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1 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK

2 2017 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Date Opponent Time/Result Sept. 1 UTAH STATE 8 p.m. Sept. 9 FLORIDA ATLANTIC 11 a.m. Sept. 16 at BYU 2:30 p.m. Sept. 30 NORTHWESTERN TBD Oct. 7 at Nebraska TBD Oct. 14 PURDUE TBD Oct. 21 MARYLAND 11 a.m. Oct. 28 at Illinois 11 a.m. Nov. 4 at Indiana TBD Nov. 11 IOWA TBD Nov. 18 MICHIGAN TBD Nov. 25 at Minnesota TBD Dec. 2 Big Ten Championship Game 7:20 p.m. (Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis) all times Central

3 Contents Personnel Director of Athletics Barry Alvarez Head Coach Paul Chryst Assistant Coaches Football Support Staff The 2017 Badgers Alphabetical Roster Numerical Roster Player Bios Pronunciation Guide Season in Review Schedule and Results...78 Team Overall Stats...79 Individual Stats Individual Superlatives...84 Game-by-Game Statistics...85 Participation Individual Game-by-Game Statistics Game Recaps Records Individual Records Service Rushing Passing Receiving Total Offense Scoring Field Goals and PATs All-Purpose Yards Defense Interceptions Punting Kickoff/Punt Returns Statistical Champions Yearly Statistical Leaders Team Records Camp Randall Stadium Records Best Opponent Performances Offensive Statistical Trends Defensive Statistical Trends Game-By-Game Statistics ( ) The Last Time It Happened Honors and Awards Major Individual Awards All-Americans First-Team All-Americans First-Team All-Big Ten Big Ten Players of the Week Academic Honors Academic All-Big Ten Team Honors and Awards Retired Numbers College Football Hall of Fame Team Captains Regular Starters ( ) All-Time Letterwinners WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Wisconsin and the NFL Former Badgers in Pro Football NFL Honors Badgers in the NFL Draft Postseason All-Star Games All-Time Results Yearly Records All-Time Yearly Scores Series Records vs. All Opponents All-Time Scores with Opponents All-Time Scores with AP Ranked Opponents Wisconsin in the AP Top Wisconsin in the USA Today Coaches Poll Wisconsin in the BCS/CFP Standings Gametime Weather Conditions Night Games Biggest Comebacks Fourth-Quarter Comeback Wins Shutouts Overtime Games Attendance Figures Largest Crowds History Past Head Coaches All-Alvarez Team / All-Time Team Assistant Coaches (since 1944) Significant Dates Wisconsin Football Glossary Camp Randall Stadium History and Facts Greatest Moments Stadium Diagram / Driving Directions Bowl Games Bowl History Game Summaries Individual Bowl Game Records Team Bowl Game Records Media Information Covering the Badgers Athletic Communications Staff Big Ten / College Football Playoff Info Big Ten Schedule Bowl Game Schedule Wisconsin Future Schedules Badger Sports Network Quick Facts

4 Director of Athletics Barry Alvarez Barry Alvarez is in his 14th year as Director of Athletics at the University of Wisconsin in , and his 12th without the additional title of head football coach. Alvarez served as A.D. and football coach from Wisconsin has enjoyed remarkable success during Alvarez s tenure at the head of the athletic department, winning a combined 14 team national titles and 59 conference regular-season or tournament crowns since he took over. In Alvarez s 13 previous seasons as A.D., Wisconsin has finished among the top 30 in the NACDA Director s Cup 11 times, including a 16thplace finish in (2nd-best in school history) and 18th-place showings each of the last two years. Six different programs have won national titles during Alvarez s tenure, including four in the magical season. Thirteen different teams have been crowned as conference champions, including five in each of the , , , and seasons. On the academic side, more than 1,300 studentathletes have earned Academic All-Big Ten honors in Alvarez 13-year tenure. Since , UW student-athletes have achieved at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA. At the end of spring 2016, the cumulative GPA for all student-athletes was In , eight sports either set or tied their highest term or cumulative team grade-point averages ever. Five years ago, under Alvarez s direction, UW Athletics created the Badgers Give Back program. A community relations platform meant to provide direction for the department s community projects, streamline the request process for appearances, increase publicity of student-athlete outreach efforts and ensure compliance with NCAA regulations, it has become a staple of the student-athlete experience at UW. In , more than 600 student-athletes participated in Badgers Give Back activities. Alvarez was appointed in the spring of 2008 as one of the chairs of the NCAA's Football Academic Enhancement Group, which was formed to review and recommend improvements for the APR rating. He also serves on the NCAA Football Issues Committee and was a member of the College Football Playoff Committee in its first three years. In addition, Alvarez was named Person of the Year by the Big Ten Club of Southern California in Alvarez was voted into the state of Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame and the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame in 2009 and was inducted into the UW Athletics Hall of Fame in Elected to the College Football Hall of Fame, Alvarez guided Wisconsin s football fortunes for 16 seasons ( ). He has been at the forefront of the revival of the Badger athletic program during his entire tenure in Madison. He piloted Wisconsin to three Big Ten and Rose Bowl titles (including backto-back in ) en route to becoming the winningest football coach in school history ( record). In December, 2012 he returned to the sidelines and guided the Badgers against Stanford in the 2013 Rose Bowl. Two years later, he came back one last time to lead UW to a upset win over Auburn in the 2015 Outback Bowl. Alvarez was just the 10th coach in Big Ten history to win 100 games at one conference institution. The 1993 national coach of the year, he was a two-time (1993 and 1998) Big Ten Coach of the Year and a finalist for ESPN s coach of the decade (1990s) honor. He received the Victor Award s 1999 National Coach of the Year accolade and was the 2004 AFCA Region 3 Coach of the Year. Alvarez also was awarded the 2017 Paul Bear Bryant Lifetime Achievement Award. Alvarez retired from coaching at the conclusion of the 2005 season in order to concentrate solely on running the Division of Intercollegiate Athletics. He has made a lasting impression on the Wisconsin sports scene. His well-documented turnaround of the once-moribund Badger football program has helped to allow the school s entire athletic department to blossom into one of the nation s finest and most respected organizations in college sports. When Alvarez arrived in Madison in 1990, Wisconsin had compiled a 9-36 record during the previous four seasons and attendance at Camp Randall Stadium had dipped to an average of 41,734 per game (54 percent of capacity). The program sorely needed a boost and got it when new Director of Athletics Pat Richter hired Alvarez from Notre Dame, where he had been an assistant coach under Lou Holtz. Over the next 16 seasons Alvarez transformed the football program and, subsequently, the culture of athletics at the UW. The success of the football program ignited and heightened interest in Badgers sports. Alvarez s list of accomplishments at Wisconsin is remarkable. Consider just a few of the most notable: winningest coach in school history (record of ,.614) coached three Big Ten and Rose Bowl champions only Big Ten coach ever to win the Rose Bowl in consecutive seasons 2

5 just the 10th coach in Big Ten history with 100 victories at one conference school coached five national award winners, including Ron Dayne (Heisman, Doak Walker, Maxwell), Jamar Fletcher (Jim Thorpe) and Kevin Stemke (Ray Guy) guided UW to back-to-back Big Ten titles in 1998 and 1999 (hadn t happened at Wisconsin since ) named national coach of the year in 1993; Big Ten Coach of the Year in 1993 and 1998; Victor Award s 1999 National Coach of the Year; and 2004 AFCA Region 3 Coach of the Year. Alvarez s coaching career began at the high school level. He served as an assistant at Lincoln (Neb.) Northeast High from before taking over as head coach at Lexington (Neb.) High from His last prep coaching stop was at Mason City (Iowa) High, where he was head coach from and won a Class 4A state title in his final year. Iowa s Hayden Fry hired Alvarez as an assistant coach in The Hawkeyes played in six bowl games (two Rose Bowls) during Alvarez s eight years in Iowa City, compiling a mark in the process. Alvarez s standout player with the Hawkeyes was LB Larry Station, a two-time All- American and two-time Academic All-American. Alvarez left Iowa after the 1986 season to become linebackers coach at Notre Dame. He was promoted (linebackers to defensive coordinator to assistant head coach) by Holtz each of his three seasons as the Fighting Irish went 32-5 and won the 1988 national title. While in South Bend, Alvarez coached All-America linebackers Michael Stonebreaker, Ned Bolcar, Cedric Figaro and Wes Pritchett. Alvarez grew up in Langeloth, Pa., a small town among the coal mines and steel mills in western Pennsylvania. He starred as a prep linebacker and went on to play at Nebraska ( ) for legendary head coach Bob Devaney. Alvarez was the leading tackler for the 1967 Cornhuskers, who led the nation in total defense and created a schoolrecord 40 turnovers. Alvarez played in both the Sugar and Orange bowls at Nebraska. Alvarez is a 1969 graduate of the University of Nebraska, where he played linebacker and went on to earn his master s degree. He received a Distinguished Alumnus Award from his alma mater in Alvarez and his wife, Cindy, were co-campaign chairs in the effort to bring a Gilda s Club (a free support center for families dealing with cancer) to Madison. In addition, Alvarez serves on the Board of Directors of the MACC Fund (Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer). Alvarez and his wife, Cindy, are the parents of three grown children daughters Dawn and Stacy and son Chad (wife Stephanie). Barry and Cindy are grandparents to Joe and Jake Ferguson; Grace and Jackson Delzer; and Scarlett, Barry John Thomas, Anson and Hadley Alvarez. WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK TITLES DURING ALVAREZ ERA National Championships (14) Women s Lightweight Rowing Women s Lightweight Rowing Men s Cross Country, Men s Hockey, Women s Hockey, Women s Lightweight Rowing Women s Hockey, Men s Indoor Track & Field Women s Lightweight Rowing, Men s Rowing Women s Hockey, Women s Lightweight Rowing Women s Hockey Men s Cross Country Conference Championships (55) (from April on) Men s Outdoor Track & Field Men s Cross Country, Men s Indoor Track & Field, Men s Outdoor Track & Field, Women s Lightweight Rowing Men s Cross Country, Women s Soccer (tournament), Women s Hockey (regular season & tournament), Men s Indoor Track & Field, Men s Outdoor Track & Field, Women s Lightweight Rowing Men s Cross Country, Women s Hockey (regular season & tournament), Men s Indoor Track & Field, Men s Outdoor Track & Field, Women s Lightweight Rowing Men s Cross Country, Men s Indoor Track & Field, Men s Basketball (regular season & tournament), Men s Rowing, Women s Lightweight Rowing Men s Cross Country, Women s Hockey (tournament), Women s Lightweight Rowing Men s Cross Country, Women s Rowing, Women s Lightweight Rowing Men s Cross Country, Football, Women s Hockey (regular season & tournament), Women s Lightweight Rowing Men s Cross Country, Football, Women s Hockey, Men s Outdoor Track & Field Men s Cross Country, Football, Men s Indoor Track & Field, Men s Hockey (tournament), Softball (tournament) Men s Indoor Track & Field, Men s Hockey (tournament), Men s Outdoor Track & Field Men s Cross Country, Volleyball, Women s Soccer (tournament), Men s Basketball (regular season & tournament), Women s Hockey (tournament) Women s Soccer, Women s Hockey (regular season & tournament) Women s Soccer, Women s Hockey (regular season & tournament) Men's Cross Country, Women's Hockey (regular season & tournament) 3

6 Head Coach Paul Chryst Wisconsin football continues to thrive under Paul Chryst s leadership. In his first season as head coach at his alma mater, Chryst led Wisconsin to a 10-3 record in 2015 a run that concluded with a victory over USC in the Holiday Bowl. For an encore, he directed the Badgers to an 11-3 finish in 2016, including a win in the Cotton Bowl and Big Ten West Division championship. Chryst was named the 2016 Hayes-Schembechler Big Ten Coach of the Year and for leading the Badgers to an 11-win season against a schedule that included six matchups with top 10-ranked teams was a national finalist for both The Dodd Trophy and Paul Bear Bryan Coach of the Year awards. A former Wisconsin player and assistant coach and a Madison native, Chryst returned to his roots when he was named the Badgers 30th head coach on Dec. 17, Since then, Chryst has become one of just four coaches in Big Ten history to post double-digit win totals in each of his first two seasons as head coach, joining Michigan legend Fielding Yost and current cotemporaries Jim Harbaugh of Michigan and Urban Meyer of Ohio State. Chryst s 21-6 (.778) overall record marks the best start by a Badgers coach through two seasons, and he is the first UW mentor to win consecutive bowl games to begin a tenure as head coach. He is 13-4 (.765) in Big Ten games, with only Ohio State (15-2) posting a better mark in league play over those two seasons. Including two seasons at the helm of the program and seven years as the Badgers offensive coordinator, Chryst has overseen some of the nation s best units on both sides of the ball. Across his first two seasons as head coach, Wisconsin has boasted one of the nation s truly elite defenses. The Badgers allowed just 14.7 points per game over the 2015 and 2016 seasons, a mark that ranked No. 2 nationally over that span and trailed only Alabama s mark of 14.1 points allowed per contest. Over those two years, Wisconsin also ranked No. 4 in total defense (285.6 yards per game), No. 3 in rushing defense (97.1 ypg) and No. 3 in pass efficiency defense (102.1). During Chryst s seven years as offensive coordinator from , Wisconsin averaged 34.1 points and yards of total offense per game. Both marks were the best in the Big Ten over that span and powered the Badgers to conference titles in 2010 and 2011, remarkable offensive seasons in which UW averaged 41.5 and 44.1 points per game, respectively. Wisconsin had won 10 or more games in a season just three times before Chryst joined the Badgers coaching staff as offensive coordinator in In his nine seasons on staff since, the Badgers have posted CHRYST AT A GLANCE Hometown: Madison, Wis. Head Coaching Record: (5 Seasons) Record at Wisconsin: 21-6 (2 Seasons) Bowl Record: 3-1 (.750) Birthdate: Nov. 17, 1965 Education: Wisconsin, 1988 (bachelor s, political science); West Virginia, 1990 (master s, educational administration) Playing Experience: Wisconsin, (quarterback, tight end, special teams) Family: Wife, Robin; daughters, Katy and JoJo; son, Danny double-digit win totals seven times posting an overall record of (.765). Before spending the previous three seasons as the head coach at Pittsburgh, where he led the Panthers to three consecutive bowl appearances, Chryst oversaw the most explosive offenses in UW history as the Badgers offensive coordinator. During those seven seasons, Wisconsin claimed a pair of Big Ten titles while piling up a (.761) overall record. During his last two seasons as UW s offensive coordinator (2010 and 2011), the Badgers set a multitude of school and Big Ten records. With current Indianapolis Colts quarterback Scott Tolzien at the helm in 2010, UW averaged more than 40.0 points a game for the first time in school history, ranking fifth in the country at 41.5 points per contest. On the way to their first Big Ten title since 1999, the Badgers scored at least 70 points three times. As a team, Wisconsin set a Big Ten record with a completion percentage of 73.2 percent while also tying the conference record for rushing touchdowns (48). Individually, Tolzien won the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award and left tackle Gabe Carimi won the Outland Trophy. Running back John Clay was a Doak Walker Award finalist while tight end Lance Kendricks and left guard John Moffitt joined Carimi as first-team All-Americans. The following season, UW did the unthinkable and improved upon that dynamic season. In the one and only year they were united, Chryst and quarterback Russell Wilson combined on a season for the ages. Wilson set the FBS record for pass efficiency (191.8) in addition to school records for passing yards (3,175) and passing touchdowns (33, second-most in Big Ten history). Not to be outdone, junior running back Montee Ball etched his own name in the NCAA record book, tying Barry Sanders singleseason record with 39 touchdowns. Ball ran for 1,923 yards and was a Heisman Trophy finalist. For the second-straight season, the Badgers had three first-team All-Americans with center Peter Konz and guard Kevin Zeitler joining Ball. The Badgers averaged a school-record 44.1 points per game, sixth-best in 4

7 the country. In fact, UW led the Big Ten in scoring in each of Chryst s last three seasons, with the final two ranking among the top five in the league s modern history. Chryst was offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Oregon State in He helped the Beavers rank No. 6 nationally in passing yards per game (328.1). The 2003 Beavers became the first team in NCAA history with a 4,000- yard passer, 1,500- yard rusher and two 1,000-yard receivers. That followed his first stint at Wisconsin in 2002, as tight ends coach. BOWL GAME EXPERIENCE Year School Bowl Result (Opponent) 2002 WIS Alamo W, (Colorado) WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Chryst was a threetime letterwinner at UW, where he earned a degree in political science. He added a master s degree in educational administration from West Virginia. Paul s brother, Rick, was commissioner of the Mid- American Conference for 10 years. Another brother, Geep, is a longtime NFL assistant coach who currently coaches tight ends for the Denver Broncos. His late father, George, was a longtime head coach at UW-Platteville and a former Badgers player and assistant coach. Chryst and his wife, Robin, have three children: Katy, JoJo and Danny ORST Las Vegas W, (New Mexico) 2004 ORST Insight W, (Notre Dame) 2005 WIS Capital One W, (Auburn) 2006 WIS Capital One W, (Arkansas) 2007 WIS Outback L, (Tennessee) 2008 WIS Champs Sports L, (Florida State) 2009 WIS Champs Sports W, (Miami) 2010 WIS Rose L, (TCU) 2011 WIS Rose L, (Oregon) 2012 PITT BBVA Compass L, (Ole Miss) 2013 PITT Little Caesars W, (Bowling Green) 2015 WIS Holiday W, (USC) 2016 WIS Cotton W, (Western Michigan) CHRYST S COACHING CAREER Year School Position Overall Conf. Bowl Game 1989 West Virginia Graduate Assistant Gator 1990 West Virginia Graduate Assistant San Antonio (WLAF) Running Backs, Tight Ends San Antonio (WLAF) Running Backs, Tight Ends UW-Platteville Offensive Coordinator/QBs Ottawa (CFL) Quarterbacks Illinois State Offensive Coordinator/QBs Saskatchewan (CFL) Offensive Coordinator/QBs Oregon State Offensive Coordinator/QBs Oregon State Offensive Coordinator/QBs San Diego (NFL) Tight Ends San Diego (NFL) Tight Ends San Diego (NFL) Tight Ends Wisconsin Tight Ends Alamo 2003 Oregon State Offensive Coordinator/QBs Las Vegas 2004 Oregon State Offensive Coordinator/QBs Insight Bowl 2005 Wisconsin Co-Offensive Coordinator/TEs Capital One 2006 Wisconsin Offensive Coordinator/QBs Capital One 2007 Wisconsin Offensive Coordinator/QBs Outback 2008 Wisconsin Offensive Coordinator/QBs Champs Sports 2009 Wisconsin Offensive Coordinator/QBs Champs Sports 2010 Wisconsin Offensive Coordinator/QBs Rose 2011 Wisconsin Offensive Coordinator/QBs Rose 2012 Pittsburgh Head Coach BBVA Compass 2013 Pittsburgh Head Coach Little Caesars 2014 Pittsburgh Head Coach/QBs Armed Forces 2015 Wisconsin Head Coach Holiday 2016 Wisconsin Head Coach Cotton Head Coaching Totals (5 seasons) Bowl Games 5

8 Assistant Coaches Joe Rudolph Offensive Coordinator/OL Joe Rudolph is in his third season as Wisconsin s associate head coach and offensive coordinator, marking a homecoming for the UW alumnus who has won Big Ten championships with the Badgers both as a player and assistant coach. Rudolph returned to Madison in 2015 following a three-year stint as offensive coordinator and tight ends coach at Pittsburgh under UW head coach Paul Chryst. A former Badgers captain who helped Wisconsin to Big Ten and Rose Bowl titles in the 1993 season, Rudolph also was UW s tight ends coach from 2008 to 2011, winning two more Big Ten crowns with the most prolific offenses in school history. He then followed Chryst to Pittsburgh and ran the Panthers offense from , also serving as interim head coach for the 2015 Armed Forces Bowl. Since returning to UW, Rudolph has helped guide the Badgers to a combined 21-6 record, a Big Ten West Division title and back-to-back bowl wins in the Holiday Bowl and Cotton Bowl. He also mentored a first-round NFL draft pick in left tackle Ryan Ramczyk, who earned consensus first-team All-America honors as the cornerstone of a Badgers offense that found its footing in Ramczyk was selected by the New Orleans Saints in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft. Under Rudolph's direction, Ramczyk and Co. helped pave the way for first-team All-Big Ten running back Corey Clement to average rushing yards per game and score 15 touchdowns. As a team, the Badgers averaged rushing yards per game in With a pair of quarterbacks sharing the duties, UW also ranked fourth in the Big Ten in passing efficiency, at Freshman Alex Hornibrook (1,262) and senior Bart Houston (1,245) combined to give UW a pair of 1,000-yard passers. Little came easy for Rudolph s unit during the first season of his return to Madison, with the Badgers forced to use eight different starting lineups on an offensive line beset by injuries. By the end of the 2015 season, Rudolph was using four redshirt freshmen to complement senior All-Big Ten selection Tyler Marz. The payoff for one of Rudolph s best coaching jobs wsa a 10-3 season RUDOLPH AT A GLANCE Hometown: Belle Vernon, Pa. Alma Mater: Wisconsin, 1995 Coaching Experience: Ohio State graduate assistant ( ), Ohio State strength coordinator (2006), Nebraska tight ends coach (2007), Wisconsin tight ends coach ( ) Pittsburgh offensive coordinator ( ), Wisconsin associate head coach/ offensive coordinator (2015-present) Bowl Games: 2004 Alamo, 2006 Fiesta, 2007 BCS National Championship, 2008 Champs Sports, 2009 Champs Sports, 2011 Rose, 2012 Rose, 2012 BBVA Compass, 2013 Little Caesars Pizza, 2015 Armed Forces, 2015 Holiday, 2017 Cotton that culminated with a win over USC in the Holiday Bowl. Senior WR Alex Erickson earned firstteam All-Big Ten honors after making 77 catches for 978 yards, while senior QB Joel Stave became UW s all-time winningest quarterback while setting school records for passing attempts and completions. The Badgers averaged a school-record 32.2 passing attempts per game. UW s performance came on the heels of Pittsburgh enjoying its most productive year offensively under Rudolph in 2014, averaging 31.8 points and yards per game. Pitt ranked No. 3 in the ACC in total offense and No. 5 in the league in scoring offense. Much of that production came from sophomore RB James Conner, who earned 2014 ACC Player of the Year honors by rushing for 1,765 yards and an ACC single-season record 26 touchdowns. In all, Rudolph s offensive players at Pitt earned a total of 12 all-conference honors. That included two-time All-ACC performer Tyler Boyd, who earned Freshman All-America honors in Much like the offenses he was involved with at Wisconsin, Rudolph s Pitt units controlled the clock and rarely turned the ball over. The Panthers committed the fifth-fewest turnovers in the FBS from , with a total of just 46. They also ranked 14th nationally over that span with an average time of possession of 31:51. In his first coaching stint with the Badgers, Rudolph contributed to the two highest-scoring offenses in school history, with the Badgers averaging 44.1 points per game in 2011 and 41.5 points per game in 2010 en route to back-to-back Big Ten championships. He coached four UW tight ends that earned playing time in the NFL in Travis Beckum, Garrett Graham, Lance Kendricks and Jake Byrne. Beckum was taken in the third round of the 2009 NFL Draft by the New York Giants, Kendricks was a second-round pick of the St. Louis Rams in 2011 and Graham was selected in the fourth round by the Houston Texans in Kendricks was a firstteam All-American and finalist for the John Mackey Award as a senior in 2010, leading the 6

9 Badgers in receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns. Rudolph served as tight ends coach at Nebraska in He also assisted on all special teams units, overseeing the punt team. Prior to Nebraska, Rudolph served as a strength coordinator (2006) and offensive graduate assistant coach ( ) at Ohio State, with the Buckeyes playing in the 2007 BCS National Championship game. Rudolph entered coaching after earning his master s degree in business administration from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University. Rudolph played two seasons in the NFL, earning a roster spot with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1995 before joining the San Francisco 49ers in A standout lineman, Rudolph was a member of head coach Barry Alvarez s first recruiting class at Wisconsin. He went on to earn three letters ( ) and help the Badgers to the 1993 Big Ten title and 1994 Rose Bowl victory. Rudolph was a team captain in 1994, a year that ended with a victory in the Hall of Fame Bowl on New Year s Day. A three-time Academic All-Big Ten selection, Rudolph was the team s 1994 Scholastic Award winner and went on to play in the East-West Shrine Game and Senior Bowl. He earned his bachelor s degree in zoology in Rudolph is a native of Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania. He and his wife, Dawn, have three sons, Alex, Andrew and Austin. Jim Leonhard Defensive Coordinator/DBs Few could be considered more knowledgeable on the ins and outs of Wisconsin s defense than Jim Leonhard, a 2015 inductee to the UW Athletic Hall of Fame who was one of the most successful players to ever patrol the Badgers defensive backfield. Leonhard joined the Badgers coaching staff for the 2016 season as defensive backs coach, a matter of months after becoming a Hall of Famer. Less than a year later, on Feb. 2, 2017, he was named UW's defensive coordinator. Leonhard s impact on the Badgers secondary was immediate in His unit was instrumental in the Badgers grabbing 22 interceptions, a total that ranked second in the FBS and marked UW s highest output since 2002, when Leonhard himself recorded a school-record 11 of UW s 22 picks. The secondary contributed to an overall effort that saw the Badgers finish the season ranked No. 4 nationally in scoring defense (15.6 points per game), LEONHARD AT A GLANCE Hometown: Tony, Wis. Alma Mater: Wisconsin, 2004 Coaching Experience: Wisconsin defensive backs coach (2016), Wisconsin defensive coordinator (2017-present) Bowl Games: 2017 Outback No. 7 in total defense (301.4 yards per game), No. 3 in rushing defense (98.8 yards per game) and No. 10 in passing efficiency defense (106.9). Under Leonhard s tutelage, senior cornerback Sojourn Shelton was named first-team All-Big Ten for a season in which he recorded four interceptions and 12 pass breakups. Senior safety Leo Musso, the Badgers MVP, finished with a team-high five picks, while fellow safety D Cota Dixon grabbed four and cornerback Derrick Tindal had three. A product of tiny Tony, Wisconsin, Leonhard arrived on campus in 2001 as an unheralded, 5-foot-8 walk-on and left four years later as a threetime first-team All-American. He played in every game of his four-year career, including each of the last 39 as a starting safety, en route to becoming one of the best defensive players in school history. He matched UW s school record with 21 interceptions in his career, the fourth-most in Big Ten history, and finished with 50 passes defended 25 of which came during his breakout sophomore season in His nation-leading 11 interceptions that year tied the Big Ten s single-season record. Leonhard went on to earn first-team All-America laurels that season and became the first sophomore to be named Wisconsin s team MVP since The following season, Leonhard proved those numbers were no fluke, again being named a firstteam All-American. He led the Big Ten once again with eight interceptions, including a key fourth-quarter pick in Wisconsin s upset of No. 3 Ohio State, and tied for the team lead with 98 tackles. He also returned two punts for touchdowns and broke his own school record with 470 punt return yards. As a senior, Leonhard again earned first-team All- America honors and was a finalist for the inaugural Lott IMPACT Trophy. He finished his career with 21 interceptions, tying Jamar Fletcher s school record. He also broke the Big Ten record with 1,347 career punt return yards, a mark that currently ranks second in league annals. In addition to his three All-America nods and three first-team All-Big Ten honors, Leonhard excelled in the classroom as well. A two-time Academic All- American, he joined Alan Ameche, Dave Mohapp and Don Davey as the only Badgers to earn that distinction multiple times. He was also one of 15 players nationally to earn a post-graduate scholarship from the National Football Foundation in Though he went undrafted, Leonhard put together a 10-year NFL career with Buffalo, Baltimore, the New York Jets, Denver, New Orleans and Cleveland. He played in 142 games over his 10-year NFL 7

10 career, starting 73 of them. He made 14 career interceptions and averaged 9.2 yards per punt return. He earned a spot on the Bills 53-man roster after signing as an undrafted free agent following his senior season and spent three seasons in Buffalo, playing in 38 games. Leonhard got his big break in 2008 after signing with the Baltimore Ravens. Following an injury to Dawan Landry, he started 16 of Baltimore s final 17 games, including all three in the playoffs. He signed with the New York Jets the following season and started 40 games over the next three seasons. He then played for the Denver Broncos in 2012 and the Bills again in 2013 before retiring following the 2014 season with the Cleveland Browns. Leonhard, 34, resides in Madison with his wife, Katie, and two sons, Reese and Graham. Bob Bostad Inside Linebackers Bob Bostad is back at Wisconsin for the 2017 season, returning to a program he helped reach unprecedented offensive success during a six-year run that saw the Badgers claim a pair of Big Ten championships. A former college player at the position, Bostad will lead Wisconsin s inside linebackers after spending the past 27 years as an offensive coach. Bostad spent four seasons as an offensive line coach in the NFL after serving on the Badgers staff from 2006 to 2011, spending two seasons each with Tampa Bay and Tennessee. He most recently was tight ends and fullbacks coach at Northern Illinois in In his first stint with the Badgers, Bostad spent two seasons coaching tight ends in 2006 and 2007 before overseeing UW s offensive line from 2008 to 11. He also carried the title of run game coordinator over his final five seasons on the UW staff, helping guide the Badgers to back-to-back Big Ten titles in 2010 and Before he joined the NFL coaching ranks, Bostad was producing BOSTAD AT A GLANCE Hometown: Pardeeville, Wis. Alma Mater: UW-Stevens Point, 1989 Coaching Experience: UW Stevens Point offensive line coach ( ), Kristlanstad (Sweden) head coach (1991), Minnesota graduate assistant (offensive line) coach ( ), Cal-State Northridge offensive line coach ( ), San Jose State offensive line coach (1997), San Jose State cooffensive coordinator/offensive line coach (1998), New Mexico offensive line coach ( ), Wisconsin run game coordinator/tight ends coach ( ), Wisconsin run game coordinator/offensive line coach ( ), Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive line coach ( ), Tennessese Titans offensive line coach ( ), Northern Illinois tight ends/fullbacks (2016), Wisconsin inside linebackers (2017-present) Bowl Games: 2002 Las Vegas, 2003 Las Vegas, 2004 Emerald, 2007 Capital One, 2008 Outback, 2008 Champs Sports, 2009 Champs Sports, 2011 Rose pros at Wisconsin eight of the offensive linemen he tutored over his four seasons went on to become NFL draft picks, including three first-round selections in Gabe Carimi, Kevin Zeitler and Travis Frederick. Bostad coached tight ends in his first two seasons at Wisconsin, with three of his players at that position Owen Daniels, Travis Beckum and Garrett Graham also drafted by NFL teams. Beckum was a first-team All-American and finalist for the John Mackey Award in 2007 and set both UW s singleseason and career records for receptions and receiving yards by a tight end. Four of Bostad s offensive linemen earned firstteam All-America recognition: Carimi and John Moffitt in 2010 and Peter Konz and Zeitler in As a senior, Carimi was a unanimous consensus All- American and winner of the 2010 Outland Trophy. Amazingly, 11 different offensive linemen earned All-Big Ten honors during Bostad s four-year run with that unit, including first-round picks Carimi, Moffitt, Konz, Zeitler and Josh Oglesby. Wisconsin boasted the Big Ten s most potent offense over Bostad s final three seasons on staff, leading the league in scoring each year and posting the two highest scoring averages in school history during its conference championship seasons of 2011 (44.1 points per game) and 2010 (41.5). The Badgers averaged at least rushing yards per game in each of Bostad s five seasons as run game coordinator, leading the Big Ten in rushing three times. UW s offense produced at least one 1,000-yard rusher each year with Bostad on staff, including the 2011 season that saw Montee Ball run for 1,923 yards and tie the FBS single-season record with 39 touchdowns en route to being named a Heisman Trophy finalist. Prior to coming to Wisconsin, Bostad coached the offensive line at New Mexico from 1999 to During Bostad's tenure at New Mexico, 14 Lobos offensive linemen earned all-conference mention, including seven first-team selections. Among the players Bostad coached at New Mexico were tackle Claude Terrell, a thirdteam AP All-American and fourth-round draft choice of the St. Louis Rams, and tackle Jason Lenzmeier. Bostad was offensive line coach ( ) and offensive coordinator (1998) at San Jose State prior to his years at New Mexico. His top player with the Spartans was 8

11 David Loverne, a first-team All-WAC selection and third-round choice of the New York Jets. Bostad coached the offensive line at Cal State Northridge in and spent three seasons ( ) as an offensive line graduate assistant at Minnesota under head coach Jim Wacker. Bostad got his coaching start at his alma mater, UW-Stevens Point, where he coached the offensive line from Bostad graduated from UW-Stevens Point in 1989 with a degree in physical education. He was a four-year starter as a linebacker for the Pointers and earned all-conference mention each year. UW-Stevens Point won 33 games during his career and tied Pacific Lutheran for the NAIA Division II national title in Bostad earned a master's degree in kinesiology from Minnesota in Bostad is a native of Pardeeville, Wisconsin. He and his wife, Cara, have three daughters, Rachel, Bryn and Annika; and a son, John. Inoke Breckterfield Defensive Line Inoke Breckterfield (pronounced ee-no-kay) is in his third season as Wisconsin's defensive line coach in 2017, leading a unit that has become a cornerstone of one of the nation's strongest defenses. The Badgers allowed an average of just 14.7 points per game over Breckterfield's first two seasons, ranking No. 2 nationally in scoring defense and trailing only Alabama (14.1 ppg). UW also ranked No. 3 in rushing defense (97.1 ypg), No. 3 in pass efficiency defense (102.1) and No. 4 in total defense (285.6 ypg) over the course of the 2015 and 2016 seasons. Wisconsin went a combined 21-6 during Breckterfield's first two seasons on staff, claiming the 2016 Big Ten West Division title and scoring back-to-back bowl game wins in the Holiday Bowl and Cotton Bowl. He has developed a deep front line for the Badgers' 3-4 defense, coaching three All-Big Ten honorees at defensive end in 2016: juniors Alec James, Chikwe Obasih and Conor Sheehy. That trio combined with nose tackle Olive Sagapolu to record 10 tackles for loss and 8.5 sacks on the season. In his first year in Madison, Breckterfield helped the Badgers build the nation s top defense, ranking No. 1 in scoring defense (13.7 points per game) and No. 2 in total defense (268.5 yards per game) in Breckterfield joined the staff at Wisconsin after three years of coaching defensive tackles at Pittsburgh. His most successful pupil, Panthers product Aaron BRECKTERFIELD AT A GLANCE Hometown: Kaneohe, Hawaii Alma Mater: Oregon State, 2007 Coaching Experience: Oregon State graduate assistant ( ), Weber State defensive line coach (2009), Montana defensive line coach (2010), UCLA defensive line coach (2011), Pittsburgh defensive line coach (2012), Pittsburgh defensive tackles coach ( ) Wisconsin defensive line coach (2015-present) Bowl Games: 2007 Emerald, 2008 Sun, 2011 Kraft Fight Hunger, 2012 BBVA Compass, 2013 Little Caesar s Pizza, 2015 Armed Forces, 2015 Holiday, 2017 Cotton Donald, was a first-round pick of the St. Louis Rams in the 2014 NFL Draft following a senior season that saw the Consensus All-American sweep the nation s top defensive honors by claiming the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, Chuck Bednarik Award, Outland Trophy and Rotary Lombardi Award. Donald led the nation with 28.5 tackles for loss and ranked 11th in the country with 11.0 sacks as a senior. Breckterfield came to Pittsburgh after coaching the defensive line at UCLA in The Bruins played in the inaugural Pac-12 Championship Game and received an invitation to San Francisco s Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl. Prior to UCLA, Breckterfield coached the defensive line at Montana during the 2010 season. The Grizzlies ranked first in the Big Sky Conference and 14th nationally in tackles for loss (7.64 per game), and second in the league and 18th nationally in sacks per contest (2.64). The year prior to Breckterfield s arrival in 2009, Montana ranked 103rd and 88th in those categories, respectively. A tenacious defensive end at Oregon State, Breckterfield finished his collegiate career as the Beavers career leader in tackles for loss (55.5) and sacks (19.5). As a senior in 1998, he was named an Associated Press All-American (third team) and the Pac-10 s Morris Trophy Award recipient as the top defensive lineman in the league as voted on by Pac- 10 offensive linemen. Breckterfield additionally was named Oregon State s Male Athlete of the Year and played in the prestigious Hula Bowl. Breckterfield was twice named the Beavers Most Valuable Player. He was the team s Defensive Rookie of the Year as a freshman. Following his OSU career, he played five seasons in the Canadian Football League with the Toronto Argonauts ( ) and Winnipeg Blue Bombers ( ). In Breckterfield s initial season with Winnipeg, the Blue Bombers advanced to the Grey Cup final after posting a franchise-best 14-4 mark and tying a CFL record with 12 consecutive wins. Breckterfield began his coaching career under Mike Riley, his former head coach, at Oregon State. Joining the Beavers as a volunteer assistant in 2006, Breckterfield went on to serve as a graduate assistant in 2007 and 08 working with the defensive line. The 2008 Beavers finished with a No. 18 rank- 9

12 ing after going 9-4 with a victory over Pitt in the Sun Bowl. Following his graduate assistantship with Oregon State, Breckterfield landed his first full-time post as defensive line coach at Weber State in 2009, helping the Wildcats to a runner-up finish in the Big Sky. Breckterfield earned a bachelor s degree in liberal studies from Oregon State. He and his wife, Carol, have three sons, Kalevi and twins Rocky and Riley. Ted Gilmore Wide Receivers Ted Gilmore is in his third season as wide receivers coach at Wisconsin in 2017, bringing significant college and professional coaching experience to one of the Badgers' most promising position groups. In his first season at UW, Gilmore mentored senior WR Alex Erickson to first-team All-Big Ten honors while catching 77 passes for 978 yards while also guiding the emergence of receivers Rob Wheelwright and Jazz Peavy. Peavy went on to earn honorable mention All-Big Ten laurels as a junior in 2016, leading the Badgers with 635 receiving yards and five touchdown catches. Wheelwright enjoyed a strong senior campaign, logging 448 receiving yards and a touchdown, before being selected for the 2017 NFLPA Collegiate Bowl and earning a free agent deal with the New York Giants. Gilmore also oversaw the development of freshmen Quintez Cephus and A.J. Taylor, who made immediate impacts for the Badgers' wide receiver corps. Gilmore came to Madison after spending the previous three seasons coaching wide receivers for the Oakland Raiders. Before moving to the NFL, Gilmore spent 18 years in the college ranks. He coached wide receivers at USC in 2011 and prior to that, spent six seasons as the receivers coach at Nebraska. During his one season at USC, Gilmore was named 2011 FootballScoop Wide Receivers Coach of the Year. He helped mold one of the top receiving corps in the country, led by 2011 Biletnikoff finalist Robert Woods and 2011 Freshman All-American Marqise Lee. Gilmore also coached wide receivers at Colorado ( ), Purdue ( ) and Houston (2000). He was the tight ends coach at Kansas in 1999 and coached wide receivers at his alma mater, Wyoming, the previous two seasons. In 2003, while at Colorado, Gilmore coached D.J. Hackett, who set the Buffaloes single-season receptions record (78), earned first-team All-Big 12 honors and was drafted in the fifth round by the NFL s Seattle Seahawks. At Purdue, Gilmore mentored future NFL players Taylor Stubblefield and John Standeford. Stubblefield went on to become a consensus All-American and Biletnikoff Award finalist in 2004 while setting the NCAA career receptions record with 316. A native of Wichita, Kansas, Gilmore entered the coaching ranks as a graduate assistant at Wyoming from During that time, Marcus Harris, the 1996 Biletnikoff Award winner who was a two-time first-team All-American ( ) and three-time All-Western Athletic Conference first teamer, set NCAA records for most career receiving yards (4,518 yards) and consecutive seasons with 1,400 receiving yards (3) and twice led the nation (1994 and 1996) in receiving yards per game before being chosen in the seventh round by the Detroit Lions. After two years at a junior college, Gilmore played wide receiver at Wyoming from He caught 40 passes for a team-best 594 yards and three touchdowns as a junior to help the Cowboys to the 1988 Holiday Bowl and he added 32 receptions for 445 yards and two TDs as a senior to earn All-WAC second team honors. He earned his bachelor s degree in sociology from Wyoming in Gilmore and his wife, Jennifer, have a daughter, Taylor, and a son, T.J. GILMORE AT A GLANCE Hometown: Wichita, Kan. Alma Mater: Wyoming, 1991 Coaching Experience: Wyoming graduate assistant ( ), Wyoming wide receivers coach ( ), Kansas tight ends coach (1999), Houston wide receivers coach (2000), Purdue wide receivers coach ( ), Colorado wide receivers coach ( ), Nebraska wide receivers coach ( ), Nebraska associate head coach/recruiting coordinator/wide receivers coach ( ), USC wide receivers coach (2011), Oakland Raiders wide receivers coach ( ), Wisconsin wide receivers coach (2015-present) Bowl Games: 2001 Sun, 2002 Sun, 2004 Houston, 2005 Alamo, 2007 Cotton, 2009 Holiday, 2010 Holiday, 2015 Holiday, 2017 Cotton 10

13 Chris Haering Special Teams Coordinator Chris Haering is in his third season as Wisconsin s special teams coordinator in In his first two seasons, Haering's special teams units have helped the Badgers posted a combined 21-6 record, the Big Ten West Division title in 2016 and back-toback bowl victories in the Holiday Bowl and Cotton Bowl. Haering oversaw a massive improvement in the Badgers' kickoff unit in 2016, with UW averaging 63.3 yards per kick and recording touchbacks on 63 percent of those kickoffs. In the season prior to Haering's arrival, only 30 percent of the Badgers' kickoffs went for touchbacks. Individually, kickoff specialist P.J. Rosowski averaged 64.6 yards per kickoff, the second-best mark of any player in the Big Ten. In his first season, Haering coached some of the nation's strongest kickoff and punt coverage units. The Badgers allowed just 16.6 yards per kickoff return in 2015, ranking No. 5 nationally, and gave up just 4.1 yards per punt return to rank No. 17 in that category. He joined the Badgers staff after spending three seasons coaching defense and special teams at Pittsburgh. After coaching the Panthers linebackers in 2012 and 2013, Haering added the title of special teams coordinator and focused on outside linebackers for the 2014 season. One his pupils, senior OLB Anthony Gonzalez led the Panthers with 81 total tackles. The Panthers ranked fourth in the ACC in kickoff returns at 22.2 yards per return, while Pitt s coverage units ranked fourth in opponent punt return average and sixth in kickoff coverage. Individually, Tyler Boyd led the ACC in kickoff returns, averaging 27.6 yards per runback, and ranked No. 2 in punt returns at 10.1 yards per return. Before joining the staff at Pitt, Haering spent 17 seasons as head coach at Mt. Lebanon (Pa.) High School. His coaching career began as a graduate assistant at HAERING AT A GLANCE Hometown: Pueblo, Colo. Alma Mater: West Virginia, 1989 Coaching Experience: West Virginia graduate assistant (1991), Hampton (Pa.) High School assistant coach (1993), Hampton (Pa.) High School head coach (1994), Mt. Lebanon (Pa.) High School head coach ( ), Pittsburgh linebackers coach ( ), Pittsburgh special teams coordinator and outside linebackers coach (2014), Wisconsin special teams coach (2015-present) Bowl Games: 2012 BBVA Compass, 2013 Little Caesars Pizza, 2015 Armed Forces, 2015 Holiday, 2017 Cotton West Virginia in 1991 following his playing days wih the Mountaineers, when he first crossed paths with UW head coach Paul Chryst, who also was a GA at West Virginia. John Settle Running Backs John Settle is in his third season since returning to the Wisconsin football program in 2015 and his eighth season coaching the Badgers running backs overall. Settle, who spent the 2014 season coaching running backs at Pittsburgh under current UW head coach Paul Chryst, previously spent five years as the running backs coach at UW when Chryst served as offensive coordinator. His return to the Badgers has been as successful one, with UW going a combined 21-6, claiming a Big Ten West Division title and scoring back-to-back bowl wins in the Holiday Bowl and Cotton Bowl over his first two seasons back on staff in 2015 and Settle's most recent pupils included Corey Clement and Dare Ogunbowale, who signed freeagent deals with NFL teams in the spring of Clement bounced back from an injury-riddled junior season to rush for 1,375 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior in 2016 on his way to firstteam All-Big Ten honors and a roster spot with the Philadelphia Eagles. Ogunbowale, a former walk-on and converted defensive back, developed under Settle's direction. He rushed for 819 yards and seven touchdowns as a junior before logging 506 yards and five TDs as a senior team captain en route to a free agent deal with the Houston Texans. While at Wisconsin from 2006 to 2010, Settle coached four of the top 10 rushers in school history. In his first season, he tutored Big Ten Freshman of the Year P.J. Hill, who led the Big Ten and ranked fifth in the country with 1,569 rushing yards. Hill would go on to become just the third running back in school history to go over 1,000 yards in three different seasons, joining Ron Dayne and Billy Marek. In 2008, behind the tandem of Hill and freshman John Clay (2,045 yards between them), Wisconsin led the Big Ten in rushing offense. When Clay became the featured back in 2009, he flourished, winning Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year honors, leading the Big Ten and ranking eighth in the country with 1,517 yards. The Badgers again led the conference in rushing offense. In 2010, Wisconsin nearly became the first team in FBS history to have three different running backs rush for at least 1,000 yards in the same season. Big Ten Freshman of the Year James White led 11

14 the Badgers with 1,052 yards, Clay chipped in with 1,012 yards and sophomore Montee Ball fell just four yards shy of 1,000, running for 996 yards. UW averaged rushing yards per game on its way to a Big Ten title and a trip to the Rose Bowl. Ball would go on to rush for 5,140 yards as a Badger (second-best in school history), win the Doak Walker Award and be named a finalist for the Heisman Trophy. White s 4,015 yards rank fifth in school history while Hill is sixth with 3,942 and Clay is 10th at 3,413. In addition to those four tailbacks, each of whom played in the NFL, Settle coached three fullbacks who have gone on to play on Sundays. Chris Pressley played five seasons for the Cincinnati Bengals and Tampa Bay Buccaneers while Bradie Ewing was taken in the fifth round by the Atlanta Falcons in 2012 and Derek Watt was drafted by the San Diego Chargers in After leaving UW, Settle coached for three seasons in the NFL, two with the Carolina Panthers ( ) and one with the Cleveland Browns (2013). Carolina made NFL history in 2011, becoming the first team to feature three 700-yard rushers while posting a franchise-record 5.4 yards per carry. In his one season at Pitt, Settle helped running back James Connor earn ACC Player of the Year honors as he led the league and ranked sixth in the country, averaging yards per game on the ground. His 26 rushing TDs were good for thirdbest in the country and bested both Tony Dorsett s school record and the all-time ACC mark. Prior to his first stint at Wisconsin, Settle served eight seasons as running backs coach at Fresno State, where he tutored six 1,000-yard rushers. Settle went to Fresno State after a three-year stint ( ) as an offensive assistant with the Cleveland Browns/Baltimore Ravens franchise under head coaches Bill Belicheck and Ted Marchibroda. Settle was a four-year letterwinner ( ) as a running back at Appalachian State, where he played one season for eventual Texas head coach Mack Brown and another three years for Sparky Woods. Settle finished as the school s career rushing leader with 4,409 yards (then third-most in NCAA FCS history) and 43 touchdowns. He was the Southern Conference Player of the Year as a senior after rushing for 1,661 yards and 20 TDs. The two-time All-American also scored a conference-record five TDs against Davidson. Settle signed with the Atlanta Falcons as a free agent and played six seasons in the NFL, including four with Atlanta ( ) and two with the Washington Redskins. He accumulated 1,594 yards of total offense (1,024 rushing and 570 receiving) in 1988, becoming the first free agent in NFL history to rush for 1,000 yards in a season. He was named to the Pro Bowl and the All-Madden Team in He also played for the Redskins Super Bowl championship team in A 1989 graduate of Appalachian State with a degree in criminal justice, Settle and his wife, Karen, have three children: Jonathan, Leighton and Devynn. Settle s No. 23 was retired by his alma mater and he was inducted into the school s hall of fame in SETTLE AT A GLANCE Hometown: Reidsville, N.C. Alma Mater: Appalachian State, 1989 Coaching Experience: Appalachian State running backs coach (1994), Cleveland Browns offensive assistant and special teams quality control (1995), Baltimore Ravens offensive assistant and special teams quality control ( ), Fresno State running backs coach ( ), Wisconsin running backs coach ( ), Carolina Panthers running backs coach ( ), Cleveland Browns running backs coach (2013), Pittsburgh running backs coach, Wisconsin running backs coach (2015-present) Bowl Games: 1999 Las Vegas, 2000 Silicon Valley, 2001 Silicon Valley, 2002 Silicon Valley, 2003 Silicon Valley, 2004 MPC Computers, 2005 Liberty, 2014 Armed Forces, 2007 Capital One, 2008 Outback, 2008 Champs Sports, 2009 Champs Sports, 2011 Rose, 2015 Holiday, 2017 Cotton Tim Tibesar Outside Linebackers Tim Tibesar is in his third season as Wisconsin s outside linebackers coach in 2017 after making a memorable first impression during his first two years in Madison, a run that has seen three of his pupils selected in the NFL draft. The Badgers allowed an average of just 14.7 points per game over Tibesar's first two seasons, ranking No. 2 nationally in scoring defense and trailing only Alabama (14.1 ppg). UW also ranked No. 3 in rushing defense (97.1 ypg), No. 3 in pass efficiency defense (102.1) and No. 4 in total defense (285.6 ypg) over the course of the 2015 and 2016 seasons. Wisconsin went a combined 21-6 during Tibesar's first two seasons on staff, claiming the 2016 Big Ten West Division title and scoring back-to-back bowl game wins in the Holiday Bowl and Cotton Bowl. Tibesar's edge rushers have factored greatly into that success, with a trio of draft picks leading the way. T.J. Watt was selected in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers and his teammate, Vince Biegel, was a fourth-round selection of the Green Bay Packers. That came on the heels of Joe Schobert being drafted by the Cleveland Browns in

15 Watt and Schobert both earned first-team All- America honors in their final seasons as Badgers In 2015, Tibesar shared FootballScoop Linebackers Coach of the Year honors with former UW defensive coordinator Dave Aranda for his part in helping build the nation s top defense. That Badgers unit, which ranked No. 1 nationally in scoring defense (17.8 ppg) and No. 2 in total defense (268.5 ypg), was anchored by Schobert, who was named Big Ten Linebacker of the Year in addition to his first-team All-America nod. Schobert was selected by Cleveland in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft. Under Tibesar s guidance, Schobert and Biegel formed one of the nation s most fearsome linebacker duos by combining for 33.5 tackles for loss and 17.5 sacks. Their backup, Jack Cichy, also excelled by racking up 8.0 TFLs and 5.0 sacks, including sacks on three consecutive plays vs. USC en route to Holiday Bowl Defensive MVP honors. Biegel and Watt proved to be a dominant duo in 2016, as well. Watt recorded a Big Ten-leading 11.5 sacks and Biegel added 4 more despite missing time with a foot injury. Watt also logged 15.5 tackles for loss, leading the way for an outside linebacker corps that totaled 31.5 TFLs as a group. Prior to Wisconsin, Tibesar most recently worked as a defensive consultant at Northwestern after spending 2013 as linebackers coach with the Chicago Bears and the 2012 season as defensive coordinator at Purdue. His Boilermakers led the Big Ten in interceptions, forced fumbles and takeaways. Prior to that, Tibesar enjoyed three successful seasons with Montreal of the Canadian Football League, winning back-to-back Grey Cup championships as linebackers coach in 2009 and 2010 before serving as defensive coordinator in In his first year on staff, Tibesar was an integral part of the 2009 defense that helped Montreal rank as one of the top units in CFL history. The 2009 Alouettes ranked first in 22 of the league s 26 defensive categories and finished with the secondbest scoring defense mark in CFL history. Tibesar joined the Alouettes after spending three seasons at Kansas State, the first (2006) as special teams coordinator and the final two ( ) as defensive coordinator. In 2006, KSU scored more special teams touchdowns (7) than any team while also ranking No. 1 in kickoff returns, No. 16 in punt returns and No. 18 in kickoff coverage. Tibesar was defensive coordinator at his alma mater, North Dakota, from That followed his three seasons as UND s inside linebackers coach. As defensive coordinator, he assembled a unit that ranked first in the North Central Conference in total defense, scoring defense, rushing defense, pass efficiency defense and quarterback sacks over the span of the 2004 and 2005 seasons. Tibesar graduated from North Dakota with a 4.0 grade-point average in economics, earning CoSIDA Academic All-America and National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete honors along the way. An All-America linebacker, Tibesar helped UND to three straight NCC titles and NCAA Division II playoff appearances from He was named All-NCC three times. Tibesar went on to earn a master s degree in business administration from San Diego State in He and his wife, Jill, have a daughter, Elle. TIBESAR AT A GLANCE Hometown: St. Paul, Minn. Alma Mater: North Dakota, 1995 Coaching Experience: San Diego State graduate assistant (1997), Grossmont Community College linebackers coach (1998), California offensive line coach (1999), Cornell tight ends coach (2000), North Dakota inside linebackers coach ( ), North Dakota defensive coordinator ( ), Kansas State defensive coordinator ( ), Montreal Alouettes linebackers coach ( ), Montreal Alouettes defensive coordinator (2011), Purdue defensive coordinator (2012), Chicago Bears linebackers coach (2013), Northwestern defensive consultant (2014), Wisconsin outside linebackers coach (2015-present) Bowl Games: 2013 Heart of Dallas, 2015 Holiday, 2017 Cotton Mickey Turner Tight Ends Mickey Turner is in his third season as an assistant coach at Wisconsin in 2017, mentoring tight ends at his alma mater. Turner's star pupil has been Troy Fumagalli, who as a junior in 2016 made a team-high 47 receptions for 580 yards and scored a pair of touchdowns on his way to second-team All- Big Ten accolades. His breakout performance came in the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic, where he earned Offensive MVP honors after making six catches for 83 yards and a touchdown in the Badgers' win over No. 12-ranked Western Michigan. Fumagalli also shined under Turner s direction as a sophomore in 2015, finishing as UW s third-leading pass catcher with 28 receptions for 313 yards and a touchdown. In his first season at Wisconsin, Turner also guided senior Austin Traylor to a (injury-shortened) breakout campaign in which he caught 14 passes for 210 yards and four touchdowns on his way to being a free agent signee of the Dallas Cowboys. Turner spent the previous three years at Pittsburgh. The 2010 UW graduate went on to earn 13

