Wisconsin Keeps Heartland Trophy, Beats Iowa 28-9
The Wisconsin Badgers pulled away from a first-half slugfest to escape Kinnick Stadium with a hard-fought 28-9 victory over the Iowa Hawkeyes on Saturday afternoon. A resilient defense held the Hawkeyes to just a pair of field goals in two trips to the red zone in the first quarter. The struggling Badgers offense, held without a first down in the opening quarter, used a 44-yard scoring strike from Joel Stave to tight end Jacob Pederson to hold a 7-6 halftime advantage. Jared Abbrederis caught a touchdown pass from Stave to open the scoring in the second half and the Badgers prevailed by getting a pair of interceptions and two fourth quarter touchdown runs by James White. White finished with 132 yards rushing on 19 carries and the two scores. The 6-2 Badgers are now bowl eligible and will host non-conference foe BYU on Saturday, November 9 at 2:30 p.m. on 1150 WHBY.
posted : November, 2nd by WHBY
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