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Badgers defeat Gophers with 24 unanswered points

On November 26, 2016 at 7:29 pm EST

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The #6 Wisconsin Badgers defeated the Minnesota Golden Gophers 31-17, at Camp Randall Stadium.

With the win, the Badgers move onto the Big Ten Championship game against the Penn State Nittany Lions. It is the first-time championship appearance for the Nittany Lions.

Chris Clement (Getty Images)

Chris Clement (Getty Images)

The Badgers and Golden Gophers were tied in the fourth quarter at 17 all. After that, the Badgers scored two touchdowns.

Wisconsin scored 24 straight points to end the game. Andrew Endicott made a 33 yard field goal in the third.

Then, they scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter. Corey Clement — had a 100 yards — had two rushing touchdowns, while Dare Ogunbowale — who had seven yards rushing and six yards receiving — had a rushing touchdown.

Mitch Leidner a touchdown pass to Drew Wolitarsky for a 13 yard score. He also had a three yard touchdown with 53 seconds before halftime.

Emmitt Carpenter made a 21 yard field goal as the Golden Gophers led 3-0. Alec Ingold scored on a one yard touchdown to make it 7-3.

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