16 an MBA from Washington University in St. Louis before joining Paul Chryst s staff in He served as an offensive graduate assistant in 2013 and was the Panthers assistant director of player development in Turner was a four-year letterwinner for the Badgers from , serving as a captain during his senior season in 2009 and contributing to a UW team that went 10-3 and downed Miami to win the Champs Sports Bowl. A three-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree, Turner was presented with the Ivan B. Williamson Scholastic Award as the team s top scholar-athlete as a senior. TURNER AT A GLANCE Hometown: Camdenton, Mo. Alma Mater: Wisconsin, 2010 Coaching Experience: Pittsburgh quality control coordinator (2012), Pittsburgh graduate assistant (2013), Pittsburgh assistant director of player development (2014), Wisconsin tight ends coach (2015-present) Bowl Games: 2012 BBVA Compass, 2013 Little Caesars Pizza, 2015 Armed Forces, 2015 Holiday, 2017 Cotton Jeff Duckworth Graduate Assistant - Offense Former Badger Jeff Duckworth is in his second season as a graduate assistant working with the wide receivers at his alma mater in Duckworth returned to Madison after serving as a defensive graduate assistant at Kent State following his graduation from UW. Duckworth was a four-year letterwinner for the Badgers from and played a key role in Wisconsin s 2011 Big Ten championship, catching a critical fourth-down pass from Russell Wilson in the fourth quarter of the inaugural Big Ten Football Championship Game. He finished with 15 catches for 230 yards and a touchdown in 2011, his sophomore season. He caught 12 passes for 176 yards and two scores in an injury-shortened senior season in All told, Duckworth caught 39 passes for 398 yards and four TDs in 41 career games for the Badgers. A Cincinnati, Ohio, native, Duckworth graduated from UW with a bachelor s degree in life sciences communication in Al Johnson Graduate Assistant - Offense Former Wisconsin offensive lineman Al Johnson is in his second season as a graduate assistant at his alma mater in 2017, assisting offensive coordinator Joe Rudolph with the Badgers' offensive line. Johnson returned to Madison after spending the previous two seasons at St. Norbert College, including as offensive coordinator for the Division III program in Johnson was a three-year starter at center for the Badgers from 2000 to 2002, twice earning allconference honorable mention before being named second-team All-Big Ten as a senior. He also was named a finalist for the Rimington Trophy, presented to the nation s top center, and earned third-team All-America laurels as a senior in Selected by Dallas in the second round of the 2003 NFL Draft, Johnson went on to have a seven-year pro career with the Cowboys, Cardinals, Dolphins and Patriots, playing in 66 games with 45 starts. A native of Brussels, Wisconsin, Johnson earned his bachelor's degree from Southern New Hampshire University. Pat Muldoon Graduate Assistant - Defense Former Badger Pat Muldoon is in his second season back at his alma mater in 2017, serving as a graduate assistant for the UW defense. Muldoon returned to Madison following two seasons as a graduate assistant at Florida Atlantic, where he worked under head coach Charlie Partridge, a former UW assistant, and defensive line coach Terrance Jamison, a former Badger. A native of Mason, Ohio, Muldoon was a fouryear letterwinner for the Badgers, earning All-Big Ten honorable mention as a senior in 2013 when he recorded 29 tackles, 4.5 TFLs and 2.0 sacks. Muldoon, a contributor to Wisconsin s three straight Big Ten titles from , played in 49 games with 18 starts on the defensive line and finished his career with 64 tackles, 12.5 TFLs and 6.5 sacks. A two-time Academic All-Big Ten selection, Muldoon graduated from UW with a bachelor s degree in economics in Jon Budmayr Quality Control - Offense Former Wisconsin QB Jon Budmayr is in his third season at his alma mater in 2017, serving as a quality control assistant for the second year. He spent 2015 as a graduate assistant working with the Badgers quarterbacks. Budmayr returned to Wisconsin after spending a year as an offensive graduate assistant at Pittsburgh under current UW head coach Paul Chryst. Injuries derailed Budmayr s playing career after the 2010 season, when he lettered for the UW team that posted an 11-2 record and won the Big Ten title, but he went on to serve as a student assistant coach for the Badgers in 2012 and Prior to UW, Bumayr quarterbacked Marian Central Catholic to the Illinois Class 5A title game 14

17 as a sophomore and the state semifinals as a junior before missing his entire senior season with an injury. A three-year starter at QB, he finished his prep career with 5,172 passing yards and 38 touchdowns. A native of Woodstock, Illinois, Budmayr earned his bachelor s degree in sociology from UW in Antonio Fenelus Quality Control - Defense Antonio Fenelus is in his third season on staff at his alma mater, where he works with the Badgers defensive backs, in A four-year letterwinner for the Badgers, Fenelus shined in UW s secondary as a senior in He earned first-team All-Big Ten honors for a season that saw him start all 14 games en route to recording 51 tackles, 3.0 TFLs, four interceptions and nine pass breakups. He also earned first-team All-Big Ten laurels from league media as a junior, when he finished with 56 tackles, four picks and seven pass breakups. Wisconsin claimed the Big Ten title in both seasons, including a win in the inaugural Big Ten Football Championship Game in For his career, Fenelus finished with 155 tackles, 22 passes defended, nine interceptions and three forced fumbles in 52 games (32 starts). As a senior, he earned UW s Jimmy Demetral Team MVP award for defense. Following his time at UW, Fenelus signed as an undrafted free agent with the Indianapolis Colts before stints with the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League and the Arizona Rattlers of the Arena Football League. A native of Boca Raton, Florida, Fenelus was a three-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree and graduated from UW with a bachelor s degree in community and nonprofit leadership in Taylor Mehlhaff Quality Control - Special Teams Taylor Mehlhaff is in his third season as a quality control assistant at his alma mater in He is responsible for working with Wisconsin s special teams units. Prior to the season, Mehlhaff was selected to attend the NCAA and NFL Coaches Academy, an event aimed at assisting in the development of upand-coming college coaches. One of the greatest kickers in Badgers history, Mehlhaff was twice a Lou Groza Award semifinalist. He earned first-team All-America honors and was named first-team All-Big Ten when he converted 21 of 25 field goals as a senior in 2007 before being selected in the sixth round of the 2008 NFL Draft by the New Orleans Saints. Mehlhaff is tied for third on the Badgers all-time list with 50 career field goals and also ranks third with a career field goal percentage of.769. He went 145-for-148 on extra-point attempts, ranking No. 2 in school history in both PATs and PAT attempts. Mehlhaff returned to Madison after spending the previous two seasons as a graduate assistant at Pittsburgh under UW head coach Paul Chryst. At Pitt, he helped develop kicker Chris Blewitt, who converted 30 of 38 field goal attempts for the Panthers during his first two seasons. Prior to Pitt, Mehlhaff spent the 2012 seasons as a quality control assistant at Tennessee, where he mentored the Vols special teams units, including kick returner Cordarrelle Patterson, a first-round pick of the Minnesota Vikings. Mehlhaff s own professional career included stints with the Saints in 2008 and Vikings in 2009, as well as spending the 2010 season with the Hartford Colonials of the United Football League, where he went 10-for-13 on field goal attempts. A 2008 graduate of UW, Mehlhaff earned a bachelor s degree in agricultural business management. Ashton Youboty Quality Control Former NFL cornerback Ashton Youboty is in his first season on staff at Wisconsin, serving in a quality control role. A standout defensive back at Ohio State, Youboty was named first-team All-Big Ten in 2005 and was a third-round selection of the Buffalo Bills in the 2006 NFL Draft. Youboty went on to play five seasons in Buffalo before finishing his pro career with the Jacksonville Jaguars in Most recently, Youboty spent the 2016 season as a volunteer in the Miami (Fla.) recruiting department and also took part in a scouting fellowship with the Bills. An Academic All-Big Ten selection, Youboty earned a bachelor's degree in family resource management from Ohio State. He completed graduate studies at Miami and earned an MBA in management and mergers & acquisitions in May Ross Kolodziej Head Football Strength and Conditioning Coach Ross Kolodziej (pronounced kah-lah-gee) is in his third season at his alma mater after returning to Madison to lead the Badgers strength and conditioning program for football in Kolodziej served in a similar capacity at Pittsburgh in 2014, promoted to head strength and conditioning coach after serving in an assistant role in Kolodziej started 45 games at defensive tackle for the Badgers from 1997 to 2000, helping Wisconsin win back-to-back Big Ten and Rose Bowl titles in 1999 and 2000 before being drafted by the New York Giants in the 2001 NFL Draft. He went on to play seven years in the NFL and also won United Football League titles with the Las Vegas 15

18 Locomotives in 2009 and Kolodziej spent the 2009 offseason as a strength and conditioning intern for the Badgers and returned a year later as a defensive graduate assistant. A native of Stevens Point, Wisconsin, Kolodziej earned his degree from UW in He holds CSCS and USAW certifications. He is certified with his CSCS through the National Strength and Conditioning Association and is a USAW Level I Sports Performance Coach. Kolodziej and his wife, Miriam, have four children: Liz, Taylor, Asher and Abram.. Kyle Costigan Assistant Football Strength and Conditioning Coach Former Badgers offensive lineman Kyle Costigan is in his third season as a graduate assistant with Wisconsin s football strength and conditioning program. Costigan played in 42 games and made 35 starts during his Badgers career, including starting the final 26 consecutive games of his career at right guard. He contributed to two of the three best singleseason rushing performances in school history, including the school-record average of yards per game in 2014, and blocked for three 1,000-yard rushers in James White and Heisman Trophy finalists Montee Ball and Melvin Gordon. Wisconsin went during Costigan s career, matching the third-highest win total by a UW senior class. Regarded by teammates as the Badgers toughest player during his career, Costigan is the only twotime recipient of the Badger Power Award for his high level of performance in the strength and conditioning program. Costigan graduated from UW with a bachelor s degree in consumer affairs in December He is expected ro receive his master's degree in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis with a concentration in intercollegiate athletic administration in May He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the NSCA.. Jeff Moore Assistant Football Strength and Conditioning Coach Jeff Moore is in his first season as an assistant strength and conditioning coach with the Wisconsin football program in Most recently, Moore served on the strength and conditioning staff of the Miami Dolphins in He assisted with practice and game day preparation, including the team s data collection efforts. Moore spent the previous two seasons as an assistant strength and conditioning coach at Quinnipiac University, serving as the primary coach for 10 of the Bobcats teams. Prior to that, he gained experience with internships at Kentucky in 2014 and Florida in A graduate of Springfield (Mass.) College with a degree in applied exercise science, Moore began his college career at Assumption College in his native Worcester, Mass., where he lettered in both football and lacrosse. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the NSCA and holds FMS Level 2 certification. Shaun Snee Assistant Football Strength and Conditioning Coach Shaun Snee joined the Wisconsin football program in 2015 as an assistant strength and conditioning coach. He is also the football team's sports nutrition consultant.. Previously, Snee was in the same role at UMass, where he worked with football, men s hockey, women s basketball, men s lacrosse, women s soccer, diving, field hockey and was head baseball strength and conditioning coach for the program in During the 2012 and 2013 seasons, he was a strength and conditioning graduate assistant at Pittsburgh under current UW head coach Paul Chryst. Snee did several academic internships while an undergraduate in exercise science at East Stroudsburg University, including coaching at a private facility that trained special needs youth powerlifting in 2011 and working with the NC State football program in the summer of He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the NSCA, Certified Sports Nutritionist through the ISSN, USAW Level I Sports Performance Coach and also holds National Association for Speed & Explosion and Functional Movement Screening certifications. Snee is a Montrose, Pennsylvania, native who received his master s degree in exercise science magna cum laude from California University of Pennsylvania in 2014 and is currently pursuing his PhD in Sports Management. Shaud Williams Assistant Football Strength and Conditioning Coach Shaud Williams joined the Wisconsin football program as an assistant strength and conditioning coach in January He also serves as the program s internship coordinator. Previously, Williams served as the head strength and conditioning coach at Andrews High School in Andrews, Texas, where he worked with the football, men s basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball and women s basketball teams. A running back at Alabama, Williams led the SEC in rushing as a senior in 2003 by racking up 1,367 16

19 yards and scoring 14 touchdowns. He ran for 921 yards and five scores as a junior for the Crimson Tide, averaging 7.1 yards per carry. Williams college career began at Texas Tech, where he was named Big 12 Offensive Freshman of the Year in 1999 after rushing for 658 yards and seven touchdowns. Signed by the Buffalo Bills as a undrafted free agent in 2004, Williams enjoyed a four-year NFL career before also playing with the Florida Tuskers and Omaha Nighthawks of the United Football League. Williams earned his bachelor s degree in business administration from Alabama and is currently pursuing a master s degree in kinesiology. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the NSCA and he holds a Level I Sports Performance Coach certification through USA Weightlifting. Andrew Marlatt Senior Director of Operations and Recruiting Andrew Marlatt is in hi second year as director of recruiting for the Wisconsin football program, joining the Badgers after a successful run as a coach in both the high school and college ranks. Marlatt came to Madison after most recently serving as safeties coach and special teams coordinator at Miami (Ohio). His kickoff coverage unit at Miami led the nation in 2013 by allowing just yards per kickoff return, and the RedHawks punt coverage unit also ranked No. 29 in the FBS, with opponents averaging just 4.9 yards per runback. Prior to joining the staff at his alma mater, Marlatt spent seven seasons as head coach at Loveland High School in Loveland, Ohio, where he mentored former Badgers TE Brian Wozniak among several players that went on to play at the FBS level. His head coaching job at Loveland followed nine years as defensive coordinator at Sycamore High School in Cincinnati, three years as defensive coordinator at Kings High School in Kings Mills, Ohio, and three seasons as an assistant at Fairfield High School in Fairfield, Ohio. In addition to his high school coaching duties, Marlatt was director of football operations for the Anthony Munoz Football Academy from As defensive lineman at Miami (Ohio), Marlatt racked up 55 tackles for loss and 17 sacks on his way to earning All-Mid-American Conference honors three times. He was named first-team All- MAC in 1986 while helping the RedHawks secure the league title and score an upset win over LSU. Marlatt also earned all-conference honors as part of the Miami teams that finished runner-up in the MAC in both 1985 and Signed as an undrafted free agent by the Dallas Cowboys in 1988, Marlatt went on to a professional career in the Arena Football League with the Washington Commandos, Columbus Thunderbolts and Cleveland Thunderbolts. Marlatt is a 1988 graduate of Miami University, where he earned a bachelor s degree in education, and went on to earn a master s degree in teacher leadership from Nova Southeastern University. He and his wife, Karen, have three daughters, Lauren, Sarah and Grace. Saeed Khalif Director of Player Personnel Saeed Khalif is in his first season as Director of Player Personnel at Wisconsin in 2017, overseeing the Badgers recruiting efforts. Khalif came to Madison following four seasons as assistant director of player personnel at Georgia Tech, his alma mater. Prior to that, he spent the 2011 and 2012 seasons as defensive coordinator and defensive line coach at Savannah State. He previously served as head coach at Central High School in Newark, New Jersey, following stints as defensive coordinator at Redan and Decatur high schools in Georgia. A standout defensive lineman at Georgia Tech from , Khalif was named first-team All-ACC and honorable mention All-America as a senior. A member of the Black Watch defense, he also served as team captain and was named the Yellow Jackets defensive MVP in his final season after leading the team in tackles. He went on to sign as a free agent with the Denver Broncos. Khalif earned his bachelor s degree in industrial management from Georgia Tech in T.J. Ingels Director of Football Operations T.J. Ingels is in his third season as director of football operations at his alma mater in 2017, overseeing the day to day operation of the Wisconsin football program. Ingels previously spent five years with the Badgers as a student assistant from while attending UW. That included four seasons spent as the team s head offensive student manager. Most recently, Ingels served as director of football operations at Pittsburgh for the 2014 season, working under UW head coach Paul Chryst. He served as an offensive graduate assistant at NC State in 2013, eventually earning the title of director of recruiting operations for the Wolfpack. Prior to returning to college football, Ingels spent the 2011 and 2012 seasons working for the San Francisco 49ers equipment division. Ingels earned a bachelor s degree in agricultural business management from UW in Kadero Watson Director of Player Development/ Assistant Director of Football Operations Kadero Watson is in his third season at Wisconsin in 2017, adding the title of director of player devel- 17

20 opment to his duties as assistant director of football operations. Watson came to Wisconsin after spending the 2014 season as director of football operations at South Dakota State, assisting with a Jackrabbits team that advanced to the second round of the NCAA FCS playoffs. Prior to that, Watson spent two years as assistant director of event management and operations at Oklahoma in 2012 and 2013, serving as event manager for several sports and organizing special events for the Sooners. Watson also spent the 2010 season in a graduate assistant position at Oklahoma, where he also served as coordinator of Athletic Diversity Council Graduate Program. In between his stints in Norman, he served as a volunteer football operations assistant at Richmond in A 2009 graduate of Bucknell with a degree in business administration, Watson played running back for the Bison. He went on to earn a master s degree in adult and higher education from Oklahoma in Brittany Ewing Academic & Special Events Coordinator Brittany Ewing is in her fourth season with the Wisconsin football program in 2017, serving as academic and special events coordinator. A native of Richland Center, Wisconsin, Ewing spent three and a half years as an assistant equipment manager at UW prior to joining the Badgers football staff. Before becoming part of the staff at UW, Ewing was an account manager for a promotional company in Milwaukee. Ewing played one year of basketball at Edgewood College before transferring to UW-Milwaukee, where she graduated in 2009 with a bachelor of business administration degree in marketing. While studying at UW-Milwaukee, Ewing interned Sports Radio 1250 for the Doug and Mike Show. Ewing s younger brother, Bradie, played football at UW from , serving as team captain his senior season. He was drafted in the fifth round of the 2012 NFL Draft and spent the 2015 season as an assistant strength and conditioning coach for the Badgers.. graduate of UW with a bachelor s degree in graphic design and a certificate in entrepreneurship.. Stacy Banks Office Manager Stacy Banks joined the Wisconsin football staff as office manager in July Prior to joining the Badgers' staff, Banks most recently served as administrative coordinator for the UW Carbone Cancer Center. She previously worked as event coordinator at the Wisconsin Energy Institute and the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center. Banks graduated from UW with a degree in sociology in Support Staff Sports Medicine Brian Lund Head Athletic Trainer Kyle Gibson Assistant Athletic Trainer Alyson Kelsey Assistant Athletic Trainer Equipment Mark Peeler Equipment Manager Jeremy Amundson Assistant Equipment Manager Video Services John Schaefer Football Video Coordinator Colin Ludema Assistant Football Video Coordinator Mendota Gridiron Club Eric Mott Executive Director Karen Mack Director of Operations Lauren Arndt Graphic Designer Lauren Arndt has served as the graphic designer for the Wisconsin football program since 2014, handling the design and creation of both print and digital materials in support of the Badgers recruiting efforts. Prior to joining the Badgers staff, Arndt also worked in the marketing department of the Wisconsin Union and provided design work for private businesses during her time as a student. A native of Winter, Wisconsin, Arndt is a

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22 Alphabetical Roster No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr./El. Hometown (High School/Last School) 90 Allen, Connor* P Jr./So. New Berlin, Wis. (Brookfield East) 57 Balistreri, Michael DE Fr./Fr. Grafton, Wis. (University School of Milwaukee) 56 Baun, Zack* OLB Jr./So. Brown Deer, Wis. (Brown Deer) 51 Bay, Adam LS Fr./Fr. Mesa, Ariz. (Desert Ridge) 65 Beach, Tyler OL Fr./Fr. Grafton, Wis. (Port Washington) 55 Bell, Christian OLB So./Fr. Birmingham, Ala. (Hoover/Alabama) 66 Benzschawel, Beau** OL Sr./Jr. Grafton, Wis. (Grafton) 47 Benzschawel, Luke TE So./Fr. Grafton, Wis. (Grafton) 91 Bernhagen, Josh LS So./Fr. Madison, Wis. (La Follette) 61 Biadasz, Tyler OL So./Fr. Amherst, Wis. (Amherst) 13 Bondoc, Evan** S Sr./Jr. Madison, Wis. (Edgewood) 19 Booker, Titus* CB Jr./So. Round Lake Beach, Ill. (Grayslake North) 34 Brodner, Sam RB So./Fr. Glen Ellyn, Ill. (Glenbard West) 60 Bruss, Logan OL Fr./Fr. Appleton, Wis. (Kimberly) 41 Burks, Noah OLB So./Fr. Carmel, Ind. (Carmel) 26 Burrell, Eric S So./Fr. Severn, Md. (McDonogh School) 29 Carriere-Williams, Dontye CB So./Fr. Miami, Fla. (St. Thomas Aquinas) 87 Cephus, Quintez* WR So./So. Macon, Ga. (Stratford Academy) 37 Cesarz, Ethan ILB Fr./Fr. Delavan, Wis. (Delavan-Darien) 48 Cichy, Jack*** ILB Sr.#/Sr. Somerset, Wis. (Hill Murray) 10 Coan, Jack QB Fr./Fr. Sayville, N.Y. (Sayville) 32 Collinsworth, Jake ILB Fr./Fr. Merrill, Wis. (Merrill) 24 Cone, Madison CB Fr./Fr. Kernersville, N.C. (East Forsyth) 43 Connelly, Ryan** ILB Sr./Jr. Eden Prairie, Minn. (Eden Prairie) 64 Connors, Brett** OL Sr./Jr. New Berlin, Wis. (West) 10 Currens, Seth S So./Fr. Pickerington, Ohio (Central) 6 Davis III, Danny WR Fr./Fr. Springfield, Ohio (Springfield) 28 Deal, Taiwan** RB Sr./Jr. Capitol Heights, Md. (DeMatha) 63 Deiter, Michael** OL Sr./Jr. Curtice, Ohio (Genoa) 38 DeLany, Sam WR Fr./Fr. Delafield, Wis. (Kettle Moraine) 67 Dietzen, Jon* OL Jr./So. Black Creek, Wis. (Seymour) 14 Dixon, D'Cota** S Sr./Sr. Oak Hill, Fla. (New Smyrna Beach) 5 Dooley, Garret** OLB Sr.#/Sr. Rochester, Ill. (Rochester) 16 Dunn, Jack WR So./Fr. Madison, Wis. (Edgewood) 79 Edwards, David* OL Jr./So. Downers Grove, Ill. (North) 53 Edwards, T.J.** ILB Sr./Jr. Lake Villa, Ill. (Lakes Community) 78 Erdmann, Jason* OL Jr./So. Richfield, Wis. (Slinger) 18 Farrar, Arrington** ILB Jr./Jr. Atlanta, Ga. (Woodward) 73 Fenton, Alex OL Fr./Fr. Menomonie, Wis. (Menomonie) 84 Ferguson, Jake TE Fr./Fr. Madison, Wis. (Madison Memorial) 8 Ferguson, Joe*** S Sr.#/Sr. Madison, Wis. (Memorial) 31 Figaro, Lubern*** CB Sr./Sr. Everett, Mass. (Everett) 86 Finco, Ricky* WR Sr./Jr. Hartland, Wis. (Arrowhead/UW-Whitewater) 81 Fumagalli, Troy*** TE Sr.#/Sr. Aurora, Ill. (Waubonsie Valley) 27 Gaglianone, Rafael** K Sr./Jr. Sao Paulo, Brazil (Chattanooga (Tenn.) Baylor) 47 Grady, Griffin* ILB So./So. Dublin, Ohio (Coffman) 22 Green, Cade WR Fr./Fr. Austin, Texas (Lake Travis) 50 Green-May, Izayah OLB Fr./Fr. Bolingbrook, Ill. (Bolingbrook) 37 Groshek, Garrett RB So./Fr. Amherst Junction, Wis. (Amherst) 89 Harrell, Deron WR Fr./Fr. Denver, Colo. (East) 94 Henningsen, Matt DE Fr./Fr. Menomonee Falls, Wis. (Menomonee Falls) 20 Hicks, Faion CB Fr./Fr. Miami, Fla. (Flanagan) 39 Hintze, Zach K Jr./So. Fond du Lac, Wis. (St. Mary's Springs) 96 Hirschfeld, Billy** DE Sr./Jr. Okauchee, Wis. (Arrowhead) 12 Hornibrook, Alex* QB Jr./So. West Chester, Pa. (Malvern Prep) 26 Houden, Henry WR Jr./So. Madison, Wis. (Memorial) 98 Howe, Kraig DE Jr./So. Dayton, Ohio (Archbishop Alter) 9 Ibrahim, Rachid RB Sr.#/Sr. Rockville, Md. (Avalon/Pittsburgh) 45 Ingold, Alec** FB Jr./Jr. Green Bay, Wis. (Bay Port) 32 Jacobs, Leon*** OLB Sr.#/Sr. Santa Clarita, Calif. (Golden Valley) 20

23 No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr./El. Hometown (High School/Last School) 12 Jamerson, Natrell*** S Sr./Sr. Ocala, Fla. (Vanguard) 57 James, Alec*** DE Sr.#/Sr. Brookfield, Wis. (East) 5 James, Chris RB Sr./Jr. Chicago, Ill. (Notre Dame College Prep/Pittsburgh) 36 Johnson, Hunter RB Fr./Fr. Darlington, Wis. (Darlington) 2 Johnson, Patrick* S So./So. Washington, D.C. (The Bullis School) 59 Johnson, Tyler* OLB Jr./So. Menasha, Wis. (Menasha) 75 Kapoi, Micah** OL Sr./Jr. Kapolei, Hawaii (Kapolei) 62 Kasl, Patrick OL So./Fr. Wyoming, Minn. (Forest Lake) 24 Krumholz, Adam WR So./Fr. Stoughton, Wis. (Stoughton) 98 Larsh, Collin K Fr./Fr. Marshall, Wis. (Monona Grove) 42 Lloyd, Gabe TE So./Fr. Green Bay, Wis. (Northeast Wisconsin Lutheran) 15 Lotti, Anthony* P So./So. Flowery Branch, Ga. (West Hall) 97 Loudermilk, Isaiahh DE So./Fr. Howard, Kan. (West Elk) 19 Lyles, Karé QB So./Fr. Scottsdale, Ariz. (Saguaro) 76 Lyles, Kayden OL Fr./Fr. Madison, Wis. (Middleton) 31 Mais, Tyler S Fr./Fr. Waunakee, Wis. (Waunakee) 58 Maskalunas, Mike ILB So./Fr. Long Grove, Ill. (Adlai E. Stevenson) 30 Maternowski, Aaron FB So./Fr. Slinger, Wis. (Slinger) 52 Maxwell, Jacob** OL Sr./Jr. Greendale, Wis. (Greendale) 28 Mielke, Blake S Jr./So. Hartland, Wis. (Arrowhead) 68 Moorman, David* OL Jr./So. Northville, Mich. (Northville) 11 Nelson, Nick CB Sr./Jr. Glenarden, Md. (Suitland/Hawai'i) 25 Nelson, Scott S Fr./Fr. Detroit, Mich. (University of Detroit Jesuit) 85 Neuville, Zander** TE Sr./Jr. Waupaca, Wis. (Waupaca) 34 Obasih, Chikwe*** DE Sr.#/Sr. Brookfield, Wis. (Central) 54 Orr, Chris* ILB Jr./Jr. DeSoto, Texas (DeSoto) 92 Patterson, Jeremy** NT Sr./Jr. Screven, Ga. (Wayne County) 11 Peavy, Jazz** WR Sr.#/Sr. Kenosha, Wis. (Tremper) 49 Penniston, Kyle* TE Jr./So. Orange, Calif. (Mater Dei) 82 Perry, Emmet WR Fr./Fr. Grand Prairie, Texas (DeSoto) 52 Pfaff, David DE Jr./So. Mequon, Wis. (Homestead) 95 Preston, Keldric DE So./Fr. Tampa, Fla. (Robinson) 3 Pryor, Kendric WR So./Fr. Hazel Crest, Ill. (Homewood-Flossmoor) 20 Ramesh, Austin*** FB Sr.#/Sr. Land O Lakes, Wis. (Northland Pines) 93 Rand, Garrett* DE So./So. Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton) 74 Roberge, Gunnar NT Jr./So. Seymour, Wis. (Seymour) 38 Rosowski, P.J.** P Sr./Jr. Stoughton, Wis. (Stoughton) 43 Roy, Peter WR Sr./Jr. Muskego, Wis. (Muskego) 17 Rushing, George*** WR Sr./Sr. Miramar, Fla. (Cardinal Gibbons) 21 Saari, Mark RB Sr./Jr. Montreal, Wis. (Hurley) 99 Sagapolu, Olive** NT Jr./Jr. Pago Pago, American Samoa (Mater Dei (Calif.)) 70 Seltzner, Josh OL Fr./Fr. Columbus, Wis. (Columbus) 7 Shaw, Bradrick* RB Jr./So. Birmingham, Ala. (Hoover) 94 Sheehy, Conor*** DE Sr./Sr. Milwaukee, Wis. (Marquette) 77 Smithback, Blake OL Fr./Fr. Waunakee, Wis. (Waunakee) 23 Stokke, Mason ILB So./Fr. Menomonie, Wis. (Menomonie) 4 Taylor, A.J.* WR So./So. Kansas City, Mo. (Rockhurst) 23 Taylor, Jonathan RB Fr./Fr. Salem, N.J. (Salem) 46 Thomas, Nick ILB Jr./So. Bradenton, Fla. (IMG Academy) 45 Tiedt, Hegeman OLB So./Fr. Burlington, Wis. (Burlington) 25 Tindal, Derrick*** CB Sr./Sr. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Boyd Anderson) 42 Van Ginkel, Andrew OLB Sr./Jr. Rock Valley, Iowa (Rock Valley/Iowa Western C.C.) 71 Van Lanen, Cole OL So./Fr. Green Bay, Wis. (Bay Port) 15 Vanden Boom, Danny QB Fr./Fr. Kimberly, Wis. (Kimberly) 27 Volpentesta, Cristian CB So./Fr. Highland Park, Ill. (Highland Park) 69 Vopal, Aaron DE Fr./Fr. De Pere, Wis. (De Pere) 30 Wanner, Coy TE Fr./Fr. Green Bay, Wis. (Preble) 39 Whalen, Jake* FB Jr./So. Wausau, Wis. (West) 21 Williams, Caesar CB So./Fr. Grand Prairie, Texas (South) * - letters won # - indicates fifth-year senior 21

24 Numerical Roster No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr./El. Hometown (High School/Last School) 2 Patrick Johnson* S So./So. Washington, D.C. (The Bullis School) 3 Kendric Pryor WR So./Fr. Hazel Crest, Ill. (Homewood-Flossmoor) 4 A.J. Taylor* WR So./So. Kansas City, Mo. (Rockhurst) 5 Garret Dooley** OLB Sr.#/Sr. Rochester, Ill. (Rochester) 5 Chris James RB Sr./Jr. Chicago, Ill. (Notre Dame College Prep/Pittsburgh) 6 Danny Davis III WR Fr./Fr. Springfield, Ohio (Springfield) 7 Bradrick Shaw* RB Jr./So. Birmingham, Ala. (Hoover) 8 Joe Ferguson*** S Sr.#/Sr. Madison, Wis. (Memorial) 9 Rachid Ibrahim RB Sr.#/Sr. Rockville, Md. (Avalon/Pittsburgh) 10 Jack Coan QB Fr./Fr. Sayville, N.Y. (Sayville) 10 Seth Currens S So./Fr. Pickerington, Ohio (Central) 11 Nick Nelson CB Sr./Jr. Glenarden, Md. (Suitland/Hawai'i) 11 Jazz Peavy** WR Sr.#/Sr. Kenosha, Wis. (Tremper) 12 Alex Hornibrook* QB Jr./So. West Chester, Pa. (Malvern Prep) 12 Natrell Jamerson*** S Sr./Sr. Ocala, Fla. (Vanguard) 13 Evan Bondoc** S Sr./Jr. Madison, Wis. (Edgewood) 14 D'Cota Dixon** S Sr./Sr. Oak Hill, Fla. (New Smyrna Beach) 15 Anthony Lotti* P So./So. Flowery Branch, Ga. (West Hall) 15 Danny Vanden Boom QB Fr./Fr. Kimberly, Wis. (Kimberly) 16 Jack Dunn WR So./Fr. Madison, Wis. (Edgewood) 17 George Rushing*** WR Sr./Sr. Miramar, Fla. (Cardinal Gibbons) 18 Arrington Farrar** ILB Jr./Jr. Atlanta, Ga. (Woodward) 19 Titus Booker* CB Jr./So. Round Lake Beach, Ill. (Grayslake North) 19 Karé Lyles QB So./Fr. Scottsdale, Ariz. (Saguaro) 20 Faion Hicks CB Fr./Fr. Miami, Fla. (Flanagan) 20 Austin Ramesh*** FB Sr.#/Sr. Land O Lakes, Wis. (Northland Pines) 21 Mark Saari RB Sr./Jr. Montreal, Wis. (Hurley) 21 Caesar Williams CB So./Fr. Grand Prairie, Texas (South) 22 Cade Green WR Fr./Fr. Austin, Texas (Lake Travis) 23 Mason Stokke ILB So./Fr. Menomonie, Wis. (Menomonie) 23 Jonathan Taylor RB Fr./Fr. Salem, N.J. (Salem) 24 Madison Cone CB Fr./Fr. Kernersville, N.C. (East Forsyth) 24 Adam Krumholz WR So./Fr. Stoughton, Wis. (Stoughton) 25 Scott Nelson S Fr./Fr. Detroit, Mich. (University of Detroit Jesuit) 25 Derrick Tindal*** CB Sr./Sr. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Boyd Anderson) 26 Eric Burrell S So./Fr. Severn, Md. (McDonogh School) 26 Henry Houden WR Jr./So. Madison, Wis. (Memorial) 27 Rafael Gaglianone** K Sr./Jr. Sao Paulo, Brazil (Chattanooga (Tenn.) Baylor) 27 Cristian Volpentesta CB So./Fr. Highland Park, Ill. (Highland Park) 28 Taiwan Deal** RB Sr./Jr. Capitol Heights, Md. (DeMatha) 28 Blake Mielke S Jr./So. Hartland, Wis. (Arrowhead) 29 Dontye Carriere-Williams CB So./Fr. Miami, Fla. (St. Thomas Aquinas) 30 Aaron Maternowski FB So./Fr. Slinger, Wis. (Slinger) 30 Coy Wanner TE Fr./Fr. Green Bay, Wis. (Preble) 31 Lubern Figaro*** CB Sr./Sr. Everett, Mass. (Everett) 31 Tyler Mais S Fr./Fr. Waunakee, Wis. (Waunakee) 32 Jake Collinsworth ILB Fr./Fr. Merrill, Wis. (Merrill) 32 Leon Jacobs*** OLB Sr.#/Sr. Santa Clarita, Calif. (Golden Valley) 34 Sam Brodner RB So./Fr. Glen Ellyn, Ill. (Glenbard West) 34 Chikwe Obasih*** DE Sr.#/Sr. Brookfield, Wis. (Central) 36 Hunter Johnson RB Fr./Fr. Darlington, Wis. (Darlington) 37 Ethan Cesarz ILB Fr./Fr. Delavan, Wis. (Delavan-Darien) 37 Garrett Groshek RB So./Fr. Amherst Junction, Wis. (Amherst) 38 Sam DeLany WR Fr./Fr. Delafield, Wis. (Kettle Moraine) 38 P.J. Rosowski** P Sr./Jr. Stoughton, Wis. (Stoughton) 39 Zach Hintze K Jr./So. Fond du Lac, Wis. (St. Mary's Springs) 39 Jake Whalen* FB Jr./So. Wausau, Wis. (West) 41 Noah Burks OLB So./Fr. Carmel, Ind. (Carmel) 42 Gabe Lloyd TE So./Fr. Green Bay, Wis. (Northeast Wisconsin Lutheran) 42 Andrew Van Ginkel OLB Sr./Jr. Rock Valley, Iowa (Rock Valley/Iowa Western C.C.) 43 Ryan Connelly** ILB Sr./Jr. Eden Prairie, Minn. (Eden Prairie) 22

25 43 Peter Roy WR Sr./Jr. Muskego, Wis. (Muskego) 45 Alec Ingold** FB Jr./Jr. Green Bay, Wis. (Bay Port) 45 Hegeman Tiedt OLB So./Fr. Burlington, Wis. (Burlington) 46 Nick Thomas ILB Jr./So. Bradenton, Fla. (IMG Academy) 47 Luke Benzschawel TE So./Fr. Grafton, Wis. (Grafton) 47 Griffin Grady* ILB So./So. Dublin, Ohio (Coffman) 48 Jack Cichy*** ILB Sr.#/Sr. Somerset, Wis. (Hill Murray) 49 Kyle Penniston* TE Jr./So. Orange, Calif. (Mater Dei) 50 Izayah Green-May OLB Fr./Fr. Bolingbrook, Ill. (Bolingbrook) 51 Adam Bay LS Fr./Fr. Mesa, Ariz. (Desert Ridge) 52 Jacob Maxwell** OL Sr./Jr. Greendale, Wis. (Greendale) 52 David Pfaff DE Jr./So. Mequon, Wis. (Homestead) 53 T.J. Edwards** ILB Sr./Jr. Lake Villa, Ill. (Lakes Community) 54 Chris Orr* ILB Jr./Jr. DeSoto, Texas (DeSoto) 55 Christian Bell OLB So./Fr. Birmingham, Ala. (Hoover/Alabama) 56 Zack Baun* OLB Jr./So. Brown Deer, Wis. (Brown Deer) 57 Michael Balistreri DE Fr./Fr. Grafton, Wis. (University School of Milwaukee) 57 Alec James*** DE Sr.#/Sr. Brookfield, Wis. (East) 58 Mike Maskalunas ILB So./Fr. Long Grove, Ill. (Adlai E. Stevenson) 59 Tyler Johnson* OLB Jr./So. Menasha, Wis. (Menasha) 60 Logan Bruss OL Fr./Fr. Appleton, Wis. (Kimberly) 61 Tyler Biadasz OL So./Fr. Amherst, Wis. (Amherst) 62 Patrick Kasl OL So./Fr. Wyoming, Minn. (Forest Lake) 63 Michael Deiter** OL Sr./Jr. Curtice, Ohio (Genoa) 64 Brett Connors** OL Sr./Jr. New Berlin, Wis. (West) 65 Tyler Beach OL Fr./Fr. Grafton, Wis. (Port Washington) 66 Beau Benzschawel** OL Sr./Jr. Grafton, Wis. (Grafton) 67 Jon Dietzen* OL Jr./So. Black Creek, Wis. (Seymour) 68 David Moorman* OL Jr./So. Northville, Mich. (Northville) 69 Aaron Vopal DE Fr./Fr. De Pere, Wis. (De Pere) 70 Josh Seltzner OL Fr./Fr. Columbus, Wis. (Columbus) 71 Cole Van Lanen OL So./Fr. Green Bay, Wis. (Bay Port) 73 Alex Fenton OL Fr./Fr. Menomonie, Wis. (Menomonie) 74 Gunnar Roberge NT Jr./So. Seymour, Wis. (Seymour) 75 Micah Kapoi** OL Sr./Jr. Kapolei, Hawaii (Kapolei) 76 Kayden Lyles OL Fr./Fr. Madison, Wis. (Middleton) 77 Blake Smithback OL Fr./Fr. Waunakee, Wis. (Waunakee) 78 Jason Erdmann* OL Jr./So. Richfield, Wis. (Slinger) 79 David Edwards* OL Jr./So. Downers Grove, Ill. (North) 81 Troy Fumagalli*** TE Sr.#/Sr. Aurora, Ill. (Waubonsie Valley) 82 Emmet Perry WR Fr./Fr. Grand Prairie, Texas (DeSoto) 84 Jake Ferguson TE Fr./Fr. Madison, Wis. (Madison Memorial) 85 Zander Neuville** TE Sr./Jr. Waupaca, Wis. (Waupaca) 86 Ricky Finco* WR Sr./Jr. Hartland, Wis. (Arrowhead/UW-Whitewater) 87 Quintez Cephus* WR So./So. Macon, Ga. (Stratford Academy) 89 Deron Harrell WR Fr./Fr. Denver, Colo. (East) 90 Connor Allen* P Jr./So. New Berlin, Wis. (Brookfield East) 91 Josh Bernhagen LS So./Fr. Madison, Wis. (La Follette) 92 Jeremy Patterson** NT Sr./Jr. Screven, Ga. (Wayne County) 93 Garrett Rand* DE So./So. Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton) 94 Matt Henningsen DE Fr./Fr. Menomonee Falls, Wis. (Menomonee Falls) 94 Conor Sheehy*** DE Sr./Sr. Milwaukee, Wis. (Marquette) 95 Keldric Preston DE So./Fr. Tampa, Fla. (Robinson) 96 Billy Hirschfeld** DE Sr./Jr. Okauchee, Wis. (Arrowhead) 97 Isaiahh Loudermilk DE So./Fr. Howard, Kan. (West Elk) 98 Kraig Howe DE Jr./So. Dayton, Ohio (Archbishop Alter) 98 Collin Larsh K Fr./Fr. Marshall, Wis. (Monona Grove) 99 Olive Sagapolu** NT Jr./Jr. Pago Pago, American Samoa (Mater Dei (Calif.)) * - letters won # - indicates fifth-year senior 23

26 Player Biographies 90 Connor Allen P Jr./So New Berlin, Wis. (Brookfield East) Honors and Awards 2016: Academic All-Big Ten 2016 Season: Earned first letter, seeing action in all 14 games... served as holder for field goals and PATs 2015 Season: Redshirt season High School: Ranked as No. 1 punter in Wisconsin, No. 36 punter in nation and No. 67 kicker by Kohl s went 18-for-25 on field goals in his career first-team All-Greater Metro Conference at kicker as a sophomore, junior and senior also first-team all-conference at punter as a senior and second-team pick as sophomore and junior finalist for Kevin Stemke Award as state s top kicker as a senior, going 8-for-10 on field goals and averaging 38.6 yards on his 49 punts as a junior, went 7-for-10 on field goals was 3-for-5 on field goals as a sophomore also lettered in track and field coach was Tom Swittel Personal: Parents are Kevin and Diane Allen Greater Metro Conference Scholar-Athlete as a senior Link Crew leader enjoys snow and water skiing, playing golf and music... major is business management 57 Michael Balistreri DE Fr./Fr Grafton, Wis. (University School of Milwaukee) High School: Finished career with 311 tackles, 51 tackles for loss and 11 sacks helped lead school to four playoff appearances first-team All-Midwest Classic Conference at linebacker as a sophomore, junior and senior and second-team all-league as a freshman also first-team All-Midwest Classic Conference at offensive tackle as a senior and honorable mention all-conference at tight end as a junior semi-finalist for Tim Krumrie Award as state s top senior defensive lineman WFCA All-Star Game selection team captain recorded 93 tackles, 17 TFLs, and 6 sacks during senior season registered 87 tackles, 14 TFLs and 1.5 sacks as a junior also played baseball coach was Brian Sommers Personal: Parents are Patrick and Lisa Balistreri father ( ) and uncle, Ted Balistreri ( ), ran track and cross country at UW tutor for Our Next Generation Program chosen as guardian for Korean War veteran on Stars and Stripes Honor Flight organized donated foods at Feeding America helped out middle school football teams with technique and drills 56 Zack Baun OLB Jr./So Brown Deer, Wis. (Brown Deer) Honors and Awards 2016: Academic All-Big Ten 2016 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 12 games... recorded 15 total tackles, including 9 solo stops... logged 3.5 tackles for loss and 1 forced fumble... recorded 1 solo tackle vs. LSU on Sept garnered 2 total tackles and 1 TFL vs. Akron on Sept made 1.0 TFL and a forced fumble vs. Georgia State on Sept notched 2 solo tackles at Michigan State on Sept recorded 2 total tackles, including 0.5 TFL at Michigan on Oct logged 6 total tackles, including 3 solo tackles and 1.0 TFL vs. Ohio State on Oct recorded 1 tackle in the Big Ten Championship Football Game vs. Penn State on Dec Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout rated as the No. 2 OLB in Wisconsin and No. 54 OLB in the country by Scout also ranked No. 23 quarterback by ESPN rated No. 4 overall recruit in state by ESPN passed for 3,061 yards and 27 touchdowns in high school career, adding 3,923 yards and 67 TDs rushing scored 94 total touchdowns in 22 career games as a senior, tabbed as state Offensive Player of the Year by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association also named first-team all-state quarterback by WFCA and second-team all-state pick by Associated Press 2014 Dave Krieg Award winner as state s most outstanding senior quarterback named Woodland Conference East Division Offensive Player of the Year and earned first-team all-conference honors as a dual-threat quarterback, averaged rushing yards per game and 9.7 yards per carry as a senior, finishing with 1,837 rushing yards and a state-leading 39 touchdowns also completed 54.9 percent of his passes for 1,936 yards and 20 TDs as a junior, honorable mention all-state and first-team All-Woodland Conference at quarterback rushed for 2,086 yards and 28 TDs, averaging yards per game also threw for 1,125 yards and seven touchdowns two-time Brown Deer team MVP and team captain lettered basketball, leading Brown Deer to Wisconsin Division 3 state title as a junior ( ) lettered in track and field, placing four times at Division 2 state meet took fifth in the 100 meters and eighth in the 200 meters as a junior finished third in 100 meters (10.91 in prelims) and fourth in 4x100 relay as a senior was injured in final of 200 meters after running in prelims head coach was Rob Green Personal: Mother is Genell Baun played the bass in orchestra summer camp counselor at Camp Anokijig... major is retailing and consumer behavior 24

27 BAUN CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / Tot. 12/ BAUN CAREER GAME BY GAME 2016 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich BAUN CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 6 vs. Ohio State, Oct. 15, 2016 Tackles for Loss: 1.0 (3x) MR vs. Ohio State, Oct. 15, 2016 Sacks: -- Interceptions: -- Passes Defended: Adam Bay LS Fr./Fr Mesa, Ariz. (Desert Ridge) High School: Ranked nation s No. 1 long snapper by Kohl s selected for 2017 Under Armour All-America Game first-team all-state as a senior second-team all-state as a sophomore and junior three-time allsection selection successfully completed all 440 snaps of high school career, including three varsity seasons recorded 15 tackles and a sack as a sophomore made 14 tackles and recovered 2 fumbles as a junior had 9 tackles as a senior four-year scholar-athlete award winner also lettered in wrestling as a freshman coach was Jeremy Hathcock Personal: Parents are Randy and Allyna Bay volunteered with a local animal rescue operation and food drives through St. Vincent DePaul and Feed My Starving Children 65 Tyler Beach OL Fr./Fr Grafton, Wis. (Port Washington) High School: Four-star recruit by ESPN three-star prospect by 247 Sports, Rivals and Scout first-team all-state by Associated Press and Wisconsin Football Coaches Association did not allow a sack in three seasons as starter at offensive tackle finalist for Joe Thomas Award presented to state s top senior offensive lineman North Shore Conference Player of the Year as a senior first-team All-North Shore Conference as a junior and senior also played on defense as a senior, finishing with 18 tackles, 2 TFLs, 1 forced fumble and 2 blocked kicks honorable mention all-state as a junior honorable mention all-conference as a sophomore invited to U.S. Army All-American Combine following junior season two-year team captain also lettered in wrestling, qualifying for sectional meet as a sophomore high honor roll student coach was John Bunyan Personal: Parents are Bruce and Kathy Beach father played football at Air Force (1985) and Ohio Northern ( ) brother, Zach, was three-year letterwinner at nose tackle at Colorado Mesa University, earning allconference honors enjoys fishing and target shooting volunteered with community mentorship program and fishing outings with disabled veterans 55 Christian Bell OLB So./Fr Birmingham, Ala. (Hoover/Alabama) Notable: Enrolled at Alabama for 2016 spring semester... transferred to UW in August Season: Redshirt season High School: Four-star prospect by ESPN... three-star recruit by 247 Sports, Rivals and Scout... selected to participate in 2015 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl... won three straight state championships at Hoover... finished senior season with 40 total tackles, 5 tackles for loss, 4 sacks and 7 QB hurries... made 60 total tackles and posted 12 sacks as a junior... had 33 tackles, 6 TFLs and 5 sacks as a sophomore... in all, was part of nine team state championships at Hoover in football (3), basketball (1), indoor track (2) and outdoor track (3)... individually, won state indoor and outdoor state titles in shot put as a senior... finished eighth in shot put at 2014 New Balance Indoor Nationals as a junior... head coach was Josh Niblett Personal: Son of Melissa and Danny West and the late C.L. Bell... enjoys fishing... named to dean s list in one semester at Alabama... major is undeclared 66 Beau Benzschawel OL Sr./Jr Grafton, Wis. (Grafton) Honors and Awards 2017 Preseason: Outland Trophy watch list 2016: Second-team All-Big Ten (coaches), third-team All- Big Ten (media) 2016 Season: Earned second letter, playing in all 14 games with 14 starts at right guard... part of offensive line that helped Badgers rush for yards per game 2015 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 8 games... made 6 starts at right tackle and 2 starts at right guard... missed first 5 games of season after sustaining injury during first week of training camp... proved to be stabilizing force for offensive line that used 8 different starting combinations due to injury... helped Badgers rush 25

28 for season-high 257 yards and 4 touchdowns in first game as starter at right guard at Minnesota on Nov Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN.com, Rivals, Scout and 247 Sports... first-team all-state by Associated Press and Wisconsin Football Coaches Association as a senior... also an All-North Shore Conference and all-region pick at both defensive end and tight end... recorded 60 total tackles, including 12 TFLs and 5.5 sacks as a senior... also had 13 receptions for 203 yards and three touchdowns... earned all-conference honors on both offense and defense as sophomore, junior and senior... two-year team MVP... also lettered three years each in basketball and baseball... high school coach was Ben Chossek Personal: Parents are Scott and Barcie Benzschawel... brother, Luke, is a tight end at UW father played football at Wisconsin from uncle, Eric Benzschawel, played football at UW from grandfather, John Morgen, competed in rowing at UW from and went on to serve as president of the National W Club in honor roll student... major is life sciences communication 47 Luke Benzschawel TE So./Fr Grafton, Wis. (Grafton) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN and Rivals all-state tight end and honorable mention all-state defensive end by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association as a senior all-region by WFCA at both tight end and defensive end as a senior first-team All- North Shore Conference at tight end and defensive end as a senior finished senior season with 83 tackles, 30 TFLs and 9 sacks also caught 23 passes for 295 yards and five touchdowns second-team all-conference at defensive end as a junior finished junior season with 87 tackles, 12 TFLs, 4 sacks and 4 passes defended... named Grafton s defensive player of the year as a junior and senior also plays basketball second-team All-North Shore as a junior and honorable mention All- North Shore as a sophomore in basketball honor roll student high school coach was Fritz Rauch Personal: Parents are Scott and Barcie Benzschawel brother, Beau, is an offensive lineman at UW father played football at Wisconsin from uncle, Eric Benzschawel, played football at UW from grandfather, John Morgen, competed in rowing at UW from and went on to serve as president of the National W Club in Josh Bernhagen LS So./Fr Madison, Wis. (La Follette) Notable: Joined team in January 2017 High School: First-team all-state by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association and second-team all-state by Associated Press as a senior in first-team allarea... Big Eight Conference Offensive Lineman of the Year... also second-team All-Big Eight at defensive end... played left tackle, defensive end and long snapper... as a junior, named honorable mention All-Big Eight offensive lineman... also lettered in baseball and wrestling... WFCA Academic All-State selection... National Honor Society... head coach was Scott Swanson Personal: Parents are Ron and Sue Bernhagen... brother, Paul, played football at Minnesota State from 2012 to enjoys fishing, camping, canoeing, snowboarding and scuba diving 61 Tyler Biadasz OL So./Fr Amherst, Wis. (Amherst) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout presented with 2015 Tim Krumrie Award as state s most outstanding senior defensive lineman after posting 70 tackles, 7 sacks, 5 forced fumbles and an interception twice named first-team all-state on defense by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association first-team all-state as a senior and honorable mention all-state as a junior by Associated Press also two-time honorable mention all-state by WFCA as an offensive lineman named first-team all-region on both offense and defense by WFCA as a junior and senior first-team All-Central Wisconsin Conference on both offense and defense as a sophomore, junior and senior finished career with 232 tackles, 19 sacks 11 forced fumbles and 3 total touchdowns also lettered in basketball and baseball honor roll student high school coach was Mark Lusic Personal: Parents are David and Lori Biadasz... major is personal finance 13 Evan Bondoc S Sr./Jr Madison, Wis. (Edgewood) Honors and Awards 2016: Academic All-Big Ten 2015: Academic All-Big Ten 2016 Season: Earned second letter, playing in 9 games... recorded 1 solo tackle at Purdue on Nov

29 2015 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 1 game made Badgers debut vs. Hawai I on Sept Season: Redshirt season High School: Recorded 74 solo tackles, 101 total tackles and forced two fumbles as a senior defensive back... named first-team All-Badger South Conference and all-city at DB... also earned Badger South honorable mention as running back... as a junior running back, was first-team all-conference and all-city, while also netting second-team all-conference honors playing defensive back... also competed in basketball and track and field... head coach was Al Minnaert Personal: Parents are Jean and Norman Bondoc... received an academic excellence award and was on high honor roll for four years at Edgewood... member of National Honor Society... has gone on mission trips with Catholic HEART Workcamp... assisted with IRONMAN Wisconsin setup... majoring in political science and Spanish BONDOC CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD 2014 Redshirt season / / Tot. 10/ BONDOC CAREER GAME BY GAME 2015 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD Hawai i UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD Akron Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State BONDOC CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 1 at Purdue, Nov. 19, 2016 Tackles for Loss: -- Sacks: -- Interceptions: -- Passes Defended: Titus Booker CB Jr./So Round Lake Beach, Ill. (Grayslake North) 2016 Season: Earned first letter, playing in all 14 games... finished with 6 total tackles... garnered 4 total tackles, including 3 solo tackles, vs. Akron on Sept recorded 1 solo tackle at Michigan State on Sept logged 1 solo tackle at Iowa on Oct Season: Redshirt season High School: Four-star recruit by Scout three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN and Rivals 2014 firstteam all-state in Class 6A by Illinois High School Football Coaches Association three-time all-conference and all-area pick as a senior running back, averaged rushing yards per game and 10.5 yards per carry, recording seven 100-yard games while piling up 1,931 yards and 26 touchdowns finished career with 3,914 rushing yards and 51 touchdowns, averaging yards per game and 8.1 yards per carry as a junior, finished second in 100 meters at Illinois Class 3A state meet in and fifth in the 200 meters in two-time team captain and two-time team MVP high school coach was Steve Wood Personal: Parents are Gary and Carmella Booker relative Jerome Rowan played football at Iowa hobbies include bicycling and running... major is undeclared BOOKER CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD 2015 Redshirt season / Tot. 14/ BOOKER CAREER GAME BY GAME 2016 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich BOOKER CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 4 vs. Akron, Sept. 10, 2016 Tackles for Loss: -- Sacks: -- Interceptions: -- Passes Defended: Sam Brodner RB So./Fr Glen Ellyn, Ill. (Glenbard West) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: Four-star prospect by Scout three-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN and Rivals Chicago Tribune Player of the Year as a senior Gatorade Illinois Player of the Year as a senior first-team all-state by Illinois Football Coaches Association and Chicago Tribune as a junior and senior led 14-0 Glenbard West to Class 7A state championship as a senior, rushing for 264 yards and 4 touchdowns in state championship game finished senior season with 1,917 rushing yards, 430 receiving yards and 47 total touchdowns as a junior, helped Glenbard go 12-1 and reach Class 8A state 27

