miller. “Huge difference, I’m not saying anything against [Mike] Markuson, hopefully he finds a place for himself, but I believe there was a huge difference,” Ball said. “We weren’t expecting...

Despite Early Issues, Badgers O-Line Finding Their Identity

While it didn't start out pretty and was far from perfect, at least the Badgers offensive line began to look a little more like what we've come to expect in last night's 16-14 victory over Utah State. "I think we definitely took a step in the right direction," said right tackle Rob Havenstein. "We played physical. We had a pretty good week of practice...

Doe Sparks Comeback in 16-14 Win over Utah State

MADISON- The Wisconsin Badgers may have not got what they wanted, but they did get what they needed- a win. Bucky made sure to take it to the edge once again at Camp Randall before ultimately pulling it out late. Utah State’s Josh Thompson missed a 37-yard field goal wide right with seconds remaining in the game as Wisconsin escaped with a 16-14 win Saturday night. The...

Don’t panic yet, the Wisconsin Badgers hold off Utah State

It took a surprising punt return, switch at quarterback and a wide-right missed field goal for the Wisconsin Badgers to hold off the Utah State Aggies by the score of 16-14. Punt returner Kenzel Doe was the hero of the night as his 82-yard punt return for a touchdown changed the momentum and ultimately led to the Badgers (2-1) victory over the Aggies (2-1) in front of 79,332 people...

Brown commits to Wisconsin for 2013

The University of Wisconsin men's basketball team has added its fourth commitment to the Class of 2013. Vitto Brown, a 6-foot-8 forward from Bowling Green, Ohio, orally committed to the Badgers on Friday, one day after UW coach Bo Ryan and assistant coach Lamont Paris visited Brown.Von Graffin, Vitto's coach at Bowling Green High School and a native of Stoughton, Wis., described...

Small Step in the Right Direction

Camp Randall Stadium was devoid of energy, especially with Wisconsin's offense again in a funk and trailing by 11 midway through the third quarter. With Kenzel Doe's 82-yard punt return for a touchdown, the Badgers found the needed spark, scoring 13 unanswered to beat Utah State, 16-14.

Wisconsin 16, Utah St. 14

Utah State's Josh Thompson missed a 37-yard field goal with seconds remaining, allowing Wisconsin to hold on for a 16-14 victory Saturday night. Thompson missed the kick wide right, preserving a win for the Badgers (2-1). Trailing 14-3 at halftime, the Badgers got an 82-yard punt return from Kenzel Doe to begin their comeback. Montee Ball shook off a rough night to score the...
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