A 203-yard, two-touchdown effort from Jonathan Taylor led the Wisconsin Badgers past the Michigan Wolverines 35-14 on Saturday.
Taylor scored the first two touchdowns of the game before sitting out the second quarter with leg cramps. He ran for 143 yards and the two scores in the first quarter alone.
It was part of a 359-yard effort by the Badgers' offense on the ground.
In addition to Taylor's pair of rushing touchdowns, quarterback Jack Coan scored twice and fullback John Chenal scored in the third quarter. Taylor now has 10 total touchdowns on the season.
Here are Taylor's highlights and post-game comments.
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