30 semifinals rushed for 1,958 yards and 28 touchdowns as a junior, adding 320 receiving yards named West Suburban Conference Silver Division Offensive MVP as a junior and senior two-year team MVP also lettered in track and field Academic All-State selection honor roll student high school coach was Chad Hetlet Personal: Parents are John and Lesli Brodner father played football at Purdue brother, Jake, plays football at Duke... major is personal finance 60 Logan Bruss OL Fr./Fr Appleton, Wis. (Kimberly) High School: Three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout unanimous first-team all-state selection by the Associated Press as a senior also first-team all-state by AP as a junior two-time all-state selection by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association finalist for Joe Thomas Award presented to state s top senior offensive lineman named Offensive Lineman of the Year in Fox Valley Association North Division as a junior and senior first-team All-FVA North as a junior and senior second-team all-conference as a sophomore threeyear letterwinner in track, earning all-conference honors in the discus also played basketball Academic All- State selection honor roll student coach was Steve Jones Personal: Parents are Patrick and Jennifer Bruss volunteered with Difference MAKER Football Camp for students with disabilities enjoys disc golf 41 Noah Burks OLB So./Fr Carmel, Ind. (Carmel) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: Four-star prospect by Rivals three-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN and Scout named to Indiana Football Coaches Association Top-50 All-State team as a junior and senior first-team all-state by Associated Press as a senior, logging 89 tackles, 14 TFLs, 6 sacks and 3 interceptions also earned honorable all-state honorable mention from AP as a junior, recording 120 tackles, 18 TFLs, 4 sacks and 4 forced fumbles two-time first-team All-Metropolitan Interscholastic Conference two-time team MVP team captain as a senior finished career with 259 tackles, 36 TFLs, 13 sacks, 4 forced fumbles and 4 interceptions also lettered in baseball and track and field high school coach was John Hebert Personal: Parents are Jeff Burks and Wendi Burks father played football at Butler, earning first-team All- Pioneer Football League honors as an offensive lineman in Eric Burrell S So./Fr Severn, Md. (McDonogh School) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: Four-star prospect by ESPN three-star prospect by 247 Sports, Rivals and Scout selected for 2016 Offense-Defense All-American Bowl consensus all-state selection as a junior (37 tackles, interception) and senior (41 tackles, two interceptions) three-time first-team All-Metro selection by Baltimore Sun finished career with 172 tackles, 7 interceptions and 12 touchdowns also lettered in track and field high school coach was Dom Damico Personal: Parents are Scott Burrell and Crystal Dotson... major is personal finance 29 Dontye Carriere-Williams CB So./Fr Hallandale Beach, Fla. (St. Thomas Aquinas) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout helped Aquinas claim back-to-back Class 7A state championships grabbed three interceptions as a senior finished career with 70 tackles, 30 pass breakups and 5 interceptions high school coach was Roger Harriott Personal: Parents are Ricky Williams and Tomeka Smith 87 Quintez Cephus WR So./So Macon, Ga. (Stratford Academy) 2016 Season: Earned first letter, playing in all 14 games with 5 starts recorded 4 receptions for 94 yards also rushed for 41 yards on 5 attempts caught a 57-yard pass against Iowa on Oct. 22 for the season s longest reception by a Badger logged 2 carries for 34 rushing yards in the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic vs. Western Michigan on Jan. 2 caught 1 pass for 22 yards vs. Minnesota on Nov. 26 rushed for 10 yards vs. Purdue on Nov. 19 High School: Three-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout first-team all-state by Georgia Sports Writers Association and Atlanta Journal-Constitution as a senior, recording 42 receptions for 872 yards and 12 touchdowns also logged six interceptions on defense as a senior two-time all-region selection two-time All-Middle Georgia pick by Macon Telegraph finished career with 54 catches for 1,030 yards and 14 touchdowns carried 97 times for 519 rushing yards and 11 TDs... also completed 16 passes for 251 yards and four TDs two-year team captain also had Division I 28

31 scholarship offers in basketball first-team all-state by Georgia Sports Writers Association and Atlanta Journal- Constitution as a junior set school record with 53 points in 2015 state playoff game also lettered in track and field high school coach was Mark Farriba Personal: Mother is Lakesha Cephus CEPHUS CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Att Yds TD Y/C LG / Totals 14/ CEPHUS CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Rec Yds TD Y/C LG / Totals 14/ CEPHUS CAREER GAME BY GAME Rushing Receiving 2016 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich CEPHUS CAREER HIGHS Rush Attempts: 2 (2x) MR vs. W. Michigan, Jan. 2, 2017 Rush Yards: 34 vs. W. Michigan, Jan. 2, 2017 Rush TDs: -- Long Rush: 20 vs. W. Michigan, Jan. 2, 2017 Receptions: 1 (4x) MR vs. Minnesota, Nov. 26, 2016 Receiving Yards: 57 at Iowa, Oct. 22, 2016 Receiving TDs: -- Long Reception: 57 at Iowa, Oct. 22, Ethan Cesarz ILB Fr./Fr Delavan, Wis. (Delavan-Darien) High School: First-team all-state and Southern Lakes Conference Defensive Player of the Year as a senior, recording 132 tackles, 9 tackles for loss, 3 sacks, 3 forced fumbles and 1 interception also caught 47 passes for 894 yards and 7 touchdowns as a senior two-time All-Southern Lakes Conference and WFCA All- Region selection on defense three-time first-team allconference first team and WFCA All-Region on offense two-time honorable mention all-state on offense two-time team captain and MVP finished career with 308 tackles, 177 solo tackles, 17 tackles for loss, 5.5 sacks, 10 forced fumbles and 1 interception registered 108 receptions, 1,970 yards and 16 touchdowns on offense also played basketball, baseball and track, earning 14 total letters in baseball, was all-conference honorable mention as a junior and second team allleague as a sophomore high honor roll student coach was Bret St. Arnauld Personal: Parents are Jen and Jeff Cesarz sister, Alana Cesarz, played basketball at UNLV and for one year for Boa Viagem in Portuguese professional league worked on community service projects with DAYS Foundation 48 Jack Cichy ILB Sr.#/Sr Somerset, Wis. (Hill Murray) Honors and Awards 2017 Preseason: Bednarik Award watch list, Butkus Award watch list, Nagurski Trophy watch list, Lott IMPACT Trophy watch list 2016: Butkus Award semifinalist, Lott IMPACT Trophy quarterfinalist, All-Big Ten honorable mention 2015: Holiday Bowl Defensive MVP Notable: Logged sacks on three consecutive plays in second half of 2015 Holiday Bowl en route to Defensive MVP honors former walk-on was awarded scholarship in summer of 2015 Career: Has played in 24 games with 11 starts saw action in four games as a true freshman in 2013 and then redshirted in 2014 played in all 13 games for UW unit that ranked No. 1 nationally in scoring defense (13.7 ppg) and No. 2 in total defense (268.5 ypg) in 2015 starter at inside linebacker in 2016 before suffering season-ending injury vs. Iowa on Oct owns 120 tackles, 15.0 TFLs, 6.5 sacks, 2 forced fumbles and 6 pass breakups 2016 Season: Earned third letter, playing in seven games and making seven starts at inside linebacker... logged 60 tackles, including 7.0 TFLs and 1.5 sacks... recorded career-high 15 tackles, including 11 solo stops, and career-best 3.5 TFLs vs. No. 2 Ohio State on Oct. 15, earning Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week honors... made 10 tackles in first half at Iowa on Oct. 22 before leaving game with season-ending pectoral injury... had 8 tackles, including 1.0 TFL and a forced fumble, vs. No. 5 LSU in Lambeau Field College Classic on Sept made 8 tackles, including 1.0 TFL, vs. Georgia State on Sept recorded 6 tackles, including 1.0 TFL, at No. 8 Michigan State on Sept had 1 tackle vs. Akron on Sept Season: Earned second letter, playing in all 13 games with four starts finished season with 60 tackles to rank fifth on team had 8.0 tackles for loss and 5.0 sacks, ranking third among UW players in both categories also recorded four pass breakups and two quarterback hurries named Defensive MVP of Holiday Bowl after recording team-high nine tackles, including 3.0 sacks, in second half vs. USC on Dec. 30 (missed first half due to targeting foul in previous game) three sacks vs. USC came on consecutive plays recorded team-high 10 tackles, including 3.0 TFLs and 2.0 sacks at Maryland on Nov. 7 logged career-high 11 tackles, including 1.0 TFL, vs. Northwestern on Nov. 21 had 29

32 eight tackles vs. Rutgers on Oct. 31 made five tackles on two occasions vs. Hawaii on Sept. 26 and vs. Troy on Sept Season: Redshirt season 2013 Season: Earned first letter, playing in four games... saw action vs. Indiana on Nov. 16, BYU on Nov. 9 and vs. Purdue on Sept made his Badgers debut and registered one tackle vs. Tennessee Tech on Sept. 7 High School: Recorded 107 tackles, seven tackles for loss, four sacks, six forced fumbles and four fumbles recovered, as well as one interception, four pass breakups and two blocked kicks as a senior... all-conference selection as a senior... honorable mention all-state... team MVP as a senior... finished with 111 tackles, seven tackles for loss, two sacks, four forced fumbles and three fumbles recovered, plus three interceptions, seven pass breakups and four blocked punts as a junior... all-conference selection... two-time team captain tackles and one pass broken up as a sophomore Personal: Parents are Lisa and Steve Cichy... father played football at Notre Dame and in the Canadian Football League... mother played basketball at Marquette... sister, Tessa, played basketball for the Badgers... volunteered with Amnesty International and as youth sports camp counselor... participated in food preparation at a local homeless shelter and volunteered at Ronald McDonald House... enjoys golfing and boating... majoring in economics CICHY CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / Redshirt season / / Tot. 24/ CICHY CAREER GAME BY GAME 2013 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD Tenn. Tech Purdue BYU Indiana UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Ohio State Iowa CICHY CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 15 vs. Ohio State, Oct. 15, 2016 Tackles for Loss: 3.5 vs. Ohio State, Oct. 15, 2016 Sacks: 3.0 vs. USC, Dec. 30, 2015 Interceptions: -- Passes Defended: 1 (6x) MR vs. Georgia St., Sept. 17, Jack Coan QB Fr./Fr Sayville, N.Y. (Sayville) High School: Four-star prospect by Rivals three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN and Scout set Long Island career records for passing yards (9,787) and touchdown passes (128) while also rushing for 2,551 yards (6.54 average) and 33 TDs named New York Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior selected as state co-player of the year in Class A by New York State Sportswriters Association as a junior and senior three-time first-team all-state selection received Hansen Award as Suffolk County s top player as a senior three-time Boomer Esiason Award winner as top quarterback in Suffolk County also a four-time allcounty and three-time All-Long Island selection threw for 1,695 yards and 21 TDs on 118-for-231 passing as a freshman as a sophomore completed 195 of 327 passes to set Long Island single-season records with 3,431 yards and 40 touchdowns went 168-for-260 for 2,499 yards and 36 TDs as a junior, also rushing for 1,275 yards and 17 TDs as a senior, was 158-for-220 for 2,162 yards and 31 TDs while rushing for 766 yards and 11 touchdowns also played lacrosse, earning all-county and all-division honors as a freshman National Honor Society coach was Rob Hoss Personal: Parents are Mike and Donna Coan uncle, Danny Coan, played wide receiver at Cortland aunt, Christina Coan, played volleyball at Quinnipiac volunteered with Every Child s Dream community dinner and as part of Athletes Helping Others Club 32 Jake Collinsworth ILB Fr./Fr Merrill, Wis. (Merrill) High School: Unanimous first-team All-Great Northern Conference linebacker and second-team all-conference running back as a junior recorded 73 tackles, 1 fumble recovery and 1 pass breakup on defense to go along with 442 rushing yards and 4 rushing touchdowns on offense second-team all-conference linebacker sophomore year awarded Mike Hill Memorial Award as team s most dedicated and determined player as a senior two-time team Man of Steel winner for highest-scoring preseason testing numbers on team three-time team captain finished career with 725 rushing yards on 122 carries and 8 rushing touchdowns on offense logged 138 tackles, 1.5 sacks, 1 interception, 2 pass breakups, 1 forced fumble and 2 fumble recoveries on defense also lettered in track and field National Honor Society held graduating class highest gradepoint average coach was Nick Sturm 30

33 Personal: Parents are Chad and Amy Collinsworth participated in Link Crew, FFA, FCA, Kolor Run for United Way and Relay for Life middle school football coach volunteer student athletic trainer 24 Madison Cone CB Fr./Fr Kernersville, N.C. (East Forsyth) High School: Three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout finished career with 196 tackles, 27 interceptions and 51 pass breakups named all-state by Associated Press as a senior after recording 30 tackles, 6 interceptions and 12 pass breakups four-time All- Piedmont Triad Conference selection three-time all-area pick named All-Northwest by Winston-Salem Journal as a junior and senior named team s defensive MVP as a junior and senior as a junior, logged 7 interceptions and 11 pass breakups had 8 interceptions and 16 pass breakups as a sophomore recorded 6 interceptions and 12 breakups as a freshman also played basketball, earning all-conference and all-area honors as a sophomore and junior two-time team MVP in basketball National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta (mathematics honor society) member coach was Todd Willert Personal: Parents are Harold and Alicia Cone volunteered with Kernersville Cares for Kids and Nobacco drug and alcohol awareness programs 43 Ryan Connelly ILB Sr./Jr Eden Prairie, Minn. (Eden Prairie) Honors and Awards 2016: Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 31), Academic All-Big Ten Notable: Former walk-on earned scholarship prior to 2015 season Career: Has played in 26 games with 8 starts owns 74 tackles, 8.0 TFLs, 4 pass breakups and an interception played in 12 games for unit that ranked No. 1 nationally in scoring defense (13.7 ppg) and No. 2 in total defense (268.5 ypg) in Season: Earned second letter, playing in all 14 games with 8 starts at inside linebacker recorded 59 tackles, including 7.0 TFLs logged a career-high 11 tackles, including 7 solo stops and 2.0 TFLs, as well as a career-best 2 pass breakups vs. Nebraska on Oct. 29, earning Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week honors made 8 tackles in Big Ten Football Championship Game vs. Penn State on Dec. 3 also recorded 8 stops vs. Northwestern on Nov. 5 had 5 tackles, 4 of which were unassisted, in Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic vs. Western Michigan on Jan. 2 recorded his first career interception against Illinois on Nov. 12, returning it for 12 yards 2015 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 12 games recorded 15 total tackles, including 1.0 for loss matched career high with four tackles (all solo) in Holiday Bowl vs. USC on Dec. 30 logged four tackles, including 0.5 TFL, vs. Rutgers on Oct. 31 recorded first multiple-tackle game with three total stops vs. Miami (Ohio) on Sept Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-year letterwinner in football... helped Eden Prairie to Minnesota Class 6A football state championships as a sophomore, junior and senior... named All-Lake Conference as a sophomore, junior and senior... served as team captain as a senior... completed 3 of 7 passes for 118 yards and two touchdowns in 2013 state championship game... threw for 14 touchdown passes and no interceptions as a senior... also won state championship in lacrosse as a junior... threeyear letterwinner in lacrosse... AP Scholar and Gold Cord recipient... high school coach was Mike Grant Personal: Parents are Steve and Christi Connelly... cousin, Anders Lee, plays for the New York Islanders in the NHL... majoring in economics CONNELLY CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / / Tot. 26/ CONNELLY CAREER GAME BY GAME 2015 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich CONNELLY CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 11 vs. Nebraska, Oct. 29, 2016 Tackles for Loss: 2.0 vs. Nebraska, Oct. 29, 2016 Sacks: -- Interceptions: 1 vs. Illinois, Nov. 12, 2016 Passes Defended: 2 vs. Nebraska, Oct. 29,

34 64 Brett Connors OL Sr./Jr New Berlin, Wis. (West) Honors and Awards 2016: Academic All-Big Ten, Big Ten Distinguished Scholar 2015: Academic All-Big Ten 2016 Season: Earned second letter, playing in all 14 games with 4 starts... started at center at Michigan State on Sept. 24, at Michigan on Oct. 1, vs. Ohio State on Oct. 15 and at Iowa on Oct part of offensive line that helped Badgers rush for yards per game 2015 Season: Earned first letter, playing in two games... made Badgers debut vs. Miami (Ohio) on Sept saw action at Nebraska on Oct Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-year letterwinner... first-team All- Woodland Conference selection and honorable mention All-Suburban by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel as a junior and senior... team captain in his senior year... Woodland Conference All-Academic selection... Glenn R Davis Foundation Scholar... high school coach was Alexander Moroder Personal: Parents are William and Carol Connors... majoring in kinesiology 10 Seth Currens S So./Fr Pickerington, Ohio (Central) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout first-team all-state by Associated Press as a senior, recording 73 tackles, 3 interceptions and 9 pass breakups also recorded 669 passing yards, 254 receiving yards, 250 rushing yards and 15 total TDs as a senior Columbus Dispatch All-Metro selection as a senior and special mention All-Metro as a junior team MVP and team captain as a senior finished fouryear varsity career with 209 tackles, 13 interceptions and 26 pass breakups also lettered in basketball and track and field four-year honor roll student high school coach was Jay Sharrett Personal: Parents are Suzy Currens and Rick Currens... major is personal finance 6 Danny Davis III WR Fr./Fr Springfield, Ohio (Springfield) High School: Four-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout second-team all-state by Associated Press as a junior and senior played running back, receiver and returner as a senior, offensive player of the year in Greater Western Ohio Conference National East Division first-team All-Southwest District rushed for 1,195 yards and 7 touchdowns on 171 carries (7.0 average) as a senior also caught 22 passes for 559 yards and 6 TDs averaged 22.1 yards on kickoff returns also played basketball, earning first-team allstate honors as a senior and second-team all-state as a junior by Associated Press set school scoring record with 1,774 career points coach was Maurice Douglass Personal: Parents are Michelle and Paul Brumfield 28 Taiwan Deal RB Sr./Jr Capitol Heights, Md. (DeMatha) Honors and Awards 2015: Big Ten Freshman of the Week (Sept. 28) Career: Has played in 16 games and owns 3 starts at running back has logged 149 carries for 667 yards and six touchdowns 2016 Season: Earned second letter, seeing action in 6 games with 1 start (vs. Georgia State on Sept. 17) playing time limited due to injury recorded 32 carries for 164 yards had a season-high 12 rushing attempts for 58 yards against Akron on Sept. 10 ran for 41 yards vs. Illinois on Nov Season: Earned first letter, playing in 10 games with two starts at running back ranked second on team with 503 rushing yards on 117 attempts (4.3 average) scored six rushing touchdowns carried 26 times for 147 yards, both career highs, and scored two touchdowns vs. Hawai I on Sept. 26 rushed for 90 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries at Minnesota on Nov. 28 carried 14 times for 45 yards and first two touchdowns of career vs. Miami (Ohio) on Sept. 12 logged 16 carries for 84 yards vs. Troy on Sept. 19 carried 15 times for 59 yards vs. Iowa on Oct. 3 posted 42 rushing yards on nine carries at Maryland on Nov. 7 made Badgers debut by rushing six times for 14 yards vs. Alabama on Sept Season: Redshirt season High School: Four-star recruit by Rivals, three-star recruit by ESPN.com, Scout and 247 Sports... Maryland Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior in named first-team all-state, first-team Baltimore Sun All- Metro and first-team All-Washington Catholic Athletic Conference after rushing for 1,200 yards and 18 touchdowns as a senior, leading DeMatha to WCAC title... as a junior, named second-team All-WCAC at running back after recording 1,017 rushing yards and scoring 21 TDs... third-team All-WCAC at running back as a sophomore, rushing for 900 yards and 13 TDs... finished DeMatha career with 3,117 rushing yards and 52 touchdowns... as a freshman, recorded 55 total tackles, including five sacks, while playing defense... high school coach was Elijah Brooks 32 32

35 Personal: Parents are George Deal and Towanna Deal... cousin Mikeal Hopkins plays basketball at Georgetown... cousin Ian Thomas played linebacker at Illinois from honor roll student... named Maryland Army National Guard Ring of Honor Student-Athlete of the Month as a junior in September majoring in sociology DEAL CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Att Yds TD Y/C LG / / Totals 16/ DEAL CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Rec Yds TD Y/C LG / / Totals 16/ DEAL CAREER GAME BY GAME Rushing Receiving 2015 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC Rushing Receiving 2016 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg vs LSU Akron Georgia State Illinois Purdue vs W. Mich DEAL CAREER HIGHS Rush Attempts: 26 vs. Hawai i, Sept. 26, 2015 Rush Yards: 147 vs. Hawai i, Sept. 26, 2015 Rush TDs: 2 (3x) MR vs. Minnesota, Nov. 28, 2015 Long Rush: 17 vs. Hawai i, Sept. 26, 2015 Receptions: 1 vs. Alabama, Sept. 5, 2015 Receiving Yards: 4 vs. Alabama, Sept. 5, 2015 Receiving TDs: -- Long Reception: 4 vs. Alabama, Sept. 5, Michael Deiter OL Sr./Jr Curtice, Ohio (Genoa) Honors and Awards 2017 Preseason: Outland Trophy watch list, Rimington Trophy watch list 2016: All-Big Ten honorable mention (consensus) 2015: All-Big Ten honorable mention (media), Big Ten All-Freshman (ESPN) 2016 Season: Earned second letter, starting all 14 games... made 10 starts at center and four starts at left guard... part of offensive line that helped Badgers rush for yards per game 2015 Season: Earned first letter, starting all 13 games... made seven starts at left guard and six starts at center, including in season s final five games... was a constant for an offensive line beset with injuries that used seven different starting combinations... offensive line helped offense produce passing yards per game, the third-best average in school history 2014 Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN.com, Rivals, Scout and 247 Sports... named first-team All-Ohio on offensive line as a senior, also earning Associated Press District IV Lineman of the Year and Great Lakes Region Lineman of the Year honors while leading Genoa to 10-1 record... first-team All-Northern Buckeye Conference selection as a junior and senior... named all-conference as both offensive lineman and defensive lineman as a junior in two-time first-team all-district pick... as a senior, ranked second at Genoa with 42 solo tackles, 17 tackles for loss and 6.5 sacks... also lettered in baseball... high school coach was Tim Spiess Personal: Parents are Dave and Deanne Deiter... threeyear high honor roll student... majoring in retailing and consumer behavior 38 Sam DeLany WR Fr./Fr Delafield, Wis. (Kettle Moraine) High School: Honorable mention all-state by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association and unanimous first-team All-Classic Eight Conference as a senior WFCA All- Region as a senior team captain and MVP senior year holds school career records with 91 receptions for 1,153 yards also hauled in 8 touchdowns also holds single-season school records with 73 receptions for 939 yards as a senior, scoring 7 touchdowns had 25 tackles, 1 interception and 8 pass breakups on defense also participated in hockey and track won Division 1 state championship in 4x400-meter relay as a senior four-year honor roll student National Honor Society coach was Justin Gumm Personal: Parents are Joe and Elizabeth DeLany volunteered with Best Buddies Program, youth camps, Young Life at food pantries and tutored elementary, middle and high school students 67 Jon Dietzen OL Jr./So Black Creek, Wis. (Seymour) 2016 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 10 games with 8 starts at left guard... missed 4 games due to injury... made Badgers debut in Lambeau Field College Classic vs. LSU on Sept made first career start 33 33

36 vs. Akron on Sept. 10, lining up at left guard... part of offensive line that helped Badgers rush for yards per game 2015 Season: Redshirt season High School: Four-star recruit by Scout... three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN.com and Rivals... two-time first-team all-state selection by WFCA and Associated Press... as a senior, named recipient of Joe Thomas Award as state of Wisconsin s top offensive lineman... named Bay Conference Lineman of the Year as a senior... helped Seymour advance to quarterfinals of WIAA Division 3 state playoffs as a junior and senior... team captain and team MVP as a senior... also played hockey... coach was Matt Molle Personal: Parents are Bruce and Karen Dietzen... enjoys hunting and fishing... majoring in life sciences communications 14 D Cota Dixon S Jr./Jr Oak Hill, Fla. (New Smyrna Beach) Honors and Awards 2017 Preseason: Nagurski Trophy watch list 2017: Wilma Rudolph Student-Athlete Achievement Award 2016: Third-team All-Big Ten, Academic All-Big Ten Career: Has played in 30 games with 14 starts at safety... owns 79 total tackles, 2.5 TFLs, 1.0 sack, 4 interceptions and 5 pass breakups... received medical hardship waiver for season-ending injury suffered as a freshman in Season: Earned second letter, starting all 14 games at safety... recorded 4 interceptions and 4 pass breakups... logged 60 tackles, including 32 solo stops, 2.5 TFLs and 1.0 sack... forced 1 fumble and recovered another... sealed Badgers season-opening win over No. 5 LSU in Lambeau Field College Classic on Sept. 3 by making an interception on Tigers final offensive drive, the first pick of his career... secured win over No. 7 Nebraska on Oct. 29 with fourth-down pass breakup in end zone in overtime... also logged interception and made 3 tackles vs. Nebraska... intercepted a pass in end zone and recorded career-high 9 tackles vs. No. 2 Ohio State on Oct recorded an interception and returned it 40 yards vs. Illinois on Nov recorded 7 tackles, including first career sack, and forced a fumble at No. 8 Michigan State on Sept made 7 tackles vs. No. 12 Western Michigan in Cotton Bowl on Jan also had 7 total stops at Northwestern on Nov recorded 6 tackles at Iowa on Oct recorded 4 tackles and broke up 2 passes at No. 4 Michigan on Oct logged 4 tackles and broke up a pass vs. Minnesota on Nov had 4 tackles in Big Ten Football Championship Game vs. No. 8 Penn State on Dec Season: Earned first letter, playing in all 13 games finished with 16 tackles, including 11 solo stops, as well as 1 pass breakup and 2 quarterback hurries recorded career-high 9 tackles, including 5 solo stops, in season opener vs. Alabama on Sept. 5, seeing extended action in place of starter Michael Caputo, who suffered injury in first quarter logged 2 tackles vs. Northwestern on Nov Season: Played in 3 games before suffering season-ending injury... saw action vs. Bowling Green on Sept recorded 3 tackles vs. Western Illinois on Sept made Badgers debut in season opener vs. LSU on Aug. 30 High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN.com, Rivals, Scout and 247 Sports... four-year starter at defensive back and a three-year team captain... first-team allstate by Associated Press as a senior... earned secondteam all-state honors as a junior... three-time all-area pick at defensive back and running back... Daytona Quarterback Club Player of the Week as a senior Personal: Mother is Beth Caston... brother Daryl Dixon played safety at Florida from 1999 to 2003 and is assistant coach at Ball State... major is rehabilitation psychology DIXON CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / / / Tot. 30/ DIXON CAREER GAME BY GAME 2014 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Western Ill Bowling Green UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich

37 DIXON CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 9 (2x) MR vs. Ohio State, Oct. 15, 2016 Tackles for Loss: 1.0 (2x) MR at Purdue, Nov. 19, 2016 Sacks: 1.0 at Michigan State, Sept. 24, 2016 Interceptions: 1 (4x) MR vs. Illinois, Nov. 12, 2016 Passes Defended: 2 vs. Nebraska, Oct. 29, Garret Dooley OLB Sr.#/Sr Rochester, Ill. (Rochester) Career: Played in 25 games with two starts... recorded 43 tackles, including 24 solo stops, 6.5 tackles for loss and 3.5 sacks... earned bachelor s degree in personal finance in May Season: Earned second letter, playing in all 14 games, including two starts... made a tackle vs. LSU on Sept logged 1 solo tackle vs. Akron on Sept recorded a solo tackle vs. Georgia State on Sept made 3 tackles at Michigan State on Sept garnered 7 tackles, including 5 solo tackles and 1.0 sack, at Michigan on Oct logged 4 solo tackles vs. Ohio State on Oct recorded 7 tackles, including a career-high 2.5 tackles for loss, at Iowa on Oct made a career-high 7 tackles, including 1.0 sack, vs. Nebraska on Oct recorded 2 solo tackles, including 1.0 TFL, at Northwestern on Nov logged 2 tackles vs. Illinois on Nov garnered 2 tackles, including 0.5 sack at Purdue on Nov recorded 0.5 sack vs. Minnesota on Nov logged 1 solo tackle vs. Penn State in the Big Ten Championship Game on Dec made 1 solo tackle vs. Western Michigan in the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic 2015 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 11 games recorded three tackles logged career-high two tackles vs. Rutgers on Oct. 31 also made a tackle vs. Iowa on Oct Season: Did not play 2013 Season: Redshirt season High School: Four-star recruit according to ESPN... rated three stars by Rivals and Scout... rated as the No. 18 inside linebacker according to ESPN, No. 22 by Scouts and No. 25 by Rivals... ranked as the No. 11 recruit in the state of Illinois by ESPN, No. 17 by Rivals... made 132 tackles, including 18.0 for loss and 14.5 sacks, at middle linebacker... on offense, ran for 1,456 yards and 32 touchdowns, adding 34 catches for 474 yards and five more touchdowns as a senior... Class 4A first-team all-state, ILB Lemming Award Recipient, Chicago Tribune All-State selection... first-team all-conference and Central State Eight Conference Player of the Year as a senior... as a junior, recorded 1,209 rushing yards, 598 receiving yards and 31 total touchdowns to go along with 146 tackles, 21 tackles for loss, six sacks... all-state honorable mention, first-team all-conference as a junior... two-time academic all-state pick... six-time academic all-conference selection between football and baseball... Spanish National Honor Society... head coach was Derek Leonard Personal: Parents are Barbie and Greg Dooley... cousin, Buck Casson, played football at Rice University ( )... cousin, Adam Casson, plays baseball at Parkland College (2011-present)... volunteered with the Big Buddy program, Homes for Troops and Community Service Sundays... enjoys golfing and playing the guitar... majoring in personal finance DOOLEY CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD 2013 Redshirt season 2014 Did not play / / Tot. 25/ DOOLEY CAREER GAME BY GAME 2015 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD Miami (Ohio) Troy Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich DOOLEY CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 7 (3x) MR vs. Nebraska, Oct. 29, 2016 Tackles for Loss: 2.5 at Iowa, Oct. 22, 2016 Sacks: 1.0 (2x) MR vs. Nebraska, Oct. 29, 2016 Interceptions: -- Passes Defended: Jack Dunn WR So./Fr Madison, Wis. (Edgewood) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: Second-team all-state by Associated Press as an all-purpose player as a senior, playing quarterback and defensive back honorable mention all-state by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association all-region by WFCA led Edgewood with 1,861 rushing yards (averaging 7.5 yards per carry) and 25 touchdowns 35 35

38 also passed for 714 yards and 3 TDs second-team all-conference as a junior, completing 62.2 percent of his passes for 1,356 yards and 15 TDs also rushed for 576 yards and 8 TDs also lettered in basketball Academic All-State National Honor Society high honor roll student high school coach was Alan Minnaert Personal: Parents are Robert and Julie Dunn... majoring in finance, investment and banking and real estate and urban land economics 79 David Edwards OL So./Fr Downers Grove, Ill. (North) Honors and Awards 2016: Academic All-Big Ten Notable: Former high school quarterback began career at UW as a tight end before moving to offensive line prior to start of training camp in Season: Earned first letter, playing in 13 games with 7 starts at right tackle... made Badgers debut in Lambeau Field College Classic vs. LSU on Sept made first career start vs. Nebraska on Oct. 29, lining up at right tackle... part of offensive line that helped Badgers rush for yards per game 2015 Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout All- West Suburban Conference as a senior played three seasons at quarterback for Downers Grove North, also playing defensive end, outside linebacker and long snapper helped lead team to pair of state quarterfinal appearances totaled more than 2,000 yards of offense a veer option quarterback garnered all-area status as a sophomore team captain as a senior also a four-year letterwinner and two-year team captain in basketball notched all-area honorable mention in basketball as a sophomore earned academic all-conference honors as a senior high school coach was John Wander was on the high honor roll all four years ISHA Academic Award recipient academic all-conference Personal: Parents are David and Pamela Edwards father played football at Indiana cousin, Garrett Edwards, played football at Illinois uncle, Ron Leoni, also played football at Illinois served as a volunteer coach and food pantry helper... majoring in finance, investment and banking and real estate and urban land economics 53 T.J. Edwards ILB Jr./So Lake Villa, Ill. (Lakes Community) Honors and Awards 2016: Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic Defensive MVP, honorable mention All-Big Ten (consensus) 2015: Freshman All-America (FWAA), Big Ten All- Freshman (ESPN), Big Ten Freshman of the Week (Oct. 19) Career: Has made 25 starts in 26 games played owns 173 tackles, 15.0 TFLs, 3.0 sacks, 2 forced fumbles and 6 pass breakups started all 13 games for UW unit that ranked No. 1 nationally in scoring defense (13.7 ppg) and No. 2 in total defense (268.5 ypg) in 2015 led Badgers in tackles in each of first two seasons 2016 Season: Earned second letter, playing in 13 games with 12 starts finished with a team-best 89 tackles, including 8.5 TFLs and 3.0 sacks also recorded 2 pass breakups and 3 interceptions... had 10 tackles, an interception and a forced fumble in the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic vs. Western Michigan on Jan. 2, earning Defensive MVP honors logged 11 tackles, including 8 solo stops and a career-best 2.0 TFLs, against Minnesota on Nov. 26 had 11 tackles, 7 unassisted, at Michigan on Oct. 1 also recorded 11 tackles vs. Georgia State on Sept. 17 logged an interception, a sack and 1.0 TFL vs. Purdue on Nov Season: Earned first letter, starting all 13 games at inside linebacker led team with 84 tackles logged 6.5 tackles for loss, forced a fumble and recorded four pass breakups made 12 tackles, including 1.0 TFL, in Badgers debut vs. Alabama on Sept. 5 recorded career-high 16 tackles, including 1.5 TFLs and a forced fumble, vs. Purdue on Oct. 17, earning Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors tallied nine total stops at Nebraska on Oct. 10 had eight tackles, including 1.0 TFLs, vs. Northwestern on Nov. 21 finished with seven total stops vs. Iowa on Oct. 3 made six tackles vs. Minnesota on Nov. 28 had four total tackles, including 1.0 TFL, in Holiday Bowl vs. USC on Dec. 30 made five stops at Maryland on Nov Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star recruit by Rivals and Scout... honorable mention all-state by the Illinois High School Football Coaches Association as a junior and senior... first-team All-North Suburban Conference and all-area pick as a junior and senior... as a senior, posted 20 tackles, 2 TFLs, 2 sacks and an interception in only three games on defense, while throwing for 11 TDs in limited action on offense... as a junior, threw for 1,789 yards and 19 touchdowns while rushing for 492 yards and another 11 scores... finished career with 17-3 record as Lakes starting quarterback, throwing for over 2,500 yards and 30 touchdowns... also ran for 854 yards and 16 TDs in two seasons as QB... also lettered four years in basketball and two in baseball... high school coach was Luke Mertens Personal: Parents are Cathy and Vince Edwards... broth

39 er Lee Chiakas played rugby at Southern Illinois from major is life sciences communication EDWARDS CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / / Tot. 26/ EDWARDS CAREER GAME BY GAME 2015 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich EDWARDS CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 16 vs. Purdue, Oct. 17, 2015 Tackles for Loss: 2.0 (2x) MR vs. Minnesota, Nov. 26, 2016 Sacks: 1.0 (3x) MR at Purdue, Nov. 19, 2016 Interceptions: 1 (3x) MR vs. W. Michigan, Jan. 2, 2017 Passes Defended: 2 vs. Illinois, Oct. 24, Jason Erdmann OL Jr./So Richfield, Wis. (Slinger) 2016 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 13 games... made Badgers debut vs. Akron on Sept Season: Redshirt season High School: As a senior, named first-team all-state by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association second-team all-state by Associated Press three-time first-team All-Little Ten Conference defensive lineman two-time first-team all-conference offensive lineman twotime all-area selection 2014 West Bend Daily News Defensive Player of the Year recorded 72 tackles, including 10 tackles for loss, six sacks and three blocked kicks as a senior also rushed for one touchdown as a junior, registered 54 tackles, including seven for loss, one sack and two forced fumbles as a sophomore, tallied 67 tackles, including 13 for loss, two sacks and two blocked kicks three-time team lineman of the year two-time team captain in football also lettered in basketball and was team captain as a senior landed on the academic honor roll seven semesters coach was Bill Jacklin Personal: Parents are Jeff and Kristen Erdmann WIAA certified basketball referee has coached youth football and basketball enjoys snowmobiling, hunting and building... life sciences communication major 18 Arrington Farrar ILB Jr./Jr Atlanta, Ga. (Woodward Academy) Honors and Awards 2016: Academic All-Big Ten Career: Played in 26 total games... recorded 13 tackles, including 10 solo stops and a forced fumble 2016 Season: Earned second letter, playing in all 14 games... finished with 7 tackles, including 5 solo stops, and 1 forced fumble... recorded 1 solo tackle and a forced fumble vs. LSU on Sept logged 2 tackles, including 1 solo tackle, at Michigan State on Sept made 1 solo tackle at Michigan on Oct recorded 1 solo tackle vs. Ohio State on Oct made 1 tackle vs. Nebraska on Oct logged 1 solo tackle at Purdue on Nov Season: Earned first letter, playing in 12 games finished with six tackles, including five solo stops, as well as one quarterback hurry recorded two tackles vs. Troy on Sept. 19 and vs. Northwestern on Nov. 21 High School: Four-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout selected for 2015 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl first-team Class AAAA all-state selection at defensive back racked up 107 tackles, six TFLs, two fumble recoveries, one forced fumble and one blocked field goal as a senior also snagged two interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown, and had seven pass breakups helped lead Woodward Academy to 2014 Georgia Class AAAA state semifinals, making 12 tackles and breaking up two passes in semifinal game two-time first-team all-region, two-time firstteam all-metro (South Fulton) and two-time first-team all-state selection made Metro Atlanta All-Star team as a senior and participated in the Rising Senior Bowl as a junior finished two-year varsity career with 205 tackles, eight TFLs, five interceptions, three forced fumbles and two blocked kicks team captain as a senior high school coach was John Hunt also lettered four years in track and field earned a Gold Eagle for a gradepoint average above 3.8 as a freshman and a Silver Eagle (3.2 GPA and above) as a sophomore and junior Personal: Parents are Felicia Perkins and Tony Farrar cousin, Jonathan Perry, played football at North Carolina grandfather, Armond Farrar, played football 37 37

40 at Albany State University member of school s Service Leadership board active in student government was a Franklin D. Watkins Award Finalist... major is finance, investment and banking Personal: Parents are James Fenton and Janelle Fenton volunteered with Tuesday s Table meal program for those in need enjoys outdoor activities, including hunting and fishing FARRAR CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / / Tot. 26/ FARRAR CAREER GAME BY GAME 2015 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich FARRAR CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 2 (3x) MR at Michigan St., Sept. 24, 2016 Tackles for Loss: -- Sacks: -- Interceptions: -- Passes Defended: Alex Fenton OL Fr./Fr Menomonie, Wis. (Menomonie) High School: Three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN and Scout first-team all-state by Associated Press and Wisconsin Football Coaches Association finalist for Joe Thomas Award presented to state s top senior offensive lineman first-team All-Big Rivers Conference as a senior part of offensive line that allowed just 1 sack on 265 pass plays during senior season moved to offensive line full time as a senior after playing defensive tackle and tight end as a junior honorable mention all-conference as a junior named team s Most Valuable Underclassman as a junior also lettered in hockey and track coach was Joe La Buda Jake Ferguson TE Fr./Fr Madison, Wis. (Madison Memorial) High School: Four-star recruit by 247 Sports and ESPN, three-star recruit by Rivals and Scout selected for finals of Nike s The Opening, rating as No. 2 tight end nationally finished career with 1,795 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns defensively, tallied 314 total tackles, 29 TFLs, 5 sacks, 5 interceptions and 4 forced fumbles as a junior, named first-team All-Big Eight Conference as a wide receiver and linebacker made All-Southwest Region at wide receiver by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association as a junior caught 63 passes for 991 yards and 8 TDs as a junior, while also recording 99 tackles and 6 TFLs second-team All-Big Eight as a sophomore finished sophomore season with 133 tackles, including 22 TFLs and 2 sacks, and 3 interceptions three-year team captain helped lead Memorial to Division 1 state semifinal in basketball as a senior, earning third-team All-Big Eight Conference honors honorable mention all-conference honors in basketball as a junior also lettered in baseball coach was Adam Smith Personal: Parents are Brad Ferguson and Dawn Ferguson father played football at Nebraska brother, Joe, plays safety for the Badgers grandson of UW Director of Athletics and former football head coach Barry Alvarez 8 Joe Ferguson S Sr.#/Sr Madison, Wis. (Memorial) Honors and Awards 2016: Academic All-Big Ten 2015: Academic All-Big Ten 2014: Academic All-Big Ten Career: Has played in 44 games with 1 start owns 31 total tackles, including 0.5 TFL 2016 Season: Earned third letter, playing in all 14 games... finished with 7 total tackles... recorded 1 tackle vs. Akron on Sept logged 1 solo tackle at Michigan State on Sept garnered 3 total tackles, including 2 solo stops vs. Nebraska on Oct recorded 1 tackle vs. Illinois on Nov logged 1 solo tackle at Purdue on Nov Season: Earned second letter, appearing in 12 games finished with 10 total tackles recorded career-high 5 tackles vs. Rutgers on Oct. 31 made 3 total stops vs. Minnesota on Nov. 28

41 2014 Season: Earned first letter, playing in all 14 games with 1 start... finished with 14 total tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss... made first career start at safety vs. South Florida on Sept recorded a career-high 4 tackles, including 0.5 TFL, in season opener vs. LSU on Aug tallied 2 tackles at Iowa on Nov made 2 tackles vs. Nebraska on Nov made 2 tackles vs. Maryland on Oct recorded 1 tackle at Purdue on Nov defended a pass at Rutgers on Nov registered 1 tackle at Northwestern on Oct recorded 1 tackle vs. Bowling Green on Sept Season: Granted medical redshirt... tallied 1 tackle at Ohio State on Sept registered a QB hurry vs. Purdue on Sept saw action at Arizona State on Sept made his Badgers debut vs. Tennessee Tech on Sept. 7 High School: Threw for 1,454 yards and 13 touchdowns while rushing for 406 yards and 11 touchdowns as a senior... first-team all-region, first-team all-conference quarterback, second-team all-conference defensive back, all-city quarterback, team captain... named to the 2012 IMG All-Madden Team... ranked as the secondbest quarterback in Wisconsin by Wissports... threw for 1,247 yards and nine touchdowns in an injury shortened junior season, while rushing for 415 yards and five more touchdowns... won all-city quarterback as a sophomore... high school coach was Mike Galindo Personal: Parents are Dawn and Brad Ferguson... father played football at the University of Nebraska ( )... grandson of UW Director of Athletics Barry Alvarez... volunteered at Wisconsin high school state football games and as a Little League coach... majoring in real estate and urban land economics... participated in study abroad program in Rome in summer of 2016 FERGUSON CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / / / / Tot. 44/ FERGUSON CAREER GAME BY GAME 2013 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD Tenn. Tech at Arizona St Purdue at Ohio State UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Western Ill Bowling Green South Florida at N western Illinois Maryland at Rutgers at Purdue Nebraska at Iowa Minnesota vs Ohio State vs Auburn WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 2015 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Iowa Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich FERGUSON CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 5 vs. Rutgers, Oct. 31, 2015 Tackles for Loss: 0.5 vs. LSU, Aug. 30, 2014 Sacks: -- Interceptions: -- Passes Defended: Lubern Figaro CB Sr./Sr Everett, Mass. (Everett) Career: Has played in 38 games with 11 starts owns 54 tackles, including 2.5 TFLs, as well as 7 pass breakups and an interception 2016 Season: Earned third letter, playing in all 14 games with 4 starts finished the season with 29 tackles, including 21 solo stops logged 2 tackles and a careerbest 3 pass breakups against Northwestern on Nov. 5 had 4 tackles, a forced fumble and a pass breakup vs. Iowa on Oct. 22 recorded a sack and a pass breakup against Minnesota on Nov. 26 had a career-high 4 tackles vs. Georgia State on Sept. 17, vs. Ohio State on Oct. 15, at Iowa on Oct. 22 and at Purdue on Nov Season: Earned second letter, playing in 11 games recorded a solo tackle in Holiday Bowl vs. USC on Dec Season: Earned first letter, playing in 13 games with seven starts... started at safety in first career game, recording one tackle in season opener vs. LSU on Aug started four of first five career games... grabbed first career interception and returned it 43 yards vs. Bowling Green on Sept made four tackles, including 1.0 tackle for loss vs. Minnesota on Nov. 39

42 29... recorded four tackles at Northwestern on Oct forced a fumble and logged three tackles vs. South Florida on Sept logged three tackles vs. Auburn in Outback Bowl on Jan tallied two tackles vs. Ohio State in Big Ten Football Championship Game on Dec made two tackles vs. Nebraska on Nov tallied two tackles vs. Western Illinois on Sept recorded one tackle at Rutgers on Nov. 1 High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN.com, Scout and 247 Sports... finished career with 117 tackles, 9 sacks, 7 interceptions and 13 pass breakups... part of three Massachusetts Division 1A state championship teams at Everett... as a senior, named All-Scholastic by the Boston Globe after posting 50 tackles, four sacks, three interceptions and five pass breakups... as a junior, recorded 37 tackles, five sacks and three interceptions... also played basketball... high school coach was John Dibiaso Personal: Parents are Lubren and Phanise Figaro... cousin Nerlens Noel played basketball at Kentucky and now plays for Philadelphia 76ers... cousin Jim Noel played football at Boston College from cousin Rodman Noel plays linebacker at NC State... human development and family studies major FIGARO CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / / / Tot. 38/ FIGARO CAREER GAME BY GAME 2014 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Western Ill Bowling Green South Florida at N western Maryland at Rutgers at Purdue Nebraska Minnesota vs Ohio State vs Auburn UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Purdue Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich FIGARO CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 4 (6x) MR at Purdue, Nov. 19, 2016 Tackles for Loss: 1.0 (2x) MR at Purdue, Nov. 19, 2016 Sacks: -- Interceptions: 1 vs. Bowling Green, Sept. 20, 2014 Passes Defended: 3 at Northwestern, Nov. 5, Ricky Finco WR Sr./Jr Hartland, Wis. (Arrowhead/UW-Whitewater) 2016 Season: Earned first letter, seeing action in 12 games on special teams returned 2 punts for a total of 16 yards returned a punt for 15 yards against Akron on Sept. 10, setting the Badgers up for a touchdown on the following possession also returned a punt vs. Illinois on Nov Season: Redshirt season 2014 Season (at UW-Whitewater): Named Offensive Newcomer of the Year on team that claimed secondconsecutive NCAA Division III national championship appeared in 12 games finished fourth on the team in receptions (23) and fifth in receiving yards (242) averaged 10.5 yards per catch tied for third on the team with four touchdown receptions return nine kickoffs for 159 yards (17.7 average) returned two punts for 9 yards had a total of 410 all-purpose yards recorded six tackles on special teams caught three passes for 16 yards, including a 7-yard touchdown, against No. 2 Mount Union in the Stagg Bowl national championship game on Dec. 19 recorded four receptions for 55 yards, including a season-long reception of 38 yards and added 41 kick return yards for a season-high total of 96 all-purpose yards in the Dec. 6 win over No. 5 Wartburg in the NCAA quarterfinals also returned a kickoff for 16 yards in the Warhawks win over Mount Union had season highs in receptions (7) and yards (62) in the win over UW-River Falls on Nov. 15 notched a seasonbest 41 kick return yards and 11 punt return yards in the victory over Waldorf on Sept. 5 High School: Ranked as No. 18 recruit in the state of Wisconsin by 247 Sports honorable mention all-state by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association as a senior first-team All-Classic 8 Conference and first-team all-region helped lead Arrowhead to 2013 Division 1 state championship caught 43 passes for 1,015 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior... averaged 23.6 yards per catch also lettered in basketball and track Personal: Physical education major

43 FINCO CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Att Yds TD Y/C LG / Totals 12/ FINCO CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Rec Yds TD Y/C LG / Totals 12/ FINCO CAREER PUNT RETURN STATISTICS Year GP/GS Ret Yds TD Avg Lg / Totals 12/ FINCO CAREER GAME-BY-GAME PUNT RETURNS 2016 Ret Yds TD Avg Lg Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State FINCO CAREER HIGHS Receptions: -- Receiving Yards: -- Receiving TDs: -- Long Reception: -- Punt Returns: 1 (2x) MR vs. Illinois, Nov. 12, 2016 Punt Return Yards: 15 vs. Akron, Sept. 10, 2016 Punt Return TDs: -- Long Punt Return: 15 vs. Akron, Sept. 10, Troy Fumagalli TE Sr.#/Sr Aurora, Ill. (Waubonsie Valley) Honors and Awards 2017 (Preseason): First-team All-America (Athlon), firstteam All-Big Ten (Athlon) 2016: Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic Offensive MVP, second-team All-Big Ten (coaches), third-team All-Big Ten (media) 2015: All-Big Ten honorable mention (consensus) 2014: Academic All-Big Ten Notable: Former walk-on earned scholarship prior to 2015 season Career: Has played in 39 games with 20 starts owns 89 catches for 1,080 yards and 3 touchdowns 2016 Season: Earned third letter, starting all 14 games at tight end recorded 47 receptions for 580 yards, more than doubling his previous career totals also recorded 2 touchdowns caught 6 passes for 83 yards and recorded vital fourth-quarter touchdown in Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic vs. Western Michigan on Jan. 2, earning Offensive MVP honors had a 41 career-high 7 receptions for 100 yards in Lambeau Field College Classic vs. LSU on Sept. 3 scored a touchdown against Iowa on Oct. 22, making 2 catches for 38 yards 2015 Season: Earned second letter, playing in 11 games with four starts caught 28 passes for a total of 313 yards and one touchdown caught six passes for 60 yards, both career highs, and scored first career touchdown at Nebraska on Oct. 10 made catches of 7 and 23 yards on final offensive drive to set up game-winning field goal at Nebraska logged five receptions for 52 yards at Illinois on Oct. 24 caught three passes for 55 yards, including career-long 31-yard reception, vs. Rutgers on Oct. 31 made four catches for 45 yards vs. Purdue on Oct. 17 had two receptions for 36 yards in Holiday Bowl vs. USC on Dec. 30 caught two passes for 28 yards vs. Northwestern on Nov. 28 made three catches for 22 yards vs. Iowa on Oct Season: Earned first letter, playing in all 14 games with two starts at tight end... finished season with 14 catches for 187 yards... had exactly one catch in 10 straight games from Sept. 6 to Nov made first career start and had one reception for a career-high 28 yards at Purdue on Nov earned start and recorded one catch for 12 yards at Iowa on Nov grabbed two catches for 18 yards vs. Auburn in Outback Bowl on Jan. 1, including a 14-yard grab on third down to set up game-winning field goal in overtime... caught two passes for 24 yards in the Big Ten Football Championship Game vs. Ohio State on Dec tallied one reception vs. Nebraska on Nov caught one pass for 18 yards at Rutgers on Nov recorded one reception for 17 yards vs. Maryland on Oct tallied one catch for 12 yards vs. Illinois on Oct registered one reception for 11 yards at Northwestern on Oct logged one reception for 14 yards vs. South Florida on Sept recorded one catch for 22 yards vs. Bowling Green on Sept had one reception for 10 yards vs. Western Illinois 2013 Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN, Rivals and Scout... ranked as No. 32 tight end in class by ESPN... finished career with 172 tackles, four sacks and six deflected passes... also had 64 receptions for 1,770 yards... also lettered in baseball... academic all-state selection... four-time academic all-conference honoree... high honor roll student... coach was Paul Murphy Personal: Parents are Doug and Char Fumagalli... father played football at Holy Cross... brother, Drew, played baseball at Dayton... brother, Ross, played football at Dayton... participated in Link Crew and Young Life... volunteered with Feed My Starving Children and Harvest Sunday collections... hobbies are golf and biking... finance, investment and banking major FUMAGALLI CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Rec Yds TD Y/C LG / / / Totals 39/

