Wisconsin Wins at Home Over Minnesota
Wisconsin defeated Minnesota by a score of 88-5 in a Big 10 Conference matchup in Madison. The man of the match for the Badgers was Tyler Crass.
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- Badgers have kicked off against Minnesota #bturugby
- At 4 minutes Captain Matoko Noudehou scores the first try and conversion after big run. 7-0 badgers
- Quick hands in the back line of a penalty lead to a Dan Pettay, fullback, try at 10 minutes. Matoko conversion successful. 14-0 #boysoffall
- Lock Amos Mayberry scores a try at 17 minutes. Matoko conversion successful. 21-0
- Tyler Crass scores a try st 23 minutes. Conversion good. 28-0
- Coach Cullen Lantz of the Reds responding to the victory over Eau Claire: "we did very good defensively"
- At 25 minutes Dan Pettay scores. And at 27 minutes Sam Enerson score too. 42-0 badgers
- At 35 minutes, 8-man Hunter Crass scores a try off a 5 meter scrum. Conversion successful. 49-0
- A good team try leads to a Tyler Crass try at 40 minutes. The conversion is true. 56-0 badgers at half time!
- Badgers with an intense goal line stand to start the second half. A gopher is down. Trainers are running around. Timeout, on the field.
- Hooker Joe Lerhmann is down. Medic and blood sub required. 7 minutes into the half
- Gophers in our side of the half the entire time this half... Dan Pettay responds with an interception and 75 meter for the try. At 60 min
- Dan Pettay subbed out. Good game #danstheman
- Inside Center Dane Fleck with a long try at 53 minutes
- Minnesota responds with a quick try. 68-5 at 56 minutes
- Luke Henricks subbed out. Will Guthrie in
- Sam Enerson with a try at 60 minutes.
- 73-5 at 63 minutes
- Gabe Kinzer, blindside flanker, breaks the line for a try. 78-5
- Another try off a 20 meter long snap from 8 man Hunter Crass!
- 83-5 with 10 more minutes of play
- Game over at 74 minutes...hmmmmm. Game clock and the Sir's clock were really out of sync. Anyways 88-5 badgers
The Minnesota Gophers visit Big 10 power Wisconsin in Madison. The Wisconsin Badgers beat the Ohio State Buckeyes to win the 2014 BTU Championship. Minnesota saw significant turnover for 2015 but boasts a strong Freshmen class.