By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Wisconsin Badgers defeated the Miami (Florida) Hurricanes on Thursday night. The Badgers won the New Era Pinstripe Bowl with a 35-3 score against the Hurricanes at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, New York.
The Badgers have won three straight Bowl games against the Hurricanes since 2009. Wisconsin defeated Miami (Florida) in last year’s Orange Bowl.
They also won 20-14 in the Champs Sports Bowl in December 2009.
Wisconsin has improved to 16-14 all-time in Bowl games. They have won their last five Bowl games.
Miami (Florida) fell to 19-21-1 all-time in Bowl games. They have lost their last two Bowl games, both to the Badgers.
The Badgers improved to 8-5 on the season. This was their third win on the road all season.
The Hurricanes fell to 7-6 on the season. The loss was their fifth on the road, as they fell to 2-5 on the road.
Badgers quarterback Jack Coan went 6 of 11 for 73 yards. He also had a touchdown and an interception.
Jonathan Taylor had 27 carries for 205 yards and a touchdown. Taiwan Deal had 10 carries for 52 yards and a touchdown. Chris James had five carries for 26 yards. Alex Ingold had five carries for 11 yards and a touchdown. Coan had seven carries for 10 yards and a touchdown.
Kendric Pryor had a 35-yard touchdown reception.
Hurricanes quarterback Malik Rosier went 5 of 12 for 46 yards. He also had three interceptions.
Backup N’Kosi Perry went 1 of 5 for two yards. He also had an interception.
Rosier had three carries for 90 yards. Travis Homer had 10 carries for 16 yards.
Lawrence Cager had a 22-yard reception.
Wisconsin scored 21 points in the second half. Ingold scored on a two-yard rushing touchdown. Coan also scored on a seven-yard rushing touchdown.
Deal added a one-yard rushing touchdown.
The Badgers led 14-3 at halftime. Coan hit Pryor for a 35-yard touchdown reception. Taylor also scored on a seven-yard rushing touchdown.
Hurricanes’ Bubba Baxa made a 33-yard field goal.
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