44 FUMAGALLI CAREER GAME BY GAME Rushing Receiving 2014 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg vs LSU Western Ill Bowling Green South Florida at N western Illinois Maryland at Rutgers at Purdue Nebraska at Iowa Minnesota vs Ohio State vs Auburn Rushing Receiving 2015 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg vs Alabama Troy Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC Rushing Receiving 2016 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich FUMAGALLI CAREER HIGHS Receptions: 7 (2x) MR vs. Ohio State, Oct. 15, 2016 Receiving Yards: 100 vs. LSU, Sept. 3, 2016 Receiving TDs: 1 (3x) MR vs. W. Michigan, Jan. 2, 2017 Long Reception: 31 vs. Rutgers, Oct. 31, Rafael Gaglianone K Sr./Jr Sao Paulo, Brazil (Chattanooga (Tenn.) Baylor) Honors and Awards 2014: All-Big Ten honorable mention (consensus) Notable: Changed number to 27 (previously wore No. 10) prior to 2016 season in honor of former Nebraska kicker Sam Foltz, who was killed in auto accident in July received medical hardship waiver for seasonending injury suffered in third game of 2016 season Career: Has played in 29 games, serving as Badgers field goal and PAT kicker over his three seasons owns 4 game-winning field goals, most in school history converted game-winning kicks in Badgers bowl wins in 2015 Outback and 2015 Holiday bowls converted a 47-yard game-winning kick in 2016 season-opener over No. 5 LSU in Lambeau Field College Classic on Sept. 3 ranks No. 5 all-time at UW with 44 career made field goals ranks third all-time in field goal percentage at 77.2% (44-for-57) ranks third in Badgers history with 109 made PATs PAT percentage of 98.2% (109-for- 111) ranks first in school history... converted 14 consecutive field goal attempts to end his freshman season in 2014, matching Vitaly Pisetsky (1999) for the longest streak in school history... went 2-for-3 from beyond 50 yards as freshman, becoming third UW player, and first freshman, in school history to hit multiple 50-yard field goals in a season (51 vs. LSU, 50 at Iowa) 2016 Season: Earned third letter, playing in 3 games before being sidelined by back injury went 7-for-8 on field goal attempts with a long of 48 yards went 10-for-10 on PATs went 3-for-3 and delivered the game-winning field goal in Wisconsin s season opening win in Lambeau Field College Classic vs. LSU on Sept. 3 went 7-for-7 on PATs against Akron on Sept Season: Earned second letter, playing in all 13 games attempted 27 field goals, second-most in school history went 18-for-27 (.667) on field goal attempts, with a long of 49 yards went 40-for-40 on PATs delivered game-winning field goals at Nebraska on Oct. 10 and in Holiday Bowl vs. USC on Dec. 30 went 3-for-3 vs. USC and hit 29-yarder with 2:27 remaining to provide win converted 46-yarder with 4 seconds remaining to give UW lead in win over Nebraska went 3-for-3 on field goals vs. Miami (Ohio) on Sept. 12 converted 2 of 3 field goals, including a 46-yarder, vs. Iowa on Oct. 3 went 2-for-2 with a long of 49 vs. Rutgers on Oct Season: Earned first letter, playing in 13 games as Badgers field goal specialist... converted 19 of 22 field goal attempts for a percentage of.864 that ranked No. 8 among FBS kickers and stands No. 2 on Wisconsin s single-season list... was good on final 14 field goal attempts of the season... went 14-for-15 on field goals inside 40 yards... converted 59 of 61 PATs, the secondhighest total in a season in UW history... went 2-for-2 on field goals vs. Auburn in Outback Bowl on Jan. 1, kicking 29-yarder to tie game with 7 seconds remaining and then converting 25-yard game-winner in overtime... made his Badgers debut by booting a 51-yard field goal vs. LSU on Aug. 30, becoming second UW freshman to make a 50-yarder on his first career attempt... went 2-for-2 at Iowa on Nov. 22, connecting on a 50-yard attempt... went 2-for-2 vs. Minnesota on Nov recorded a career-high three field goal attempts, and made a career-best three field goals, going 3-for-3 at Rutgers on Nov went 1-for-1 vs. Nebraska on Nov. 15 and vs. Maryland on Oct went 2-for-2 on field goals vs. South Florida on Sept. 27 and vs. Bowling Green on Sept recorded a career high with eight 42 42

45 made PATs against Bowling Green... went 1-for-2 on field goals vs. Illinois on Oct. 11, converting a 44-yarder... went 0-for-1 at Northwestern on Oct. 4 High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN.com, Scout and 247 Sports... named Tennessee Mr. Football Kicker of the Year after going 10-for-14 on field goals with a long of 57 yards and sending 42 of 44 kickoff attempts through the end zone... finalist for Tennessee Mr. Football... two-time all-state and all-region selection... selected for Tennessee Athletic Coaches Association East-West All-Star Game... has also lettered three years in soccer, helping lead Baylor to state title as a sophomore... high school coach was Phil Massey Personal: Parents are Eduardo Gaglianone and Marta Nogueira... brother Thiago Gaglianone played soccer at Cal Lutheran... enjoys surfing... life sciences communication major GAGLIANONE CAREER KICKING STATISTICS Year G/S FGM FGA FG% Lg PAT PAT% / / / Tot. 29/ GAGLIANONE CAREER GAME BY GAME Field Goals Kickoffs PAT 2014 M-A Lg Bk No Yds Avg TB OB M-A vs LSU Western Ill Bowling Green South Florida at N western Illinois Maryland at Rutgers at Purdue Nebraska at Iowa Minnesota vs Auburn Field Goals Kickoffs PAT 2015 M-A Lg Bk No Yds Avg TB OB M-A vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC Field Goals Kickoffs PAT 2016 M-A Lg Bk No Yds Avg TB OB M-A vs LSU Akron Georgia State GAGLIANONE CAREER HIGHS FG Made: 3 (6x) MR vs. Georgia St., Sept. 17, 2016 FG Attempted: 5 at Nebraska, Oct. 10, 2015 Long FG: 51 vs. LSU, Aug. 30, WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK PAT Made: 8 vs. Nebraska, Nov. 15, 2014 PAT Attempted: 8 vs. Nebraska, Nov. 15, 2014 Kickoffs: 2 vs. Western Ill., Sept. 6, 2014 Kickoff Yards: 120 vs. Western Ill., Sept. 6, 2014 Kickoff Average: 60.0 vs. Western Ill., Sept. 6, Griffin Grady OLB So./So Dublin, Ohio (Coffman) 2016 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 12 games... finished with 4 total tackles, including 2 solo stops... recorded 1 solo tackle vs. Akron on Sept notched 1 tackle vs. Ohio State on Oct garnered 2 tackles, including 1 solo tackle, vs. Illinois on Nov. 12 High School: Four-star prospect by Scout three-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN and Rivals Columbus Dispatch All-Metro selection and first-team All-Ohio Capital Conference as a senior, recording 151 tackles, 13 TFLs, 5 sacks, 4 forced fumbles, interception and 9 pass breakups special mention All-Metro and secondteam All-OCC as a junior, finishing with 119 tackles, 13 TFLs, 5.5 sacks, 1 forced fumble, 2 interceptions and 5 pass breakups team MVP as a senior two-year team captain finished three-year varsity career with 285 tackles, 28 TFLs, 12.5 sacks, 6 forced fumbles, 3 interceptions, 14 pass breakups and 3 blocked punts also lettered in basketball National Honor Society member high school coach was Mark Crabtree Personal: Parents are Rob Grady and Keyburn Grady mother played basketball at UMass from and was team s leading scorer as a senior uncle, Mark Grady, played football at Eastern Illinois from GRADY CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / Tot. 12/ GRADY CAREER GAME BY GAME 2016 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich GRADY CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 2 vs. Illinois, Nov. 12, 2016 Tackles for Loss: -- Sacks: -- Interceptions: -- Passes Defended: -- 43

46 22 Cade Green WR Fr./Fr Austin, Texas (Lake Travis) High School: Three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout finished career with 194 receptions for 2,965 yards and 37 touchdowns helped lead Lake Travis to Class 6A Division I state championship as a senior, making 56 catches for 1,044 yards and 13 TDs second-team All-Central Texas as a senior thirdteam All-Central Texas as a junior honorable mention all-state by Texas Sports Writers Association as a junior, with 72 receptions for 1,172 yards and 14 TDs firstteam all-district as a junior and senior second-team all-district as a sophomore, recording 57 receptions for 702 yards and 8 touchdowns two-time team offensive MVP team captain as a senior also played lacrosse, earning first-team all-state and team MVP honors as a junior three-time academic all-district selection.. coach was Hank Carter Personal: Parents are Todd and Brenda Green godfather, Doug Piper, played quarterback at the University of San Diego ( ) uncle, Don Fialek, played football at Ferris State uncle, Jim Ellington, competed in track at Rice ( ) great-grandfather, Luther Reynolds, competed in wrestling at Navy enjoys fishing and hunting 50 Izayah Green-May OLB Fr./Fr Bolingbrook, Ill. (Bolingbrook) High School: Three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout three-time defensive MVP at Bolingbrook coach was John Ivlow Personal: Parents are Elvin Green and Vanessa May enjoys music, drawing, poetry and writing 37 Garrett Groshek RB So./Fr Amherst Junction, Wis. (Amherst) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: Named state Offensive Player of the Year by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association as a senior, leading Amherst to Division 5 state championship... first-team all-state by WFCA and Associated Press... Dave Kreig Award as state s top senior quarterback... as a senior, completed 68.8 percent of his passes for 2,398 yards and 41 touchdowns against three interceptions... also rushed for 1,432 yards and 16 TDs... led Amherst to state semifinals in all three years as varsity quarterback, including runner-up finish in 2014 and state title in honorable mention all-state by Associated Press as a junior in 2014, throwing for 1,825 yards and 16 touchdowns while rushing for 1,281 yards 20 TDs... three-time first-team All-Central Wisconsin Conference 8 selection and two-time league player of the year... finished career with 5,236 passing yards and 72 TD passes... rushed for 4,447 yards and 57 TDs... WIAA Scholar Athlete... also lettered in basketball, baseball, track and golf... coach was Mark Lusic Personal: Parents are Jill and Wayne Groshek... National Honor Society member... hobbies including golfing and video games... volunteered as coach and official for youth sports programs... personal finance major 89 Deron Harrell WR Fr./Fr Denver, Colo. (East) High School: Three-star prospect by ESPN... Denver Prep League Offensive MVP and first-team all-conference pick as a senior, completing 61.5 percent of his passes for 1,347 yards and 17 touchdowns along with 330 rushing yards... also first-team all-conference at defensive back, logging four interceptions... secondteam all-conference at defensive back as a junior, recording three INTs... first-team all-conference at QB as a sophomore, throwing for 1,621 yards and 17 touchdowns... two-year team captain... three-time team MVP also a four-year starter in basketball... second-team all-state selection and first-team All-Denver Prep League as a sophomore, helping East win Class 5A state championship... high school coach was Spencer Colter Personal: Parents are Damian Harrell and Lani Harrell... father played football at Florida State and is a member of Arena Football League Hall of Fame, standing as league s career record-holder in receptions (1,164), receiving yards (15,134), and touchdown receptions (357)... father was two-time Arena League Offensive MVP (2005, 2006) and was named one of 10 best players in league history in Matt Henningsen DE Fr./Fr Menomonee Falls, Wis. (Menomonee Falls) High School: First-team all-state by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association, both as offensive lineman and defensive lineman second-team all-state by Associated Press swept Greater Metro Conference Offensive Lineman of the Year and Defensive Lineman of the Year awards as a senior first-team All-Greater Metro Conference as an offensive lineman junior and senior seasons also first-team all-conference as a defensive lineman as a senior WFCA All-Region as a junior two-time team captain also lettered in basketball and track and field team captain in basketball four-year high honor roll student named scholar athlete as a senior... National Honor Society National Spanish Honor Society National Science Honor Society coach was Dan Lutz 44 44

47 Personal: Parents are Peter and Helen Henningsen volunteered with local football and basketball programs and helped raise money for the MACC Fund 20 Faion Hicks CB Fr./Fr Miami, Fla. (Flanagan) High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN, Rivals and Scout finished career with 7 interceptions and 75 tackles rushed for 1,356 yards and 13 touchdowns second-team All-Broward County by South Florida Sun Sentinel as a senior after helping lead Flanagan to regional semifinals recorded 30 tackles and 3 interceptions as a senior selected for Miami Dolphins Dade vs. Broward All-Star Game as a junior, helped clinch Flanagan s state title with fourth-quarter touchdown run in 2015 Class 8A championship game honorable mention All-Broward County as a sophomore and junior rushed for 856 yards and 8 touchdowns as a sophomore ran for 500 yards and 3 TDs as a junior three-year team captain coach was Standford Samuels Personal: Parents are Dhalid Johnson and Schevette Glinton enjoys playing chess 39 Zach Hintze K Jr./So Fond du Lac, Wis. (St. Mary s Springs) 2016 Season: Did not play 2015 Season: Redshirt season High School: Kohl s All-American as a senior named MVP of Wisconsin Division 6 state championship game after leading St. Mary s Springs to title and setting state championship record with 49-yard field goal 2014 Kevin Stemke Award winner as the state s top senior kicker kicked state-record 61-yard field goal in 2014 playoff game, earning Kohl s Kicking National Player of the Week for breaking 68-year-old record firstteam all-state kicker by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association and Associated Press went 15-for-20 on field goal attempts as a senior finished career 21-for- 30 on field goals with no misses under 40 yards twotime unanimous All-Badgerland Conference pick at kicker as a senior, named All-Badgerland as a defensive back also lettered in basketball, soccer and track and field honor roll student coach was Bob Hyland Personal: Parents are Dan and Jean Hintze twice named Key Club District Award winner as outstanding volunteer four-year Key Club Commitment to Excellence Award recipient performed hundreds of hours of community service for several organizations worked three summers as a volunteer at Agnesian Healthcare traveled on mission trips to the Philippines and Dominican Republic... major is biology 45 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 96 Billy Hirschfeld DE Sr./Jr Okauchee, Wis. (Hartland Arrowhead) Career: Played in 16 games... recorded 5 tackles, including 1.0 TFL and a pass breakup 2016 Season: Earned second letter, playing in 12 games... finished with 2 tackles... recorded 1 tackle vs. Illinois on Nov made 1 solo tackle vs. Minnesota on Nov Season: Earned first letter, playing in four games recorded three tackles, including 1.0 TFL also logged one pass breakup recorded one tackle each vs. Miami (Ohio) on Sept. 12, vs. Troy on Sept. 19 and vs. Hawaii on Sept. 26 logged first career TFL vs. Miami (Ohio) 2014 Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN.com, Rivals, Scout and 247 Sports... played for Team USA in International Bowl... finished career with 184 tackles, 49 TFLs, 35 sacks, 9 forced fumbles, 8 pass breakups and 2 blocked field goals... recipient of Tim Krumrie Award as top defensive lineman in Wisconsin... first-team all-state selection by Associated Press and Wisconsin Football Coaches Association as a junior and senior, helping lead Arrowhead to consecutive Division 1 state titles... as a senior, named Classic 8 Conference Co-Defensive Player of the Year after recording 68 tackles, 21 TFLs, 15 sacks, 5 pass breakups and 4 forced fumbles... two-time firstteam all-region, all-area and All-Classic 8 selection... as a junior, recorded 64 tackles, 17 TFLs, 11 sacks, 3 forced fumbles... also had 52 tackles, 11 TFLs, 9 sacks and 2 forced fumbles as a sophomore... also lettered three years in basketball... head coach was Greg Malling Personal: Parents are Ronnie and Antoinette Hirschfeld... has a sister, Anne... selected to Principal s Cabinet... major is life sciences communication HIRSCHFELD CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / / Tot. 16/ HIRSCHFELD CAREER GAME BY GAME 2015 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Rutgers UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Akron Michigan State Michigan Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich

48 HIRSCHFELD CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 1 (5x) MR vs. Minnesota, Nov. 26, 2016 Tackles for Loss: 1.0 (2x) MR vs. Troy, Sept. 19, 2015 Sacks: -- Interceptions: -- Passes Defended: 1 vs. Hawai i, Sept. 26, Alex Hornibrook QB Jr./So West Chester, Pa. (Malvern Prep) Honors and Awards 2016: Academic All-Big Ten Notable: Made first career start at Michigan State on Sept. 24, 2016, leading Badgers to 30-6 win... started 9 consecutive games before being sidelined by injury suffered on Nov. 26 vs. Minnesota 2016 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 12 games with 9 starts... completed 58.6% of his passes (106 of 181) for 1,262 yards, 9 touchdowns and 7 interceptions... passing yardage total of 1,262 was second-best by a freshman in school history... went 16-for-26 for 195 yards and 1 touchdown in first career start at No. 8 Michigan State on Sept completed 16 of 28 passes for 214 yards, 1 touchdown and 1 interception vs. No. 2 Ohio State on Oct was 10-for-16 for 71 yards with 1 touchdown pass and 1 interception in overtime win over No. 7 Nebraska on Oct entered game vs. Georgia State on Sept. 17 and completed 8 of 12 passes for 122 yards and a touchdown to lead comeback win... went 2-for-2 for 19 yards and 1 touchdown vs. No. 12 Western Michigan in Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic, helping Badgers match Cotton Bowl record for highest team completion percentage (92.9%, 13-for-14)... completed 11 of 19 passes for 197 yards at Iowa on Oct went 11-for-19 for 92 yards at Northwestern on Nov completed 7 of 12 passes for 85 yards and 1 touchdown vs. Illinois on Nov went 7-for-9 for 89 yards and 1 touchdown at Purdue on Nov made Badgers debut vs. Akron on Sept. 3, going 5-for-5 for 61 yards and recording first career touchdown pass 2015 Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN. com, Rivals and Scout as a senior, completed 63 percent of his passes for a school-record 2,156 yards and school-record 26 touchdowns finished career with a school-record 3,356 passing yards and 38 touchdowns winner of 2014 Pennsylvania Mini Max Award from Maxwell Football Club first-team All-Inter-Academic League as a senior also named first-team All-Main Line and first-team All-City by the Philadelphia Daily News three-year team captain at Malvern Prep high school coach was Aaron Brady Personal: Parents are Jeff and Dawn Hornibrook father, Jeff, played football at Temple great uncle John Hornibrook played football at Miami (Fla.) uncle Ben Davis was No. 2 pick in 1995 Major League Baseball Draft and went on to play for Padres, Mariners and White Sox distinguished honor roll student member of National Honor Society volunteer for Make-A-Wish Foundation National Spanish Award Distinguished Honors... majoring in real estate and urban land economics HORNIBROOK CAREER PASSING STATISTICS Year G/S C A Int Yds TD Pct Lg Effic / Tot. 12/ HORNIBROOK CAREER GAME BY GAME PASSING 2016 Start Att Cmp Int Pct Yards TD Effic Akron Georgia St Michigan St. * Michigan * Ohio State * Iowa * Nebraska * Northwestern * Illinois * Purdue * Minnesota * vs W. Mich HORNIBROOK CAREER HIGHS Completions: 16 (2x) MR vs. Ohio State, Oct. 15, 2016 Attempts: 28 vs. Ohio State, Oct. 15, 2016 Yards: 214 vs. Ohio State, Oct. 15, 2016 Touchdowns: 1 (9x) MR vs. W. Michigan, Jan. 2, 2017 Interceptions: 3 at Michigan, Oct. 1, 2016 Long Pass: 57 at Iowa, Oct. 22, Henry Houden WR Jr./So Madison, Wis. (Memorial) 2016 Season: Did not play 2015 Season: Redshirt season High School: First-team All-Big 8 Conference at defensive back as a senior in also played quarterback and wide receiver... completed 57 percent of his passes for 695 yards and six touchdowns while rushing for 363 yards and five TDs at quarterback... made 18 catches for 287 yards and four TDs as a wide receiver... in six games on defense, recorded 46 total tackles, two sacks, three forced fumbles two interceptions and seven pass breakups... as a junior, led Big 8 with 67 tackles and added a forced fumble, two interceptions and five pass breakups... also two-year captain in basketball, helping lead Memorial to Big 8 title as a junior member of National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society and Spartan Leadership coach was Mike Galindo Personal: Parents are Chris and Deb Houden grandfather, decorated sprinter Richard Houden, is member of UW Athletic Hall of Fame volunteered at a food pantry and as a youth basketball coach enjoys golf, skiing, waterskiing and cooking... business marketing major 46 46

49 98 Kraig Howe DE Jr./So Dayton, Ohio (Archbishop Alter) 2016 Season: Did not play 2015 Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout 2014 Associated Press All-Ohio co-defensive Player of the Year first-team all-state selection by AP as a senior and second-team pick as a junior two-time first-team All-Southwest Ohio selection by AP, including 2014 Defensive Player of the Year recorded 106 total tackles and 13 TFLs as a senior led Archbishop Alter to Ohio Class IV state championship game and 15-1 overall record in 2014 helped Alter s defense hold opponents to 10.8 points and less than 100 rushing yards per game finished career with 229 tackles and 24 TFLs team captain as a senior also lettered three years in basketball and was two-year team captain honor roll student coach was Ed Domsitz Personal: Parents are Paul and Teri Howe father played football at Dayton mother played basketball at Dayton participated in mission trip to Agua Viva Children s Home in Guatemala member of Key Club also member of Polar Bears, coaching basketball for children with special needs enjoys weightlifting and video games... communication arts major 9 Rachid Ibrahim RB Sr.#/Sr Rockville, Md. (Avalon/Pittsburgh) Notable: Transferred to Wisconsin in June 2017 Career: Played in 26 games over first two seasons at Pittsburgh under then-head coach Paul Chryst rushed for 399 yards on 60 carries (6.7 avg.) caught 20 passes for 161 yards and a touchdown did not play in final two years at Pitt after suffering torn Achilles tendon prior to 2015 season 2016 Season (at Pittsburgh): Did not play 2015 Season (at Pittsburgh): Did not play in after sustaining a torn Achilles tendon during training camp 2014 Season (at Pittsburgh): Played in all 13 games averaged 8.0 yards per carry, rushing for 263 yards on 33 attempts... had 11 receptions for 73 yards (6.6 avg.) and two kickoff returns for 30 yards (15.0 avg.) posted career highs with 91 yards on 14 carries (6.5 avg.) vs. Delaware on Aug had 66 yards on just 3 carries (22.0 avg.), including career-long 50-yard run, vs. Georgia Tech on Oct logged 23 yards on 3 carries (7.7 avg.) vs. Syracuse on Nov Season (at Pittsburgh): Played in all 13 games as a true freshman... rushed for 136 yards on 27 carries (5.0 avg.)... had 9 receptions for 88 yards (9.8 avg.) and a TD... recorded season-high 51 rushing yards on 4 carries (12.8 avg.) and also caught a 23-yard TD pass vs. Miami on Nov. 29 had 26 yards on 4 carries (6.5 avg.) and 1 catch for 17 yards vs. Virginia on Sept began returning kickoffs in the final three games of the year and averaged 19.8 yards on 6 returns... had a seasonlong 26-yard kick return vs. Miami High School: First-team Maryland Small School All-State... three-time Capital Area Football Conference (CAFC) Offensive Player of the Year... led Avalon to three consecutive CAFC championships with a combined record of 25-8 (.758) set school record with 4,835 rushing yards, averaging 9.1 yards per carry in three-year varsity career had 7 games with more than 200 rushing yards, including school-record 370 yards vs. Riverdale Baptist as a senior... broke Maryland single-game scoring record with 50 points (8 touchdowns and a 2-point conversion) and matched single-game state record for touchdowns in a victory over Model, logging 298 yards on 29 carries (10.3 avg.)... selected for Maryland Crab Bowl senior all-star game and the Big 33 Football Classic (Pennsylvania vs. Maryland)... also played basketball head coach was Tad Shields Personal: Son of Victoire and the late Ali Ibrahim... speaks fluent French... has one brother... majored in communications at Pittsburgh pursuing master s degree in educational leadership and policy analysis 45 Alec Ingold FB Jr./Jr Green Bay, Wis. (Bay Port) Honors and Awards 2016: Academic All-Big Ten Notable: Moved from linebacker to running back early in freshman season in 2015 Career: Has played in 24 games owns 67 carries for 175 yards and 8 touchdowns has made 6 receptions for 55 yards and 2 touchdowns 2016 Season: Earned second letter, playing in all 14 games recorded 18 carries for 44 yards and 2 touchdowns also recorded 6 receptions for 55 yards and 2 touchdown receptions caught a 19-yard touchdown pass vs. Purdue on Nov. 19, rushing 4 times for 6 yards and adding another touchdown on the ground rushed 3 times for 8 yards vs. Illinois on Nov. 12, also making a 15-yard reception had 3 carries for a season-high 13 yards vs. Michigan State on Sept. 24 caught 6-yard touchdown pass vs. Akron on Sept Season: Earned first letter, playing in 10 games logged 49 carries for 131 yards and six touchdowns carried nine times for 19 yards and two touchdowns vs. Purdue on Oct. 17 logged career-high 13 carries for 26 yards and one touchdown at Illinois on Oct. 24 scored first career touchdown and carried eight times for 14 yards at Nebraska on Oct. 10 also scored TDs at Maryland on Nov. 7 and at Minnesota on Nov

50 made Badgers debut by carrying seven times for a career-high 60 yards vs. Hawai I on Sept. 26 High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN and Scout named 2014 Associated Press Wisconsin Player of the Year first-team all-state by AP and Wisconsin Football Coaches Association 2014 Gatorade Wisconsin Player of the Year finalist for Dave Krieg Award for state s most outstanding senior quarterback led Bay Port to 2014 Wisconsin Division 1 state semifinals as a senior, averaged rushing yards per game, totaling 2,324 yards and 29 touchdowns on the season completed 61.3 percent of his passes for 1,411 yards and 15 TDs also posted a 1,024-yard rushing season with 22 TDs at running back as a sophomore, earning first-team All-Fox River Classic Conference honors in 34 career games, rushed for 4,208 yards and 61 touchdowns while completing 60.5 percent of his passes for 2,838 yards and 28 TDs lettered four years in wrestling and one year in baseball first-team all-conference in wrestling as a freshman, sophomore and junior was member of the state runner-up wrestling squad as a junior landed on the high honor roll in seven semesters coach was Gary Westerman Personal: Parents are Pat Ingold and Chris Ingold father was a two-time All-American wrestler at Northern Michigan has volunteered at the Salvation Army and as wrestling referee for youth tournaments... major is personal finance INGOLD CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Att Yds TD Y/C LG / / Totals 24/ INGOLD CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Rec Yds TD Y/C LG / / Totals 24/ INGOLD CAREER GAME BY GAME Rushing Receiving 2015 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC Rushing Receiving 2016 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich INGOLD CAREER HIGHS Rush Attempts: 13 vs. Illinois, Oct. 24, 2015 Rush Yards: 60 vs. Hawai i, Sept. 26, 2015 Rush TDs: 2 vs. Purdue, Oct. 17, 2015 Long Rush: 26 vs. Hawai i, Sept. 26, 2015 Receptions: 2 vs. Georgia St., Sept. 17, 2016 Receiving Yards: 19 at Purdue, Nov. 19, 2016 Receiving TDs: 1 (2x) MR at Purdue, Nov. 19, 2016 Long Reception: 19 at Purdue, Nov. 19, Leon Jacobs OLB Sr.#/Sr Santa Clarita, Calif. (Golden Valley) Notable: Played outside linebacker in 2013, inside linebacker in 2014 and 2015 and fullback in 2016 before moving to outside linebacker during spring practice in 2017 received medical hardship waiver to regain season of eligibility lost to injuries in 2015 Career: Has played in 45 games with 4 starts has recorded 82 total tackles, including 6.0 TFLs and 3.0 sacks has also recorded 1 interception 2016 Season: Earned third letter, playing in all 14 games had 37 tackles, including 1.0 TFL, 1.0 sack and an interception recorded 11 tackles, including 7 solo stops, vs. Nebraska on Oct. 29 had 4 tackles in Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic vs. Western Michigan on Jan. 2 made first career interception against Minnesota on Nov. 26, returning it 25 yards recorded a sack vs. Akron on Sept Season: Played in four games with three starts at inside linebacker before suffering season-ending injury finished with 10 tackles, including 2.0 TFLs and 0.5 sacks made five tackles in season opener vs. Alabama on Sept. 5 had four total tackles, including 1.0 TFL and 0.5 sack, vs. Miami (Ohio) on Sept. 12 recorded 1.0 TFL vs. Hawai I on Sept Season: Earned second letter, playing in all 14 games with one start at inside linebacker... finished with 28 total tackles, including 2.0 TFLs and 1.5 sacks... in first career start, recorded 12 tackles, including 2.0 for loss and 1.5 sacks, and had a quarterback hurry vs. Illinois on Oct made four tackles vs. Bowling Green on Sept logged two tackles vs. Ohio State in Big Ten Football Championship Game on Dec notched two tackles vs. Maryland on Oct opened the season with two tackles vs. LSU on Aug tallied one tackle at Iowa on Nov made one tackle vs. Nebraska on Nov recorded one tackle at Rutgers on Nov logged one tackle vs. South Florida on Sept registered one tackle at Northwestern on Oct recorded one tackle vs. Western Illinois on Sept

51 2013 Season: Earned first letter, playing in all 13 games... finished season with seven total tackles, including 1.0 TFL... registered two tackles at Arizona State on Sept recorded first tackle for loss vs. Purdue on Sept recorded one tackle in the Capital One Bowl against South Carolina on Jan made one tackle vs. Northwestern on Oct had one tackle at Ohio State on Sept recorded one tackle vs. Tennessee Tech on Sept made Badgers debut vs. UMass on Aug. 31 High School: Three-star recruit according to ESPN... rated as the No. 77 outside linebacker according to ESPN, No. 119 by Scout... ranked as the No. 89 recruit in the state of California by ESPN... first-team all-conference as a senior... rushed for 847 yards and six touchdowns as a senior... also recorded 19 tackles, three sacks, a forced fumble and a defensive touchdown... four-year letterwinner in basketball... three-time second-team All-Del Rey League selection in basketball... honor roll student... head coach was Robert Fisher Personal: Parents are Tony and Theresa Jacobs... volunteered as math and science tutor... enjoys listening to music and playing basketball... majoring in personal finance... participated in study abroad program in Rome in summer of 2016 JACOBS CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / / / / Tot. 45/ JACOBS CAREER GAME BY GAME 2013 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD UMass Tenn. Tech at Arizona St Purdue at Ohio State Northwestern at Illinois at Iowa BYU Indiana at Minnesota Penn State vs S. Carolina UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Western Ill Bowling Green South Florida at N western Illinois Maryland at Rutgers at Purdue Nebraska at Iowa Minnesota vs Ohio State vs Auburn UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich JACOBS CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 12 vs. Illinois, Oct. 11, 2014 Tackles for Loss: 2.0 vs. Illinois, Oct. 11, 2014 Sacks: 1.5 vs. Illinois, Oct. 11, 2014 Interceptions: 1 vs. Minnesota, Nov. 26, 2016 Passes Defended: 1 vs. Minnesota, Nov. 26, Natrell Jamerson S Sr./Sr Ocala, Fla. (Vanguard) Notable: Began career as wide receiver before moving to cornerback for 2015 and 2016 seasons expected to play safety in 2017 Career: Has played in 33 games with 2 starts logged 23 rushing yards as a freshman wide receiver before moving to cornerback has returned 33 kicks for 722 yards (21.9 average) and 1 touchdown owns 37 total tackles, including 29 solo stops and 1.5 TFLs also has 4 pass breakups 2016 Season: Earned third letter, playing in 8 games with 2 starts as a nickel back earned first career start against Akron on Sept. 10, returning 1 kick for 26 yards, as well as logging 4 tackles and a pass breakup had 3 kick returns for a season-best 62-yards in Big Ten Football Championship Game vs. Penn State on Dec. 3, also making 3 solo tackles made a career-high 5 tackles, all solo stops, vs. Purdue on Nov. 19 also returned 3 kicks for 61 yards against the Boilermakers recorded 2 pass breakups vs. Minnesota on Nov Season: Earned second letter, playing in all 13 games as Badgers primary kickoff returner returned 21 kickoffs for an average of 22.3 yards per runback scored 98-yard touchdown on kickoff return at Maryland on Nov. 7 finished with career-high 125 yards on three kickoff returns at Maryland finished season with 14 total tackles, including 0.5 TFL logged career-high four tackles at Minnesota on Nov

52 2014 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 12 games as a wide receiver... rushed for a career-high 23 yards on one attempt vs. Illinois on Oct returned a kickoff 21 yards vs. Maryland on Oct also saw action vs. Auburn in Outback Bowl on Jan. 1, at Iowa on Nov. 22, vs. Nebraska on Nov. 15, at Purdue on Nov. 8, at Rutgers on Nov. 1, vs. Northwestern on Oct. 4, vs. South Florida on Sept. 27, vs. Bowling Green on Sept. 20 and vs. Western Illinois on Sept. 6 High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN.com, Scout and 247 Sports... finished career with 119 catches for 2,096 yards and 42 touchdowns... first-team Class 6A all-state selection by Associated Press as a senior after posting 68 receptions for 1,195 yards and 17 touchdowns, along with two kickoff returns for touchdown... named District 7 MVP by Florida Athletic Coaches Association... twotime all-district and all-county pick as a senior and junior... as a junior, caught 33 passes for 643 yards and seven TDs on way to being named to the All-North Florida first team... high school coach was Alex Casteneda Personal: Mother is Uvonda Wilkerson... human development and family studies major Rushing Receiving 2015 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC Rushing Receiving 2016 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg vs LSU Akron Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State JAMERSON CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Att Yds TD Y/C LG / / / Totals 33/ JAMERSON CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Rec Yds TD Y/C LG / / / Totals 33/ JAMERSON CAREER KICK RETURN STATISTICS Year GP/GS Ret Yds TD Avg Lg / / / Totals 33/ JAMERSON CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / / / Tot. 33/ JAMERSON CAREER GAME BY GAME RUSH/RECEIVE Rushing Receiving 2014 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg Western Ill Bowling Green South Florida at N western Illinois Maryland at Rutgers at Purdue Nebraska at Iowa Minnesota vs Auburn JAMERSON CAREER GAME-BY-GAME KICK RETURNS 2014 Ret Yds TD Avg Lg Maryland Ret Yds TD Avg Lg vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC Ret Yds TD Avg Lg vs LSU Akron Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State JAMERSON CAREER GAME BY GAME DEFENSE 2014 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD Western Ill Bowling Green South Florida Northwestern Illinois Maryland Rutgers Purdue Nebraska Iowa Minnesota vs Auburn

53 2015 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs USC UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Akron Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich JAMERSON CAREER HIGHS Rush Attempts: 1 vs. Illinois, Oct. 11, 2014 Rush Yards: 23 vs. Illinois, Oct. 11, 2014 Rush TDs: -- Long Rush: 23 vs. Illinois, Oct. 11, 2014 Receptions: -- Receiving Yards: -- Receiving TDs: -- Long Reception: -- Kickoff Returns: 4 (2x) MR at Illinois, Oct. 24, 2015 Kickoff Return Yards: 125 at Maryland, Nov. 7, 2015 Long Kickoff Return: 98 (TD) at Maryland, Nov. 7, 2015 Tackles: 5 at Purdue, Nov. 19, 2016 Tackles for Loss: -- Sacks: -- Interceptions: -- Passes Defended: 2 vs. Minnesota, Nov. 26, Alec James DE Sr.#/Sr Brookfield, Wis. (East) Honors and Awards 2016: All-Big Ten honorable mention (coaches) 2015: Academic All-Big Ten 2014: Academic All-Big Ten Career: Has played in 39 games with 12 starts played in 12 games for UW unit that ranked No. 1 nationally in scoring defense (13.7 ppg) and No. 2 in total defense (268.5 ypg) in 2015 has recorded 48 total tackles, 7.0 TFLs, 4.5 sacks and 5 pass breakups 2016 Season: Earned third letter, playing in 13 games with 9 starts had 23 tackles with 13 solo stops and 3.5 TFLs forced a fumble and recorded 3 pass breakups logged a career-best 8 tackles against Ohio State on Oct. 15 recorded 3 tackles in Lambeau Field College Classic vs. LSU on Sept. 3 made 3 tackles vs. Iowa on Oct. 22 broke up a pass in the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic vs. Western Michigan on Jan Season: Earned second letter, playing in 12 games with one start at defensive end finished with 17 total tackles, 2.0 tackles for loss, 1.0 sacks and one pass breakup recorded career-high seven tackles vs. Northwestern on Nov. 21 had two tackles, including first sack of career, in season opener vs. Alabama on Sept. 5 made two stops vs. Troy on Sept. 19 made one tackle and broke up a pass at Nebraska on Oct Season: Earned first letter, playing in all 14 games with two starts at defensive end... totaled eight tackles, including 1.5 TFLs, one fumble recovery and one pass defended... recorded two tackles, including 1.0 TFL, in Badgers debut vs. LSU on Aug logged two tackles, including 0.5 TFL, recovered a fumble and broke up a pass vs. Bowling Green on Sept recorded one tackle each at Rutgers on Nov. 1, vs. Maryland on Oct. 25, vs. Illinois on Oct. 11 and at Northwestern on Oct Season: Redshirt season High School: Four-star recruit according to ESPN... rated three stars by Rivals and Scout... No. 29 defensive end as rated by ESPN, No. 64 by Scout... ranked as the No. 1 recruit in the state of Wisconsin according to ESPN, No. 2 according to Rivals... had 97 tackles, 25.0 for loss, 12 sacks and four forced fumbles as a senior Wisconsin Football Coaches Association Defensive Player of the Year... unanimous first-team all-state, first-team all-conference, first-team all-area and all-area Player of the Year according to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel... Greater Metro Conference defensive lineman of the year... Tim Krumrie Award winner as the most outstanding senior defensive lineman in Wisconsin... first-team all-state, first-team all-conference, Greater Metro Conference defensive lineman of the year, second-team all-area according to the Milwaukee Journal- Sentinel as a junior... all-conference honorable mention as a sophomore... three-year letterwinner in track, qualifying for state meet in 4x100 and 4x200 relays... head coach was Tom Swittel Personal: Parents are Heidi James and Jimmie James... father played football at Minnesota and went on to professional career in NFL and USFL... enjoys working out and playing video games... majoring in personal finance JAMES CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / / / Tot. 39/ JAMES CAREER GAME BY GAME 2014 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Western Ill Bowling Green South Florida at N western Illinois Maryland at Rutgers at Purdue Nebraska

54 at Iowa Minnesota vs Ohio State vs Auburn UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs W. Mich JAMES CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 8 vs. Ohio State, Oct. 15, 2016 Tackles for Loss: 1.0 (6x) MR at Michigan, Oct. 1, 2016 Sacks: 1.0 (4x) MR at Michigan, Oct. 1, 2016 Interceptions: -- Passes Defended: 1 (4x) MR vs. W. Michigan, Jan. 2, Chris James RB Jr./Jr Chicago, Ill. (Notre Dame College Prep/Pittsburgh) Awards and Honors 2017 Preseason: Doak Walker Award watch list Notable: Transferred to Wisconsin prior to 2016 season... redshirted season per NCAA transfer rules 2016 Season: Redshirt season 2015 Season (at Pittsburgh): Played in 10 games, recording 56 carries for 253 rushing yards... had 11 carries for 94 yards (8.6 avg.) vs. Virginia on Oct carried 12 times for 44 yards vs. North Carolina on Oct has seven carries for 32 yards vs. Youngstown State on Sept logged seven carries for 31 yards at Syracuse on Oct Season (at Pittsburgh): Was a top reserve at running back, playing in all 13 games as a true freshman... rushed for 437 yards and four touchdowns on 87 carries (5.0 avg.) and added one reception for 23 yards... logged 19 carries for 122 yards as sub for injured James Conner vs. Syracuse on Nov carried 11 times for 58 yards and a touchdown at Miami on Nov rushed for 77 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries (5.5 avg.) in his college debut vs. Delaware on Aug. 30 High School: Four-star recruit by Rivals and Scout... three-star recruit by 247 Sports and ESPN... rushed for 4,220 yards and 53 touchdowns as a three-year starter at Notre Dame College Prep... rushed for 1,734 yards and 20 touchdowns on 252 carries (6.9 avg.) as a senior... ran for 2,089 yards and 29 TDs on 315 carries (6.6 avg.) as a junior... two-time Chicago Tribune All-State selection... an offseason workout video became a viral hit and has more than four million views on YouTube... coach was Mike Hennessey Personal: Parents are Christopher James and the late Tonya Holmes... was raised by grandmother Audrey Davis from age 4 following death of his mother... has two brothers and sisters 36 Hunter Johnson RB Fr./Fr Darlington, Wis. (Darlington) High School: Wisconsin Football Coaches Association Offensive Player of the Year as a senior first-team allstate by WFCA and Associated Press Elroy Crazylegs Hirsch Award winner as state s top senior running back rushed for 2,171 yards and 41 touchdowns on 172 carries as a senior Southwest Wisconsin Activities League Offensive Player of the Year as a junior and senior also was second-team All-SWAL at linebacker as a junior Southwest Shrine Club Queen B Radio Offensive Player of the Year as a senior and Defensive Player of the Year as a junior carried 207 times for 2,365 yards and 42 touchdowns as a junior team captain finished career with 500 carries for 5,596 rushing yards and 98 touchdowns.. averaged 130 rushing yards per game also logged 763 receiving yards and scored 9 touchdowns as a receiver also played basketball helped lead Darlington to Division 4 state championship game as a senior honor roll student National Honor Society coach was Scott Zywicki Personal: Parents are Joel and Sheila Johnson volunteered at basketball camps and community Cinco de Mayo festival... majoring in communication arts 2 Patrick Johnson II S So./So Washington, D.C. (The Bullis School) 2016 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 13 games... finished with 3 tackles... garnered 2 tackles, including 1 solo stop vs. Akron on Sept made 1 solo tackle vs. Penn State in the Big Ten Football Championship Game on Dec. 3 High School: Three-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout missed senior season due to injury second-team all-state (private school) and first-team All

55 Interstate Athletic Conference as a junior, recording 48 tackles, 5 interceptions and scoring 6 total touchdowns while amassing 693 all-purpose yards helped Bullis to back-to-back conference championships in two seasons at school attended McKinely Tech for two years prior to transferring to Bullis named second-team All- DCIAA as a sophomore at McKinley, logging 53 tackles and 6 interceptions on defense while also scoring 6 total touchdowns and punting for team also lettered in track and field honor roll student high school coach was Pat Cilento Personal: Parents are Patrick Johnson and Iris Johnson JOHNSON CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / Tot. 13/ JOHNSON CAREER GAME BY GAME 2016 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich JOHNSON CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 2 vs. Akron, Sept. 10, 2016 Tackles for Loss: -- Sacks: -- Interceptions: -- Passes Defended: Tyler Johnson OLB Jr./So Menasha, Wis. (Menasha) Honors and Awards 2016: Academic All-Big Ten 2016 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 7 games 2015 Season: Redshirt season High School: Honorable mention all-state selection by Associated Press as a senior at quarterback, led Menasha to Wisconsin Division 2 state championship with 7-for-9 passing performance for 107 yards, 25 carries for 129 rushing yards and four total touchdowns first-team All-Bay Conference selection as a senior completed 54.4 percent of his passes for 1,466 yards and 20 touchdowns while rushing for 1,521 yards (117.0 per game) and scoring another 20 TDs on the ground finished career with 2,926 rushing yards, 2,606 passing yards and 62 total TDs two-year team captain team MVP in his senior season also lettered four years in 53 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK basketball and three years in baseball was a three-time team captain in basketball and named team MVP as a junior coach was Jeramie Korth Personal: Parents are Jim and Kristin Johnson hobbies include computer design in high school, was student ambassador of Bionics/Chainz and volunteered at youth sports camps, clinics and tournaments... major is biology JOHNSON CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD 2015 Redshirt season / Tot. 7/ JOHNSON CAREER GAME BY GAME 2016 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Akron Ohio State Iowa Northwestern Illinois Purdue JOHNSON CAREER HIGHS Tackles: -- Tackles for Loss: -- Sacks: -- Interceptions: -- Passes Defended: Micah Kapoi OL Sr./Jr Kapolei, Hawaii (Kapolei) Career: Has played in 25 games with 12 starts... has started 8 games at left guard and 4 at right guard 2016 Season: Earned second letter, playing in 13 games with 2 starts at left guard... started at left guard in season-opening Lambeau Field College Classic vs. LSU on Sept. 3 and vs. Georgia State on Sept part of line that helped Badgers rush for yards per game 2015 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 12 games with 10 starts... made four starts at right guard and six starts at left guard... was starter at left guard when Badgers posted season-high 257 rushing yards and four touchdowns at Minnesota on Nov Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN.com... firstteam all-state and first-team All-Oahu Interscholastic Association selection as a senior... selected for HUB Goodwill Senior Bowl, Samoa Bowl and NUC all-star games... second-team All-OIA and third-team all-state as a junior... also three-year letterwinner in basketball and two-year letterwinner in track... high school coach was Darren Hernandez Personal: Parents are Dean Kapoi and Patti Kapoi... cousin Mana Greig played football at Oregon from named to Principal s List as a senior... major is retailing and consumer behavior 53

56 62 Patrick Kasl OL So./Fr Wyoming, Minn. (Forest Lake) 168 yards and 4 touchdowns, in addition to 70 tackles and 1 sack on defense finished career 82-for-86 on PATs, 9-13 field goals, 66 touchbacks, average 35 yards per punt also competed in basketball, baseball and track coach was Brandon Beckwith 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout first-team all-state by Associated Press as a senior first-team All-Metro by Minneapolis Star Tribune first-team all-district Offensive Lineman of the Year in East Metro Conference s Blue Division All-East Metro Blue credited with more than 50 pancake blocks as a senior also played multiple positions on defensive line, logging 16 sacks in career two-year team captain earned all-conference honors in wrestling as a junior, recording 17 falls, and is currently ranked No. 3 in state at heavyweight two-time all-conference selection in track and field, competing in discus and shot put finished fourth in discus at Class AA state meet as a junior Academic All-State by Minnesota Football Coaches Association as a senior National Honor Society member high school coach was Jeff Wilson Personal: Parents are Craig and Mary Beth Kasl grandfather, Bill Miller, played football at Southern Illinois... chemical engineering major 24 Adam Krumholz WR So./Fr Stoughton, Wis. (Stoughton) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: Caught 42 passes for 803 yards and 10 touchdowns in eight games as senior... finished eighth in high jump at Wisconsin Division 1 state meet as a senior, clearing also qualified for state meet in long jump and triple jump as a senior... state meet as part of 4x400 relay as a junior... also lettered in basketball... coach was Dan Prahl Personal: Parents are Kurt Krumholz and Maja Christiansen... enjoys skiiing, snowboarding, snorkling and hockey... volunteered with Stoughton youth sports programs 98 Collin Larsh K Fr./Fr Marshall, Wis. (Monona Grove) High School: First-team all-state by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association as a senior Kevin Stemke Award winner as state s top senior kicker unanimous firstteam All-Badger Conference kicker and punter as a senior, also earning honorable mention as a cornerback recorded 55 touchbacks as a senior finished career 9-for-13 on field goals and 82-for-86 on PATs all-conference honorable mention kicker and punter as a junior team captain finished career with 11 receptions for Personal: Parents are Chris and Kathleen Larsh rang bells for Salvation Army, coached youth camps and volunteered at middle schools 42 Gabe Lloyd TE So./Fr Green Bay, Wis. (Northeast Wisconsin Lutheran) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: Rushed for 2,305 yards and 42 touchdowns durinv varsity career... also caught 34 passes for 899 yards and 16 touchdowns... on defense, recorded 203 tackles, 10 sacks, two forced fumbles and an interception... also averaged 44 yards per punt... first-team all-state by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association and as a senior... named Great 8 Conference Player of the Year and first-team all-conference at defensive end and running back... finished senior season with 1,471 rushing yards, 149 receiving yards, 28 total TDs and 51 tackles with 5 sacks... as a junior, first-team All-Great 8 at defensive end and tight end, making 18 catches for 583 yards and 10 touchdowns and logging 65 tackles and five sacks... helped NEW Lutheran reach state semifinals in basketball as a junior... also lettered in golf... coach was Dick Hasseler Personal: Parents are Doug Lloyd and Angela Kornowski... father played football at North Dakota State from and was selected by the Los Angeles Raiders in the sixth round of the 1989 NFL Draft... honor roll student... volunteered with youth sports programs and assisting middle school students... hobbies including golfing, boating and art 15 Anthony Lotti P So./So Flowery Branch, Ga. (West Hall) 2016 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 12 games tallied 51 punts for 1,923 yards placed 25 punts inside the 20 yard line punted 7 times, placing 6 inside the 20, against Northwestern on Nov. 5, averaging 37.3 yards averaged a career-best 43.0 yards on 7 punts vs. Minnesota on Nov. 26, accumulating 301 yards with a long of 60 averaged 40.8 yards on 5 punts vs. Michigan State on Sept. 24 averaged 39.2 yards on 5 punts against Nebraska on Oct. 29 made his debut with the Badgers against Akron on Sept. 10, punting twice for 75 yards High School: Five-star prospect by Kohl s ranked No. 8 punter nationally by Kohl s three-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN and Rivals first-team All-American by Kohl s as a senior, averaging 45.4 yards on 49

57 punts, including 19 placed inside the 20-yard line and 15 of 50-plus yards named first-team all-state by Atlanta Journal Constitution and Georgia Sportswriters Association as a junior and senior Region 7AAA Special Teams Player of the Year as a senior averaged 45.2 yards on 28 punts as a junior for two-year varsity career, averaged 45.4 yards on 77 punts three-time Region 7AAA Scholar-Athlete high school coach was father, Tony Lotti Personal: Parents are Tony and Debbie Lotti father played football at Tennessee Wesleyan, punting from , and earned training camp invitation from New England Patriots LOTTI CAREER PUNTING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Punts Yds Avg In-20 Lg / Totals 12/ LOTTI CAREER GAME-BY-GAME PUNTING 2016 P Yds Avg Lg Blk TB FC 50+ I20 Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich LOTTI CAREER HIGHS Punts: 7 (2x) MR vs. Minnesota, Nov. 26, 2016 Punting Yards: 301 vs. Minnesota, Nov. 26, 2016 Punting Average: 43.0 vs. Minnesota, Nov. 26, 2016 Long Punt: 60 vs. Minnesota, Nov. 26, Isaiahh Loudermilk DE So./Fr Howard, Kan. (West Elk) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN and Rivals first-team all-state in 8-man football by Kansas Football Coaches Association and Wichita Eagle as a senior, logging 97 tackles, 2 sacks and 2 interceptions along with 5 touchdown receptions helped 10-1 West Elk earn its first-ever playoff win as a senior first-team All-South Central Border League as a sophomore, junior and senior three-time all-district and all-area selection finished career with 267 tackles, 22 sacks and 3 interceptions on defense and logged 8 touchdown receptions on offense two-year team MVP first-team all-state in basketball by Kansas Basketball Coaches Association as a junior, averaging 19.2 points, 14.7 rebounds and 5.5 blocks per game also honorable mention all-state by KBCA as a sophomore, averaging 14.6 points and 9.9 rebounds per game three-time All-SCBL in basketball also competed in baseball and track and field, winning conference title in shot put as a 55 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK junior National Honor Society honor roll student high school coach was Chris Haag Personal: Parents are Stacy Howell and Carteze Loudermilk father played basketball at Independence Community College and Creighton... personal finance major 19 Karé Lyles QB So./Fr Scottsdale, Ariz. (Saguaro) Notable: Enrolled for 2016 spring semester... missed spring practice due to injury 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout led Saguaro to back-to-back state championships as a junior (Division III) and senior (Division II) all-state by Arizona Football Coaches Association as a junior named AIA first-team All- Section (all divisions) as a junior and senior team MVP and team captain as a senior completed 70.5 percent of his passes during two-year varsity career, throwing for 6,981 yards, 87 touchdowns and 11 interceptions posted a completion percentage of 71.1 while racking up 3,420 yards and 40 touchdowns as a junior threw for 3,561 yards and 47 TDs while completing 70.1 percent of his passes as a senior high school coach was Jason Mohns Personal: Parents are Ann and Kevin Lyles has a brother, Kayden father played quarterback and tight end at Wisconsin from Kayden Lyles OL Fr./Fr Madison, Wis. (Middleton) High School: Four-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout unanimous first-team all-state selection by Associated Press as a senior named all-state by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association as a senior... recipient of Joe Thomas Award as state s top senior offensive lineman first-team All-Big 8 Conference as a senior played first three seasons at Saguaro High School in Scottsdale, Arizona first-team all-section by Arizona Football Coaches Association as a junior and second-team all-section as a sophomore two-time all-city selection Personal: Parents are Ann and Kevin Lyles brother, Karé, plays quarterback for the Badgers father played quarterback and tight end at Wisconsin from volunteered as youth football coach 55

58 31 Tyler Mais S Fr./Fr Waunakee, Wis. (Waunakee) High School: First-team all-state by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association and Associated Press as a junior and senior named Badger North Conference co- Defensive Player of the Year as a senior, finishing with 60 tackles, 3 interceptions and 2 fumble recoveries earned first-team All-Badger North honors at both defensive back and wide receiver as a junior and senior named team MVP as a junior and senior... team captain as a senior also played lacrosse, twice earning all-conference honorable mention WFCA Academic All-State selection high honor roll student head coach was Pat Rice Personal: Parents are Matt and Lynn Mais volunteered with Madison Women s Care Center, Waunakee Neighborhood Connection and Food for Kidz program 58 Mike Maskalunas ILB So./Fr Long Grove, Ill. (Adlai E. Stevenson) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: As a starting guard, helped 14-0 Stevenson to Class 8A state championship and North Suburban Conference title as a junior team captain as a senior, starting at inside linebacker also lettered in basketball and baseball two-time North Suburban Conference All-Academic 2014 Illinois State Scholar recipient of the Ambassador Award, Stevenson s highest honor, as a junior National Honor Society four-year honor roll student high school coach was Bill McNamara Personal: Parents are Mark and Kristin Maskalunas father played golf at DePaul from grandfather, Ron Maskalunas, played football at Purdue uncle, Eric Maskalunas, played football at Augustana (Ill.) from Personal: Parents are Curt Maternowski and Kelly Maternowski father played football at Wisconsin from brother, Alec, played football at Pittsburgh from biology major 52 Jacob Maxwell OL Sr./Jr Greendale, Wis. (Greendale) Career: Has played in 18 games with 10 starts at right tackle 2016 Season: Earned second letter, playing in 7 games with 7 starts at right tackle... started first 7 games before suffering season-ending injury... part of offensive line that helped Badgers rush for yards per game 2015 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 11 games with three starts at right tackle... started at right tackle as Badgers posted season-high 257 rushing yards and four touchdowns at Minnesota on Nov started at right tackle in Holiday Bowl vs. USC on Dec made first career start vs. Iowa on Oct made Badgers debut vs. Miami (Ohio) on Sept Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN.com and Scout... started on offense and defense for Greendale... as an offensive lineman, named first-team all-state by Associated Press and Wisconsin Football Coaches Association as a senior... also first-team all-area, all-region and unanimous first-team All-Woodland Conference... named Woodland Conference Lineman of the Year... runner-up for Joe Thomas Award given to state s top offensive lineman... also played nose guard as a senior, recording 50 tackles, five TFLs and four sacks... posted 21 tackles, three TFLs and a sack while playing defensive end as a junior... also lettered in track and field... high school coach was Rob Stoltz Personal: Parents are David and Tracie Maxwell... fouryear high honor roll student... majoring in life sciences communication 30 Aaron Maternowski FB So./Fr Slinger, Wis. (Slinger) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: First-team all-state by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association and Associated Press recorded 66 tackles and 6 sacks as a senior defensive lineman also named honorable mention all-state as an offensive lineman all-region by WFCA as a junior three-time first-team All-Little Ten Conference selection as a defensive lineman named first-team All-Little Ten at both offensive line and defensive line as a junior and senior team captain and team MVP as a senior high honor roll student high school coach was Bill Jacklin Blake Mielke S Jr./So Hartland, Wis. (Arrowhead) 2016 Season: Did not play 2015 Season: Redshirt season High School: Finished high school career with 546 rushing yards and four rushing TDs collected 887 career passing yards with eight touchdowns compiled 578 receiving yards in 42 grabs with six touchdowns in his senior season alone also tallied one rushing touchdown and one passing touchdown in the 11 games he played as a senior saw action in eight games as a junior and collected 495 rushing yards with three touchdowns (9.33 yards per carry) also threw for 833 yards and seven touchdowns two-time team captain

