Headline: Badgers Bury West Virginia Game MVP: Brooks Bollinger- 14 of 20 passing-218 yards-2 touchdowns
Barry Alvarez and his Badgers returned home to Camp Randall Stadium on Saturday, and before the day was over, they managed to run their record to 3-0 on the season.
The only scoring in the first quarter was a touchdown for the Badgers. On a secod and six play from the 45, Bollinger scrambled and passed to David Braun for a gain of 25 yards. West Virginia was then penalized for a late hit on Bollinger, which tacked on another 15 yards, giving the Badgers a first down at the 15. Two plays later, Bollinger hit Johathan Orr in the right corner of the endzone for the touchdown. Campbell added the p.a.t. and it was 7-0.
The Badgers made up for the lack of scoring in the first quarter, as they exploded for 27 points in the second quarter!!
Before Wisconsin would go on the 27 point scoring spree, West Virginia kicker Todd James converted a 34 yard field goal early in the second quarter. After this, the Badger offense went to work. Freshman tailback Dwayne Smith capped off a eight play-73 yard drive, and scored from the five. Campbell added the p.a.t. and it was 14-3, with just over ten minutes left in the half. The Badgers next drive,was once again helped by a late Mountaineer hit on then quarterback Jim Sorgi, the penalty gave Wisconsin a first and goal at the six.That set the table for Anthony Davis's touchdown on the next play, to extend the lead to 21-2. Later, Wisconsin would strike again, this time with Bollinger at the helm. Brooks hit a wide open Johnathan Orr for a 43 yard touchdown with 3:30 remaining in the half. The extra point was missed, and Wisconsin now led 27-3. The Badgers would score one more time before the half ended. Bernstein, capped off a five lay-78 yard drive with a two yard plunge. The extra point was good, and Wisconsin took a comanding 34-3 lead into the locker room at halftime.
West Virginia made some noise in the second half, and played a bit more competitive. Early in the third, they converted a third and six play as Rasheed Marshall completed a 36 yard pass. Two plays later, Aone Coburn scored from the six. The p.a.t. was good, and with ust under twelve minutes left it was now 34-10.
The Badger's defense bent, but they didn't break. In the fourth, West Virginia quarterback, Marshall complted another long pass,this one for 37 yards to get it dow to the 12. Three plays later, Marshall sneaked n over the left side from 1 yard out. The p.a.t. was good, and the score was now 34-17.
The Badger offense cruised from there, and the defense held on for the FINAL SCORE: Wisconsin 34
West Virginia 17
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