See all of the biggest plays from Wisconsin's 24-15 win over Northwestern on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium!
Wisconsin is 46-12 (.793) since the start of the 2015 season. Only Alabama (59-4, .937), Clemson (59-4, .937), Ohio State (52-6, .897) and Oklahoma (49-8, .860) own higher winning percentages than Wisconsin over those 5 seasons.
Junior RB Jonathan Taylor rushed for 119 yards on 26 carries with 1 touchdown. He entered the game with an FBS-leading 10 touchdowns on the season. Taylor also caught 3 passes for 15 yards.
Sophomore DE Matt Henningsen scored his second fumble recovery touchdown of the season, falling on a fumble caused by Eric Burrell’s sack of Northwestern QB Hunter Johnson in the third quarter. Henningsen is the first Wisconsin player to score multiple defensive touchdowns in a season since Aaron Henry had 3 defensive TDs in 2010 (2 interception returns, 1 fumble recovery).
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Notes: UW Athletics