59 also lettered two years in track high school coach was Greg Malling Personal: Parents are Dave and Marybeth Mielke father, Dave, played football at Wisconsin from mother, Marybeth, played volleyball at UW-Whitewater from raised more than $3,000 in four weeks with his sister for Wisconsin Upside Down Special Olympics volunteer helped the Stop the R Word Campaign... finance, investment and banking major 68 David Moorman OL Jr./So Northville, Mich. (Northville) Honors and Awards 2016: Academic All-Big Ten 2016 Season: Earned first letter, playing in all 14 games... made Badgers debut in Lambeau Field College Classic vs. LSU on Sept. 3 and made one tackle at Ohio State on Sept made six tackles at UNLV on Nov Season (at Hawai i): Played in 10 games with eight starts at cornerback... recorded 36 total tackles, including 31 solo stops... logged six pass breakups and a forced fumble... made six tackles and broke up three passes vs. Wyoming on Oct had four tackles, broke up a pass and forced a fumble at Colorado State on Nov recorded seven tackles vs. Nevada on Oct had six tackles at San Jose State on Nov made four tackles, including 1.0 TFL, vs. Utah State on Nov had four tackles at San Diego State on Oct. 18 High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN... played wide receiver and defensive back... finished senior season with 20 catches for 503 yards and five touchdowns... helped Suitland to county and regional championships and a Class 4A state runner-up finish... honorable mention all-state and first-team all-county at receiver as a senior... team MVP as a senior... selected for 2014 Offense-Defense All-American Bowl Personal: Parents are Mack and Nicole Nelson... born in Florence, S.C.... majoring in life sciences communication 2015 Season: Redshirt season High School: Four-star recruit by Scout three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN and Rivals first-team all-state selection by Associated Press as a senior in 2014 also named first-team all-area and first-team All-Kensington Lakes Activities Association also named All-KLAA as a sophomore and junior two-year team captain selected to play for Team USA vs. Canada in 2015 International Bowl also lettered in basketball four-year Academic All-Conference honoree coach was Matt Ladach Personal: Parents are Joe Moorman and Pam Moorman father played football for Eastern Michigan from cousin, Tyler Moorman, plays soccer for University of Detroit member of high school s leadership club and church s youth group enjoys playing basketball and cooking... major is communication arts 11 Nick Nelson CB Sr./Jr Bowie, Md. (Suitland/Hawai i) Notable: Transferred to Wisconsin prior to 2016 season... redshirted per NCAA transfer rules 2016 Season: Redshirt season 2015 Season (at Hawai i): Started all 13 games at cornerback... finished with 53 total tackles, including 1.5 TFLs and 1.0 sack... recorded 15 pass breakups and a forced fumble... logged a career-high 11 total tackles, including 10 solo stops, and broke up three passes in season-opener vs. Colorado on Sept made nine tackles, including 0.5 TFL, and broke up a pass at Wisconsin on Sept recorded seven tackles, including 1.0 sack, and had two pass breakups vs. San Jose State on Nov had three tackles and three pass breakups at Nevada on Oct broke up three passes Scott Nelson S Fr./Fr Detroit, Mich. (University of Detroit Jesuit) High School: Three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout finished four-year varsity career with 164 tackles and 10 interceptions honorable mention all-state by Associated Press and Detroit Free Press as a senior, logging 50 tackles, 2 interceptions and scoring 13 total touchdowns in just five games first-team all-state by Detroit Free Press and honorable mention all-state by Associated Press as a junior, recording 59 tackles, 8 pass breakups and 5 interceptions, including 2 returned for touchdowns also totaled 1,955 all-purpose yards and 21 TDs as a quarterback and receiver as a junior two-time All-Detroit pick by Detroit News named All-Detroit Catholic High School League as a junior and senior recorded 45 tackles and 2 interceptions as a sophomore two-year team MVP and team captain lettered in basketball and baseball honor roll student coach was Oscar Olejniczak Personal: Parents are Howard Nelson and Linda Kammer-Nelson father played football at Sagninaw Valley State mother competed in track and field at Saginaw Valley State brother, Adam, played football at Alma College sister, Erin, plays basketball at Albion College volunteered weekly at Detroit homeless shelter 57

60 85 Zander Neuville TE Sr./Jr Waupaca, Wis. (Waupaca) Honors and Awards 2016: Academic All-Big Ten 2015: Big Ten Distinguished Scholar, Academic All-Big Ten Notable: Former walk-on was awarded scholarship prior to 2015 season Career: Has played in all 27 games over first 2 seasons, making 1 start at tight end owns 1 pass breakup on defense 2016 Season: Earned second letter, playing in all 14 games played on all three phases, seeing action at tight end, defensive end and on special teams earned first career start in Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic vs. Western Michigan on Jan. 2, lining up at tight end 2015 Season: Earned first letter, playing in all 13 games recorded a pass breakup vs. Miami (Ohio) on Sept Season: Redshirt season High School: As a senior, named first-team all-state by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association and secondteam all-state by Associated Press... unanimous firstteam All-Eastern Valley Conference pick and Eastern Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Year as a senior in named to Appleton Post-Crescent All-Area first team as a senior... named team s most valuable player and Wapauca High School Senior Athlete of the Year... led team in tackles with 99 in nine games as a senior... second-team all-conference pick as a junior... was also a three-year letterwinner in basketball and baseball... served as team captain in football, basketball and baseball... unanimous first-team All-EVC in basketball as a senior and led the conference in scoring at 18.2 points per game and rebounding at 8.7 boards per game... high school coach was John Koronkiewicz Personal: Parents are Jeff and Shannon Neuville... cousin, Noel Bouche, played quarterback at South Dakota State... majoring in biology NEUVILLE CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Att Yds TD Y/C LG / / Totals 27/ NEUVILLE CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Rec Yds TD Y/C LG / / Totals 27/ NEUVILLE CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / / Tot. 27/ NEUVILLE CAREER GAME BY GAME RUSH/RECEIVE Rushing Receiving 2016 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich NEUVILLE CAREER GAME BY GAME DEFENSE 2015 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs. LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich NEUVILLE CAREER HIGHS Rushing Yards: -- Rushing TDs: -- Long Rush: -- Receptions: -- Receiving Yards: -- Receiving TDs: -- Long Reception: -- Tackles: -- Tackles for Loss: -- Sacks: -- Interceptions: -- Passes Defended: 1 vs. Miami (Ohio), Sept. 13,

61 34 Chikwe Obasih DE Sr.#/Sr Brookfield, Wis. (Central) Honors and Awards 2016: All-Big Ten honorable mention (consensus), Academic All-Big Ten 2015: All-Big Ten honorable mention (media), Academic All-Big Ten 2014: Academic All-Big Ten Career: Has played in 41 games with 31 starts owns 84 total tackles, including 9.0 TFLs and 4.0 sacks started all 13 games for UW unit that ranked No. 1 nationally in scoring defense (13.7 ppg) and No. 2 in total defense (268.5 ypg) in Season: Earned third letter, playing in all 14 games with 11 starts finished with 22 tackles, including 1.5 TFLs, and 4 pass breakups logged 2 pass breakups and 2 tackles, both solo stops, in Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic vs. Western Michigan on Jan. 2 recorded 3 tackles and recovered a fumble in Lambeau Field College Classic vs. LSU on Sept. 3 had season-high 5 tackles vs. Nebraska on Oct. 29 recorded 3 tackles and 1.0 sack vs. Minnesota on Nov Season: Earned second letter, starting all 13 games at defensive end recorded 41 tackles, including 5.0 TFLs and 1.0 sack recorded career-high seven tackles vs. Northwestern on Nov. 21 had five tackles, including 1.0 TFL, in season opener vs. Alabama on Sept. 5 logged five stops vs. Troy on Sept. 19 recorded four tackles, including 1.5 TFLs, at Maryland on Nov. 7 had four tackles, including 1.0 TFL, vs. Purdue on Oct. 17 made four tackles in Holiday Bowl vs. USC on Dec. 30 recorded three tackles at Nebraska on Oct. 10 and vs. Illinois on Oct Season: Earned first letter, playing in all 14 games with seven starts at defensive end... finished season with 21 total tackles, including 2.5 TFLs and 1.5 sacks... contributed to Badgers unit that ranked No. 4 in total defense (294.1 yards per game) and No. 17 in scoring defense (20.8 points per game)... made Badgers debut with a career-high six tackles, including 0.5 TFL, vs. LSU on Aug made first career start and recorded a pass breakup vs. Western Illinois on Sept recorded three tackles vs. Bowling Green on Sept made two tackles vs. Auburn in Outback Bowl on Jan logged two tackles, including 1.5 tackles for loss and first career sack vs. Illinois on Oct notched two tackles at Northwestern on Oct tallied two tackles vs. South Florida on Sept made one tackle vs. Ohio State in Big Ten Football Championship Game on Dec. 6, vs. Minnesota on Nov. 22, vs. Nebraska on Nov. 15 and vs. Maryland on Oct Season: Redshirt season High School: Four-star recruit according to Rivals... rated three stars by ESPN and Scout... ranked as the No. 45 defensive end by Scout, No. 46 by ESPN... rated the No. 1 recruit in the state of Wisconsin by Rivals, No. 2 by ESPN... selected to 2013 Semper Fidelis All- American Bowl... finished three-year varsity career with 223 tackles, 49 tackles for loss, 17 sacks, nine forced fumbles, six fumble recoveries and an interception... first-team all-state by Associated Press and WFCA... first-team all-conference, first-team all-area according to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel as a senior... finished senior season with 101 tackles, 24 TFLs, 7.5 sacks, 5 forced fumbles and 2 fumble recoveries... first-team all-conference, honorable mention all-area as a junior... had 83 tackles, 15.5 TFLs, six sacks and two forced fumbles during junior season... head coach was Jamie Meulemans Personal: Full name is Chikwerendu Obasih... father is Kemakolam Obasih... sister, Chidera Obasih, competes in track and field at Indiana State... father was born and raised in Nigeria before moving to the United States at age 17 when he received a full academic scholarship to Ohio University... volunteered on Boy Scouts service projects and as youth football coach... majoring in finance, investment and banking and risk management and insurance OBASIH CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / / / Tot. 41/ OBASIH CAREER GAME BY GAME 2014 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Western Ill Bowling Green South Florida at N western Illinois Maryland at Rutgers Purdue Nebraska at Iowa Minnesota vs Ohio State vs Auburn UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State

62 Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich OBASIH CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 7 vs. Northwestern, Nov. 21, 2015 Tackles for Loss: 1.5 (3x), MR vs.maryland, Nov. 7, 2015 Sacks: 1.0 (3x) MR vs. Minnesota, Nov. 26, 2016 Interceptions: -- Passes Defended: 2 vs. Western Michigan, Jan. 2, Chris Orr ILB So./So DeSoto, Texas (DeSoto) Career: Has played in 11 games with 7 starts at inside linebacker over two injury-affected seasons... owns 46 tackles, 2.0 TFLs, 0.5 sacks, 1 forced fumble and 2 pass breakups... received medical hardship waiver for seasonending injury suffered in Season: Played in 1 game with 1 start... started at inside linebacker in Lambeau Field College Classic vs. LSU on Sept suffered season-ending torn ACL on first defensive snap of the season 2015 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 10 games with six starts at inside linebacker registered 46 total tackles, ranking sixth on team, including 2.0 TFLs and 0.5 sack also forced one fumble and broke up two passes logged career-high 14 tackles, including 11 solo stops, vs. Troy on Sept. 19 also had a TFL and pass breakup vs. Troy made eight tackles vs. Iowa on Oct. 3 had seven tackles, including 0.5 sack, vs. Purdue on Oct. 17 recorded 0.5 TFL in Holiday Bowl vs. USC on Dec. 30 made four tackles vs. Miami (Ohio) on Sept. 12 and vs. Hawai I on Sept. 26 recorded two tackles in Badgers debut vs. Alabama on Sept. 5 High School: Three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN and Scout honorable mention all-state by Associated Press as a senior named first-team all-district as a junior and senior voted DeSoto team MVP as a senior racked up 183 tackles, with four forced fumbles, three fumble recovers, an interception and two defensive TDs as a senior... had 172 tackles, eight forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries as a junior finished two-year varsity career with 374 total tackles, 13 forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and three defensive TDs team captain as a senior graduated in top 10 percent of his class member of National Honor Society and Spanish Honor Society coach was Todd Peterman Personal: Parents are Terry and Rita Orr father played tight end in the NFL for the Washington Redskins from and played college football at Texas has three brothers, Terrance, Zachary and Nick brother, Zachary, is a linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens brother, Nick, is a safety at TCU member of DeSoto Youth Advisory Council, Peer Assistance Leadership, Desoto Night Out, Youth Usher Board, IMPACT Youth Ministry, IMPACT Choir, Season of Service Ministry and Spanish Club... life sciences communication major ORR CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / / Tot. 11/ ORR CAREER GAME BY GAME 2015 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Minnesota vs. USC UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU ORR CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 14 vs. Troy, Sept. 19, 2015 Tackles for Loss: 1.0 vs. Troy, Sept. 19, 2015 Sacks: -- Interceptions: -- Passes Defended: 1 (2x) MR vs. Troy, Sept. 19, Jeremy Patterson NT Sr./Jr Screven, Ga. (Wayne County) 2016 Season: Earned second letter, appearing in two games... made season debut vs. Illinois on Nov saw action at Purdue on Nov Season: Earned first letter, playing in two games... made Badgers debut vs. Iowa on Oct. 3 saw action vs. Rutgers on Oct Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN.com, Rivals, Scout and 247 Sports... finished career with 118 tackles, 33 TFLs, 23 sacks, 14 pass breakups and 11 fumble recoveries... all-state selection by Atlanta Journal Constitution and Associated Press as a senior... selected to play in Georgia Sports Alliance East/West All-Star Game as a senior... recorded 53 tackles, 18 TFLs and 14 sacks as a senior... two-time all-region pick in track and field... also lettered in basketball... high school coach was Jody Grooms Personal: Has an older brother, Jarod Patterson... majoring in human development and family studies PATTERSON CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / / Tot. 4/

63 PATTERSON CAREER GAME BY GAME 2015 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD Iowa Rutgers UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD Illinois Purdue touchdowns as a senior... first-team all-state, first-team all-conference, all-region... team MVP and captain... Kenosha Alan Ameche Award finalist... caught 26 passes for 425 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior... first-team all-state, first-team all-conference, all-region... career totals of 115 catches for 1774 yards and 37 touchdowns... head coach was Frank Matrise PATTERSON CAREER HIGHS Tackles: -- Tackles for Loss: -- Sacks: -- Passes Defended: Jazz Peavy WR Sr.#/Sr Kenosha, Wis. (Tremper) Career: Has played in 29 games with 14 starts owns 63 receptions for 903 yards and 5 touchdowns also has recorded 21 carries for 318 rushing yards and a touchdown, all coming as a junior in 2016 has made 19 punt returns for 108 yards 2016 Season: Earned third letter, playing in all 14 games with 11 starts had 43 catches for 635 receiving yards (14.8 average) and 5 touchdowns averaged 15.1 rushing yards per carry and scored 1 rushing touchdown returned 17 punts for 99 yards scored 2 touchdowns vs. Akron on Sept. 10, making 7 receptions for 100 yards, all career-high totals carried 3 times for 50 yards in Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic vs. Western Michigan on Jan. 2 caught 4 passes for 53 yards in Big Ten Football Championship Game vs. Penn State on Dec. 3 rushed for 83 yards and made 4 catches for 47 yards vs. Minnesota on Nov. 26 ran for a 46-yard touchdown on lone carry against Northwestern on Nov. 5 scored a touchdown vs. Ohio State on Oct. 15 with 4 receptions for 76 yards, adding 6 carries for 70 yards scored touchdown receptions against Illinois on Nov. 12 and against Purdue on Nov. 19 had 1 punt return for 15 yards against Georgia State on Sept Season: Earned second letter, playing in all 13 games with three starts made 20 catches for 268 yards also had two punt returns for total of 9 yards recorded five receptions for 88 yards, including a 42-yarder, all career highs, vs. Northwestern on Nov. 21 caught four passes for 44 yards at Nebraska on Oct. 10 made three catches for 18 yards vs. Troy on Sept. 19 logged two receptions for 15 yards vs. Miami (Ohio) on Sept. 12 had two catches for 48 yards vs. Purdue on Oct. 17 caught two passes for 31 yards at Maryland on Nov. 7 made first reception of career for 14 yards in season opener vs. Alabama on Sept Season: Played in two games... saw action vs. Maryland on Oct. 25 and at Rutgers on Nov Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star recruit according to ESPN and Rivals... rated as the No. 177 wide receiver by ESPN... rated as the No. 9 recruit in the state by ESPN, No. 11 by Rivals... had 38 catches for 535 yards and eight 61 Personal: Parents are Linda and Jeff Peavy... volunteered with Boys and Girls Club youth football camp... helped distribute gifts to less fortunate children at the Holiday House... enjoys weight lifting, basketball and video games... majoring in community and nonprofit leadership PEAVY CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Att Yds TD Y/C LG / / / Totals 29/ PEAVY CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Rec Yds TD Y/C LG / / / Totals 29/ PEAVY CAREER PUNT RETURN STATISTICS Year GP/GS Ret Yds TD Avg Lg / / / Totals 29/ PEAVY CAREER GAME BY GAME RUSH/RECEIVE Rushing Receiving 2014 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg Maryland at Rutgers Rushing Receiving 2015 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC Rushing Receiving 2016 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois

64 Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich PEAVY CAREER GAME-BY-GAME PUNT RETURNS 2015 Ret Yds TD Avg Lg Hawai i Rutgers Ret Yds TD Avg Lg Akron Georgia State Michigan Iowa Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich PEAVY CAREER HIGHS Rush Attempts: 6 vs. Ohio State, Oct. 15, 2016 Rush Yards: 83 vs. Minnesota, Nov. 26, 2016 Rush TDs: 1 at Northwestern, Nov. 5, 2016 Long Rush: 71 vs. Minnesota, Nov. 26, 2016 Receptions: 7 vs. Akron, Sept. 10, 2016 Receiving Yards: 100 vs. Akron, Sept. 10, 2016 Receiving TDs: 2 vs. Akron, Sept. 10, 2016 Long Reception: 42 vs. Northwestern, Nov. 21, 2015 Punt Returns: 3 at Michigan, Oct. 1, 2016 Punt Return Yds: 25 at Northwestern, Nov. 5, 2016 Long Punt Ret.: 15 vs. Georgia St., Sept. 17, Kyle Penniston TE Jr./So Orange, Calif. (Mater Dei) 2016 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 12 games with 3 starts finished with 6 receptions for 102 yards and 2 touchdowns scored go-ahead 1-yard touchdown in fourth quarter vs. Georgia State on Sept. 17, finishing with career-high 3 receptions for 35 yards scored a 7-yard touchdown on his lone reception vs. Illinois on Nov. 12 caught a career-long 54-yard pass at Iowa on Oct. 22 made 1 reception for 6 yards in Big Ten Football Championship Game vs. Penn State on Dec. 3 made Badgers debut in Lambeau Field College Classic vs. LSU on Sept Season: Redshirt season High School: Four-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN. com and Rivals... ranked as No. 6 tight end in nation by Rivals and No. 10 by ESPN.com... selected to 2015 Under Armour All-America Game... caught 31 passes for 419 yards and two touchdowns as a senior... made 11 catches for 131 yards and a touchdown as a junior... coach was Bruce Rollinson Personal: Parents are Scott and Teri Penniston... father Scott played college football at California Lutheran... enjoys scuba diving... majoring in economics PENNISTON CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Att Yds TD Y/C LG 2015 Redshirt season / Totals 12/ PENNISTON CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Rec Yds TD Y/C LG 2015 Redshirt season / Totals 12/ PENNISTON CAREER GAME BY GAME Rushing Receiving 2016 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Iowa Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich PENNISTON CAREER HIGHS Rush Attempts: -- Rush Yards: -- Rush TDs: -- Long Rush: -- Receptions: 3 vs. Georgia St., Sept. 17, 2016 Receiving Yards: 54 at Iowa, Oct. 22, 2016 Receiving TDs: 1 (2x) MR vs. Illinois, Nov. 12, 2016 Long Reception: 54 at Iowa, Oct. 22, Emmet Perry WR Fr./Fr Grand Prairie, Texas (DeSoto) High School: Three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout saw first major game action as a senior, recording 45 receptions for 830 yards and 9 touchdowns helped DeSoto claim Class 6A Division II state championship with 16-0 record head coach was Todd Peterman wide receivers coach was Terrance Orr II, brother of Badgers linebacker Chris Orr Personal: Parents are Latasha and Chester Johnson volunteered with Feed DeSoto at Thanksgiving 52 David Pfaff DE Jr./So Mequon, Wis. (Homestead) 2016 Season: Did not play 2015 Season: Redshirt season Personal: Three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN and 62 62

65 Scout 2014 Wisconsin Football Coaches Association Defensive Player of the Year first-team all-state selection by WFCA and Associated Press as a senior and junior received Tim Krumrie Award as state s most outstanding senior defensive lineman led Homestead to Wisconsin Division 2 state semifinals as a senior in 2014 helped Homestead allow just 13.1 points and total yards per game four-year team captain two-time MVP four-year Merit Award recipient also lettered in track, wrestling and swimming coach was Dave Keel Personal: Parents are David and Barbara Pfaff Eagle Scout enjoys snowmobiling, hunting and watching movies... majoring in community and nonprofit leadership 95 Keldric Preston DE So./Fr Tampa, Fla. (Robinson) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout first-team All-Western Conference as a senior, recording 64 tackles, 5 sacks, 2 forced fumbles and a blocked field goal second-team All-Hillsborough County by Tampa Tribune as a senior second-team All-Western Conference as a sophomore and junior finished career with 135 tackles, 12 sacks, 4 forced fumbles and 2 pass breakups team MVP as a senior two-year team captain also competed in track and field high school coach was Shawn Taylor Personal: Parents are Kelven and Jacqueline Preston brother, Quinton, played football at Assumption College... human development and family studies major 3 Kendric Pryor WR So./Fr Hazel Crest, Ill. (Homewood-Flossmoor) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout first-team all-state by Champaign News-Gazette as a senior, logging 43 receptions for 1,152 yards and 12 touchdowns first-team All- Southwest Suburban Conference as a junior and senior... recorded 33 catches for 704 yards and 7 TDs as a junior also three-year letterwinner in basketball, earning honorable mention all-state honors as a sophomore high school coach was Craig Buzea Personal: Parents are Keith Pryor and Cynthia Pryor relatives Tony Pryor (Indiana State), Keith Pryor (Eureka), Ontario Pryor (Eastern Michigan) and Troy Pryor (Illinois) all played college football 20 Austin Ramesh FB Sr.#/Sr Land O Lakes, Wis. (Northland Pines) Career: Has played in 27 games with 9 starts at fullback has recorded 17 carries for 58 yards and 2 rushing touchdowns owns 7 catches for 54 yards and 1 touchdown reception 2016 Season: Earned third letter, playing in 11 games with 9 starts had a career-high 4 carries for 12 yards vs. Akron on Sept. 10, scoring first career touchdown had 2 carries for 7 yards, scoring go-ahead touchdown in fourth quarter vs. Ohio State on Oct. 15 converted game-clinching first down with a 10-yard run in fourth quarter of Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic vs. Western Michigan on Jan. 2 caught a 14-yard pass vs. Iowa on Oct Season: Earned second letter, playing in nine games with two starts caught one pass for 12 yards vs. Iowa on Oct Season: Earned first letter, playing in seven games with two starts at fullback... finished season with three catches for 18 yards and a touchdown... started and caught 3-yard touchdown pass for first career reception in first career game vs. Western Illinois on Sept had one catch for 9 yards at Northwestern on Oct started and made one reception for 6 yards vs. Bowling Green on Sept also saw action vs. Auburn in Outback Bowl on Jan. 1, vs. Minnesota on Nov. 22, vs. Illinois on Oct. 11 and vs. South Florida on Sept Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star recruit according to ESPN, Rivals and Scout... ranked as the No. 58 outside linebacker by Rivals, No. 96 by ESPN... rated the No. 3 fullback by Scout... ranked as the No. 5 recruit in the state of Wisconsin according to ESPN and Rivals... rushed for 1,670 yards, 19 touchdowns, 12 receptions for 279 yards and three touchdowns while making 93 tackles on defense as a senior... first-team all-state as a linebacker and running back, first-team all-conference, conference player of the year, first-team all-region... team MVP and captain... lead the state in rushing with 2,263 yards, 19 touchdowns, 335 receiving yards and three touchdowns receiving, with 98 tackles and a sack on defense as a junior... first-team all-conference, conference player of the year, team MVP and captain... sophomore year, ran for 1,650 yards to go with 42 receiving yards, 22 total touchdowns... first-team all-conference, team MVP... career totals include 5,939 rushing yards, which is third all-time in the state of Wisconsin, 60 rushing touchdowns, 9.4 yards per carry and rushing yards per game... also earned four varsity letters in hockey, including earning all-conference honorable mention as a sophomore, second-team all-conference as a junior... head coach was Eric Swanson Personal: Parents are Shelly and Chad Ramesh... father played football at Ripon College... honor roll student throughout high school... enjoys hunting and snowmobiling... volunteered with the Special Olympics Project 63 63

66 UNIFY, the Eagle River Recreation Association and other local community service events... majoring in rehabilitation psychology RAMESH CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Att Yds TD Y/C LG / / / Totals 27/ RAMESH CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Rec Yds TD Y/C LG / / / Totals 27/ RAMESH CAREER GAME BY GAME Rushing Receiving 2014 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg Western Ill Bowling Green South Florida at N western Illinois Minnesota vs Auburn Rushing Receiving 2015 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Minnesota Rushing Receiving 2016 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich RAMESH CAREER HIGHS Rush Attempts: 4 vs. Akron, Sept. 10, 2016 Rush Yards: 12 vs. Akron, Sept. 10, 2016 Rush TDs: 1 (2x) MR vs. Ohio State, Oct. 15, 2016 Long Rush: 10 vs. Western Michigan, Jan. 2, 2017 Receptions: 1 (6x) MR at Iowa, Oct. 22, 2016 Receiving Yards: 14 at Iowa, Oct. 22, 2016 Receiving TDs: 1 vs. Western Ill., Sept. 6, 2014 Long Reception: 14 at Iowa, Oct. 22, Garrett Rand DE So./So Chandler, Ariz. (Hamilton) 2016 Season: Earned first letter, playing in all 14 games... finished with 5 tackles... recorded 1 solo tackle vs. Akron on Sept garnered 2 tackles, including 1 solo stop, vs. Nebraska on Oct made 1 solo tackle vs. Minnesota on Nov logged 1 tackle vs. Penn State in the Big Ten Championship Game on Dec. 3 High School: Four-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout earned invitation to 2016 U.S. Army All-American Bowl named top defensive lineman at The Opening Los Angeles Regional received Curley Culp Award as state s top senior defensive lineman from National Football Foundation two-time first-team All- Section I selection named Section I Player of the Year as a senior, logging 92 tackles, 29 TFLs, 15 sacks and 20 quarterback hurries recorded 66 tackles (18.5 TFLs, 9.5 sacks) as a junior and 71 tackles (16 TFLs, 7 sacks) as a sophomore finished career with 248 tackles, 66 TFLs, 32.5 sacks, 3 forced fumbles and 73 QB hurries also lettered in wrestling, earning all-state honors as a freshman high school coach was Steve Belles Personal: Parents are Scotty and Tomaara Rand RAND CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / Tot. 14/ RAND CAREER GAME BY GAME 2016 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich RAND CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 3 vs. Nebraska, Oct. 29, 2016 Tackles for Loss: -- Sacks: -- Interceptions: -- Passes Defended:

67 74 Gunnar Roberge NT Jr./So Seymour, Wis. (Seymour) 2016 Season: Did not play 2015 Season: Redshirt season High School: Honorable mention all-state by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association as a senior all-region by WFCA as a senior two-time first-team All-Bay Conference ended his career with 103 tackles, including 15 tackles for loss and 11.5 sacks also had four forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and four blocked kicks named team MVP as a senior, recording 46 tackles, seven TFLs and four sacks and logging one forced fumble, two fumble recoveries and four blocked kicks as a junior, registered 49 tackles, including eight tackles for loss, four sacks and three forced fumbles also lettered in wrestling honor roll student high school coach was Matt Molle Personal: Parents are Donovan Roberge and Jessie Woldt enjoys exercising, reading and writing... major is kinesiology 38 P.J. Rosowski P Sr./Jr Stoughton, Wis. (Stoughton) Honors and Awards 2015: Academic All-Big Ten 2016: Academic All-Big Ten Career: Has played in 19 games took over as Badgers kickoff specialist as a sophomore in 2016 has logged 87 kickoffs for 5,532 yards (63.7 average) also has recorded 16 punts for 590 yards 2016 Season: Earned second letter, playing in all 14 games as kickoff specialist kicked off 79 times for 5,032 yards, averaging 63.7 yards per kick (third-best in Big Ten) recorded touchbacks on 64.6% of kickoffs (51 of 79), ranking No. 15 nationally and No. 2 in Big Ten also punted 15 times for 550 yards, placing 3 punts inside the 20 booted career-best 51-yard punt and averaged 40.8 yards per punt in Lambeau Field College Classic vs. LSU on Sept. 3, also logging 4 kickoffs for a career-best 65.0-yard average kicked off career-high 9 times on two occasions, averaging 63.2 yards against Illinois on Nov. 12 and averaging 62.0 yards vs. Akron on Sept. 10 matched career high by averaging 65.0 yards per kickoff four times, including in Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic vs. Western Michigan on Jan Season: Earned first letter, playing in five games made Badgers debut vs. Miami (Ohio) on Sept. 12, punting once for 40 yards recorded eight kickoffs over four games, averaging 62.5 yards per kick kicked off three times vs. Rutgers on Oct. 31 and three times vs. Maryland on Nov. 7 also logged single kickoffs vs. Iowa on Oct. 3 and at Minnesota on Nov Season: Redshirt season High School: First-team all-area punter and secondteam All-Badger South Conference kicker and punter as a senior... earned All-Badger South honorable mention as a junior... Guy Sundt Award winner as Stoughton s most outstanding athlete... won Viking Award and Rotary Leadership Award as a senior... averaged 41.3 yards on 39 punts as a senior, with four kicks over 50 yards a long of also logged 47 tackles... also lettered in basketball and baseball, serving as team captain for all three sports... unanimous first-team All-Badger South pitcher as a senior... also first-team All-Badger South in basketball as a senior... National Honor Society member... high school coach was Jason Thiry Personal: Parents are Paul and Ellen Rosowski... father was a punter at UW-River Falls... sister, Lauren, plays volleyball at UW-La Crosse... member of Students Against Destructive Decisions in high school... majoring in geological engineering ROSOWSKI CAREER PUNTING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Punts Yds Avg In-20 Lg / / Totals 19/ ROSOWSKI CAREER KICKING STATISTICS Year G/S FGM FGA FG% Lg PAT PAT% / / Tot. 19/ ROSOWSKI CAREER KICKOFF STATISTICS Year G/S No. Yards Avg / / Tot. 19/ ROSOWSKI CAREER GAME-BY-GAME PUNTING 2015 P Yds Avg Lg Blk TB FC 50+ I20 Miami (Ohio) Iowa Rutgers Maryland Minnesota P Yds Avg Lg Blk TB FC 50+ I20 vs LSU Akron Georgia St Michigan St Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich

68 ROSOWSKI CAREER GAME-BY-GAME KICKING Field Goals Kickoffs PAT 2015 M-A Lg Bk No Yds Avg TB OB M-A Miami (Ohio) Iowa Rutgers Maryland Minnesota Field Goals Kickoffs PAT 2016 M-A Lg Bk No Yds Avg TB OB M-A vs LSU Akron Georgia St Michigan St Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich ROSOWSKI CAREER HIGHS Punts: 5 vs. Ohio State, Oct. 15, 2016 Punting Yards: 178 vs. Ohio State, Oct. 15, 2016 Punting Average: 40.8 vs. LSU, Sept. 3, 2016 Long Punt: 51 vs. LSU, Sept. 3, 2016 FG Made: -- FG Attempted: -- Long FG: -- PAT Made: -- PAT Attempted: -- Kickoffs: 9 (2x) MR vs. Illinois, Nov. 12, 2016 Kickoff Yards: 569 vs. Illinois, Nov. 12, 2016 Kickoff Average: 65.0 (4x) MR vs. W. Michigan, Jan. 2, 2017 Touchbacks: 6 (2x) MR at Purdue, Nov. 19, Peter Roy WR Sr./Jr Muskego, Wis. (Muskego) 2016 Season: Did not play 2015 Season: Did not play 2014 Season: Redshirt season High School: Recorded 650 passing yards, 1,960 rushing yards and accounted for 37 total touchdowns... firstteam All-Classic 8 Conference running back as a junior and senior... two-year team captain... team MVP as a senior... member of U19 and U17 Wisconsin Selects rugby team... four-year honor roll student... head coach was Ken Krause Personal: Parents are Michael and Sharon Roy... volunteered with Youth All Sports Camp, NFL Play 60 and MS Walk... enjoys hunting and golfing... majoring in kinesiology 17 George Rushing WR Sr./Sr Miramar, Fla. (Cardinal Gibbons) Career: Has played in 39 games with 1 start owns 18 receptions for 208 yards has 7 carries for 40 rushing yards 2016 Season: Earned third letter, playing in all 14 games recorded 12 catches for 136 yards recorded multiple catches in 5 games caught a season-long 19-yard pass against Georgia State on Sept. 17 caught 2 passes for 18 yards in Lambeau Field College Classic vs. LSU on Sept. 3 had 2 receptions for season-best 27 yards in Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic vs. Western Michigan on Jan Season: Earned second letter, playing in 11 games caught one pass for 10 yards vs. Northwestern on Nov. 21 logged one rushing attempt for 6 yards vs. Iowa on Oct. 3 also had one carry for 1 yard vs. Purdue on Oct Season: Earned first letter, playing in all 14 games with one start... finished season with five catches for 62 yards and four carries for 17 rushing yards... earned start at wide receiver in first career game vs. LSU on Aug carried for a 16-yard run vs. Auburn in Outback Bowl on Jan caught two passes for 32 yards, including a career-long 24-yard reception, and carried once for 1 yard at Rutgers on Nov caught a 13-yard pass vs. Maryland on Oct had a 10-yard reception vs. Western Illinois on Sept caught a 7-yard pass at Purdue on Nov logged two carries for 8 yards vs. Bowling Green on Sept carried once for 8 yards vs. South Florida on Sept. 27 High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN.com, Rivals, Scout and 247 Sports... named third-team all-state and first-team all-county as a senior... recorded 49 receptions for 670 yards and 18 touchdowns despite playing with two other teammates that also accepted FBS scholarship offers... tallied 26 receptions for 549 yards and nine TDs as a junior... also a three-year letterwinner in track... high school coach was Mike Morrill Personal: Parents are George Rushing Jr. and Kimberly Ford and Pierre Eric... father played football at Florida from majoring in human development and family studies RUSHING CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Rec Yds TD Y/C LG / / / Totals 39/ RUSHING CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Att Yds TD Y/C LG / / / Totals 39/

69 RUSHING CAREER GAME BY GAME Rushing Receiving 2014 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg vs LSU Western Ill Bowling Green South Florida at N western Illinois Maryland at Rutgers at Purdue Nebraska at Iowa Minnesota vs Ohio State vs Auburn Rushing Receiving 2015 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Rushing Receiving 2016 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich RUSHING CAREER HIGHS Rush Attempts: 2 vs. Bowling Green, Sept. 20, 2014 Rush Yards: 16 vs. Auburn, Jan. 1, 2015 Rush TDs: -- Long Rush: 16 vs. Auburn, Jan. 1, 2015 Receptions: 2 (6x) MR vs. W. Michigan, Jan. 2, 2017 Receiving Yards: 32 vs. Rutgers, Nov. 1, 2014 Receiving TDs: -- Long Reception: 24 vs. Rutgers, Nov. 1, Mark Saari RB Sr./Jr Montreal, Wis. (Hurley) Honors and Awards 2015: BIg Ten Distinguished Scholar 2016 Season: Did not play 2015 Season: Played in 1 game logged 3 carries for no net gain, with a long of 3 yards, vs. Miami (Ohio) on Sept Season: Redshirt season High School: Honorable mention all-state by Associated Press as a senior... Great Western Conference Offensive Back of the Year as a senior... first-team All-GWC... finished career with 2,441 rushing yards and 31 rushing touchdowns (scored 33 total TDs)... registered 143 career tackles, with one forced fumble, four fumble recoveries and three interceptions... also lettered in basketball and track and field... National Football Foundation scholar-athlete... held 4.0 GPA... coach was Scott Erickson Personal: Parents are Joe and Kathy Saaari cousin, Rob Dicinno, wrestled for Drexel University active with volunteer work enjoys weight training, hunting and pick-up sports... majoring in kinesiology SAARI CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Att Yds TD Y/C LG / Did not play Totals 1/ SAARI CAREER GAME BY GAME Rushing Receiving 2015 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg Miami (Ohio) SAARI CAREER HIGHS Rush Attempts: 3 vs. Miami (Ohio), Sept. 12, 2015 Rush Yards: 0 vs. Miami (Ohio), Sept. 12, 2015 Rush TDs: -- Long Rush: 3 vs. Miami (Ohio), Sept. 12, 2015 Receptions: -- Receiving Yards: -- Receiving TDs: Olive Sagapolu NT Jr./Jr Huntington Beach, Calif. (Mater Dei) Career: Has played in 22 games with 9 starts owns 21 tackles, including 2.0 TFLs and 1.0 sack 2016 Season: Earned second letter, playing in 9 games with 5 starts missed 5 games due to injury had 14 tackles, including 1.0 sack made career-high 5 tackles, with 2 solo stops, at Michigan on Oct. 1 had 3 tackles in Big Ten Football Championship Game vs. Penn State 67 67

70 on Dec. 3 logged 2 solo tackles, including first career sack, vs. Minnesota on Nov. 26 recorded 2 tackles in Lambeau Field College Classic vs. LSU on Sept Season: Earned first letter, playing in all 13 games with four starts at nose tackle finished with seven tackles, including 1.0 TFL made four tackles at Nebraska on Oct. 10 recorded two stops vs. Iowa on Oct. 3 logged 1.0 TFL in Holiday Bowl vs. USC on Dec. 30 High School: Three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout as a senior, named first-team All- California Interscholastic Federation for Pac-5 Division first-team All-Trinity league first-team All-Orange County played in the Polynesian All-American Bowl finished senior season with 24 tackles, including 2 TFLs, a sack and a fumble recovery 2014 Rack and Line Leader lettered all four years recognized as team s Most Valuable Offensive Lineman as a freshman, Most Improved Player as a junior and Most Valuable Defensive Lineman as a senior also lettered in cheerleading high school coach was Bruce Rollinson Personal: Parents are Tulimalefo I Martina Sagapolu and Jess Roberts uncle, Domata Peko, played football at Michigan State and now plays for Cincinnati Bengals uncle, Tupe Peko, played football at Michigan State and for three years with the Indianapolis Colts Monarchs for Marines counselor... volunteered with Welcome Home Ministry, County of Los Angeles Service Project, City of Garden Grove Memorial, Bruce Rollinson Fundamental Football Camp and Seabreeze Church enjoys swimming in the ocean, playing the ukulele and singing... major is community and nonprofit leadership SAGAPOLU CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / / Tot. 22/ SAGAPOLU CAREER GAME BY GAME 2015 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich SAGAPOLU CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 5 at Michigan, Oct. 1, 2016 Tackles for Loss: 1.0 (2x) MR vs. Minnesota, Nov. 26, 2016 Sacks: 1.0 vs. Minnesota, Nov. 26, 2016 Interceptions: -- Passes Defended: Josh Seltzner OL Fr./Fr Columbus, Wis. (Columbus) High School: First-team all-state by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association and second-team all-state by Associated Press as a senior unanimous Capital North Conference Offensive Lineman of the Year and firstteam all-conference pick as a senior also first-team all-conference as a defensive tackle sophomore and junior years recorded 74 tackles, 18 tackles for loss and 5 sacks during junior season registered 47 total tackles, 6 tackles for loss and 3 sacks as a sophomore as a senior, had 29 total tackles, 6 TFLs and 2.5 sacks team captain won state championship in shot put and placed fifth in discus at Division 2 state meet as a senior set school record in shot put with throw of 60 feet, 5 inches finished fifth in shot put at state meet both as a sophomore and junior also competed in basketball coach was Scott Hilber Personal: Parents are Jeff and Carmin Seltzner 7 Bradrick Shaw RB Jr./So Birmingham, Ala. (Hoover) Honors and Awards 2017 Preseason: Doak Walker Award watch list 2016: Academic All-Big Ten 2016 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 11 games with 1 start had 88 carries for 457 yards and 5 touchdowns ran 15 times for 62 yards in Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic vs. Western Michigan on Jan. 2 scored 2 touchdowns vs. Purdue on Nov. 19, carrying 8 times for 68 yards ran for 23 yards on 2 carries vs. Nebraska on Oct. 29, scoring a touchdown earned first career start vs. Illinois on Nov. 12, recording 19 carries for 80 yards, both career-high totals, and a touchdown also recorded first career reception vs. Illinois logged career-long 35-yard run vs. Akron on Sept Season: Redshirt season High School: Four-star recruit by ESPN and Rivals three-star recruit by 247 Sports and Scout named second-team all-state by Alabama Sports Writers Association as a senior helped Hoover win Alabama Class 7A state title for its third-straight state championship rushed for 1,255 yards and 17 touchdowns, averaging 6.8 yards per carry rushed for 220 yards and three TDs on just seven carries in game vs. Tuscaloosa 68 68

71 County ran for 101 yards and two TDs in Class 7A state championship game only second freshman in school history to move up to varsity team two-year team captain also won letters in basketball, indoor and outdoor track won the Emerging Elite long jump at New Balance Indoor Nationals as a junior helped Hoover to state track title as a senior, winning Class 7A triple jump (47-1 3/4) and finishing second in long jump (22-7 1/4) coach was Josh Nibblett Personal: Parents are Brad Shaw Sr. and Karen Shaw brother, Brad Shaw Jr., plays football at South Alabama oldest brother, Marcus, played football at South Florida from life sciences communication major SHAW CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Att Yds TD Y/C LG 2015 Redshirt season / Totals 11/ SHAW CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Rec Yds TD Y/C LG 2015 Redshirt season / Totals 11/ SHAW CAREER GAME BY GAME Rushing Receiving 2016 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg vs LSU Akron Georgia State Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State SHAW CAREER HIGHS Rush Attempts: 19 vs. Illinois, Nov. 12, 2016 Rush Yards: 80 vs. Illinois, Nov. 12, 2016 Rush TDs: 2 at Purdue, Nov. 19, 2016 Long Rush: 35 vs. Akron, Sept. 10, 2016 Receptions: 1 vs. Illinois, Nov. 12, 2016 Receiving Yards: 6 vs. Illinois, Nov. 12, 2016 Receiving TDs: -- Long Reception: 6 vs. Illinois, Nov. 12, Conor Sheehy DE Sr./Sr Milwaukee, Wis. (Marquette) Honors and Awards 2017 Preseason: Bednarik Award watch list, Nagurski Trophy watch list 2016: Third-team All-Big Ten (coaches), honorable mention All-Big Ten (media) 2015: Academic All-Big Ten Career: Has played in 40 games with 19 starts owns 60 tackles, including 8.0 TFLs and 4.5 sacks 2016 Season: Earned third letter, playing in 13 games with 11 starts logged 27 tackles, 4.0 TFLs and 2.5 sacks, as well as 1 forced fumble recorded 5 tackles, including career-high 4 solo stops, vs. Northwestern on Nov. 5, adding 1.0 sack and a forced fumble had 3 tackles, including a sack, against Ohio State on Oct. 15 recorded 3 tackles against Minnesota on Nov Season: Earned second letter, playing in all 13 games with six starts at nose tackle and two starts at defensive end made 31 total tackles, including 3.0 for loss and 2.0 sacks also had one pass breakup logged career-high five tackles vs. Northwestern on Nov. 21 had four tackles, including 0.5 TFL, at Illinois on Oct. 24 finished with three tackles, including 1.0 sack, vs. Troy on Sept. 19 made three tackles, including 0.5 sack, vs. Iowa on Oct. 3 recorded three total stops at Nebraska on Oct. 10 made two tackles, including 0.5 TFL, in Holiday Bowl vs. USC on Dec. 30 had two tackles, including 0.5 sack, vs. Miami (Ohio) on Sept. 12 also recorded two tackles vs. Hawai I on Sept. 26, vs. Purdue on Oct. 17, vs. Rutgers on Oct. 31 and at Maryland on Nov Season: Earned first letter, playing in all 14 games... finished with two total tackles, including 1.0 TFL... made his Badgers debut and recorded first career tackle in season opener vs. LSU on Aug had one tackle vs. Western Illinois on Sept. 6 High School: Four-star recruit by Scout... three-star recruit by ESPN.com, Rivals and 247 Sports... finished career with 218 total tackles, 43 TFLs, 14 sacks and three forced fumbles... first-team all-state selection by the Associated Press and Wisconsin Football Coaches Association as a senior... named Greater Metro Conference Defensive Player of the Year and Athlete of the Year... finished senior season with 100 tackles, 20 TFLs and four sacks... earned WFCA all-state honors as a junior, finishing with 70 tackles, 20 TFLs and eight sacks... two-time all-area, all-region and all-conference first team selection... named second-team all-conference as a sophomore after recording 48 tackles, three TFLs and two sacks... took second place in national powerlifting competition as a sophomore... also competed in baseball, track and field and wrestling... head coach was Jeff Mazurczak Personal: Parents are Tim and Elizabeth Sheehy... father played baseball at Wisconsin from sister, Anna, competed in crew at Duke from personal finance major SHEEHY CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / / / Tot. 40/ SHEEHY CAREER GAME BY GAME 2014 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Western Ill Bowling Green South Florida at N western

72 Illinois Maryland at Rutgers at Purdue Nebraska at Iowa Minnesota vs Ohio State vs Auburn UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern Minnesota vs. USC UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs W. Mich SHEEHY CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 5 (2x) MR at Northwestern, Nov. 5, 2016 Tackles for Loss: 1.5 at Northwestern, Nov. 5, 2016 Sacks: 1.0 (3x) MR at Northwestern, Nov. 5, 2016 Interceptions: -- Passes Defended: 1 at Minnesota, Nov. 28, Blake Smithback OL Fr./Fr Waunakee, Wis. (Waunakee) High School: First-team all-state by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association and second-team all-state by Associated Press as a senior Badger Conference North Lineman of the Year as a senior two-time first-team All- Badger Conference North selection WFCA All-Region as a junior and senior honorable mention all-conference as a sophomore team captain two-time team MVP WFCA Academic All-State coach was Pat Rice Personal: Parents are Jon and Jenny Smithback father played football at UW-River Falls volunteered at the Waunakee Neighborhood Connection, food pantry and elementary school 23 Mason Stokke ILB So./Fr Menomonie, Wis. (Menomonie) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star prospect by 247 Sports, Rivals and Scout first-team all-state as both a linebacker and running back by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association and Associated Press as a senior, rushing for 1,740 yards and 29 touchdowns while logging 184 tackles, 22 TFLs, 2 sacks, 3 forced fumbles and 3 interceptions 2015 WFCA Defensive Player of the Year named 2015 John Anderson Award winner as state s top senior linebacker named league s offensive and defensive MVP by Big Rivers Conference three-time first-team All-Big Rivers selection three-year team captain won state wrestling title at 195 lbs. as a junior, not surrendering a single point during state tournament and finishing season with 45-0 record finished third at state at 152 lbs. as a sophomore four-year Academic All-State selection National Honor Society high school coach was Joe LaBuda Personal: Parents are Randy and Bobbie Stokke brother, Neico, plays football at Minnesota State... majoring in personal finance 4 A.J. Taylor WR So./So Kansas City, Mo. (Rockhurst) 2016 Season: Earned first letter, playing in 13 games logged 3 receptions for 53 yards had 4 carries for 19 rushing yards caught 2 passes vs. Akron on Sept. 10, including a career-long 35-yard reception had 2 carries for 24 yards vs. Iowa on Oct. 22 caught 1 pass for 14 yards against Georgia State on Sept. 17 High School: Four-star prospect by Rivals three-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN and Scout selected for 2016 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl first-team all-state running back by Missouri Football Coaches Association and Missouri media as a senior, rushing for 1,721 yards and 16 touchdowns also recorded 338 receiving yards and 5 TD catches finished senior season with 2,560 all-purpose yards and 22 total TDs second-team all-state as a junior, rushing for 864 yards and 11 TDs and adding 215 yards and 3 TDs as a receiver helped Rockhurst to 12-2 record and state runnerup finish in Class 6 as a junior for his career, totaled 2,828 rushing yards (7.6 ypc) and 29 TDs, along with 609 receiving yards and 8 TD catches honor roll student high school coach was Tony Severino Personal: Parents are Andrea Taylor and Joseph Taylor... personal finance major TAYLOR CAREER RUSHING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Att Yds TD Y/C LG / Totals 13/

73 TAYLOR CAREER RECEIVING STATISTICS Year GP/GS Rec Yds TD Y/C LG / Totals 13/ TAYLOR CAREER GAME BY GAME Rushing Receiving 2016 Att Yds TD Lg Rec Yds TD Lg vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich TAYLOR CAREER HIGHS Rush Attempts: 2 at Iowa, Oct. 22, 2016 Rush Yards: 24 at Iowa, Oct. 22, 2016 Rush TDs: -- Long Rush: 23 at Iowa, Oct. 22, 2016 Receptions: 2 vs. Akron, Sept. 10, 2016 Receiving Yards: 39 vs. Akron, Sept. 10, 2016 Receiving TDs: -- Long Reception: 35 vs. Akron, Sept. 10, Jonathan Taylor RB Fr./Fr Salem, N.J. (Salem) High School: Four-star recruit by Rivals three-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN and Scout finished career with 4,642 rushing yards and 51 total touchdowns first-team all-state as a senior named South Jersey Boys Athlete of the Year by Philadelphia Inquirer as a senior South Jersey Times Offensive Player of the Year Big North Offensive Player of the Year Mini Maxwell Award recipient set New Jersey single-season record with 2,815 rushing yards as a senior also broke South Jersey single-season record of 2,510 yards that was previously held by former Badgers running back Corey Clement scored 35 rushing touchdowns as a senior as a junior, rushed for 1,383 yards and 15 touchdowns, earning first-team all-conference and first-team All-Group 1 honors second-team all-conference honoree as a sophomore, rushing for 500 yard and 5 TDs two-year team captain two-time team MVP won back-to-back New Jersey Meet of Champions titles in 100 meters as a junior (10.61 seconds) and senior (10.63 into headwind) set 100-meter best of in winning sectional title in 2017 won four Group 1 state championships, claiming both the 100 meters and 4x100 relay titles as a junior in 2016 and senior in 2017 named South Jersey Times Boys Track Athlete of the Year as a junior and senior honor roll student International Baccalaureate candidate coach was Montrey Wright Personal: Parents are Elizabeth Taylor and Jonathan James father played basketball at San Francisco State ( ) volunteered with community food drive, as peer tutor and with Operation India project to rebuild a classroom for students in India 46 Nick Thomas ILB Jr./So Bradenton, Fla. (IMG Academy) Honors and Awards 2016: Academic All-Big Ten 2016 Season: Did not play 2015 Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN.com, Rivals and Scout... helped IMG go 10-1 in 2014 (earning No. 1 ranking in state of Florida) and 9-2 in its inaugural season in finished four-year varsity career with 278 tackles, 29 TFLs and 7.5 sacks... recorded 99 total tackles, 8 TFLs and 1.5 sacks as a junior in racked up 88 total tackles, 14 TFLs and 4.0 sacks as a senior... two-year team captain... played first two seasons at Concordia (Kan.) High School, recording 78 tackles and 7 TFLs while rushing for 834 yards and 15 touchdowns as a sophomore... named first-team All-North Central Kansas League and first-team all-district both seasons... two-time all-conference and all-district first team selection in baseball at Concordia, helping team reach state championship game as a freshman and state semifinals as a sophomore... coach at IMG Academy was Chris Weinke Personal: Parents are Jerry and LeAnne Thomas... cousin John Logan Forsythe played baseball at Arkansas, was selected by San Diego in the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft and plays for the Tampa Bay Rays... cousin Blake Forsythe played baseball at Tennessee, was selected by the New York Mets in the 2010 MLB Draft and plays in the Oakland A s organization... Thomas family hosted Ashley Ford, who played basketball at Nebraska, during her college career... member of National Honor Society... recipient of Wendy s High School Heisman school award... named Academic Scholar-Athlete as a senior... volunteered at senior citizens center, food back and church... majoring in biology 45 Hegeman Tiedt OLB So./Fr Burlington, Wis. (Burlington) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: All-region by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association as a junior and senior first-team All- Southern Lakes Conference as a junior and senior all-county by Racine Journal Times as a junior and senior logged 94 total tackles, 16 TFLs, 7 sacks and 2 forced fumbles as a senior finished junior season with 84 total stops, 19 TFLs and 3 sacks also four-year letterwinner in wrestling high school coach was Steve Tenhagen Personal: Parents are Darin and Heidi Tiedt father was a three-time All-American in wrestling at UW-Parkside 71

74 from and is member of school s athletic hall of fame 25 Derrick Tindal CB Sr./Sr Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Boyd Anderson) Honors and Awards 2016: All-Big Ten honorable mention (consensus) Career: Has played in 38 games with 21 starts owns 76 tackles, including 2.0 TFLs and 1.0 sack has recorded 17 pass breakups and 3 interceptions 2016 Season: Earned third letter, starting all 14 games at cornerback logged 34 tackles, including 28 unassisted, as well as 3 interceptions, a forced fumble and 11 pass breakups had multiple passes defended in 5 games recorded 3 unassisted tackles and grabbed first career interception in Lambeau Field College Classic vs. LSU on Sept. 3, returning the pick 43 yards had season-high 5 tackles vs. Georgia State on Sept. 17 and in Big Ten Football Championship Game vs. Penn State on Dec. 3 recorded 2 tackles in Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic vs. Western Michigan on Jan. 2 made 4 solo tackles at Michigan on Oct. 1 and returned an interception for 46 yards recorded 4 solo tackles vs. Northwestern on Nov. 5 made 1 interception vs. Michigan State on Sept Season: Earned second letter, playing in 12 games with four starts at defensive back logged 32 total tackles, including 0.5 TFL finished with five pass breakups recorded career-high eight tackles, including 0.5 TFL, and broke up a pass vs. Troy on Sept. 19 posted team-high seven stops and one pass breakup vs. Miami (Ohio) on Sept. 12 recorded three tackles and broke up two passes at Nebraska on Oct. 10 made three tackles at Illinois on Oct. 24, vs. Rutgers on Oct. 31 and at Maryland on Nov Season: Earned first letter, playing in 12 games with two starts... logged 10 tackles, including 1.0 TFL... started at safety vs. Bowling Green on Sept. 20 and finished with two tackles... started at nickelback vs. Maryland on Oct tallied a career-high four tackles and recorded first career TFL, a sack, at Northwestern on Oct made his Badgers debut and recorded two tackles vs. Western Illinois on Sept logged a tackle vs. Ohio State in Big Ten Football Championship Game on Dec recorded one tackle vs. Illinois on Oct saw action at Iowa on Nov. 22, vs. Nebraska on Nov. 15, at Purdue on Nov. 8, at Rutgers on Nov. 1 vs. Maryland on Oct. 25 and vs. South Florida on Sept. 27 High School: Three-star recruit by ESPN.com, Scout and 247 Sports... first-team All-Broward County and secondteam all-state selection as a senior after recording 33 tackles, seven pass breakups and five interceptions... finished career with 150 tackles, 10 interceptions and 13 pass breakups... had 47 tackles and three interceptions as a junior to earn third-team all-county recognition... also competed in track and field... high school coach was Wayne Blair Singletary... cousin Corey Tindal plays football at Marshall and was 2013 Conference USA Co-Freshman of the Year... cousin Willie Tindal plays football at Southwest Baptist... majoring in human development and family studies TINDAL CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD / / / Tot. 38/ TINDAL CAREER GAME BY GAME 2014 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD Western Ill Bowling Green South Florida at N western Illinois Maryland at Purdue Nebraska at Iowa Minnesota vs Ohio State vs Auburn UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs Alabama Miami (Ohio) Troy Hawai i Iowa Nebraska Purdue Illinois Rutgers Maryland Northwestern vs USC UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD vs LSU Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State vs W. Mich TINDAL CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 8 vs. Troy. Sept. 19, 2015 Tackles for Loss: 1.0 at N western, Oct. 4, 2014 Sacks: 1.0 at N western, Oct. 4, 2014 Interceptions: 1 (3x) MR at Michigan, Oct. 1, 2016 Passes Defended: 2 (6x) MR vs. Nebraska, Oct. 29, 2016 Personal: Parents are Derrick Tindal and the late Regina 72

75 42 Andrew Van Ginkel OLB Sr./Jr Rock Valley, Iowa (Rock Valley/Iowa Western C.C.) 2016 Season (at Iowa Western): Played in 11 games logged 50 tackles, including 13.0 TFLs and 3.5 sacks also recorded an interception and a fumble recovery 2015 Season (at South Dakota): Started all 11 games at defensive end first-team All-Missouri Valley Football Conference finished third in voting for STATS FCS National Freshman of the Year, highest among defensive players Missouri Valley Football Conference Freshman of the Year... named to MVFC All-Newcomer team led conference and ranked 10th nationally at 1.7 tackles for loss per game finished season with 18.5 TFLs and 9.0 sacks... recorded 56 total tackles, 3 fumble recoveries, 2 forced fumbles and 2 pass breakups 2014 Season (at South Dakota): Redshirt season twotime defensive scout team player of the week High School: First-team all-state selection at defensive back as a senior selected for Iowa Shrine Bowl all-star game finished career for Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley with 176 total tackles, 21.5 TFLs, 10 interceptions and 10 fumble recoveries team went 32-4 during his three varsity seasons recorded 95 tackles, including 14.5 for loss, as a senior also played quarterback as a senior, throwing for 1,466 yards and 17 touchdowns while also rushing for 1,413 yards and 15 TDs... five-time state qualifier in track, including bids in long jump and 4x100 and 4x200 relays as a senior also lettered in basketball coach was Cory Brandt Personal: Parents are Henry and Karen Van Ginkel brother, Kyle, plays linebacker at Northwestern (Iowa) College brother, Nate, played football at Northwestern (Iowa) College from majoring in agricultural business management 71 Cole Van Lanen OL So./Fr Green Bay, Wis. (Bay Port) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: Four-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout invited to 2016 U.S. Army All-American Bowl two-time first-team all-state by Wisconsin Football Coaches Association and Associated Press as a junior and senior two-time Fox River Classic Conference Offensive Lineman of the Year and first-team All-FRCC selection second-team All-FRCC as a sophomore team captain and team MVP as a senior swept discus and shot put titles at 2015 Wisconsin Division 1 state meet as a junior finished state runner-up in both discus and shot put as a sophomore high school coach was Gary Westerman father swept Wisconsin Division 2 state titles in discus and shot put in personal finance major 15 Danny Vanden Boom QB Fr./Fr Kimberly, Wis. (Kimberly) High School: Three-star recruit by Scout Gatorade Wisconsin Player of the Year first-team all-state by Associated Press and Wisconsin Football Coaches Association recipient of Dave Krieg Award as state s top senior quarterback led Kimberly to back-to-back Division 1 state championships and 28-0 record as starting quarterback completed 146 of 218 passes for 2,366 yards and 31 touchdowns against just 5 interceptions as a senior honorable mention all-state as a junior, completing 145 of 211 passes for 2,499 yards, 25 touchdowns and no interceptions led 28-point rally over final 13 minutes of 2015 state championship game to secure Kimberly s third-straight title two-time all-region by WFCA unanimous first-team All-Fox Valley Association as a junior and senior Fox Valley Association Offensive Player of the Year as a senior helped lead Kimberly to Division 1 state title in baseball as a senior pitcher with a 7-3 record and 1.36 ERA first-team all-conference selection as a senior first-team all-state and All-FVA at shortstop as a junior hit.330 with 5 home runs while posting a 4-1 record and 1.26 ERA on the mound as a junior... also lettered in basketball, earning first-team All- Fox Valley Association honors as a senior second-team All-FVA and all-defensive team as a junior, averaging 15.0 points and 6.5 rebounds Personal: Parents are Matt and Amy Vanden Boom father played defensive back at Wisconsin, earning firstteam All-America (1981), first-team All-Big Ten (1981, 82) and Academic All-America (1982) honors before being selected by Buffalo in the 1983 NFL Draft cousin Paul Verlander played basketball at Nebraska ( ) enjoys fishing and golfing volunteered with Difference MAKER Football Camp for students with disabilities 27 Cristian Volpentesta CB So./Fr Highland Park, Ill. (Highland Park) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: First-team All-Central Suburban League as a junior and senior Champaign News-Gazette special mention all-state as a junior first-team all-area as a senior, recording 69 tackles, 5 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, 3 pass breakups and an interception two-year team defensive MVP Central Suburban League Scholar- Athlete high school coach was Joe Horeni Personal: Parents are Anthony and Josie Volpentesta cousin, Joey Orlando, plays football at Drake... personal finance Personal: Parents are Thomas and Angie Van Lanen 73

76 69 Aaron Vopal DE Fr./Fr De Pere, Wis. (De Pere) High School: Three-star recruit by 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout finished two-year varsity career with 117 tackles, 20 TFLs and 7.5 sacks first-team all-state by Associated Press and Wisconsin Football Coaches Association as a senior, recording 69 tackles, 11 TFLs and 4.5 sacks first-team All-Fox River Classic Conference as a junior and senior all-region by WFCA as a junior and senior as a junior, recorded 48 tackles, 9 TFLs and 3 sacks team captain as a senior three-year varsity starter in basketball coach was Chad Michalkiewicz Personal: Parents are Edward and Cynthia Vopal father was an offensive lineman at Northern Michigan 30 Coy Wanner TE Fr./Fr Green Bay, Wis. (Preble) High School: Three-year team captain team MVP as a junior and senior finished career with 2,200 passing yards, over 1,300 rushing yards and 27 touchdowns in 17 starts limited to 6 games by injury as a junior holds school records for highest single-game completion percentage (100 percent, 9-for-9) and for longest touchdown pass (94 yards) ranks fourth on career-passing yardage list set team record in Iron Man competition as part of team strength and conditioning program won High School Quarterback Challenge at Lambeau Field in 2016 also competed in track and field four-year high honor roll student National Honor Society coach was Tim Larsen Personal: Parents are Jeff Wanner and Kim Wanner- Psenicka uncle, Greg Wanner, played golf at UW-Green Bay received National Honor Society award for community service volunteered at the Hive, a food and supply pantry at school, and the Preble student store 39 Jake Whalen FB Jr./So Wausau, Wis. (West) 2016 Season: Earned first letter, playing in four games... recorded 1 tackle vs. Penn State in the Big Ten Championship Game on Dec. 3 game also averaged rushing yards per game, finishing season with 1,001 yards and eight touchdowns for career, rushed for 1,688 yards and 18 TDs, averaging 5.7 yards per carry two-year team captain and two-time offensive MVP and once as defensive MVP won four letters in track and field and two in wrestling coach was Kevin Grundy Personal: Parents are Kerry and Michele Whalen sister, Carissa, played volleyball at North Dakota State and South Florida vice president of Fellowship of Christian Athletes... major is undeclared WHALEN CAREER DEFENSIVE STATISTICS Year G/S UT AT Tot TFL-Yd Sk-Yd FF FR INT PD 2015 Redshirt season / Tot. 4/ WHALEN CAREER GAME BY GAME 2016 UT AT Tot TFL-Y Sk-Y FF FR INT PD Illinois Purdue Minnesota vs Penn State WHALEN CAREER HIGHS Tackles: 1 vs. Penn State, Dec. 3, 2016 Tackles for Loss: -- Sacks: -- Interceptions: -- Passes Defended: Caesar Williams CB So./Fr Grand Prairie, Texas (South) 2016 Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star prospect by 247 Sports, ESPN and Scout first-team all-district as a senior, leading District 8-6A with three interceptions also recorded nine pass breakups and scored a kickoff return touchdown finished career with 12 interceptions, logging three picks each season team MVP as a senior also lettered in track and field high school coach was Brent Whitson Personal: Parents are Tracy Adamson and Herbert Williams mother competed in track and field at Clark Atlanta University 2015 Season: Redshirt season High School: Three-star recruit by 247 Sports and Scout first-team all-state selection by Associated Press and Wisconsin Football Coaches Association recipient of John Anderson Award as state s most outstanding senior linebacker named Valley Football Association s co- Offensive Player of the Year as a fullback and Defensive Player of the Year as a linebacker racked up 104 tackles, 8 TFLs and 1.0 sack as a senior helped West s defense allow just 11.0 points and total yards per 74

77 Pronunciation Guide WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 57 Michael Balistreri... bal-eh-streh-ree 56 Zack Baun... BONN 66 Beau Benzschawel... BEN-shawl 47 Luke Benzschawel... BEN-shawl 61 Tyler Biadasz... bee-ah-dish 26 Eric Burrell... buh-rel 29 Dontye Carriere-Williams... DON-tay / CARE-ee-er 87 Quintez Cephus... SEE-fuss 37 Ethan Cesarz... SEE-zars 48 Jack Cichy... SITCH-ee 38 Sam DeLany... deh-lay-nee 63 Michael Deiter... DEE-ter 18 Arrington Farrar... fah-rahr 31 Lubern Figaro... LOO-bern / fih-gahr-oh 81 Troy Fumagalli... foo-mah-gah-lee 27 Rafael Gaglianone... HA-fy-el / GAH-glee-ah-no-nee 50 Izayah Green-May... eye-zay-ah ( Isaiah ) 37 Garrett Groshek... GROW-sheck 89 Deron Harrell... da-ron HAIR-ell 20 Faion Hicks... FAY-on 39 Zach Hintze... HINTS 12 Alex Hornibrook... HORN-ee-brook 26 Henry Houden... HOW-den 9 Rachid Ibrahim... rah-sheed EE-brah-heem 12 Natrell Jamerson... nuh-trell / JAME-er-son 75 Micah Kapoi... kah-poy 62 Patrick Kasl... ( castle ) 19 Karé Lyles... kuh-ray 31 Tyler Mais... ( mace ) 30 Aaron Maternowski... MATTER-now-skee 28 Blake Mielke... MEEL-kee 85 Zander Neuville... NEV-ell 34 Chikwe Obasih... CHEEK-way / oh-bah-see 52 David Pfaff... FOFF 20 Austin Ramesh... RAM-ish 74 Gunnar Roberge... ROW-berge 38 P.J. Rosowski... ruh-zow-skee 43 Peter Roy... (rhymes with boy ) 21 Mark Saari... ( sorry ) 99 Olive Sagapolu... oh-lee-vay / SONG-ah-poe-loo 94 Conor Sheehy... SHEE-hee 23 Mason Stokke... STAH-kee 25 Derek Tindal... TIN-del 30 Coy Wanner... WAH-ner 39 Jake Whalen... WAY-len 75

78 Team Breakdown Letterwinners Returning (52) OFFENSE (21) OL Beau Benzschawel, WR Quintez Cephus, OL Brett Connors, RB Taiwan Deal, OL Michael Deiter, OL Jon Dietzen, OL David Edwards, OL Jason Erdmann, WR Ricky Finco, TE Troy Fumagalli, QB Alex Hornibrook, FB Alec Ingold, OL Micah Kapoi, OL Jacob Maxwell, OL David Moorman, WR Jazz Peavy, TE Kyle Penniston, FB Austin Ramesh, WR George Rushing, RB Bradrick Shaw, WR A.J. Taylor DEFENSE (27) OLB Zack Baun, S Evan Bondoc, CB Titus Booker, ILB Jack Cichy, ILB Ryan Connelly, S D Cota Dixon, OLB Garret Dooley, ILB T.J. Edwards, ILB Arrington Farrar, S Joe Ferguson, S Lubern Figaro, ILB Griffin Grady, DE Billy Hirschfeld, OLB Leon Jacobs, S Natrell Jamerson, DE Alec James, S Patrick Johnson, OLB Tyler Johnson, DE Zander Neuville, DE Chikwe Obasih, ILB Chris Orr, NT Jeremy Patterson, NT Garret Rand, NT Olive Sagapolu, DE Conor Sheehy, CB Derrick Tindal, OLB Jake Whalen SPECIAL TEAMS (4) H Connor Allen, K Rafael Gaglianone, P Anthony Lotti, K P.J. Rosowski Letterwinners Lost (15) OFFENSE (7) RB Corey Clement, QB Bart Houston, WR Reggie Love, RB Dare Ogunbowale, OL Ryan Ramczyk, TE Eric Steffes, WR Robert Wheelwright DEFENSE (6) OLB Vince Biegel, S Keelon Brookins, S Leo Musso, CB Sojourn Shelton, CB Serge Trezy, OLB T.J. Watt SPECIAL TEAMS (2) K Andrew Endicott, LS Connor Udelhoven Starters Returning (15) OFFENSE (8) QB Alex Hornibrook, FB Austin Ramesh, TE Troy Fumagalli, WR Jazz Peavy, LG Jon Dietzen, C Michael Deiter, RG Beau Benzschawel, RT David Edwards DEFENSE (7) DE Conor Sheehy, NT Olive Sagapolu, DE Chikwe Obasih, ILB Jack Cichy, ILB T.J. Edwards, CB Derrick Tindal, SS D Cota Dixon SPECIAL TEAMS (3) FG Rafael Gaglianone, P Anthony Lotti, KO P.J. Rosowski Starters Lost (7) OFFENSE (3) RB Corey Clement, WR Robert Wheelwright, LT Ryan Ramczyk DEFENSE (4) OLB Vince Biegel, OLB T.J. Watt, CB Sojourn Shelton, FS Leo Musso SPECIAL TEAMS (2) FG Andrew Endicott, LS Connor Udelhoven 76

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80 2016 Season in Review Schedule & Results Date Opponent Result TV A endance Sept. 3 vs. #5 LSU W, ABC 77,823 Lambeau Field College Classic (Lambeau Field Green Bay, Wis.) Sept. 10 AKRON W, BTN 77,331 Sept. 17 GEORGIA STATE W, BTN 79,883 Sept. 24 at #8 Michigan State* W, 30-6 BTN 75,505 Oct. 1 at #4 Michigan* L, 14-7 ABC 111,846 Oct. 15 #2 OHIO STATE* L, (OT) ABC 81,541 Oct. 22 at Iowa* W, 17-9 ESPN 70,585 Oct. 29 #7 NEBRASKA* W, (OT) ESPN 80,833 Nov. 5 at Northwestern* W, 21-7 ABC 42,016 Nov. 12 ILLINOIS* W, 48-3 ESPN2 79,340 Nov. 19 at Purdue* W, ABC 30,465 Nov. 26 MINNESOTA* W, BTN 77,216 Dec. 3 vs. #8 Penn State L, FOX 65,018 Big Ten Football Championships Game (Lucas Oil Stadium Indianapolis, Ind.) Jan. 2 vs. #12 Western Michigan W, ESPN 59,615 Goodyear Co on Bowl Classic (AT&T Stadium Arlington, Texas) HOMES GAMES IN CAPS Rankings reflect AP Top 25 at me of game *Big Ten Conference game Season Notes Wisconsin faced a gauntlet in Paul Chryst s second year as head coach in 2016, but the Badgers put together one of the most successful seasons in school history in the face of a schedule that included six opponents ranked among the top 10 of the Associated Press poll. Triumphs over No. 5-ranked LSU in the inaugural college game at historic Lambeau Stadium in Green Bay and No. 12 Western Michigan in the Cotton Bowl Classic bookended a season that saw UW post a 6-2 record away from Camp Randall Stadium. The Badgers finished with a No. 8 ranking in the final AP poll, claimed the seventh 11-win season in school history and made their fourth appearance in the six-year history of the Big Ten Football Championship Game. With consensus first-team All-American and firstround NFL draft pick Ryan Ramczyk anchoring things at left tackle, UW enjoyed a resurgence of its running game as senior Corey Clement rushed for 1,375 yards and 15 touchdowns. The Badgers also found success under center with Chryst balancing a quarterback tandem of senior Bart Houston and freshman Alex Hornibrook. Defense was once again a driver for UW, with the unit led by first-team All-American and first-round NFL pick T.J. Watt at outside linebacker. The Badgers boasted All-Big Ten players at every level of the unit in defensive end Conor Sheehy, outside linebacker Vince Biegel, inside linebackers Jack Cichy and T.J. Edwards, cornerback Sojourn Shelton and safeties D Cota Dixon and Leo Musso. UW allowed only 15.6 points per game to rank fourth nationally in scoring defense and also posted top-10 rankings in total defense (301.4 yards per game), rushing defense (98.8 yards per game) and pass efficiency defense (106.9). The Badgers also led all Power Five programs with 22 interceptions. Some notes on 2016: The Badgers scored four wins over teams in the top 12 of Associated Press poll (No. 5 LSU, No. 7 Nebraska, No. 8 Michigan State and No. 12 Western Michigan) UW won the Big Ten West Division championship for the second time in three seasons of the league's current divisional alignment. The Badgers swept their three rivalry games with wins over Iowa, Minnesota and Nebraska. Wisconsin's seniors finished as winningest class in school history at (.759). The class went 26-7 (.788) in conference play, 23-4 (.852) at Camp Randall Stadium and 10-1 (.909) in rivalry games. Among the Badgers' 17 All-Big Ten honorees, four players were named first-team All-Big Ten: RB Corey Clement, LT Ryan Ramczyk, CB Sojourn Shelton and OLB T.J. Watt. Wisconsin had 24 Academic All-Big Ten selections The Badgers led the nation in time of possession, at 34:58, and ranked No. 2 in fewest penalties per game, at

81 Team Statistics WISCONSIN OPPONENTS SCORING Points Per Game Points Off Turnovers FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalty RUSHING YARDAGE Yards gained rushing Yards lost rushing Rushing Attempts Average Per Rush Average Per Game TDs Rushing 31 9 PASSING YARDAGE Comp-Att-Int Average Per Pass Average Per Catch Average Per Game TDs Passing TOTAL OFFENSE Total Plays Average Per Play Average Per Game KICK RETURNS: #-Yards PUNT RETURNS: #-Yards INT RETURNS: #-Yards KICK RETURN AVERAGE PUNT RETURN AVERAGE INT RETURN AVERAGE FUMBLES-LOST PENALTIES-Yards Average Per Game PUNTS-Yards Average Per Punt Net punt average KICKOFFS-Yards Average Per Kick Net kick average TIME OF POSSESSION/Game 34:58 25:02 3RD-DOWN Conversions 90/204 50/179 3rd-Down Pct 44% 28% 4TH-DOWN Conversions 6/12 7/19 4th-Down Pct 50% 37% SACKS BY-Yards MISC YARDS 0 0 TOUCHDOWNS SCORED FIELD GOALS-ATTEMPTS ON-SIDE KICKS RED-ZONE SCORES (49-58) 84% (30-38) 79% RED-ZONE TOUCHDOWNS (37-58) 64% (17-38) 45% PAT-ATTEMPTS (45-47) 96% (23-24) 96% ATTENDANCE Games/Avg Per Game 6/ /66083 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK SCORE BY QUARTERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT Total Wisconsin Opponents

82 80 Individual Statistics RUSHING GP Att Gain Loss Net Avg TD Long Avg/G Clement, Corey Ogunbowale, Dare Shaw, Bradrick Peavy, Jazz Deal, Taiwan Ramesh, Austin Ingold, Alec Cephus, Quintez Taylor, A.J Wheelwright, Robert Dooley, Garret Houston, Bart Team Hornibrook, Alex Total Opponents PASSING G Effic Cmp-Att-Int Pct Yds TD Long Avg/G Hornibrook, Alex Houston, Bart Clement, Corey Total Opponents RECEIVING G No. Yds Avg TD Long Avg/G Fumagalli, Troy Peavy, Jazz Wheelwright, Robert Ogunbowale, Dare Rushing, George Clement, Corey Steffes, Eric Penniston, Kyle Ingold, Alec Cephus, Quintez Taylor, A.J Ramesh, Austin Shaw, Bradrick Total Opponents PUNT RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long Peavy, Jazz Finco, Ricky Clement, Corey Total Opponents INTERCEPTIONS No. Yds Avg TD Long Musso, Leo Shelton, Sojourn Dixon, D Cota Tindal, Derrick Edwards, T.J Jacobs, Leon Connelly, Ryan Watt, T.J Total Opponents

83 KICK RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long Jamerson, Natrell Ogunbowale, Dare Ingold, Alec Neuville, Zander Clement, Corey Peavy, Jazz Total Opponents FUMBLE RETURNS No. Yds Avg TD Long Musso, Leo Shelton, Sojourn Dixon, D Cota Connelly, Ryan Total Opponents PATs SCORING TD FGs Kick Rush Rcv Pass DXP Saf Points Clement, Corey Endicott, Andrew Peavy, Jazz Ogunbowale, Dare Gaglianone, Rafael Shaw, Bradrick Ingold, Alec Ramesh, Austin Fumagalli, Troy Penniston, Kyle Wheelwright, Robert Steffes, Eric Connelly, Ryan Watt, T.J Musso, Leo Team Total Opponents TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Rush Pass Total Avg/G Clement, Corey Houston, Bart Hornibrook, Alex Ogunbowale, Dare Shaw, Bradrick Peavy, Jazz Deal, Taiwan Ramesh, Austin Ingold, Alec Cephus, Quintez Taylor, A.J Wheelwright, Robert Dooley, Garret Team Total Opponents

84 PUNTING No. Yds Avg Long TB FC I Blkd Lotti, Anthony Rosowski, P.J Total Opponents FIELD GOALS FGM-FGA Pct < Lg Blk Gaglianone, Rafael Endicott, Andrew FG SEQUENCE Wisconsin Opponents LSU (30),(48),(47) - Akron (33) (32) Georgia State (41),(28),30,(41) 45,(45) Michigan State (41) (48),(40) Michigan - 31,43,40 Ohio State (46),(32),(22) (25),(40),(31) Iowa 32,52,(36) (41),(47),38,(25) Nebraska (44),45 (35) Northwestern 35,(40),(28),51 - Illinois (37),(21) (31),39 Purdue - (28),(30) Minnesota (33) (21) Penn State 48,(23) (24) Western Michigan (30) (27) Numbers in (parentheses) indicate field goal was made. KICKOFFS No. Yds Avg TB OB Retn Net YdLn Rosowski, P.J Endicott, Andrew Total Opponents ALL PURPOSE G Rush Rec PR KOR IR Tot Avg/G Clement, Corey Peavy, Jazz Ogunbowale, Dare Fumagalli, Troy Shaw, Bradrick Wheelwright, Robert Jamerson, Natrell Deal, Taiwan Rushing, George Cephus, Quintez Ingold, Alec Penniston, Kyle Tindal, Derrick Ramesh, Austin Taylor, A.J Shelton, Sojourn Dixon, D Cota Steffes, Eric Jacobs, Leon Watt, T.J Finco, Ricky Musso, Leo Neuville, Zander Connelly, Ryan Dooley, Garret Team Hornibrook, Alex Total Opponents

85 Defensive Statistics Tackles Sacks Pass Def Fumbles-- Blkd GP Solo Ast Total TFL/Yds No-Yards Int-Yds BrUp QBH Rcv-Yds FF Kick Saf 53 Edwards, T.J Musso, Leo Watt, T.J Cichy, Jack Dixon, D Cota Connelly, Ryan Biegel, Vince Dooley, Garret Jacobs, Leon Tindal, Derrick Shelton, S Figaro, Lubern Sheehy, Conor James, Alec Obasih, Chikwe J Jamerson, N Baun, Zack Sagapolu, Olive Farrar, A Ferguson, Joe Booker, Titus Rand, Garrett Grady, Griffin Johnson, P Rosowski, P.J Ogunbowale, D Hirschfeld, B Peavy, Jazz B Bondoc, Evan Whalen, Jake Udelhoven, C Praschak, Max Ramesh, Austin Trezy, Serge Brookins, K Wheelwright, R Benzschawel, B TM Team Total Opponents

86 Individual Superlatives WISCONSIN Rushes 35 Clement at Iowa (Oct. 22) Yards Rushing 164 Clement vs Ohio St. (Oct. 15) Clement vs Penn St. (Dec. 3) TD Rushes 3 Clement vs Illinois (Nov. 12) Long Rush 71 Peavy vs Minnesota (Nov. 26) Pass attempts 31 Houston vs LSU (Sept. 1) Pass completions 19 Houston vs LSU (Sept. 1) Yards Passing 231 Houston vs Akron (Sept. 10) TD Passes 2 Houston vs Akron (Sept. 10) Long Pass 57 Hornibrook at Iowa (Oct. 22) Receptions 7 Fumagalli vs LSU (Sept. 1) Peavy vs Akron (Sept. 10) Fumagalli vs Ohio St. (Oct. 15) Yards Receiving 100 Fumagalli vs LSU (Sept. 1) Peavy vs Akron (Sept. 10) TD Receptions 2 Peavy vs Akron (Sept. 10) Long Reception 57 Cephus at Iowa (Oct. 22) Field Goals 3 Gaglianone vs LSU (Sept. 1) Gaglianone vs Georgia St. (Sept. 17) Endicott vs Ohio St. (Oct. 15) Long Field Goal 48 Gaglianone vs LSU (Sept. 1) Punts 7 Lotti at Northwestern (Nov. 5) Lotti vs Minnesota (Nov. 26) Punting Avg 43 Lotti vs Minnesota (Nov. 26) Long Punt 60 Lotti vs Minnesota (Nov. 26) Punts inside 20 6 Lotti at Northwestern (Nov. 5) Long Punt Return 24 Clement vs Nebraska (Oct. 29) Peavy at Northwestern (Nov. 5) Long Kickoff Ret. 41 Ogunbowale vs Georgia St. (Sept. 17) Tackles 15 Cichy vs Ohio St. (Oct. 15) Sacks 2.5 Watt at Michigan St. (Sept. 24) Tackles For Loss 3.5 Watt at Michigan St. (Sept. 24) Cichy vs Ohio St. (Oct. 15) Interceptions 2 Musso vs Illinois (Nov. 12) Shelton vs Minnesota (Nov. 26) OPPONENTS Rushes 23 Fournette vs. LSU (Sept. 1) Yards Rushing 138 Fournette vs. LSU (Sept. 1) TD Rushes 2 Barrett vs. Ohio St. (Oct. 15) Long Rush 38 Ball vs. Akron (Sept. 10) Pass attempts 52 Thorson at Northwestern (Nov. 5) Pass completions 28 Thorson at Northwestern (Nov. 5) Yards Passing 384 McSorley vs. Penn St. (Dec. 3) TD Passes 4 McSorley vs. Penn St. (Dec. 3) Long Pass 75 Blough at Purdue (Nov. 19) Receptions 12 Carr at Northwestern (Nov. 5) Yards Receiving 155 Yancey at Purdue (Nov. 19) Blacknall vs. Penn St. (Dec. 3) TD Receptions 2 Yancey at Purdue (Nov. 19) Blacknall vs. Penn St. (Dec. 3) Long Reception 75 Yancey at Purdue (Nov. 19) Field Goals 3 Durbin vs. Ohio St. (Oct. 15) Long Field Goal 48 Geiger at Michigan St. (Sept. 24) Punts 8 Coluzzi at Iowa (Oct. 22) Niswander at Northwestern (Nov. 5) Punting Avg 53.8 Johnston vs. Ohio St. (Oct. 15) Long Punt 70 Johnston vs. Ohio St. (Oct. 15) Punts inside 20 4 Allen at Michigan (Oct. 1) Long Punt Return 55 Natson vs. Akron (Sept. 10) Long Kickoff Ret. 77 King at Iowa (Oct. 22) Tackles 16 Jewell at Iowa (Oct. 22) Sacks 2 Key vs. LSU (Sept. 1) Johnson at Iowa (Oct. 22) Tackles For Loss 3 Rallis vs. Minnesota (Nov. 26) Cothran vs. Penn St. (Dec. 3) Interceptions 2 Stribling at Michigan (Oct. 1) Gerry vs. Nebraska (Oct. 29) 84

87 Wisconsin Game-By-Game Statistics ---RUSHING RECEIVING PASSING KICK RET PUNT RET--- tot Opponent No. Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD Lg Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg off vs LSU AKRON GEORGIA STATE at Michigan State at Michigan OHIO STATE at Iowa NEBRASKA at Northwestern ILLINOIS at Purdue MINNESOTA vs Penn State vs W. Michigan TACKLES SACKS- -FUMBLE- ---PASS DEFENSE--- Blkd ---PAT Attempts--- Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds No-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds QBH Brk Kick Kick Run Rcv Saf Pts vs LSU AKRON GEORGIA STATE at Michigan State at Michigan OHIO STATE at Iowa NEBRASKA at Northwestern ILLINOIS at Purdue MINNESOTA vs Penn State vs W. Michigan Opponent Game-By-Game Statistics ---RUSHING RECEIVING PASSING KICK RET PUNT RET--- tot Opponent No. Yds TD Lg No. Yds TD Lg Cmp-Att-Int Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg No Yds TD Lg off vs LSU AKRON GEORGIA STATE at Michigan State at Michigan OHIO STATE at Iowa NEBRASKA at Northwestern ILLINOIS at Purdue MINNESOTA vs Penn State vs W. Michigan TACKLES SACKS- -FUMBLE- ---PASS DEFENSE--- Blkd ---PAT Attempts--- Opponent Solo Ast Total TFL-Yds No-Yds FF FR-Yds Int-Yds QBH Brk Kick Kick Run Rcv Saf Pts vs LSU AKRON GEORGIA STATE at Michigan State at Michigan OHIO STATE at Iowa NEBRASKA at Northwestern ILLINOIS at Purdue MINNESOTA vs Penn State vs W. Michigan

88 Participation Name GP/GS LSU AKR GSU MSU MICH OSU IOWA NEB NU ILL PUR MINN PSU WMU Allen, Connor 14/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Baun, Zack 12/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX... XXX XXX XXX... XXX XXX XXX Benzschawel, B. 14/14 START START START START START START START START START START START START START START Biegel, Vince 12/12 START START START START START START START START START START START START Bondoc, Evan 9/-... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX... Booker, Titus 14/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Brookins, K. 11/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX... XXX XXX... XXX XXX XXX XXX... Cephus, Quintez 14/5 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX START START START XXX XXX START Cichy, Jack 7/7 START START START START START START START Clement, Corey 13/13 START START... START START START START START START START START START START START Connelly, Ryan 14/8 XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START START START START START START START Connors, Brett 14/4 XXX XXX XXX START START START START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Deal, Taiwan 6/1 XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX Deiter, Michael 14/14 START START START START START START START START START START START START START START Dietzen, Jon 10/8 XXX START XXX START START START START START START START Dixon, D Cota 14/14 START START START START START START START START START START START START START START Dooley, Garret 14/2 XXX XXX XXX XXX START START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Dretzka, Ian 2/-... XXX XXX Edwards, David 14/7 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START START START START START START START Edwards, T.J. 13/12... XXX START START START START START START START START START START START START Endicott, A. 12/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Erdmann, Jason 13/-... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Farrar, A. 14/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Ferguson, Joe 14/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Figaro, Lubern 14/4 XXX XXX START XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX START XXX Finco, Ricky 12/-... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX... Fumagalli, Troy 14/14 START START START START START START START START START START START START START START Gaglianone, R. 3/- XXX XXX XXX Grady, Griffin 12/-... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Hirschfeld, B. 12/- XXX XXX... XXX XXX... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Hornibrook, A. 12/9... XXX XXX START START START START START START START START START... XXX Houston, Bart 11/5 START START START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START START Ingold, Alec 14/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Jacobs, Leon 14/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Jamerson, N. 8/2 XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START James, Alec 13/9 START START XXX XXX START START START START START XXX START START... XXX Johnson, P. 13/-... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Johnson, Tyler 7/- XXX XXX XXX XXX... XXX XXX XXX Kapoi, Micah 14/2 START XXX START XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Lotti, Anthony 12/-... XXX XXX XXX XXX... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Maxwell, Jacob 7/7 START START START START START START START Moorman, David 14/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Musso, Leo 14/14 START START START START START START START START START START START START START START Neuville, Z. 14/1 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START Obasih, Chikwe 14/11 XXX START START START XXX XXX START START START START START START START START Ogunbowale, D. 14/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Orr, Chris 1/1 START Patterson, J. 2/ XXX XXX Peavy, Jazz 14/10 START START START START START START START START XXX XXX XXX START START XXX Penniston, Kyle 12/3 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX... XXX... START XXX START XXX XXX START Praschak, Max 2/ XXX XXX Ramczyk, Ryan 14/14 START START START START START START START START START START START START START START Ramesh, Austin 11/8 START START START START START XXX START START START XXX XXX Rand, Garrett 14/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Rosowski, P.J. 14/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Rushing, George 14/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Sagapolu, Olive 9/5 START XXX XXX START XXX START XXX START START Shaw, Bradrick 11/1 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX XXX... Sheehy, Conor 13/11 START XXX START START START START START START START START START START... XXX Shelton, S. 14/14 START START START START START START START START START START START START START START Steffes, Eric 14/5 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX START XXX XXX START START START XXX START XXX Taylor, A.J. 13/- XXX XXX XXX XXX... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Tindal, Derrick 14/14 START START START START START START START START START START START START START START Trezy, Serge 13/- XXX XXX XXX... XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 86 86

89 Name GP/GS LSU AKR GSU MSU MICH OSU IOWA NEB NU ILL PUR MINN PSU WMU Udelhoven, C. 14/- XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX Watt, T.J. 14/14 START START START START START START START START START START START START START START Whalen, Jake 4/ XXX XXX XXX XXX... Wheelwright, R. 14/9 START START START START START START XXX START XXX XXX XXX START START XXX Key: START - starter, XXX - played,... - did not play Individual Game-By-Game Statistics PASSING Hornibrook, Alex Att Comp Int Pct Yards TD Long Sack Yds Effic Akron Georgia State Michigan State Michigan Ohio State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota Western Michigan TOTALS Houston, Bart Att Comp Int Pct Yards TD Long Sack Yds Effic LSU Akron Georgia State Iowa Nebraska Northwestern Illinois Purdue Minnesota Penn State Western Michigan TOTALS Clement, Corey Att Comp Int Pct Yards TD Long Sack Yds Effic Illinois TOTALS

90 Individual Game-By-Game Statistics RUSHING No-Yds/TD LSU AKRON GSU MSU MICH OSU IOWA NEB NU ILL PUR MINN PSU WMU Clement, Corey, RB / / /2 DNP 23-54/ / / / / / / / / / /1 Ogunbowale, Dare, RB /5 9-44/0 4-18/ /1 9-55/0 2-3/0 7-23/0 2-10/ /1 3-12/ /0 2--2/0 4-7/1 6-26/1 5-22/1 Shaw, Bradrick RB /5-9-74/ /0 DNP DNP 1-6/0 1-8/0 2-23/ / /1 8-68/2 7-20/ /0 DNP Peavy, Jazz, WR /1-1-23/0 1-8/0-2-23/0 6-70/0 1-3/0 1-2/0 1-46/1 1-5/0-3-83/0 1-5/0 3-50/0 Deal, Taiwan, RB /0 1-2/ /0 7-34/0 DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP 6-41/0 4-20/0 DNP DNP 2-9/0 Ramesh, Austin, FB 17-58/3 2-10/0 4-12/1 1-1/0 2-9/0 2-4/0 2-7/1 1-1/0 - DNP DNP DNP 1-3/0 1-1/1 1-10/0 Ingold, Alec, FB 18-44/2-2-4/0 1-4/0 3-13/0 1-2/ /0 2-5/0 3-8/0 4-6/1 1-1/1 - - Cephus, Quintez, WR 5-41/ /0-1--3/0 2-34/0 Taylor, A.J., WR 4-19/0 1--1/ DNP /0-1--4/ Wheelwright, Rob, WR 1-6/ / Dooley, Garret, OLB 1-5/ / Houston, Bart, QB 28-0/0 5--1/0 2--6/0 3-14/0 DNP DNP DNP 1-8/ /0 2-6/0-4-14/0 3--1/ / /0 Team /0 3--6/0-1--1/0 DNP 1--13/0-2--4/0 1--1/ /0 DNP 1--2/0 2--3/0 DNP 1--2/0 Hornibrook, Alex, QB /0 DNP / / / /0-2-2/0 2--2/0 4--5/0 - DNP - RECEIVING No-Yds/TD LSU AKR GSU MSU MICH OSU IOWA NEB NU ILL PUR MINN PSU WMU Peavy, Jazz, WR /5 2-11/ /2 3-67/0 4-96/0 1-7/0 4-76/1 3-26/0 3-25/0 4-73/0 3-29/1 1-25/1 4-47/0 4-53/0 - Fumagalli, Troy, TE / /0 2-16/0 1-11/0 4-42/0 2-12/0 7-84/0 2-38/1 4-48/0 2-18/0-3-52/0 4-46/0 3-30/0 6-83/1 Wheelwright, Rob, WR /1 4-60/0 4-99/0 4-35/0 3-34/0 3-46/0 2-36/0-5-43/1 3-28/0 1-11/0 2-25/0 2-19/0-1-12/0 Ogunbowale, Dare, RB /1 1-1/0-2-12/0-3-23/1 2-0/0 4-51/0 1--1/0 1--2/0-3-62/0 1-6/0 4-28/0 2-28/0 Rushing, George, WR /0 2-18/0 2-14/0 2-26/0 2-24/ / /0-2-27/0 Clement, Corey, RB /0 - - DNP 1--3/0-1-18/0 2-11/0-2-11/0 1-24/ /0 2-28/0 Penniston, Kyle, TE 6-102/ /1 - - DNP 1-54/0 DNP - 1-7/ /0 - Cephus, Quintez, WR 4-94/0-1-10/ / /0 1-22/0 - - Ingold, Alec, FB 6-55/2 1-2/0 1-6/1 2-13/ /0 1-19/ Taylor, A.J., WR 3-53/0-2-39/0 1-14/0 - DNP Steffes, Eric, TE 7-34/1 1-2/0 1-8/0-2-2/ / /0-1-14/0 - Ramesh, Austin, FB 3-24/0 1-11/ /0 1--1/0 DNP DNP DNP Shaw, Bradrick, RB 1-6/ DNP DNP / DNP WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 88 88

91 Individual Game-By-Game Defensive Statistics TOTAL TACKLES UA-A TOT LSU AKRON GSU MSU MICH OSU IOWA NEB NU ILL PUR MINN PSU WMU Edwards, T.J. (ILB) DNP Musso, Leo (S) Watt, T.J. (OLB) Dixon, D Cota (S) Cichy, Jack (ILB) DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Connelly, Ryan (ILB) Biegel, Vince (OLB) DNP DNP Dooley, Garret (OLB) Jacobs, Leon (ILB) Tindal, Derrick (CB) Shelton, Sojourn (CB) Figaro, Lubern (S) Sheehy, Conor (DE) DNP - James, Alec (DE) DNP - Obasih, Chikwe (DE) Jamerson, Natrell (CB) DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Baun, Zack (OLB) DNP DNP Sagapolu, Olive (NT) DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Farrar, Arrington (S) Ferguson, Joe (S) Booker, Titus (CB) Rand, Garrett (NT) Grady, Griffin (ILB) DNP DNP Rosowski, P.J. (P/K) Johnson, Patrick (S) DNP Ogunbowale, Dare (RB) Peavy, Jazz (WR) Hirschfeld, Billy (DE) DNP - - DNP Udelhoven, Connor (LS) Ramesh, Austin (FB) DNP DNP DNP Whalen, Jake (OLB) DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Praschak, Max (OLB) DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Trezy, Serge (CB) DNP Wheelwright, Rob (WR) WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 89 89

92 Benzschawel, Beau (OL) Bondoc, Evan (S) DNP - DNP DNP DNP DNP Brookins, Keelon (S) DNP - - DNP DNP TACKLES FOR LOSS UA-A TOT LSU AKRON GSU MSU MICH OSU IOWA NEB NU ILL PUR MINN PSU WMU Watt, T.J. (OLB) Edwards, T.J. (ILB) DNP Cichy, Jack (ILB) DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Connelly, Ryan (ILB) Dooley, Garret (OLB) Biegel, Vince (OLB) DNP DNP Sheehy, Conor (DE) DNP - James, Alec (DE) DNP - Baun, Zack (OLB) DNP DNP Musso, Leo (S) Dixon, D Cota (S) Obasih, Chikwe (DE) Jamerson, Natrell (CB) DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Sagapolu, Olive (NT) DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Jacobs, Leon (ILB) Figaro, Lubern (S) Shelton, Sojourn (CB) Tindal, Derrick (CB)

93 SACKS UA-A TOT LSU AKR GSU MSU MICH OSU IOWA NEB NU ILL PUR MINN PSU WMU Watt, T.J. (OLB) Biegel, Vince (OLB) DNP DNP James, Alec (DE) DNP - Dooley, Garret (OLB) Edwards, T.J. (ILB) DNP Sheehy, Conor (DE) DNP - Obasih, Chikwe (DE) Cichy, Jack (ILB) DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Jacobs, Leon (OLB) Dixon, D Cota (S) Sagapolu, Olive (NT) DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Individual Game-By-Game Return Statistics PUNT RETURNS No-Yds LSU AKR GSU MSU MICH OSU IOWA NEB NU ILL PUR MINN PSU WMU Peavy, Jazz Clement, Corey DNP Finco, Ricky 2-16 DNP DNP KICK RETURNS No-Yds LSU AKR GSU MSU MICH OSU IOWA NEB NU ILL PUR MINN PSU WMU Jamerson, Natrell DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP DNP Ogunbowale, Dare Ingold, Alec Neuville, Zander Clement, Corey DNP INT. RETURNS No-Yds LSU AKR GSU MSU MICH OSU IOWA NEB NU ILL PUR MINN PSU WMU Musso, Leo Shelton, Sojourn Dixon, D Cota Tindal, Derrick Edwards, T.J. 3-0 DNP Jacobs, Leon Watt, T.J Connelly, Ryan

94 2016 Game Recaps Game 1 Wisconsin 16 #5 LSU 14 Sept. 3 Green Bay, Wis. Lambeau Field (77,823) Lambeau Field College Classic Rafael Gaglianone booted the 47-yard field goal in the fourth quarter. Wisconsin s defense backed up their strong-legged kicker with a late-game interception. The Badgers staved off the fifth-ranked Tigers desperate last-ditch drive for a victory when safety D Cota Dixon intercepted a pass with 57 seconds left. The Badgers defense pitched a shutout well into the third quarter, forcing two fumbles and frustrating LSU QB Brandon Harris. But Wisconsin led just 6-0 at halftime after squandering early scoring chances, including a stop on fourth-and-1 from the LSU 23. Quarterback Bart Houston, making his first career start, was 19 of 31 for 205 yards with two interceptions. Corey Clement ran for 86 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries. But in the end, the Badgers celebrated at Lambeau Field, home of the NFL s Green Bay Packers. Game Statistics Score by Quarter F LSU Wisconsin Scoring Summary Q Time Scoring Play 2nd 4:13 WIS - Gaglianone 30 field goal, :12 0:54 WIS - Gaglianone 48 field goal, :55 3rd 10:55 WIS - Clement 5 run (Gaglianone kick), :56 5:28 LSU - White 21 interception return (Delahoussaye kick) 4:21 LSU - Dural 10 pass from Harris (Delahoussaye kick), :18 4th 3:47 WIS - Gaglianone 47 field goal, :27 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING LSU Fourne e, Leonard ; Guice, Derrius 2-3; Harris, Brandon 4-minus 15 WIS Clement, Corey 21-86; Ogunbowale, Dare 9-44; Ramesh, Aus n 2-10; Deal, Taiwan 1-2; Taylor, A.J. 1-minus 1; Houston, Bart 5-minus 1 PASSING LSU Harris, Brandon WIS Houston, Bart RECEIVING LSU Dural, Travin 5-50; Fourne e, Leonard 3-38; Dupre, Malachi 3-24; Smith, DeSean WIS Fumagalli, Troy 7-100; Wheelwright, Rob 4-60; Rushing, George 2-18; Peavy, Jazz 2-11; Ramesh, Aus n 1-11; Ingold, Alec 1-2; Steffes, Eric 1-2; Ogunbowale, Dare 1-1 Game 2 #10 Wisconsin 54 Akron 10 Sept. 10 Madison, Wis. Camp Randall Stadium (77,331) Wisconsin rushed for 294 yards and passed for another 292 yards in a win over Akron, its first game with more than 290 in each category since at least Corey Clement ran for 111 yards and two scores, Jazz Peavy finished with 100 yards and caught two touchdowns and Wisconsin stuffed Akron s spread offense, limiting the Zips to 224 yards and just 10 first downs. Wisconsin s defense recorded a safety and forced two turnovers to build a halftime lead. Bart Houston was 15 of 22 for 231 yards, while freshman Alex Hornibrook made his collegiate debut going 5-for-5 for 61 yards with a touchdown pass. Game Statistics Score by Quarter F Akron Wisconsin Scoring Summary Q Time Scoring Play 1st 8:05 WIS - Clement 4 run (Gaglianone kick), :55 2:28 WIS - Team Safety 2nd 13:45 WIS - Clement 1 run (Gaglianone kick), :32 4:58 WIS - Peavy 13 pass from Houston (Gaglianone kick), :12 3:12 AKR - Natson 55 punt return (O Leary kick) 2:10 WIS - Peavy 34 pass from Houston (Gaglianone kick), :57 0:00 AKR - O Leary 32 field goal, :10 3rd 6:25 WIS - Gaglianone 33 field goal, :44 1:07 WIS - Ingold 6 pass from Hornibrook (Gaglianone kick), :22 4th 11:17 WIS - Ramesh 1 run (Gaglianone kick), :27 7:54 WIS - Shaw 35 run (Gaglianone kick), :23 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING AKRON Ball, Warren 7-71; Morgan, Manny 3-25; Jones, Denzel 4-6; Edwards, Van 2-3; Chapman, T. 2-minus 4; Woodson, Thomas 3-minus 13. WIS Clement, Corey ; Shaw, Bradrick 9-74; Deal, Taiwan 12-58; Peavy, Jazz 1-23; Ogunbowale, Dare 4-18; Ramesh, Austin 4-12; Ingold, Alec 2-4; Houston, Bart 2-minus 6. PASSING AKRON Woodson, Thomas ; Chapman, T WIS Houston, Bart ; Hornibrook, A RECEIVING AKRON Young, Anthony 4-32; Natson, JoJo 3-44; Lane, Jerome 3-43; Smith, Kwad. 1-10; Wolf, Aus n 1-3; Goodman, Tyrell 1-3; Ball, Warren 1-1. WIS Peavy, Jazz 7-100; Wheelwright, Rob 4-99; Taylor, A.J. 2-39; Fumagalli, Troy 2-16; Rushing, George 2-14; Cephus, Quintez 1-10; Steffes, Eric 1-8; Ingold, Alec

95 Game 3 #9 Wisconsin 23 Georgia State 17 Sept. 17 Madison, Wis. Camp Randall Stadium (79,883) Backup quarterback Alex Hornibrook led No. 9 Wisconsin to three scoring drives in the second half, helping the Badgers to a win over Georgia State. Hornibrook took over for Bart Houston late in the third quarter. The freshman finished 8 of 12 for 122 yards, including a 1-yard touchdown pass to Kyle Penniston with 7:25 left to give the Badgers the lead for good, Houston, a senior making his third career start, was 10 of 18 for 91 yards. Georgia State s Conner Manning threw for a career-high 269 yards and a score. Kyler Neal s 9-yard touchdown run with 11:36 left gave the Panthers a brief lead before the Badgers defense reasserted itself. The Badgers didn t commit a penalty during the game, marking the first time since Nov. 15, 1997 that the Badgers were not flagged for an infraction. Game Statistics Score by Quarter F Georgia State Wisconsin Scoring Summary Q Time Scoring Play 1st 7:20 WIS - Gaglianone 41 field goal, :40 1st 0:51 WIS - Gaglianone 28 field goal, :09 3rd 6:00 GSU - ten Lohuis 45 field goal, :25 3rd 2:58 WIS - Ogunbowale 2 run (Gaglianone kick), :56 3rd 0:19 GSU - Davis 13 pass from Manning (ten Lohuis kick), :39 4th 11:36 GSU - Neal 9 run (ten Lohuis kick), :06 4th 7:25 WIS - Penniston 1 pass from Hornibrook (Gaglianone kick), :03 4th 3:36 WIS - Gaglianone 41 field goal, :17 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING GSU Neal 15-41; Boyd 1-9; Dorn 2-5; Smith 1-5; Scaife 1-0; Kirk 2-minus 1. WIS Ogunbowale, Dare 20-65; Shaw, Bradrick 15-62; Deal, Taiwan 7-34; Houston, Bart 3-14; Peavy, Jazz 1-8; Ingold, Alec 1-4; Ramesh, Aus n 1-1. PASSING GSU Manning, ; Smith, WIS Houston, Bart ; Hornibrook, A RECEIVING GSU Davis 8-93; Rucker 6-38; Smith 5-131; Dorn 1-7. WIS Wheelwright, Rob 4-35; Peavy, Jazz 3-67; Penniston, Kyle 3-35; Rushing, George 2-26; Ingold, Alec 2-13; Ogunbowale, Dare 2-12; Taylor, A.J. 1-14; Fumagalli, Troy Game 4 #11 Wisconsin 30 #8 Michigan State 6 Sept. 24 East Lansing, Mich. Spartan Stadium (75,505) By the time Alex Hornibrook s first start was over, there wasn t much question about whether he could handle one of the toughest road tests in the Big Ten. Hornibrook threw for 195 yards and a touchdown, and 11th-ranked Wisconsin turned its early-season showdown with No. 8 Michigan State into a rout, beating the Spartans The Badgers have now tallied two top-10 wins for the first time since The freshman quarterback outplayed fifth-year senior Tyler O Connor, his Michigan State counterpart. The Badgers were the better team in the first half and then outscored the Spartans 17-0 in the third quarter. Michigan State was down 13-6 early in the third and had the ball in Wisconsin territory when LJ Scott s fumble bounced to Wisconsin s Leo Musso in the secondary. O Connor was the only player with a decent shot at him on the return, and Musso spun past the quarterback and went all the way to the end zone for a 66-yard touchdown. Running back Corey Clement returned from a one-game absence due to injury by running for two touchdowns for Wisconsin. The Badgers defense didn t allow a touchdown, held MSU to just 75 yards rushing and forced four turnovers. Game Statistics Score by Quarter F Wisconsin Michigan State Scoring Summary Q Time Scoring Play 1st 8:03 MSU - Geiger 48 field goal, 7-16, 1:31 1st 0:25 WIS - Steffes 1 pass from Hornibrook (Endicott kick), :38 2nd 7:14 WIS - Clement 1 run (kick failed), :40 2nd 1:18 MSU - Geiger 40 field goal, 15-62, 5:51 3rd 13:10 WIS - Musso 66 fumble recovery (Endicott kick) 3rd 4:58 WIS - Endicott 41 field goal, :40 3rd 3:52 WIS - Clement 5 run (Endicott kick), 1-5 0:06 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING WIS Ogunbowale 9-55; Clement 23-54; Ingold 3-13; Ramesh 2-9; Hornibrook 4-minus-9. MSU Scott 14-61; Lewerke 1-16; London 1-6; O Connor 7-5; Corley 2-3; Holmes 1-0. PASSING WIS Hornibrook MSU O Connor ; Lewerke RECEIVING WIS Peavy 4-96; Fumagalli 4-42; Wheelwright 3-34; Rushing 2-24; Steffes 2-2; Clement 1-minus-3. MSU Price 5-58; Madaris 5-49; Corley 4-84; Shelton 3-23; Stewart 1-16; Lyles 1-10; Sokol

96 Game 5 #4 Michigan 14 #8 Wisconsin 7 Oct. 1 Ann Arbor, Mich. Michigan Stadium (111,846) The No. 8 Wisconsin football team suffered its first loss of the season as No. 4 Michigan held on to beat the Badgers 14-7 at Michigan Stadium. With 2:59 remaining and no timeouts left, the Badgers went for it on fourth-and-10 from their 8 yard line and Alex Hornibrook s deep pass was picked off by Michigan s Jourdan Lewis. Hornibrook, in his second start, threw a game-tying, 17-yard TD pass to Dare Ogunbowale midway through the third quarter. Michigan s Wilton Speight delivered what turned out to be the game-winning score with a 46-yard touchdown pass to Amara Darboh midway through the fourth quarter that proved to be the difference. Carrying 17 times for 68 yards, UW senior running back Corey Clement became the 16th player in program history to rush for 2,000 yards in a career. Game Statistics Score by Quarter F Wisconsin Michigan Scoring Summary Q Time Scoring Play 2nd 14:56 MICH - Hill 1 run (Allen kick), 11-77, 4:41 3rd 8:03 WIS - Ogunbowale 17 pass from Hornibrook (Endicott kick), :25 4th 7:56 MICH - Darboh 46 pass from Speight (Tice kick), :53 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING WIS Clement 17-68; Peavy 2-23; Ramesh 2-4; Ogunbowale 2-3; Ingold 1-2; Hornibrook 3-minus-16. MICH Smith 17-66; Isaac 8-48; Evans 8-34; Chesson 2-8; Morris 1-2; Hill 2-2; Crawford 1-0; Speight 5-minus-30. PASSING WIS Hornibrook MICH Speight RECEIVING WIS Wheelwright 3-46; Ogunbowale 3-23; Fumagalli 2-12; Peavy 1-7. MICH Darboh 6-87; Chesson 5-52; Bu 3-31; Perry 2-26; Smith 2-9; Evans 1-9; Poggi 1-5. Game 6 #2 Ohio State 30 #8 Wisconsin 23 (OT) Oct. 15 Madison, Wis. Camp Randall Stadium (81,541) After leading for three quarters, No. 8 Wisconsin fell to No. 2 Ohio State, 30-23, in overtime at a sold-out Camp Randall Stadium. Ohio State s J.T. Barrett threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to receiver Noah Brown to capitalize on the Buckeyes overtime possession. Wisconsin s ensuing drive to the 4 yard line ended with a sack of quarterback Alex Hornibrook on fourth-and-goal. Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst dug deep into the playbook to throw off the Buckeyes in the first half, running receiver Jazz Peavy on jet sweeps and passing out of tight formations. Corey Clement ran for 164 yards on 25 carries for Wisconsin, earning yards for the Badgers balanced offense. Wisconsin collected 236 yards rushing and Hornibrook compiled a career-high 214 yards passing. The Badgers were also the first team in the country this year to score a rushing touchdown against the Buckeyes. Barrett ran for two touchdowns for the Buckeyes, who passed their toughest road test of the season against the Badgers. Game Statistics Score by Quarter OT F Ohio State Wisconsin Scoring Summary Q Time Scoring Play 1st 9:03 WIS - Endicott 46 field goal 8-52, 3:48 1st 6:17 WIS - Peavy 24 pass from Hornibrook (Endicott kick) 4-95, 1:08 1st 2:46 OSU - Durbin 25 field goal 11-67, 3:31 2nd 8:43 OSU - Durbin 40 field goal 9-56, 3:16 2nd 2:47 WIS - Endicott 32 field goal 13-61, 5:56 2nd 0:14 WIS - Endicott 22 field goal 10-61, 1:43 3rd 2:52 OSU - Barrett 1 run (Durbin kick), 13-47, 4:54 4th 14:09 OSU - Barrett 8 run (Durbin kick), 6-38, 2:39 4th 7:54 WIS - Ramesh 4 run (Endicott kick), 11-81, 6:11 4th 3:57 OSU - Durbin 31 field goal 9-61, 3:57 OT 15:00 OSU - Brown 7 pass from Barrett (Durbin kick) 4-25, 0:00 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING WIS Clement ; Peavy 6-70; Ogunbowale 7-23; Ramesh 2-7; Shaw 1-6; Hornibrook 5-minus-34. OSU Barre 21-92; Weber 11-46; Samuel 12-46; Wilson 1-1. PASSING WIS Hornibrook OSU Barre RECEIVING WIS Fumagalli 7-84; Peavy 4-76; Wheelwright 2-36; Ogunbowale 2-0; Clement OSU Samuel 6-58; Brown 4-48; Campbell 2-18; Wilson 1-43; Baugh 1-29; Clark 1-12; Hill 1-10; McLaurin

97 Game 7 #10 Wisconsin 17 Iowa 9 Oct. 22 Iowa City, Iowa Kinnick Stadium (70,585) Corey Clement ran for 134 yards and a touchdown as 10th-ranked Wisconsin used a stout defense to beat Iowa, Alex Hornibrook had 197 yards passing for the Badgers, who won for the fourth straight time in Iowa City. Back-to-back narrow losses to Ohio State and Michigan gave Wisconsin a two-game losing streak, but the Badgers shut down a late Iowa surge to snap that run. Backup Bart Houston threw a touchdown pass for Wisconsin, and Clement s 1-yard TD run put the Badgers ahead 14-6 midway through the third quarter. Houston, the senior who had ceded the starting job to Hornibrook, was 4 of 6 passing for 59 yards and led the Badgers to their first touchdown. Houston s package included some read option plays, giving the Badgers a different look. Wisconsin was carried by its defense. The Badgers allowed just 236 yards on 60 plays and held the Hawkeyes without a touchdown for the first time all season just a week after Iowa scored 49 points against Purdue. The Badgers overcame two missed field goals and a fumble that Iowa recovered in its own end zone, and their defense stopped Iowa 11 times on 13 third downs. Game Statistics Score by Quarter F Wisconsin Iowa Scoring Summary Q Time Scoring Play 2nd 10:06 WIS - Fumagalli 17 pass from Houston (Endicott kick), :45 3:49 IOWA - Duncan 41 field goal, :45 0:00 IOWA - Recinos 47 field goal, :54 3rd 7:20 WIS - Clement 1 run (Endicott kick), :04 4th 1:24 WIS - Endicott 36 field goal, :01 0:43 IOWA - Duncan 25 field goal, :41 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING WIS Clement, Corey ; Taylor, A.J. 2-24; Ogunbowale, D. 2-10; Houston, Bart 1-8; Shaw, Bradrick 1-8; Peavy, Jazz 1-3; Ramesh, Austin 1-1; Team 2-minus 4; Hornibrook, A. 3-minus 17. IOWA Wadley, Akrum 10-44; Daniels, LeShun 10-35; Beathard, C.J. 6-5; McCarron, Riley 1-minus 5; Scheel, Jay 0-4. PASSING WIS Hornibrook, A ; Houston, Bart IOWA Beathard, C.J RECEIVING WIS Ogunbowale, D. 4-51; Peavy, Jazz 3-26; Fumagalli, Troy 2-38; Clement, Corey 2-11; Cephus, Quintez 1-57; Penniston, Kyle 1-54; Ramesh, Austin 1-14; Steffes, Eric 1-5. IOWA Wadley, Akrum 7-72; McCarron, Riley 6-47; Fant, Noah 1-14; Daniels, LeShun 1-8; Scheel, Jay 1-6; Smith, Jerminic 1-6. Game 8 #11 Wisconsin 23 #7 Nebraska 17 (OT) Oct. 29 Madison, Wis. Camp Randall Stadium (80,833) Dare Ogunbowale scored on an 11-yard run in overtime, and No. 11 Wisconsin held on to beat No. 7 Nebraska, 23-17, at Camp Randall Stadium as the Badgers scored their third win of the season over a top-10 team. On Nebraska s ensuing overtime possession, the Badgers stopped Nebraska on fourth-and-8 from the 23 after safety D Cota Dixon swatted away a Tommy Armstrong pass intended for Stanley Morgan Jr. With its sixth win, Wisconsin became bowl eligible for the 15th-consecutive season, extending the longest active bowl streak in the Big Ten. The Badgers improved to 3-0 against Huskers since the Freedom Trophy s inception in 2014 and have won five of their six games vs. Nebraska since it joined the Big Ten in Nebraska rallied from a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter. Drew Brown s 35-yard field goal with 3:43 left tied the game at 17. Wisconsin had a chance to win it with 1:43 left, but Andrew Endicott s 45-yard field-goal try went wide left. But a tough-as-nails defense bailed out the Badgers again. Game Statistics Score by Quarter OT F Nebraska Wisconsin Scoring Summary Q Time Scoring Play 1st 9:38 WIS - Shaw 21 run (Endicott kick), :43 2nd 13:41 NEB - Ozigbo 1 run (Brown kick), :12 6:53 WIS - Endicott 44 field goal, :18 3rd 8:17 WIS - Wheelwright 9 pass from Hornibrook (Endicott kick), :36 4th 13:45 NEB - Armstrong 2 run, :58 3:43 NEB - Brown 25 field goal, :41 OT 15:00 WIS - Ogunbowale 11 run (kick failed), :00 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING NEB Newby, Terrell 17-77; Armstrong, Tommy 13-39; Ozigbo, Devine 10-33; Wilbon, Mikale 2-2; Pierson-El, De Mornay 1-2; Westerkamp, Jordan 1-minus-1. WIS Ogunbowale, Dare ; Clement, Corey 19-82; Shaw, Bradrick 2-23; Wheelwright, Rob 1-6; Peavy, Jazz 1-2; Ingold, Alec 1-1; Team 1-minus 1; Houston, Bart 2-minus 10 PASSING NEB Armstrong, Tommy WIS Hornibrook, Alex ; Houston, Bart RECEIVING NEB Morgan Jr, Stanley 5-58; Westerkamp, Jordan 3-62; Reilly, Brandon 2-19; Pierson-El, De Mornay 1-14; Newby, Terrell 1-0. WIS Wheelwright, Rob 5-43; Fumagalli, Troy 4-48; Peavy, Jazz 3-25; Ogunbowale, Dare 1-minus-1; Ramesh, Austin 1-minus

98 Game 9 #8 Wisconsin 21 Northwestern 7 Nov. 5 Evanston, Ill. Ryan Field (42,016) No. 8 Wisconsin kept hope alive for a shot at the Big Ten West Division title after defeating Northwestern 21-7 on the road. Corey Clement ran for 106 yards and a touchdown and Jazz Peavy scored on a 46-yard run to lead the Badgers in scoring. Wisconsin s defense proved dominant again. Wisconsin held Northwestern to a season-low 39 yards rushing. The Wildcats entered the game averaging 139. Conor Sheehy forced a big fumble when he sacked Clayton Thorson with the Wildcats threatening early in the fourth quarter. That led to Clement s 2-yard TD run that made it a 14-point game. The Wildcats drove to the 19 early in the quarter, but with the ball on the 30, Thorson fumbled as he was sacked by Sheehy. D Cota Dixon returned it 22 yards to the Wildcats 45, and Clement ran it in from the 2. The two-point conversion run by Alec Ingold made it with 8:51 left. Alex Hornibrook completed 11 of 19 passes for 92 yards, and the Badgers rolled up 333 yards while holding a large edge in time of possession (40:25-19:35). Game Statistics Score by Quarter F Wisconsin Northwestern Scoring Summary Q Time Scoring Play 2nd 11:11 WIS - Endicott 40 field goal, 7-34, 3:13 7:33 WIS - Peavy 46 run (Endicott kick), 5-68, 2:25 0:39 NU - Carr 13 pass from Thorson (Mitchell kick), 8-87, 1:02 3rd 8:06 WIS - Endicott 28 field goal, 7-22, 3:14 4th 8:57 WIS - Clement 2 run (Ingold run), 9-45, 4:32 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING WIS Clement, Corey ; Shaw, Bradrick 11-54; Peavy, Jazz 1-46; Ogunbowale, Dare 3-12; Houston, Bart 2-6; Ingold, Alec 2-5; Hornibrook, Alex 2-2; Taylor, A.J. 1-minus-4; Team 3-minus-37. NU Jackson, Justin 13-42; Thorson, Clayton 6-minus-3. PASSING WIS Hornibrook, Alex ; Houston, Bart NU Thorson, Clayton RECEIVING WIS Peavy, Jazz 4-73; Wheelwright, Rob 3-28; Fumagalli, Troy 2-18; Clement, Corey 2-11; Rushing 1-18; Ogunbowale, Dare 1-minus-2. NU Carr ; Scanlan 5-46; Nagel, Flynn 4-37; Dickerson 2-30; Vault, Solomon 1-15, Jackson, Joe. 1-1 Game 10 #7 Wisconsin 48 Illinois 3 Nov. 12 Madison, Wis. Camp Randall Stadium (79,340) Wisconsin celebrated Homecoming in a big way, rolling to a 48-3 victory against Illinois. Corey Clement ran for 123 yards and three touchdowns and the seventh-ranked Badgers intercepted Illinois quarterback Jeff George Jr. four times to seal a decisive Big Ten West Division win. Dare Ogunbowale added 103 yards on seven carries for Wisconsin and the team rushed for a season-high 363 yards at Camp Randall Stadium. Wisconsin led by 18 after the first quarter with two scores from Clement, and 31-3 at the half. Wisconsin s defense continued to shine and held Illinois without a third-down conversion (0-for-9), the first time the Badgers have completed that feat since at least Safety Leo Musso had two of the Badgers four interceptions. Illinois mustered just 60 total yards and three first downs in the second half. Wisconsin, conversely, ran the ball on 29 of the final 30 plays to put the game away. Game Statistics Score by Quarter F Illinois Wisconsin Scoring Summary Q Time Scoring Play 1st 9:25 WIS - Clement 2 run (Endicott kick), :49 6:59 WIS - Clement 4 run (Endicott kick), 2-8 0:44 3:22 ILL - McLaughlin 31 field goal, :32 0:13 WIS - Peavy 8 pass from Hornibrook (Endicott kick), :04 2nd 12:24 WIS - Penniston 7 pass from Houston (Endicott kick), :42 0:04 WIS - Endicott 37 field goal, :11 3rd 7:10 WIS - Endicott 21 field goal, :22 4th 14:18 WIS - Clement 2 run (Endicott kick), :09 5:01 WIS - Shaw 3 run (Endicott kick), :53 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING ILL Foster, Kendrick 15-75; Corbin, Reggie 3-21; Vaughn, Ke Shawn 1-2; George, Jeff, Jr. 1-minus 1). WIS Clement, Corey ; Ogunbowale, Dare 7-103; Shaw, Bradrick 19-80; Deal, Taiwan 6-41; Ingold, Alec 3-8; Peavy, Jazz 1-5; Dooley, Garret 1-5; Hornibrook, Alex 2-minus 2. PASSING ILL George, Jeff, Jr ; Lunt, Wes WIS Hornibrook, Alex ; Houston, Bart ; Clement RECEIVING ILL Hardee, Justin 2-47; Mays, Sam 2-16; Grant, Zach 1-15; Turner, Malik 1-12; Foster, Kendrick WIS Peavy, Jazz 3-29; Clement, Corey 1-24; Ingold, Alec 1-15; Wheelwright, Rob 1-11; Penniston, Kyle 1-7; Shaw, Bradrick

99 Game 11 #6 Wisconsin 49 Purdue 20 Nov. 19 West Lafayette, Ind. Ross-Ade Stadium (30,465) T.J. Watt returned an interception 17 yards for a touchdown, and No. 6 Wisconsin scored 35 points in the final 8 1/2 minutes of the first half of a victory against the lowly Boilermakers. Coach Paul Chryst inserted fifth-year senior Bart Houston at QB, and everything changed for the Badgers in the second quarter. The opening-day starter immediately led Wisconsin on an 87-yard drive that ended with Alec Ingold s 1-yard plunge for a 7-3 lead. Watt picked off David Blough on the next offensive play. Bradrick Shaw scored on a 7-yard run with 3:03 left in the half. After another Blough interception, Houston hooked up with a wide-open Ingold on a 19-yard TD pass and Shaw added a 33-yard TD run in the last minute of the half. Corey Clement rushed for 112 yards and a touchdown for Wisconsin. Game Statistics Score by Quarter F Wisconsin Purdue Scoring Summary Q Time Scoring Play 1st 4:56 PUR - Dellinger 28 field goal, :07 2nd 8:34 WIS - Ingold 1 run (Endicott kick), :30 8:26 WIS - Watt 17 interception return (Endicott kick) 3:03 WIS - Shaw 7 run (Endicott kick), :30 2:49 WIS - Ingold 19 pass from Houston (Endicott kick), :07 2:38 PUR - Yancey 75 pass from Blough (Dellinger kick), :11 0:51 WIS - Shaw 33 run (Endicott kick), :47 3rd 8:47 PUR - Dellinger 30 field goal, :42 3:23 WIS - Peavy 25 pass from Hornibrook (Endicott kick), :24 4th 7:41 WIS - Clement 6 run (Endicott kick), :28 4:15 PUR - Yancey 10 pass from Blough (Dellinger kick), :26 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING WIS Clement, Corey ; Shaw, Bradrick 8-68; Deal, Taiwan 4-20; Houston, Bart 4-14; Cephus, Quintez 2-10; Ingold, Alec 4-6; Ogunbowale, Dare 2-minus 2; Team 1-minus 2; Hornibrook, Alex 4-minus 5. PUR Lankford-Johnson 5-41; Jones, Markell 8-30; Blough, David 8-2; Wegher, Jack 1-minus 2. PASSING WIS Hornibrook, Alex ; Houston, Bart PUR Blough, David ; Sindelar RECEIVING WIS Ogunbowale, Dare 3-62; Fumagalli, Troy 3-52; Wheelwright, Rob 2-25; Peavy, Jazz 1-25; Ingold, Alec 1-19; Cephus, Quintez 1-5; Steffes, Eric 1-3. PUR Yancey, DeAngelo 6-155; Phillips 3-17; Posey, Cameron 2-12; Marshall, Bilal 2-10; Herdman, Cole 1-16; Jones, Markell Game 12 #5 Wisconsin 31 Minnesota 17 Nov. 26 Madison, Wis. Camp Randall Stadium (77,216) A fourth-quarter flourish erased memories of a jittery first half for No. 6 Wisconsin against Minnesota. The latest installment of the most-played rivalry in major college football ended with a familiar scene: the Badgers triumphantly holding up Paul Bunyan s Axe. Corey Clement ran for two fourth-quarter touchdowns and a big-play defense pitched a second-half shutout in a win over the Golden Gophers to keep the trophy in Madison for a 13th straight season. Mitch Leidner threw four interceptions in the second half for Minnesota. The protection around him crumbled as the Badgers mixed up their defensive pressures. Senior cornerback Sojourn Shelton, a four-year starter playing in his last home game, had two interceptions. On offense, Wisconsin s running game finally caught up in the fourth quarter. Jazz Peavy went 71 yards on a jet sweep down the right sideline to the Minnesota 11. Two plays later, Clement bowled into the end zone from 2 yards to give Wisconsin the lead for good, 24-17, with 6:42 left. Game Statistics Score by Quarter F Minnesota Wisconsin Scoring Summary Q Time Scoring Play 1st 10:11 MINN - Carpenter 21 field goal, :49 2nd 9:19 WIS - Ingold 1 run (Endicott kick), :34 9:05 MINN - Wolitarsky 13 pass from Leidner (Carpenter kick), :05 0:53 MINN - Leidner 3 run (Carpenter kick), :10 3rd 9:03 WIS - Endicott 33 field goal, :57 4th 11:58 WIS - Clement 2 run (Endicott kick), :17 6:42 WIS - Clement 2 run (Endicott kick), :19 6:15 WIS - Ogunbowale 8 run (Endicott kick), 1-8 0:05 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING MINN Leidner, Mitch 16-46; Smith, Rodney 13-45; Brooks, Shannon WIS Clement, Corey ; Peavy, Jazz 3-83; Shaw, Bradrick 7-20; Ogunbowale, Dare 4-7; Ramesh, Austin 1-3; Ingold, Alec 1-1; Houston, Bart 3-minus 1; Team 2-minus 3. PASSING MINN Leidner, Mitch WIS Houston, Bart ; Hornibrook, A RECEIVING MINN Wolitarsky,Drew 4-76; Still, Rashad 3-48; Smith, Rodney 1-25; Carter, Eric 1-9. WIS Peavy, Jazz 4-47; Fumagalli, Troy 4-46; Wheelwright, Robert 2-19; Cephus, Quintez 1-22; Rushing, George 1-12; Ogunbowale, Dare

100 Game 13 #8 Penn State 38 #6 Wisconsin 31 Dec. 3 Indianapolis, Ind. Lucas Oil Stadium (65,018) Big Ten Football Championship Game Wisconsin built a 28-7 lead, but Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley led an epic come-from-behind victory over No. 6 Wisconsin in the Big Ten Football Championship Game. No. 8 Penn State trailed 28-7 with 5:15 left in the first half. That s when McSorley and the Nittany Lions offense finally got in sync by scoring touchdowns on each of their next four possessions the last an 18-yard TD pass to Saquon Barkley with 13:41 left in the game. The Nittany Lions never trailed again. Wisconsin played without starting quarterback Alex Hornibrook but jumped to the big lead behind Corey Clement, who ran 21 times for 164 yards, including a 67- yard TD run in the first quarter. Game Statistics Score by Quarter F Wisconsin Penn State Scoring Summary Q Time Scoring Play 1st 5:27 WIS - Ramesh 1 run (Endicott kick), :00 3:06 WIS - Clement 67 run (Endicott kick), :45 1:10 PSU - Gesicki 33 pass from McSorley (Davis kick), :56 2nd 9:42 WIS - Connelly 12 fumble rec. (Endicott kick) 5:15 WIS - Ogunbowale 7 run (Endicott kick), :31 0:58 PSU - Blacknall 40 pass from McSorley (Davis kick), :27 3rd 10:58 PSU - Blacknall 70 pass from McSorley (Davis kick), :11 4:22 PSU - Barkley 1 run (Davis kick), :17 0:16 WIS - Endicott 23 field goal, :06 4th 13:41 PSU - Barkley 18 pass from McSorley (Davis kick), :30 5:14 PSU - Davis 24 field goal, :38 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING WIS Clement, Corey ; Shaw, Bradrick 15-62; Ogunbowale, D. 6-26; Peavy, Jazz 1-5; Ramesh, Austin 1-1; Cephus, Quintez 1-minus 3; Houston, Bart 4-minus 14. PSU Barkley, Saquon 19-83; Robinson, Andre 3-7; TEAM 1-minus 19; McSorley, Trace 6-minus 20. PASSING WIS Houston, Bart PSU McSorley, Trace RECEIVING WIS Peavy, Jazz 4-53; Ogunbowale, D. 4-28; Clement, Corey 3-43; Fumagalli, Troy 3-30; Steffes, Eric 1-14; Penniston, Kyle 1-6. PSU Hamilton, D ; Blacknall, S ; Gesicki, Mike 3-58; Godwin, Chris 3-33; Barkley, Saquon Game 14 #8 Wisconsin 24 #12 Western Michigan 16 Jan. 2 Arlington, Texas AT&T Stadium (59,615) 81st Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic No. 8 Wisconsin sank No. 12 Western Michigan s hopes of an undefeated season to claim the 2017 Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic, 24-16, for its third-consecutive win in a bowl game. Badgers tight end Troy Fumagalli was named Offensive Most Valuable Player, while inside linebacker T.J. Edwards earned the defensive honor. With 14 minutes left, Fumagalli s 8-yard TD catch an acrobatic leap in the back of the end zone between two defenders made it The touchdown was Fumagalli s second awe-inspiring play after hauling in a one-handed 20-yard grab on the Badgers opening drive. Quarterbacks Bart Houston and Alex Hornibrook combined to complete 13 of 14 passes, matching the Cotton Bowl record for team completion percentage (92.9%). Game Statistics Score by Quarter F Wisconsin W. Michigan Scoring Summary Q Time Scoring Play 1st 8:52 WIS - Clement 2 run (Endicott kick), :08 3:23 WIS - Ogunbowale 1 run (Endicott kick), :52 2nd 5:27 WMU - Terrell 2 run (Hampton kick), :45 0:18 WIS - Endicott 30 field goal, :09 3rd 10:00 WMU - Hampton 27 field goal, :00 4th 12:26 WIS - Fumagalli 8 pass from Hornibrook (Endicott kick),3-12 1:26 3:27 WMU - Davis 11 pass from Terrell (kick failed), :59 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS RUSHING WIS Clement, Corey 22-71; Peavy, Jazz 3-50; Quintez, Cephus 2-34; Ogunbowale, Dare 5-22; Ramesh, Austin 1-10; Deal, Taiwan 2-9; TEAM 1-minus 2; Houston, Bart 2-minus 10 WMU Brogan, Jamauri 16-58; Franklin, J. 7-53; Terrell, Zach 7-14; TEAM 1-minus 2 PASSING WIS Houston, Bart ; Hornibrook, Alex WMU Terrell, Zach RECEIVING WIS Fumagalli, Troy 6-83; Clement, Corey 2-28; Ogunbowale, Dare 2-28; Rushing, George 2-27; Wheelwright, Rob 1-12 WMU Davis, Corey 6-73; Fraklin, J 4-33; Thompson, C. 4-32; Henry, Michael

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102 Individual Records Rushing Rushing Yards Quarter: 189, Melvin Gordon vs. Nebraska (2), 11/15/2014 Half: 258, Michael Bennett vs. Oregon, 9/9/2000 Game: 408, Melvin Gordon vs. Nebraska, 11/15/2014 Season: 2,587, Melvin Gordon, 2014 Career: 7,125, Ron Dayne, Rushing Attempts Quarter: 16, Ron Dayne vs. Minnesota, 11/9/1996 Half: 31, Ron Dayne vs. Minnesota, 11/9/1996 Game: 50, Ron Dayne vs. Minnesota, 11/9/1996 Season: 356, Montee Ball, 2012 Career: 1,220, Ron Dayne, Highest Average Per Carry Game (10 att.): 19.5, Melvin Gordon vs. Bowling Green, 9/20/2014 Season (100 att.): 7.81, Melvin Gordon, 2013 Career (300 att.): 7.79, Melvin Gordon, Rushing Touchdowns Game: 5, Billy Marek vs. Minnesota, 11/23/1974; Anthony Davis vs. Minnesota, 11/23/2002; Brian Calhoun vs. Bowling Green 9/3/2005 and Illinois, 10/29/2005; Melvin Gordon vs. Bowling Green 9/20/2014 Season: 33, Montee Ball, 2011 Career: 77, Montee Ball, yard Rushing Games Season: 12, Melvin Gordon, 2014 Career: 33, Ron Dayne, Consecutive: 17, Brent Moss, yard Rushing Games Season: 6, Melvin Gordon, 2014 Career: 14, Ron Dayne, Consecutive: 3, Billy Marek, 1974; Ron Dayne, 1996; Ron Dayne, 1999; Melvin Gordon, 2014 Highest Rushing Average Per Game Season: 184.8, Melvin Gordon, 2014 Career: 151.6, Ron Dayne, Rushing Yards in Consecutive Games Two: 628, Ron Dayne, 1996 Three: 874, Ron Dayne, 1996 Four: 987, Ron Dayne, 1996 Five: 1,233, Ron Dayne, 1996 Six: 1,477, Ron Dayne, 1996 Passing Passing Yards Game: 423, Darrell Bevell vs. Minnesota, 10/23/1993 Season: 3,175, Russell Wilson, 2011 Career: 7,686, Darrell Bevell, Pass Attempts Game: 54, Randy Wright vs. Iowa, 11/5/1983 Season: 370, Joel Stave, 2015 Career: 1,052, Darrell Bevell, Pass Completions Game: 35, Darrell Bevell vs. Iowa, 11/18/1995 Season: 225, Joel Stave, 2015 Career: 646, Darrell Bevell, Consecutive: 17, Tanner McEvoy vs. Western Illinois, 9/6/2014 Highest Completion Percentage Game (10 att.):.944, Darrell Bevell (17-18) vs. Northwestern, 10/9/1993 Season:.729, Scott Tolzien ( ), 2010 Career:.681, Scott Tolzien ( ), Passing Touchdowns Game: 5, Darrell Bevell vs. Nevada, 9/4/1993; Jim Sorgi vs. Michigan State, 11/15/2003 Season: 31, Russell Wilson, 2011 Career: 59, Darrell Bevell, Highest Pass Efficiency Rating Game (15 att.): , John Stocco vs. Indiana, 9/30/2006 Season: 191.8, Russell Wilson, 2011 Career: 191.8, Russell Wilson, 2011 Most 200-yard Passing Games Season: 9, Joel Stave, 2015 Career: 18, Joel Stave, Consecutive: 7, John Stocco, 2005 Most 300-yard Passing Games Season: 3, Randy Wright, 1983; John Stocco, 2005 Career: 4, John Stocco, ; Randy Wright, Consecutive: 3, Randy Wright, 1983 Receiving Most Yards Receiving Game: 258, Lee Evans vs. Michigan State, 11/15/2003 Season: 1,545, Lee Evans, 2001 By a WR: 1,545, Lee Evans, 2001 By a RB: 571, Brian Calhoun, 2005 By a TE: 982, Travis Beckum, 2007 Career: 3,468, Lee Evans, By a WR: 3,468, Lee Evans, By a RB: 670, James White, By a TE: 2,149, Travis Beckum, Most Receptions Game: 13, Matt Nyquist vs. Iowa, 11/18/1995 By a WR: 12, Jared Abbrederis vs. PSU, 11/30/2013 By a RB: 11, Brian Calhoun vs. Northwestern, 10/8/2005 By a TE: 13, Matt Nyquist vs. Iowa, 11/18/1995 Season: 75, Lee Evans, 2001; Travis Beckum, 2007 By a WR: 75, Lee Evans, 2001 By a RB: 53, Brian Calhoun, 2005 By a TE: 75, Travis Beckum, 2007 Career: 202, Brandon Williams, ; Jared Abbbrederis, By a WR: 202, Brandon Williams, ; Jared Abbbrederis, By a RB: 73, James White, By a TE: 159, Travis Beckum, Most Consecutive Games With a Pass Reception Career: 38, Lee Evans,

103 Highest Average Per Reception Game (3 rec.): 47.3, Larry Mialik vs. Penn State, 10/3/1970 Season (30 rec.): 21.3, Larry Mialik, 1970 Career (50 rec.): 20.1, Tony Simmons, vs. Michigan State, 10/23/1999 Season (15 att.): 90.5, Matt Davenport (19-21), 1998 Career (30 att.): 86.8, Matt Davenport (33-38), Most Receiving Touchdowns Game: 5, Lee Evans vs. Michigan State, 11/15/2003 Season: 13, Lee Evans, 2003 Career: 27, Lee Evans, Scoring Most Points Game: 30, Billy Marek vs. Minnesota, 11/23/1974; Anthony Davis vs. Minnesota, 11/23/2002; Lee Evans vs. Michigan State, 11/15/2003; Brian Calhoun vs. Bowling Green, 9/3/2005 and Illinois, 10/29/2005; P.J. Hill vs. The Citadel, 9/15/2007; Melvin Gordon vs. Bowling Green, 9/20/2014 By a Kicker: 17, Philip Welch vs. Indiana, 11/13/2010 Season: 236, Montee Ball, 2011 By a Kicker: 118, Philip Welch, 2010 Career: 500, Montee Ball, By a Kicker: 384, Philip Welch, Most Touchdowns Game: 5, Billy Marek vs. Minnesota, 11/23/1974; Anthony Davis vs. Minnesota, 11/23/2002; Lee Evans vs. Michigan State, 11/15/2003; Brian Calhoun vs. Bowling Green, 9/3/2005 and Illinois, 10/29/2005; P.J. Hill vs. The Citadel, 9/15/2007; Melvin Gordon vs. Bowling Green, 9/20/2014 Season: 39, Montee Ball, 2011 Career: 83, Montee Ball, Most Extra Points Game: 11, Philip Welch vs. Indiana, 11/13/2010 Season: 67, Philip Welch, 2010 Career: 202, Philip Welch, Highest Extra Point Percentage Game (8 att.): 100.0, Vince Lamia vs. Missouri, 10/5/1974; Kevin Rohde vs. Minnesota, 10/15/1983; Rick Schnetzky vs. Eastern Michigan, 9/10/1994; Matt Davenport vs. San Jose State, 9/13/1997; Vitaly Pisetsky vs. Indiana, 10/16/1999; Mike Allen vs. Michigan State, 11/15/2003; Philip Welch vs. Austin Peay, 9/25/2010; Philip Welch vs. Indiana, 11/13/2010; Philip Welch vs. Northwestern, 11/27/2010 Season (25 att.): 100.0, Gary Kroner, 1962; Roger Jaeger, 1971; Mark Doran, 1981; Mark Neuser, 2001; Mike Allen, 2002; Taylor Mehlhaff, 2006; Philip Welch, 2010; Jack Russell, 2013 Career (50 att.): 98.1, Philip Welch, Most Field Goals Game: 4, Vince Lamia vs. Minnesota, 11/20/1976; Todd Gregoire vs. Kentucky, 12/29/1984; Todd Gregoire vs. Ohio State, 11/7/1987; Rich Thompson vs. Bowling Green, 9/19/1992; Rich Thompson vs. Purdue, 10/17/1992; Matt Davenport vs. Minnesota, 11/7/1998; Vitaly Pisetsky vs. Michigan State, 10/23/1999; Philip Welch vs. Michigan, 9/27/2008 Season: 22, Rich Thompson, 1992 Career: 65, Todd Gregoire, Highest Field Goal Percentage Game (4 att.): 100.0, Vince Lamia vs. Minnesota, 11/20/1976; Todd Gregoire vs. Kentucky, 12/29/1984; Rich Thompson vs. Bowling Green, 9/19/1992; Rich Thompson vs. Purdue, 10/17/1992; Matt Davenport vs. Minnesota, 11/7/1998; Vitaly Pisetsky 101 Total Offense Most Yards Game: 416, Darrell Bevell vs. Minnesota, 10/23/1993 Season: 3,199, Russell Wilson, 2011 Career: 7,477, Darrell Bevell, Most Total Offensive Plays Game: 61, Randy Wright vs. Iowa, 11/5/1983 Season: 445, Tyler Donovan, 2007 Career: 1,289, Brooks Bollinger, Most TDs Responsible For Game: 5, Billy Marek vs. Minnesota, 11/23/1974; Mike Kalasmiki vs. Minnesota, 11/17/1979; Jess Cole vs. Minnesota, 11/22/1980; Randy Wright vs. Purdue, 11/12/1983; Darrell Bevell vs. Nevada, 9/4/1993; Mike Samuel vs. San Jose State, 9/13/1997; Brooks Bollinger vs. Michigan State, 10/26/2002; Anthony Davis vs. Minnesota, 11/23/2002; Jim Sorgi vs. Michigan State, 11/15/2003; Lee Evans vs. Michigan State, 11/15/2003; Brian Calhoun vs. Bowling Green, 9/3/2005 and Illinois, 10/29/2005; P.J. Hill vs. The Citadel, 9/15/2007; Scott Tolzien vs. Michigan, 11/14/2009; James White vs. Nebraska 12/1/2012; Melvin Gordon vs. Bowling Green, 9/20/2014 Season: 40, Montee Ball, 2011; Russell Wilson, 2011 Career: 84, Montee Ball, All-Purpose Yardage Most All-Purpose Yardage Game: 347, Ron Dayne vs. Hawaii, 11/30/1996 Kick Returns Only: 241, Troy Vincent vs. Western Illinois, 9/14/1991 Season: 2,242, Ron Dayne, 1996 Career: 7,429, Ron Dayne, Kickoff and Punt Returns Most Kickoff Return Yards Game: 201, Jared Abbrederis vs. Oregon, 1/2/2012 Season: 967, David Gilreath, 2007 Career: 3,025, David Gilreath ( ) Most Kickoff Returns Game: 8, Jared Abbrederis vs. Oregon, 1/2/2012 Season: 42, David Gilreath, 2007 Career: 135, David Gilreath ( ) Highest Avg. Per Kickoff Return Game (3 ret.): 42.7, Selvie Washington vs. Neb, 9/21/1974 Season (10 ret.): 29.6, Ira Matthews, 1976 Career (30 ret.): 25.8, Jared Abbrederis, Most Kickoff Returns For TDs Game: 1, many times (MR: Natrell Jamerson at Maryland, 11/7/2015) Season: 2, Ira Matthews, 1976; Nick Davis, 1999 Career: 2, Danny Crooks, ; Ira Matthews, ; Nick Davis, Most Punt Return Yards Game: 158, Earl Girard vs. Iowa, 11/8/1947 Season: 470, Jim Leonhard, 2003 Career: 1,347, Jim Leonhard,

104 Most Punt Returns Game: 10, Bill Lane vs. Indiana, 11/3/1951 Season: 38, Keith Jackson, 1994 Career: 105, Jim Leonhard, Highest Average Per Punt Return Game (3 ret.): 52.7, Earl Girard vs. Iowa, 11/8/1947 Season (15 ret.): 16.9, Ira Matthews, 1978 Career (25 ret.): 13.7, Brandon Williams, Most Punt Returns For TDs Game: 2, Earl Girard vs. Iowa, 11/8/1947 Season: 3, Ira Matthews, 1978 Career: 4, Ira Matthews, Punting Most Yards Punting Game: 514, Ken DeBauche vs. Michigan, 9/23/2006 Season: 3,323, Drew Meyer, 2012 Career: 10,660, Kevin Stemke, Most Punts Game: 12, Dave Fronek vs. Nebraska, 10/9/1965; Bob Schaffner vs. Iowa, 10/19/1968; Brad Brekke vs. Miami (Fla.), 9/9/1989 Season: 80, Drew Meyer, 2012 Career: 256, Drew Meyer, Highest Average Per Punt Game (3 punts): 52.2, Dick Mileager vs. Kansas, 10/2/1976 Season (30 punts): 44.8, Ken DeBauche, 2005 Career (100 punts): 43.5, Kevin Stemke, Interceptions Most Interceptions Game: 4, Clarence Bratt vs. Minnesota, 11/20/1954 Season: 11, Jim Leonhard, 2002 Career: 21, Jamar Fletcher, ; Jim Leonhard, Most Interception Return Yardage Game: 103, Bob Radcliffe vs. Navy, 10/15/1949; Ed Withers vs. Iowa, 10/14/1950 Season: 179, Jamar Fletcher, 2000 Career: 459, Jamar Fletcher, Highest Average Per Int. Return Season (min. 4 ret.): 30.5, Pat Levenhagen, 1955 Career (min. 8 ret.): 25.0, Ed Withers, Most Interception Ret. for TDs Game: 2, Bob Radcliffe vs. Navy, 10/15/1949 Season: 3, Jamar Fletcher, 1998 Career: 5, Jamar Fletcher, Defense Most Tackles Game: 28, Dave Crossen vs. Purdue, 11/5/1977 By a LB: 28, Dave Crossen vs. Purdue, 11/5/1977 By a DB: 23, Scott Nelson vs. Iowa, 10/13/1990 Season: 181, Dave Lokanc, 1972 By a DL: 135, Tim Krumrie, 1981 By a LB: 181, Dave Lokanc, 1972 By a DB: 144, Reggie Holt, 1991 Career: 451, Pete Monty, By a DL:444, Tim Krumrie, By a LB: 451, Pete Monty, By a DB: 359, Greg Thomas, Most Tackles For Loss Game: 6.5, Alex Lewis vs. Purdue, 10/18/2003 Season: 31, Tom Burke, 1998 Career: 58, Tarek Saleh, Most Quarterback Sacks Game: 6, Tim Jordan vs. Northwestern, 10/19/1985 Season: 22, Tom Burke, 1998 Career: 33, Tarek Saleh, Most Passes Defended Game: 6, Mike Echols vs. Purdue, 11/6/1999 Season: 25, Mike Echols, 2000; Jim Leonhard, 2002 Career: 62, Mike Echols, Most Fumbles Recovered Game: 3, Michael Reid vs. Ohio State, 11/16/1985 Season: 5, Ed Bosold, 1972 Career: 9, Scott Erdmann, Most Blocked Kicks Game: 3, Richard Johnson vs. Missouri, 9/15/1984 Season: 6, Richard Johnson, 1984 Career: 8, Richard Johnson,

105 Service Records Career Records Games Played (All 50+) 1. Beau Allen, DL 54 Vince Biegel, LB 54 Jordan Fredrick, WR 54 Ryan Groy, OL 54 Rob Havenstein, OL 54 Ethan Hemer, DL 54 Darius Hillary, CB 54 Drew Meyer, P 54 Sojourn Shelton, CB *54 Dezmen Southward, DB Jared Abbrederis, WR 53 Chris Borland, LB 53 Patrick Butrym, DL 53 Michael Caputo, S 53 Jacob Pedersen, TE 53 Devin Smith, DB 53 Connor Udelhoven, LS Ethan Armstrong, LB 52 Bradie Ewing, FB 52 Antonio Fenelus, CB 52 Aaron Henry, 2007, DB 52 Derek Landisch, LB 52 Leo Musso, S 52 Mike Newkirk, DL 52 Brad Nortman, P 52 Conor O Neill, LB 52 Jonathan Orr, WR 52 James White, RB 52 Brandon Williams, WR 52 Kyle Zuleger, DB Brett Bell, DB 51 Jake Byrne, TE 51 Ken DeBauche, P 51 Jim Leonhard, DB 51 Taylor Mehlhaff, K 51 Culmer St. Jean, LB 51 Scott Starks, DB 51 Ben Strickland, DB 51 Rick Wagner, OL 51 Brandon White, WR 51 Mark Zalewski, LB 51 Tyler Marz, OL Sam Arneson, TE 50 Dan Buenning, OL 50 Darrin Charles, WR 50 Tyler Dippel, DL 50 David Gilreath, WR 50 Anttaj Hawthorne, DL 50 DeAndre Levy, LB 50 Eric Mahlik, DL 50 Joe Monty, DL 50 Matt Shaughnessy, LB 50 Kraig Urbik, OL 50 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Starts at Quarterback 1. Darrell Bevell, Brooks Bollinger, Joel Stave, Mike Samuel, John Stocco, Neil Graff, Tony Lowery, Scott Tolzien, Mike Howard, Randy Wright, Quarterback Wins 1. Joel Stave, (41 starts) Brooks Bollinger, (42) John Stocco, (36) Mike Samuel, (38) Darrell Bevell, (43) Scott Tolzien, (26) Jim Miller, (22) Randy Wright, (23) Neil Graff, (31) 11 Mike Howard, (24) 11 Gregg Bohlig, (22) 11 Tyler Donovan, (15) 11 Russell Wilson, 2011 (14) 11 Quarterback Winning Percentage (Minimum 15 starts) 1. Scott Tolzien, (21-5) 2. John Stocco, (29-7) 3. Joel Stave, (31-10) 4. Tyler Donovan, (11-4) 5. Brooks Bollinger, (30-12) 6. Mike Samuel, (27-11) 7. Jim Miller, (15-6-1) 8. Robert Petruska, (10-5-1) 9. Darrell Bevell, ( ) 10. Randy Wright, (14-9) * Includes school-record 51 career starts 103

106 Rushing Records Top 10 Career Leaders 1. Ron Dayne Year Att. Yards Avg. TD , , , , Total 1,220 7, Montee Ball Year Att. Yards Avg. TD , , Total 924 5, Melvin Gordon Year Att. Yards Avg. TD , , Total 631 4, Anthony Davis Year Att. Yards Avg. TD , , Total 908 4, James White Year Att. Yards Avg. TD , , Total 643 4, P.J. Hill Year Att. Yards Avg. TD , , , Total 770 3, Billy Marek Year Att. Yards Avg. TD , , , Total 719 3, Brent Moss Year Att. Yards Avg. TD , Total 694 3, Terrell Fletcher Year Att. Yards Avg. TD , Total 614 3, John Clay Year Att. Yards Avg. TD , , Total 629 3, Career Records Yards 1. Ron Dayne, , Montee Ball, , Melvin Gordon, , Anthony Davis, , James White, , P.J. Hill, , Billy Marek, , Brent Moss, , Terrell Fletcher, , John Clay, , Alan Ameche, , Corey Clement, , Larry Emery, , Rufus Ferguson, , Carl McCullough, 93, , Alan Thompson, , Marvin Artley, , Michael Bennett, , Brooks Bollinger, , Larry Canada, ,714 Attempts 1. Ron Dayne, , Montee Ball, Anthony Davis, P.J. Hill, Billy Marek, Alan Ameche, Brent Moss, James White, Melvin Gordon, John Clay,

107 Touchdowns 1. Montee Ball, Ron Dayne, James White, Melvin Gordon, Billy Marek, Anthony Davis, P.J. Hill, John Clay, Corey Clement, Brent Moss, Average Per Carry (Minimum 300 attempts) 1. Melvin Gordon, James White, Ron Dayne, Montee Ball, Terrell Fletcher, John Clay, Michael Bennett, Corey Clement, Billy Marek, Anthony Davis, Touchdowns 1. Montee Ball, Melvin Gordon, Brian Calhoun, Montee Ball, Ron Dayne, Ron Dayne, Billy Marek, John Clay, Montee Ball, Brent Moss, Average Per Carry (Minimum 100 attempts) 1. Melvin Gordon, Melvin Gordon, Troy King, James White, James White, Ron Dayne, Marvin Artley, James White, Montee Ball, Larry Emery, Season Records Yards 1. Melvin Gordon, , Ron Dayne, , Ron Dayne, , Montee Ball, , Montee Ball, , Michael Bennett, , Brent Moss, , Brian Calhoun, , Melvin Gordon, , P.J. Hill, , Anthony Davis, , Ron Dayne, , John Clay, , Terrell Fletcher, , Anthony Davis, , Ron Dayne, , James White, , Corey Clement, , Billy Marek, , P.J. Hill, ,236 Attempts 1. Montee Ball, Brian Calhoun, Melvin Gordon, Ron Dayne, Ron Dayne, Corey Clement, Brent Moss, P.J. Hill, Michael Bennett, Montee Ball, Game Records Yards 1. Melvin Gordon vs. Nebraska, 11/15/ Ron Dayne vs. Hawaii, 11/30/ Billy Marek vs. Minnesota, 11/23/ Anthony Davis vs. Minnesota, 11/23/ Ron Dayne vs. Minnesota, 11/9/ Michael Bennett vs. N western, 9/23/ Michael Bennett vs. Oregon, 9/9/ Ron Dayne vs. Illinois, 11/23/ Melvin Gordon vs. Northwestern, 10/4/ Brian Calhoun vs. Bowling Green, 9/3/ Ron Dayne vs. San Jose State, 9/13/ Melvin Gordon vs. Bowl. Green, 9/20/ Melvin Gordon vs. Auburn, 1/1/ Zach Brown vs. Minnesota, 11/17/ P.J. Hill vs. Northwestern, 10/7/ Anthony Davis vs. Akron, 9/6/ Montee Ball at Purdue, 10/13/ Ron Dayne vs. Utah, 12/27/ Ron Dayne vs. UCLA, 1/1/ Ron Dayne vs. Purdue, 11/2/ Attempts 1. Ron Dayne vs. Minnesota, 11/9/ Michael Bennett vs. N western, 9/23/ Anthony Davis vs. Minnesota, 11/23/ Billy Marek vs. Minnesota, 11/23/ Brian Calhoun vs. Bowling Green, 9/3/ Touchdowns 1. Billy Marek vs. Minnesota, 11/23/ Anthony Davis vs. Minnesota, 11/23/ Brian Calhoun vs. Bowling Green, 9/3/ Brian Calhoun vs. Illinois, 10/29/ Melvin Gordon vs. Bowling Green, 9/20/ Billy Marek vs. Iowa, 11/10/ Billy Marek vs. Iowa, 11/23/ Jess Cole vs. Minnesota, 11/22/ Ron Dayne vs. Illinois, 11/23/ Ron Dayne vs. Hawaii, 11/30/ Ron Dayne vs. San Diego State, 9/13/

108 106 Ron Dayne vs. UCLA, 1/1/ Ron Dayne vs. Ohio State, 10/2/ P.J. Hill vs. The Citadel, 9/15/ James White vs. Austin Peay, 9/25/ Montee Ball at Michigan, 11/20/ Montee Ball vs. Northwestern, 11/27/ Montee Ball vs. Nebraska, 10/1/ Montee Ball vs. Penn State, 11/26/ James White vs. Nebraska, 12/1/ Melvin Gordon vs. Illinois, 10/11/ Melvin Gordon vs. Nebraska, 11/15/ Average Per Carry (Minimum 10 attempts) 1. Melvin Gordon vs. Bowl. Green, 9/20/ Melvin Gordon vs. Nebraska, 11/15/ Ken Starch vs. Colorado, 9/28/ Terrell Fletcher vs. Indiana, 9/24/ Ken Starch vs. Wyoming, 10/6/ James White vs. Austin Peay, 9/25/ James White vs. UMass, 8/31/ Melvin Gordon vs. Arizona State, 9/13/ Clarence Self vs. Purdue, 9/27/ Ron Dayne vs. San Jose State, 9/13/ Longest Runs 92 (TD) James White vs. Indiana, 11/16/ (TD) Tom Brigham vs. Western Michigan, 9/21/ (TD) David Gilreath vs. Indiana, 11/8/ (TD) Ken Starch vs. Colorado, 9/28/ Melvin Gordon vs. Iowa, 11/22/ (TD) Danny Lewis vs. West Virginia, 10/5/ (TD) Earl Maves vs. Marquette, 9/21/ Michael Bennett vs. Oregon, 9/9/ Ira Matthews vs. Minnesota, 11/25/ Harland Carl vs. Marquette, 9/29/ (TD) Billy Marek vs. Missouri, 10/5/ (TD) Melvin Gordon vs. Arizona State, 9/14/2013 Pre-Modern Era (Prior to 1946) 90 (TD) Eddie Gillette vs. Northwestern, 10/12/ (TD) Norsky Larson vs. Minnesota, 10/29/ Norsky Larson vs. Chicago, 11/28/ (TD) A.G. Findlay vs. Minnesota, 11/4/1905 Rushing Yardage Records By Class Season Seniors 1. Ron Dayne, , Montee Ball, , Terrell Fletcher, , James White, , Corey Clement, ,375 Juniors 1. Melvin Gordon, , Montee Ball, , Michael Bennett, , Brent Moss, , Brian Calhoun, ,636 Sophomores 1. Melvin Gordon, , Anthony Davis, , John Clay, , Ron Dayne, , P.J. Hill, , Freshmen 1. Ron Dayne, , P.J. Hill, , Anthony Davis, , James White, , John Clay, Game Seniors 1. Montee Ball at Purdue, Terrell Fletcher vs. Duke, Ron Dayne vs. Cincinnati, Marck Harrison vs. Purdue, Ron Dayne vs. Purdue, Juniors 1. Melvin Gordon vs. Nebraska, Billy Marek vs. Minnesota, Michael Bennett vs. Northwestern, Michael Bennett vs. Oregon, Melvin Gordon vs. Northwestern, Sophomores 1. Anthony Davis vs. Minnesota, Ron Dayne vs. San Jose State, Billy Marek vs. Wyoming, Alan Thompson vs. Oklahoma, Dwayne Smith vs. Michigan State, Ron Dayne vs. Illinois, Freshmen 1. Ron Dayne vs. Hawaii, Ron Dayne vs. Minnesota, Ron Dayne vs. Illinois, Zach Brown vs. Minnesota, P.J. Hill vs. Northwestern, Ron Dayne vs. Utah, ,000-Yard Rushers (Season) Alan Ameche (1,079 yards), 1952 Marquette ( ); #2 Illinois ( ); at Ohio State ( ); at Iowa ( ); #8 UCLA ( ); at Rice ( ); Northwestern ( ); at Indiana ( ); Minnesota ( ); #5 USC ( ) Rufus Ferguson (1,222 yards), 1971 Northern Illinois ( ); at #15 Syracuse ( ); #18 LSU ( ); at Northwestern (6-46-0); Indiana ( ); Michigan State ( ); at #12 Ohio State ( ); at Iowa ( ); Purdue ( ); Illinois ( ); at Minnesota ( ) Rufus Ferguson (1,004 yards), 1972 Northern Illinois ( ); Syracuse ( ); at LSU ( ); Northwestern ( ); at Indiana ( ); at Michigan State ( ); #4 Ohio State ( ); Iowa ( ); at Purdue (DNP); at Illinois (DNP); Minnesota ( ) Billy Marek (1,207 yards), 1973 Purdue ( ); #19 Colorado ( ); at #2 Nebraska ( ); Wyoming ( ); #1 Ohio State ( ); at #4 Michigan (9-31-1); Indiana ( ); at Michigan State ( ); Iowa ( ); Northwestern ( ); at Minnesota ( )

109 Billy Marek (1,215 yards), 1974 at Purdue (DNP); #4 Nebraska ( ); at Colorado ( ); Missouri ( ); at #1 Ohio State ( ); #3 Michigan (9-42-0); at Indiana (DNP); #20 Michigan State ( ); at Iowa ( ); at Northwestern ( ); Minnesota ( ) Billy Marek (1,281 yards), 1975 #2 Michigan ( ); South Dakota ( ); #5 Missouri ( ); Kansas ( ); at Purdue ( ); #1 Ohio State ( ); Northwestern ( ); Illinois ( ); at Iowa ( ); Indiana ( ); at Minnesota ( ) Larry Emery (1,113 yards), 1985 Northern Illinois ( ); UNLV ( ); at Wyoming ( ); #5 Michigan ( ); #1 Iowa ( ); Northwestern ( ); at Illinois ( ); Indiana ( ); at Minnesota ( ); at #3 Ohio State ( ); Michigan State ( ) Brent Moss (1,637 yards), 1993 Nevada ( ); at SMU ( ); Iowa State ( ); at Indiana ( ); Northwestern ( ); at Purdue ( ); at Minnesota ( ); #24 Michigan ( ); #3 Ohio State ( ); at Illinois ( ); Michigan State ( ); #13 UCLA ( ) Terrell Fletcher (1,476 yards), 1994 Eastern Michigan ( ); at #7 Colorado ( ); #21 Indiana ( ); at Michigan State ( ); at Northwestern ( ); Purdue ( ); Minnesota ( ); at #10 Michigan ( ); at Ohio State (8-25-0); Cincinnati ( ); Illinois ( ); #25 Duke ( ) Carl McCullough (1,038 yards), 1995 #13 Colorado ( ); at Stanford ( ); SMU ( ); at #6 Penn State ( ); #4 Ohio State ( ); at #11 Northwestern ( ); Michigan State ( ); at Purdue ( ); at Minnesota ( ); Iowa (DNP); Illinois ( ) Ron Dayne (2,109 yards), 1996 Eastern Michigan (8-53-1); at UNLV ( ); Stanford ( ); #3 Penn State ( ); at #2 Ohio State ( ); #14 Northwestern ( ); at Michigan State ( ); Purdue ( ); Minnesota ( ); at Iowa ( ); at Illinois ( ); at Hawaii ( ); Utah ( ) Ron Dayne (1,457 yards), 1997 #17 Syracuse ( ); Boise State (DNP); at San Jose State ( ); San Diego State ( ); Indiana ( ); at Northwestern ( ); Illinois ( ); at Purdue ( ); at Minnesota ( ); #12 Iowa (7-24-0); #1 Michigan (DNP); at #6 Penn State ( ); #11 Georgia ( ) Ron Dayne (1,525 yards), 1998 at San Diego State (DNP); Ohio ( ); UNLV ( ); Northwestern ( ); at Indiana ( ); Purdue ( ); at Illinois ( ); at Iowa ( ); Minnesota ( ); #15 Michigan ( ); #14 Penn State ( ); #6 UCLA ( ) Ron Dayne (2,034 yards), 1999 Murray State ( ); Ball St. ( ); at Cincinnati ( ); #4 Michigan ( ); at #12 Ohio State ( ); at #25 Minnesota ( ); Indiana ( ); #11 Michigan State ( ); at Northwestern ( ); at #17 Purdue ( ); Iowa ( ); #22 Stanford ( ) Michael Bennett (1,681 yards), 2000 Western Michigan ( ); Oregon ( ); Cincinnati (DNP); Northwestern ( ); at #9 Michigan ( ); #8 Ohio State ( ); at Michigan State ( ); #17 Purdue ( ); at Iowa ( ); Minnesota (DNP); at Indiana ( ); at Hawaii ( ); UCLA ( ) Anthony Davis (1,466 yards), 2001 Virginia ( ); at #7 Oregon ( ); #19 Fresno State ( ); at Penn State ( ); Western Kentucky ( ); Indiana (DNP); at #21 Ohio State ( ); at Illinois ( ); Michigan State ( ); Iowa ( ); #11 Michigan ( ); at Minnesota ( ) Anthony Davis (1,555 yards), 2002 Fresno State ( ); at UNLV ( ); West Virginia ( ); Northern Illinois ( ); Arizona ( ); #20 Penn State ( ); at Indiana ( ); #4 Ohio State ( ); at Michigan State ( ); at #9 Iowa ( ); Illinois (DNP); at #12 Michigan ( ); Minnesota ( ); #14 Colorado ( ) Brian Calhoun (1,636 yards), 2005 Bowling Green ( ); Temple ( ); at North Carolina ( ); #14 Michigan ( ); Indiana ( ); at Northwestern ( ); at #22 Minnesota ( ); Purdue ( ); at Illinois ( ); at #10 Penn State ( ); Iowa ( ); at Hawaii ( ); vs. #7 Auburn ( ) P.J. Hill (1,569 yards), 2006 Bowling Green ( ); Western Illinois ( ); San Diego State ( ); at #6 Michigan ( ); at Indiana ( ); Northwestern ( ); Minnesota ( ); at Purdue ( ); Illinois ( ); Penn State ( ); at Iowa ( ); Buffalo ( ); #12 Arkansas ( ) P.J. Hill (1,236 yards), 2007 Washington State ( ); UNLV (30-147); The Citadel ( ); Iowa ( ); Michigan State ( ); Illinois ( ); Penn St. ( ); Northern Illinois ( ); Indiana ( ); Michigan (5-14); Tennessee (16-132) P.J. Hill (1,161 yards), 2008 Akron ( ); Marshall ( ); Fresno State (26-112); Michigan (22-70); Ohio State ( ); Penn State (15-58); Iowa (8-34); Illinois (3-9); Michigan State ( ); Indiana ( ); Minnesota ( ); Cal-Poly ( ); Florida State (15-140) John Clay (1,517 yards), 2009 NIU ( ); Fresno State ( ); Wofford (12-70); Michigan State ( ); Minnesota ( ); Ohio State (20-59); Iowa (21-75); Purdue ( ); Indiana ( ); Michigan ( ); Northwestern ( ); Hawaii ( ); Miami ( )

110 James White (1,052 yards), 2010 UNLV (11-59); San Jose State (6-25); Arizona State (6-40); Austin Peay ( ); Michigan State ( ); Minnesota ( ); Ohio State ( ); Iowa (6-10); Indiana ( ); Michigan ( ); Northwestern ( ); TCU (8-23) John Clay (1,012 yards), 2010 UNLV ( ); San Jose State ( ); Arizona State ( ); Austin Peay ( ); Michigan State (17-80); Minnesota ( ); Ohio State ( ); Iowa ( ); Purdue (12-42); Northwestern (4-7); TCU ( ) Montee Ball (1,923 yards), 2011 UNLV ( ); Oregon State ( ); Northern Illinois ( ); South Dakota ( ); Nebraska ( ); Indiana ( ); Michigan State ( ); Ohio State ( ); Purdue ( ); Minnesota ( ); Illinois ( ); Penn State (25-156, 4); Michigan State ( ); Oregon ( ) Montee Ball (1,830 yards), 2012 UNI ( ); at Oregon State ( ), Utah State ( ); UTEP (9-40-1); at #22 Nebraska ( ); Illinois ( ); at Purdue ( ); Minnesota ( ); Michigan State ( ); at Indiana ( ); Ohio State ( ); at Penn State ( ); vs. #12 Nebraska ( ); vs #6 Stanford ( ) Melvin Gordon (1,609 yards), 2013 UMass ( ); Tennessee Tech ( ); at Arizona State ( ); Purdue ( ); at #4 Ohio State ( ); #19 Northwestern ( ); at Illinois ( ); at Iowa ( ); BYU ( ); Indiana ( ); at Minnesota ( ); Penn State ( ); vs. #8 South Carolina ( ) James White (1,444 yards), 2013 UMass ( ); Tennessee Tech ( ); at Arizona State ( ); Purdue ( ); at #4 Ohio State (8-31-1); #19 Northwestern ( ); at Illinois ( ); at Iowa ( ); BYU ( ); Indiana ( ); at Minnesota ( ); Penn State ( ); vs. #8 South Carolina ( ) Melvin Gordon (2,587 yards), 2014 vs. #13 LSU ( ); Western Illinois ( ); Bowling Green ( ); South Florida ( ); at Northwestern ( ); Illinois ( ); Maryland ( ); at Rutgers ( ); at Purdue ( ); #11 Nebraska ( ); at Iowa ( ); #22 Minnesota ( ); vs. #6 Ohio State ( ): vs. #19 Auburn ( ) Corey Clement (1,375 yards), 2016 \vs. #5 LSU ( ); Akron ( ); at #8 Michigan State ( ); at #4 Michigan ( ); #2 Ohio State ( ); at Iowa ( ); #7 Nebraska ( ); at Northwestern ( ); Illinois ( ); at Purdue ( ); Minnesota ( ); vs. #8 Penn State ( ); vs. #12 Western Michigan ( ) Yard Rushing Performances 300 or more yards 408 Melvin Gordon Nebraska 11/15/ Ron Dayne Hawaii 11/30/ Billy Marek Minnesota 11/23/ Anthony Davis Minnesota 11/23/ yards 297 Ron Dayne Minnesota 11/9/ Michael Bennett Northwestern 9/23/ Michael Bennett Oregon 9/9/ Ron Dayne Illinois 11/23/ Melvin Gordon Northwestern 10/4/ Brian Calhoun Bowling Green 9/3/ Ron Dayne San Jose State 9/13/ Melvin Gordon Bowling Green 9/20/ Melvin Gordon Auburn 1/1/ Zach Brown Minnesota 11/17/ P.J. Hill Northwestern 10/7/ Anthony Davis Akron 9/6/ Montee Ball Purdue 10/13/ Ron Dayne Utah 12/27/ Ron Dayne UCLA 1/1/ Ron Dayne Purdue 11/2/ Terrell Fletcher Duke 1/2/ Ron Dayne Cincinnati 9/18/ Billy Marek Northwestern 11/16/ Billy Marek Wyoming 10/6/ Marck Harrison Purdue 11/10/ Montee Ball Illinois 11/19/ Montee Ball Purdue 11/5/ Ron Dayne Purdue 11/6/ Alan Thompson Oklahoma 9/20/ Michael Bennett Hawaii 11/25/ Ron Dayne Iowa 11/13/ Melvin Gordon Nebraska 12/1/ Ron Dayne Michigan State 10/23/ Anthony Davis Illinois 10/2/ Brian Calhoun Auburn 1/2/ Rufus Ferguson Minnesota 11/20/ P.J. Hill Akron 8/30/ Anthony Davis Minnesota 11/24/ Ron Dayne Illinois 10/11/ Dwayne Smith Michigan State 11/15/ Billy Marek Iowa 11/9/ James White Indiana 11/16/ Melvin Gordon Purdue 11/8/ Carl McCullough Stanford 9/16/ Billy Marek Iowa 11/10/ Marck Harrison Ohio State 10/27/ Ron Dayne Indiana 9/27/ Montee Ball Nebraska 12/1/ Alan Ameche Minnesota 11/24/ Ron Dayne Stanford 1/1/ Anthony Davis Penn State 9/22/ Melvin Gordon Iowa 11/22/ yards 198 Billy Marek Northwestern 10/25/ Brent Moss Indiana 9/25/ Montee Ball Indiana 11/10/ Rufus Ferguson Northwestern 10/7/ Brian Calhoun Illinois 10/29/ Dwayne Smith Illinois 9/27/ Melvin Gordon Arizona State 9/14/ Terrell Fletcher Illinois 11/19/ Montee Ball Ohio State 11/17/ Ron Dayne Illinois 10/17/ Billy Marek Illinois 10/30/1975

111 188 Larry Emery Indiana 11/2/ Michael Bennett Purdue 10/21/ Terrell Fletcher Northwestern 10/8/ Larry Emery Michigan 9/22/ Ken Starch Wyoming 10/6/ Anthony Davis Fresno State 8/23/ P.J. Hill San Diego State 9/16/ P.J. Hill Northern Illinois 10/20/ John Clay Minnesota 10/3/ Ron Dayne Minnesota 10/25/ Billy Marek Indiana 11/15/ Brent Moss SMU 9/11/ James White Michigan 11/20/ Melvin Gordon South Florida 9/27/ Montee Ball Northwestern 11/27/ James White Minnesota 10/20/ Melvin Gordon Illinois 10/11/ Larry Emery Northwestern 9/29/ Brent Moss Michigan State 10/1/ Montee Ball Michigan 11/20/ John Clay Hawaii 12/5/ Melvin Gordon Northwestern 10/12/ Brian Calhoun North Carolina 9/18/ Carl McCullough Boise State 9/6/ Anthony Davis Michigan State 10/26/ Ron Dayne Northwestern 9/26/ Anthony Davis Ohio State 10/9/ P.J. Hill The Citadel 9/15/ David Gilreath Indiana 11/8/ Ron Dayne Indiana 10/16/ Anthony Davis West Virginia 8/30/ Montee Ball Indiana 11/13/ Troy King Northwestern 10/30/ Montee Ball Minnesota 11/12/ Montee Ball Minnesota 10/20/ Robert Teague Northwestern 11/5/ Terrell Fletcher Cincinnati 11/12/ Gary Ellerson Northern Illinois 9/10/ Ron Dayne Iowa 10/24/ P.J. Hill Minnesota 10/14/ Montee Ball Oregon 1/2/ Corey Clement Illinois 10/11/ Corey Clement Ohio State 10/15/ Corey Clement Penn State 12/3/ Alan Ameche Indiana 11/15/ Ron Dayne Northwestern 10/30/ Ron Dayne Ohio State 10/2/ P.J. Hill Purdue 10/21/ James White Indiana 11/10/ Danny Lewis Marquette 9/29/ Ronald Smith Minnesota 11/21/ Brent Moss Iowa 10/10/ Brent Moss UCLA 1/1/ Ron Dayne Ball State 9/11/ Tanner McEvoy Bowling Green 9/20/ Alan Ameche Northwestern 11/8/ John Smith Iowa 10/21/ Montee Ball Penn State 11/29/ Earl Maves Marquette 9/21/ Brian Calhoun Michigan 9/24/ P.J. Hill Michigan State 9/29/ Dare Ogunbowale Minnesota 11/28/ Anthony Davis Michigan 11/16/ Rufus Ferguson Syracuse 9/23/ Larry Canada Minnesota 11/20/ Rufus Ferguson Indiana 10/9/ Billy Marek Purdue 10/11/ Carl McCullough Colorado 9/2/ John Clay Michigan 11/14/ Montee Ball Nebraska 10/1/ WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 151 Melvin Gordon Minnesota 11/29/ yards 149 Rufus Ferguson Syracuse 9/18/ Ken Starch Colorado 9/28/ Brian Calhoun Hawaii 11/25/ Corey Clement Tennessee Tech 9/7/ Alan Ameche Purdue 10/20/ Terrell Fletcher Bowling Green 9/19/ P.J. Hill Penn State 11/4/ Brent Moss Michigan State 12/4/ Anthony Davis Virginia 8/25/ P.J. Hill UNLV 9/8/ Melvin Gordon Purdue 9/21/ James White BYU 11/9/ Taiwan Deal Hawai i 9/26/ Billy Marek Indiana 10/27/ Terrell Fletcher Indiana 9/24/ Melvin Gordon Indiana 11/16/ Alan Ameche Illinois 11/14/ Billy Marek Nebraska 9/29/ Brent Moss Northwestern 10/8/ Ron Dayne San Diego State 9/20/ James White Austin Peay 9/25/ James White Purdue 9/21/ Robert Teague Indiana 10/29/ Anthony Davis Ohio State 10/19/ James White Indiana 11/13/ Melvin Gordon UMass 8/31/ John Clay Fresno State 9/12/ James White UMass 8/31/ Melvin Gordon South Carolina 1/1/ John Clay Michigan State 9/26/ Montee Ball Indiana 10/15/ Melvin Gordon Illinois 10/19/ Charles Thomas Marquette 9/24/ Terrell Fletcher Purdue 10/15/ Ron Dayne Purdue 10/18/ Steve Vinci Utah 9/19/ P.J. Hill Florida State 12/27/ Melvin Gordon Tenn. Tech 9/7/ Melvin Gordon LSU 8/30/ Dave Mohapp Iowa 10/27/ Brent Moss Purdue 10/16/ Terrell Fletcher Illinois 11/11/ Ron Dayne Northwestern 10/19/ Montee Ball Utah State 9/15/ Clarence Self Iowa 11/8/ Dave Mohapp Michigan State 10/18/ Marvin Artley Utah 9/19/ Brent Moss Minnesota 11/14/ Anthony Davis Fresno State 9/8/ John Clay San Jose State 9/11/ Montee Ball Michigan State 12/3/ Rufus Ferguson Ohio State 10/23/ Gary Ellerson Indiana 10/22/ Larry Emery Wyoming 9/28/ Marvin Artley Northern Illinois 9/17/ Michael Morgan Indiana 10/26/ Aaron Stecker UNLV 9/14/ Ron Dayne Murray State 9/4/ Booker Stanley Arizona 9/18/ Danny Lewis Purdue 10/12/ Ira Matthews Minnesota 11/25/ Sean Wilson California 9/23/ John Clay Indiana 11/7/ James White Northwestern 11/27/ Corey Clement Iowa 10/22/ Alan Ameche USC 1/1/ Ron Dayne Minnesota 11/7/

112 132 John Smith Minnesota 11/23/ John Williams Michigan State 10/17/ Troy King Minnesota 11/20/ Larry Emery Northwestern 10/18/ Carl McCullough Illinois 11/25/ Anthony Davis Iowa 11/3/ P.J. Hill Tennessee 1/1/ Montee Ball TCU 1/1/ James White Iowa 11/2/ Billy Marek Minnesota 11/17/ Corey Clement Rutgers 11/1/ Brent Moss Minnesota 10/23/ Carl McCullough SMU 9/23/ Ron Dayne Indiana 10/3/ Anthony Davis Oregon 9/1/ P.J. Hill Bowling Green 9/2/ Joe Dawkins Indiana 10/25/ Robert Williams Minnesota 11/4/ Brent Moss Ohio State 11/6/ Brent Moss Eastern Michigan 9/10/ Ron Dayne Penn State 9/28/ P.J. Hill Indiana 10/1/ Chucky Davis Michigan State 10/16/ Brent Moss Michigan 10/30/ Michael Bennett Western Michigan 8/31/ Anthony Davis Michigan State 11/13/ Melvin Gordon Rutgers 11/1/ Clarence Self Purdue 9/27/ Alan Ameche Michigan State 10/2/ Troy King Iowa 11/13/ Larry Emery Indiana 10/22/ Ron Dayne Purdue 10/10/ Brooks Bollinger Minnesota 11/4/ Montee Ball Purdue 11/6/ Alan Ameche Iowa 11/17/ Rufus Ferguson Iowa 10/30/ Ron Dayne Penn State 11/22/ P.J. Hill Indiana 11/8/ Alan Ameche Minnesota 11/22/ Ira Matthews Northwestern 9/23/ Brent Moss Northwestern 10/9/ Booker Stanley Ohio State 10/11/ James White Minnesota 11/23/ Alan Ameche Northwestern 10/27/ Alan Thompson Iowa 10/30/ Larry Emery Minnesota 11/9/ Terrell Fletcher Northern Illinois 9/26/ Terrell Fletcher Iowa State 9/18/ Brent Moss Illinois 11/11/ Eddie Faulkner Cincinnati 9/16/ Anthony Davis Minnesota 11/6/ James White Purdue 10/13/ Billy Marek Missouri 10/5/ Tom Stauss Northwestern 9/23/ Michael Bennett Michigan 9/30/ Matt Bernstein Penn State 9/25/ John Clay Purdue 10/31/ John Clay UNLV 9/4/ John Clay Arizona State 9/18/ Corey Clement Illinois 11/12/ Lisle Blackbourne California 10/8/ Larry Emery Northern Illinois 9/14/ Larry Emery Illinois 10/25/ Dwayne Smith Illinois 11/9/ Brian Calhoun Northwestern 10/8/ Melvin Gordon Maryland 10/25/ John Clay Miami 12/29/ Joe Armentrout Northern Illinois 9/14/ Larry Emery Ohio State 11/15/ Marvin Artley Hawaii 9/12/ Montee Ball Northern Iowa 9/1/ Dare Ogunbowale Nebraska 10/29/ Rollie Strehlow Marquette 9/30/ Billy Marek Northwestern 11/17/ Eddie Faulkner Iowa 11/8/ Booker Stanley North Carolina 9/20/ Booker Stanley Penn State 10/4/ Dwayne Smith Iowa 11/22/ Billy Marek Minnesota 11/22/ Brent Moss Colorado 9/17/ John Clay Austin Peay 9/25/ James White Minnesota 10/9/ Montee Ball Oregon State 9/10/ Bill Hutchinson Iowa 10/18/ Alan Ameche Iowa 10/30/ Billy Marek Missouri 9/27// Larry Emery UNLV 9/20/ Anthony Davis Northwestern 10/23/ P.J. Hill Minnesota 11/15/ Dare Ogunbowale Nebraska 10/10/ Alan Ameche Illinois 10/4/ Alan Ameche Rice 11/1/ Leon Hunt Northwestern 10/21/ Anthony Davis Illinois 10/20/ Montee Ball Illinois 10/7/ Alan Ameche Penn State 9/26/ Tony Davis Iowa 11/4/ Montee Ball Indiana 11/7/ Montee Ball Michigan State 10/22/ Corey Clement Rutgers 10/31/ Larry Canada Washington State 9/25/ Marvin Artley Minnesota 11/14/ Robert Williams Ball State 9/15/ Aaron Stecker Minnesota 11/11/ Eddie Faulkner San Jose State 9/13/ Michael Bennett Indiana 10/16/ Clarence Bratt Purdue 10/17/ Danny Lewis Illinois 11/16/ Tom Stauss Minnesota 11/25/ Joe Armentrout Wyoming 9/28/ Carlos Daniels San Diego State 9/5/ Brooks Bollinger Iowa 11/13/ P.J. Hill Iowa 9/22/ Alan Ameche Marquette 10/3/ Alan Thompson Minnesota 11/22/ Rufus Ferguson Minnesota 11/25/ Selvie Washington Colorado 9/22/ Jim Henderson Northwestern 10/21/ Terrell Fletcher Northwestern 11/23/ Terrell Fletcher Michigan State 12/4/ Aaron Stecker SMU 9/23/ Michael Bennett Indiana 11/11/ Brooks Bollinger Penn State 9/22/ Brooks Bollinger Minnesota 11/23/ P.J. Hill Fresno State 9/13/ John Clay Indiana 11/8/ Melvin Gordon UTEP 9/22/ Dare Ogunbowale Miami (Ohio) 9/12/ Corey Clement Northwestern 11/5/ Corey Clement Purdue 11/19/ Robert Williams Iowa 10/13/ Ron Dayne Ohio 9/12/ John Clay Michigan State 11/1/ John Clay Minnesota 10/9/ Montee Ball Penn State 11/24/ Corey Clement Bowling Green 9/20/ Corey Clement Akron 9/10/ Larry Emery UNLV 9/21/ Brent Moss Indiana 9/24/ Anthony Davis Arizona 9/21/2002

113 110 Dwayne Smith Michigan State 10/26/ Brian Calhoun Minnesota 10/15/ Clarence Self California 10/11/ Lisle Blackbourne Indiana 10/29/ Alan Thompson LSU 9/25/ Lionell Crawford Minnesota 11/12/ James White Nebraska 12/1/ James White Tenn. Tech 9/7/ Rufus Ferguson Illinois 11/13/ Marvin Artley Northwestern 10/24/ Lionell Crawford Ohio State 11/18/ Ron Dayne UNLV 9/19/ Anthony Davis Indiana 10/12/ Zach Brown Michigan 11/10/ Corey Clement Indiana 11/16/ Alan Ameche Marquette 9/25/ Rufus Ferguson Northwestern 10/2/ Billy Marek Michigan State 11/2/ Marvin Artley Ohio State 11/7/ Carl McCullough Eastern Michigan 9/7/ John Clay Cal Poly 11/22/ James White South Carolina 1/1/ Wally Dreyer Marquette 11/13/ Larry Emery Minnesota 11/8/ Terrell Fletcher Northwestern 10/9/ Brent Moss Michigan 10/29/ Michael Bennett Ohio State 10/7/ P.J. Hill Michigan State 11/1/ Harland Carl Marquette 9/29/ Alan Ameche Ohio State 10/11/ Marck Harrison Michigan State 11/17/ Joe Armentrout Kentucky 12/29/ Corey Clement Auburn 1/1/ Alan Thompson Iowa 10/11/ Ken Starch Purdue 9/15/ Troy King Indiana 11/6/ Larry Emery Iowa 10/12/ Brent Moss Iowa State 9/18/ John Clay Ohio State 10/16/ Harland Carl Illinois 10/4/ Harland Carl Illinois 11/14/ Danny Lewis Ohio State 10/26/ Ralph Kurek Iowa 10/17/ Rufus Ferguson Michigan State 10/16/ Chucky Davis Purdue 10/3/ Anthony Davis Ohio State 10/13/ Anthony Davis Michigan 11/17/ Dare Ogunbowale Illinois 11/12/ Harland Carl Minnesota 11/22/ Richard Schmitsch Pittsburgh 10/14/ Carl McCullough Ohio State 10/14/ Carl McCullough Michigan 11/15/ Corey Clement UMass 8/31/ Ben Bendrick Northwestern 11/6/ John Williams UCLA 9/27/ Larry Emery Illinois 10/26/ Jason Burns Purdue 10/15/ Terrell Fletcher Minnesota 10/22/ Anthony Davis Michigan State 10/27/ Brian Calhoun Indiana 10/1/ P.J. Hill Western Illinois 10/28/ James White Northwestern 10/12/ Dale Hackbart Michigan State 11/1/ Louis Holland Western Michigan 9/21/ Alan Thompson Indiana 10/25/ Michael Morgan Northwestern 11/16/ Terrell Fletcher Eastern Michigan 9/10/ John Clay Northwestern 11/21/ Montee Ball Stanford 1/1/ Corey Clement Minnesota 11/26/2016 Career 100-Yard Rushing 1. Ron Dayne, (14 were 200+) 2. Montee Ball, (4) 3. Anthony Davis, (5) 4. Melvin Gordon, (7) 5. P.J. Hill, (2) 6. Brent Moss, (0) 7. John Clay, (0) James White, (1) 9. Billy Marek, (5) Alan Ameche, (1) Corey Clement, (0) 12. Larry Emery, (0) Terrell Fletcher, (1) Season 100-Yard Rushing 1. Melvin Gordon, Brent Moss, Ron Dayne, Anthony Davis, Montee Ball, Montee Ball, Ron Dayne, Brian Calhoun, John Clay, James White, Michael Bennett, P.J. Hill, Melvin Gordon, Corey Clement, Alan Ameche, Rufus Ferguson, Larry Emery, Terrell Fletcher, Brent Moss, Ron Dayne, Ron Dayne, Anthony Davis,

114 200-Yard Duos vs. Nebraska, 12/1/ : Melvin Gordon (RB) 202: Montee Ball (RB) 100-Yard Trios Bowling Green, 9/20/ : Melvin Gordon (RB) 158: Tanner McEvoy (QB) 111: Corey Clement (RB) Indiana, 11/16/ : James White (RB) 146: Melvin Gordon (RB) 108: Corey Clement (RB) Purdue, 9/21/ : Melvin Gordon 145: James White Indiana, 11/10/ : Montee Ball 161: James White Minnesota, 10/20/ : James White 166: Montee Ball Purdue, 10/13/ : Montee Ball 124: James White Northwestern, 11/27/ : Montee Ball 134: James White San Jose State, 9/13/ : Ron Dayne 114: Eddie Faulkner SMU, 9/23/ : Aaron Stecker 130: Carl McCullough Purdue, 10/15/ : Terrell Fletcher 101: Jason Burns Northwestern, 10/8/ : Terrell Fletcher 145: Brent Moss Indiana, 9/24/ : Terrell Fletcher 110: Brent Moss Northwestern, 9/23/ : Ira Matthews 123: Tom Stauss Northwestern, 11/16/ : Billy Marek 100: Michael Morgan Wyoming, 10/6/ : Billy Marek 184: Ken Starch Iowa, 10/30/ : Rufus Ferguson 124: Alan Thompso Indiana, 10/25/ : Joe Dawkins 100: Alan Thompson Tennessee Tech, 9/7/ : Corey Clement (RB) 140: Melvin Gordon (RB) 109: James White (RB) UMass, 8/31/ : Melvin Gordon (RB) 143: James White (RB) 101: Corey Clement (RB) vs. Nebraska, 12/1/ : Melvin Gordon (RB) 202: Montee Ball (RB) 109: James White (RB) Michigan, 11/20/ : James White 173: Montee Ball Indiana, 11/13/ : Montee Ball 144: James White Minnesota, 10/9/ : James White 111: John Clay Austin Peay, 9/25/ : James White 118: John Clay Eastern Mich., 9/10/ : Brent Moss 100: Terrell Fletcher Michigan State, 12/4/ : Brent Moss 112: Terrell Fletcher Illinois, 11/11/ : Terrell Fletcher 124: Brent Moss Northwestern, 10/9/ : Brent Moss 106: Terrell Fletcher Illinois, 11/14/ : Alan Ameche 103: Harland Carl Minnesota, 11/22/ : Harland Carl 125: Alan Almeche llinois, 10/4/ : Alan Ameche 113: Harland Carl Indiana, 10/29/ : Robert Teague 109: Lisle Blackbourne at Indiana, 11/8/ : David Gilreath (WR) 126: P.J. Hill (RB) 112: John Clay (RB) 100-Yard Duos Indiana, 11/7/ : John Clay 115: Montee Ball Michigan State, 11/1/ : John Clay 106: P.J. Hill Iowa State, 9/18/ : Terrell Fletcher 104: Brent Moss Northwestern, 10/21/ : Leon Hunt 112: Jim Henderson Illinois, 11/12/ : Corey Clement 103: Dare Ogunbowale Minnesota, 11/23/ : Anthony Davis 112: Brooks Bollinger Utah, 9/19/ : Steve Vinci 138: Marvin Artley Auburn, 1/1/ : Melvin Gordon 105: Corey Clement Rutgers, 11/1/ : Corey Clement 128: Melvin Gordon Illinois, 10/11/ : Melvin Gordon 164: Corey Clement South Carolina, 1/1/ : Melvin Gordon 107: James White Northwestern, 10/12/ : Melvin Gordon 101: James White Michigan State, 10/26/ : Anthony Davis 110: Dwayne Smith Penn State, 9/22/ : Anthony Davis 112: Brooks Bollinger Iowa, 11/13/ : Ron Dayne 113: Brooks Bollinger Indiana, 10/16/ : Ron Dayne 114: Michael Bennett Wyoming, 9/28/ : Larry Emery 113: Joe Armentrout Northern Illinois, 9/14/ : Larry Emery 120: Joe Armentrout Indiana, 11/6/ : Larry Emery 104: Troy King Minnesota, 11/25/ : Ira Matthews 113: Tom Stauss 112

115 Passing Records Top 10 Career Leaders 1. Darrell Bevell Year PC-PA Pct. Yards TD , , , , Total , Joel Stave Year PC-PA Pct. Yards TD , , , , Total , John Stocco Year PC-PA Pct. Yards TD , , , Total , Brooks Bollinger Year PC-PA Pct. Yards TD , , , , Total , Scott Tolzien Year PC-PA Pct. Yards TD , , Total , Randy Wright Year PC-PA Pct. Yards TD , , Total , Mike Samuel Year PC-PA Pct. Yards TD , , ,175 6 Total , WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 8. Jim Sorgi Year PC-PA Pct. Yards TD , , Total , Tony Lowery Year PC-PA Pct. Yards TD , Total , Neil Graff Year PC-PA Pct. Yards TD , , ,300 5 Total , Career Records Passing Yards 1. Darrell Bevell, , Joel Stave, , John Stocco, , Brooks Bollinger, , Scott Tolzien, , Randy Wright, , Mike Samuel, , Jim Sorgi, , Tony Lowery, , , Neil Graff, , Mike Howard, , Tyler Donovan, , Russell Wilson, , Jim Haluska, 1952, , Ron Miller, , Mike Kalasmiki, , Gregg Bohlig, , Mike Carroll, , Hal Brandt, , Bud Keyes, ,181 Career Pass Attempts 1. Darrell Bevell, , Joel Stave, , John Stocco, Brooks Bollinger, Randy Wright, Mike Samuel, Tony Lowery, , Scott Tolzien, Neil Graff, Mike Howard,

116 Pass Completions 1. Darrell Bevell, Joel Stave, John Stocco, Brooks Bollinger, Scott Tolzien, Mike Samuel, Randy Wright, Tony Lowery, , Mike Howard, Jim Sorgi, Completion Percentage (Minimum 300 attempts) 1. Russell Wilson, Scott Tolzien, Darrell Bevell, Joel Stave, Tyler Donovan, John Stocco, Mike Howard, Jim Sorgi, Mike Samuel, Tony Lowery, , Passing Touchdowns 1. Darrell Bevell, Joel Stave, John Stocco, Randy Wright, Brooks Bollinger, Jim Sorgi, Russell Wilson, Scott Tolzien, Mike Samuel, Neil Graff, Tyler Donovan, Pass Efficiency (Minimum 300 attempts) 1. Russell Wilson, Scott Tolzien, Jim Sorgi, John Stocco, Darrell Bevell, Joel Stave, Brooks Bollinger, Randy Wright, Mike Samuel, Ron Miller, Season Records Passing Yards 1. Russell Wilson, , John Stocco, , Scott Tolzien, , Joel Stave, , Tyler Donovan, , Joel Stave, , Scott Tolzien, , Darrell Bevell, , Randy Wright, , Randy Wright, , Darrell Bevell, , Jim Sorgi, , John Stocco, , Mike Howard, , John Stocco, , Mike Samuel, , Brooks Bollinger, , Tony Lowery, , Mike Samuel, , Mike Carroll, ,627 Pass Attempts (All 300) 1. Joel Stave, Joel Stave, Tyler Donovan, Randy Wright, John Stocco, Scott Tolzien, Randy Wright, John Stocco, Mike Howard, Russell Wilson, Darrell Bevell, Pass Completions 1. Russell Wilson, Joel Stave, Scott Tolzien, Joel Stave, John Stocco, Darrell Bevell, Scott Tolzien, Tyler Donovan, Darrell Bevell, Mike Howard, Completion Percentage (Minimum 100 attempts) 1. Scott Tolzien, Russell Wilson, Darrell Bevell, Bart Houston, Darrell Bevell, Scott Tolzien, Joel Stave, Joel Stave, John Coatta, Darrell Bevell, Passing Touchdowns 1. Russell Wilson, Joel Stave, John Stocco, Randy Wright, Darrell Bevell, John Stocco, Darrell Bevell, Jim Sorgi, Tyler Donovan, Scott Tolzien, Scott Tolzien, Pass Efficiency (Minimum 200 attempts) 1. Russell Wilson, Scott Tolzien, Darrell Bevell, John Stocco, Jim Sorgi, John Stocco, Scott Tolzien, Joel Stave, Darrell Bevell, Brooks Bollinger,

117 Game Records Game Passing Yards (All 300-Yard Games) 1. Darrell Bevell vs. Minnesota, 10/23/ Ron Vander Kelen vs. USC, 1/1/ Tyler Donovan vs. Illinois, 10/6/ Jim Sorgi vs. Michigan State, 11/15/ Tony Lowery vs. Northwestern, 10/20/ Darrell Bevell vs. Iowa, 11/18/ Russell Wilson vs. N. Illinois, 9/17/ Russell Wilson vs. South Dakota, 9/24/ Joel Stave vs. Penn State, 11/30/ John Stocco vs. Northwestern, 10/8/ Randy Wright vs. Iowa, 11/5/ Joel Stave at Nebraska, 10/10/ Joel Stave vs. Purdue, 10/17/ Randy Wright vs. Ohio State, 10/29/ Randy Wright vs. Purdue, 11/12/ John Stocco vs. Penn State, 11/5/ Tyler Donovan vs. Buffalo, 11/18/ Allan Evridge vs. Marshall, 9/6/ Jim Sorgi vs. Minnesota, 11/8/ John Stocco vs. Indiana, 9/30/ Randy Wright vs. Purdue, 10/2/ Darrell Bevell vs. Minnesota, 11/11/ John Stocco vs. Auburn, 1/2/ Pass Attempts 1. Randy Wright vs. Iowa, 11/5/ Joel Stave vs. Penn State, 11/30/ Darrell Bevell vs. Iowa, 11/18/ Joel Stave at Nebraska, 10/17/ Tyler Donovan vs. Illinois, 10/6/ Pass Completions 1. Darrell Bevell vs. Iowa, 11/18/ Ron Vander Kelen vs. USC, 1/1/ Darrell Bevell vs. Minnesota, 10/23/ Joel Stave vs. Purdue, 10/17/ Joel Stave vs. Penn State, 11/30/ Completion Percentage (Minimum 10 attempts) 1. Darrell Bevell vs. N western, 10/9/ (17-18) 2. Russell Wilson at Minn., 11/12/ (16-17) 3. Scott Tolzien at Michigan, 11/20/ (14-15) 4. Mike Samuel vs. San Diego St., 9/20/ (12-13) 5. Bart Houston vs. W. Michigan, 1/3/ (11-12) 6. Darrell Bevell vs. SMU, 9/23/ (18-20) Brooks Bollinger vs. Indiana, 10/16/ (9-10) 8. John Stocco vs. Indiana, 9/30/ (15-17) Scott Tolzien vs. Austin Peay, 9/25/ (15-17) Passing Touchdowns 1. Darrell Bevell vs. Nevada, 9/4/ Jim Sorgi vs. Michigan State, 11/15/ Neil Graff vs. Indiana, 10/25/ Randy Wright vs. Indiana, 10/22/ Mike Howard vs. Northern Illinois, 9/13/ Darrell Bevell vs. Purdue, 10/16/ Jim Sorgi vs. Minnesota, 11/8/ John Stocco vs. Northwestern, 10/8/ John Stocco vs. Minnesota, 10/14/ Scott Tolzien vs. Michigan State, 9/26/ Scott Tolzien vs. Michigan, 11/14/ Scott Tolzien vs. Northwestern, 11/27/ Russell Wilson at Minnesota, 11/12/ Pass Efficiency (Minimum 15 attempts) 1. John Stocco vs. Indiana, 9/30/ Jim Sorgi vs. Michigan State, 11/15/ Neil Graff vs. Penn State, 10/3/ Russell Wilson at Minnesota, 11/12/ Gregg Bohlig vs. Northwestern, 11/17/ Scott Tolzien vs. Austin Peay, 9/25/ Scott Tolzien vs. Northwestern, 11/27/ Passing Yardage Records By Class Season Seniors 1. Russell Wilson, , Joel Stave, , Tyler Donovan, , Scott Tolzien, , Randy Wright, ,329 Juniors 1. John Stocco, , Scott Tolzien, , Randy Wright, , Mike Samuel, , Tony Lowery, ,757 Sophomores 1. Joel Stave, , Darrell Bevell, , Mike Howard, , John Stocco, , Mike Samuel, ,752 Freshmen 1. Darrell Bevell, , Alex Hornibrook, , Brooks Bollinger, , Joel Stave, , Sean Wilson, Game Seniors 1. Ron Vander Kelen vs. USC, 1/ Tyler Donovan vs. Illinois, 10/6/ Jim Sorgi vs. Michigan State, 11/15/ Darrell Bevell vs. Iowa, 11/18/ Russell Wilson vs. Northern Ill., 9/17/ Juniors 1. Tony Lowery vs. N western, 10/20/ John Stocco vs. Northwestern, 10/8/ John Stocco vs. Penn State, 11/5/ Tyler Donovan vs. Buffalo, 11/18/ Randy Wright vs. Purdue, 10/2/ Sophomores 1. Darrell Bevell vs. Minnesota,10/23/ Joel Stave vs. Penn State, 11/30/ John Stocco vs. Minnesota, 11/6/ Joel Stave vs. Ohio State, 9/28/ Brooks Bollinger vs. Iowa, 10/28/ Freshmen 1. Darrell Bevell vs. N western, 11/21/ Joel Stave vs. Illinois, 10/6/ Jim Sorgi vs. Purdue, 10/21/ Darrell Bevell vs. Ohio State, 10/3/ Joel Stave at Nebraska, 9/29/ Alex Hornibrook vs. Ohio St., 10/16/

118 200-Yard Passing Performances 400 or more yards 423 Darrell Bevell Minnesota 10/23/ Ron Vander Kelen USC 1/1/ yards 392 Tyler Donovan Illinois 10/6/ Jim Sorgi Michigan State 11/15/ Tony Lowery Northwestern 10/20/ Darrell Bevell Iowa 11/18/ Russell Wilson N. Illinois 9/17/ Russell Wilson South Dakota 9/24/ Joel Stave Penn State 11/30/ John Stocco Northwestern 10/8/ Randy Wright Iowa 11/5/ Joel Stave Nebraska 10/10/ Joel Stave Purdue 10/17/ Randy Wright Ohio State 10/29/ Randy Wright Purdue 11/12/ John Stocco Penn State 11/5/ Tyler Donovan Buffalo 11/18/ Allan Evridge Marshall 9/6/ Jim Sorgi Minnesota 11/8/ John Stocco Indiana 9/30/ Randy Wright Purdue 10/2/ Darrell Bevell Minnesota 11/11/ John Stocco Auburn 1/2/ yards 297 Ron Miller Minnesota 11/25/ John Stocco Minnesota 11/6/ Russell Wilson Oregon 1/2/ Joel Stave Ohio State 9/30/ Tony Lowery Temple 9/22/ Brooks Bollinger Iowa 10/28/ John Boyajian Minnesota 11/25/ Mike Howard Purdue 11/10/ Tyler Donovan Washington State 9/1/ Tanner McEvoy Western Illinois 9/6/ Jim Sorgi Akron 9/6/ Randy Wright Iowa 11/13/ Darrell Bevell Northwestern 11/21/ John Stocco Indiana 10/1/ Mike Samuel Northwestern 10/4/ Mike Carroll Michigan 9/11/ Mike Howard Missouri 9/15/ Mike Kalasmiki Northwestern 11/10/ Darrell Bevell Michigan State 10/28/ Darrell Bevell Nevada 9/4/ Brooks Bollinger Iowa 11/3/ Scott Tolzien Miami 12/29/ Randy Wright Michigan State 11/19/ John Stocco Iowa 11/12/ Scott Tolzien Northern Illinois 9/5/ Russell Wilson UNLV 9/1/ Russell Wilson Nebraska 10/1/ Gregg Bohlig Northwestern 11/17/ Scott Tolzien Hawaii 12/5/ Joel Stave Illinois 10/6/ John Boyajian Ohio State 11/11/ Rudy Steiner Ohio State 10/28/ Mike Kalasmiki Minnesota 11/17/ Mike Samuel Purdue 10/18/ Scott Tolzien Ohio State 10/10/ yards 249 Mike Kalasmiki Iowa 11/13/ Darrell Bevell Minnesota 10/22/ Mike Howard Illinois 10/6/ Tyler Donovan Michigan State 9/29/ Randy Wright UCLA 9/18/ Jim Sorgi Fresno State 9/8/ Scott Tolzien Arizona State 9/18/ Tyler Donovan Michigan 11/10/ Dustin Sherer Cal Poly 11/22/ Jim Sorgi Purdue 10/21/ Scott Tolzien Michigan State 9/26/ Gregg Bohlig Nebraska 9/21/ Dustin Sherer Minnesota 11/15/ Joel Stave Northwestern 10/12/ Mike Kalasmiki Michigan State 10/28/ Scott Tolzien Michigan 11/14/ Brooks Bollinger Minnesota 11/24/ Tyler Donovan Ohio State 11/3/ Jim Haluska Marquette 9/27/ Mike Samuel Stanford 9/21/ John Stocco Michigan 9/23/ Joel Stave Miami (Ohio) 9/12/ Darrell Bevell Michigan State 12/4/ John Stocco Minnesota 10/15/ Scott Tolzien Northwestern 11/21/ Harold Brandt Notre Dame 9/26/ Joel Stave Iowa 10/3/ Jim Haluska USC 10/14/ Mike Kalasmiki Oregon 9/30/ Bart Houston Illinois 10/24/ Mike Carroll Kansas 10/2/ Jim Sorgi Oregon 9/1/ Bart Houston Akron 9/10/ Tony Lowery Northern Illinois 9/17/ Scott Tolzien Northwestern 11/27/ Neil Graff Indiana 10/25/ Neil Graff Syracuse 9/18/ Joel Stave Northwestern 11/21/ Tyler Donovan Iowa 11/11/ Joel Stave Alabama 9/5/ John Stocco Western Illinois 9/9/ Allan Evrdige Michigan 9/27/ Bud Keyes Illinois 10/26/ John Stocco Illinois 10/29/ Scott Tolzien Fresno State 9/12/ Ron Miller Marquette 10/1/ Tony Lowery Eastern Michigan 9/28/ Darrell Bevell SMU 9/23/ Scott Tolzien Minnesota 10/9/ Russell Wilson Michigan St. 10/22/ Darrell Bevell Illinois 11/25/ Brooks Bollinger Indiana 10/6/ Jim Sorgi UNLV 9/13/ Neil Graff Penn State 10/3/ John Stocco Northwestern 10/7/ Tyler Donovan Penn State 10/13/ Ron Miller Ohio State 10/28/ Randy Wright Northwestern 10/1/ Danny O Brien Northern Iowa 9/1/ Joel Stave Tenn. Tech 9/7/ Joel Stave Purdue 11/8/ Ron Miller Oregon State 10/14/ Randy Wright Illinois 10/8/ Bud Keyes Iowa 10/11/ Brooks Bollinger West Virginia 9/7/ Brooks Bollinger Penn State 11/5/2002

119 217 John Stocco Purdue 10/22/ John Stocco Illinois 10/28/ Scott Tolzien Austin Peay 9/25/ Joel Stave Rutgers 10/31/ Joel Stave USC 12/30/ Jay Macias Purdue 10/15/ Jim Sorgi West Virginia 8/30/ Joel Stave Minnesota 11/29/ Darrell Bevell Ohio State 10/3/ Joel Stave Nebraska 9/29/ Alex Hornibrook Ohio State 10/15/ Darrell Bevell Illinois 11/19/ Brooks Bollinger Minnesota 10/9/ John Stocco Purdue 10/16/ Joel Stave UTEP 9/22/ Brooks Bollinger Ohio State 10/7/ John Boyajian Ohio State 10/22/ Darrell Bevell Northwestern 10/9/ Jim Sorgi Indiana 11/11/ Brooks Bollinger Northern Illinois 9/14/ Mike Samuel Ohio State 10/12/ John Stocco Arkansas 1/1/ Mike Carroll Purdue 10/9/ Scott Tolzien Iowa 10/23/ Russell Wilson Purdue 11/5/ Bart Houston LSU 9/1/ Darrell Bevell Purdue 10/16/ Brooks Bollinger Minnesota 11/4/ Ron Miller Purdue 10/8/ Mike Howard Kentucky 12/29/ Ron Vander Kelen Iowa 10/20/ Ron Vander Kelen Michigan 11/3/ Sean Wilson Michigan State 11/25/ Mike Samuel Minnesota 10/25/ Brooks Bollinger Ohio State 10/13/ Joel Stave Troy 9/19/ John Stocco Purdue 10/21/ Tyler Donovan The Citadel 9/15/ Scott Tolzien Michigan 11/20/2010 Longest Pass Completions 99 (TD) Jim Sorgi vs. Akron, 9/6/ (TD) Tony Lowery vs. Eastern Michigan, 9/28/ (TD) Randy Wright vs. Kansas State, 12/11/ (TD) Brooks Bollinger vs. Minnesota, 10/9/ (TD) John Josten vs. Richmond, 9/16/ (TD) Mike Samuel vs. Michigan, 11/14/ (TD) Scott Tolzien vs. Northern Illinois, 9/12/ (TD) Mike Howard vs. Northern Illinois, 9/13/ (TD) Matt Schabert vs. Ohio State, 10/11/ (TD) Jim Haluska vs. USC, 10/14/ (TD) John Boyajian vs. Michigan, 10/29/ (TD) Bud Keyes vs. UNLV, 9/21/ (TD) Jim Sorgi vs. Virginia, 8/25/2001 Pre-Modern Era (Prior to 1946) 80 (TD) Wally Barr vs. Minnesota, 11/1/ (TD) Clint Tommerson vs. Michigan, 10/19/1935 Badgers QBs in Starting Debuts Alex Hornibrook (9/24/2016 at Michigan State - W, 30-6) 16-of-26, 195 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT (Passer ra ng ) 4 rushes, -9 yards Bart Houston (9/1/2016 vs. LSU - W, 16-14) 19-of-31, 205 yards, 0 TD, 2 INT (Passer ra ng ) 5 rushes, -1 yards Tanner McEvoy (8/30/2014 vs. LSU - L, 28-24) 8-of-24, 50 yards, 0 TD, 2 INT (Passer ra ng ) 6 rushes, 40 yards Curt Phillips (11/10/12 at Indiana - W, 62-14) 4-of-7, 41 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT (Passer ra ng ) 7 rushes, 68 yards Joel Stave (9/22/2012 vs. UTEP - W, 37-26) 12-of-17, 210 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT (Passer ra ng ) 6 rushes, -2 yards 117 Danny O Brien (9/1/2012 vs. Northern Iowa - W, 26-21) 19-of-23, 219 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT (Passer ra ng ) 4 rushes, 3 yards Russell Wilson (9/1/2011 vs. UNLV - W, 51-17) 10-of-13, 255 yards, 2 TD, 0 INT (Passer ra ng ) 2 rushes, 62 yards, 1 TD Sco Tolzien (9/5/2009 vs. Northern Illinois - W, 28-20) 15-of-20, 257 yards, 1 TD, 2 INT (Passer ra ng ) Dus n Sherer (10/18/2008 at Iowa - L, 38-16) 17-of-34, 161 yards, 0 TD, 2 INT (Passer ra ng ) Allan Evridge (8/30/2008 vs. Akron - W, 38-17) 7-of-10, 75 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT (Passer ra ng ) Tyler Donovan (11/11/2006 at Iowa - W, 24-21) 17-of-24, 228 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INT (Passer ra ng ) John Stocco (9/4/2004 vs. UCF - W, 34-6) 8-of-18, 164 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INT (Passer ra ng ) Ma Schabert (10/25/2003 at Northwestern - L, 16-7) 20-of-36, 193 yards, 0 TDs, 1 Int. (Passer ra ng ) Jim Sorgi (10/21/2000 vs. Purdue - L, OT) 21-of-29, 243 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INT (Passer ra ng ) 117

120 Brooks Bollinger (10/2/1999 at Ohio State - W, 42-17) 15-of-27, 167 yards, 0 TDs, 0 INT (Passer ra ng ) Sco Kavanaugh (9/4/1999 vs. Murray State - W, 49-10) 8-of-12, 102 yards, 0 TDs, 0 INT (Passer ra ng ) Mike Samuel (9/7/1996 vs. Eastern Michigan - W, 24-3) 12-of-20, 129 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT (Passer ra ng ) Darrell Bevell (9/19/1992 vs. Bowling Green - W, 39-18) 11-of-17, 142 yards, 3 TDs, 2 INT (Passer ra ng ) Jay Macias (10/12/1991 vs. Iowa - L, 10-6) 5-of-16, 22 yards, 0 TDs, 0 INT (Passer ra ng ) Sean Wilson (9/23/1989 at California - L, 20-14) 13-of-30, 130 yards, 0 TDs, 2 INT (Passer ra ng ) Lionell Crawford (10/8/1988 at Iowa - L, 31-6) 3-of-9, 29 yards, 0 TDs, 0 INT (Passer ra ng ) O s Flowers (10/31/1987 at Purdue - L, 49-14) 4-of-6, 63 yards, 0 TDs, 1 INT (Passer ra ng ) Tony Lowery (10/10/1987 at Iowa - L, 31-10) 6-of-16, 58 yards, 0 TDs, 2 INT (Passer ra ng ) Bud Keyes (9/21/1985 vs. UNLV - W, 26-23) 7-of-20, 188 yards, 3 TDs, 1 INT (Passer ra ng ) Mike Howard (9/8/1984 vs. Northern Illinois - W, 27-14) 13-of-25, 162 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT (Passer ra ng ) Randy Wright (9/11/1982 at Michigan L, 20-9) 12-of-18, 128 yds, 0 TD, 1 INT (Passer Ra ng: ) Jess Cole (11/8/80 vs. Michigan L, 24-0) 4-of-11, 44 yds, 0 TD, 0 INT (Passer Ra ng: 69.96) Kevin Motl (9/29/79 at San Diego State L, 24-17) 12-of-22, 162 yds, 1 TD, 1 INT (Passer Ra ng: ) Steve Parish (9/15/79 vs. Air Force W, 38-0) 2-of-3, 19 yds, 0 TD, 0 INT (Passer Ra ng: ) John Josten (9/16/1978 vs. Richmond W, 7-6) 1-of-5, 80 yds, 1 TD, 1 INT (Passer Ra ng: ) Mike Kalasmiki (10/29/1977 at Ohio State L, 40-0) 2-of-11, 17 yds, 0 TD, 2 INT (Passer Ra ng: 5.20) Anthony Dudley (9/10/1977 at Indiana W, 30-14) 8-of-12, 108 yds, 0 TD, 0 INT (Passer Ra ng: ) Mike Carroll (10/18/1975 at Ohio State L, 56-0) 11-of-20, 78 yds, 0 TD, 1 INT (Passer Ra ng: 77.76) Charles Green (9/20/1975 vs. South Dakota W, 48-7) 4-of-7, 109 yds, 1 TD, 0 INT (Passer Ra ng: ) Dan Kopina (9/13/1975 vs. Michigan L, 23-6) 3-of-7, 27 yds, 0 TD, 1 INT (Passer Ra ng: 46.69) Gregg Bohlig (9/15/1973 vs. Purdue L, 14-13) 11-of-26, 160 yds, 1 TD, 0 INT (Passer Ra ng: ) Rudy Steiner (9/16/1972 vs. Northern Illinois W, 31-17) 5-of-10, 119 yds, 1 TD, 0 INT (Passer Ra ng: ) Neil Graff (9/20/1969 vs. Oklahoma L, 48-21) 5-of-12, 49 yds, 0 TD, 2 INT (Passer Ra ng: 42.63) Donald Schaffner (10/5/1968 vs. Michigan St. L, 39-0) 8-of-25, 90 yds, 0 TD, 3 INT (Passer Ra ng: 38.24) Lewis Ritcherson (9/21/1968 at Arizona State L, 55-7) 3-of-11, 54 yds, 0 TD, 1 INT (Passer Ra ng: 50.33) John Ryan (10/1/1966 at Iowa W, 7-0) 3-of-7, 17 yds, 0 TD, 0 INT (Passer Ra ng: 63.26) John Boyajian (11/13/1965 vs. Illinois L, 51-0) 8-of-20, 107 yds, 0 TD, 3 INT (Passer Ra ng: 54.94) Charles Burt (9/15/1965 vs. Colorado T, 0-0) 19-of-39, 151 yds, 0 TD, 3 INT (Passer Ra ng: 65.86) Jesse Kaye (11/7/1964 at Northwestern L, 17-13) 7-of-12, 68 yds, 0 TD, 0 INT (Passer Ra ng: ) David Fronek (11/9/1963 vs. Northwestern W, 17-14) 8-of-13, 96 yds, 1 TD, 2 INT (Passer Ra ng: ) Harold Brandt (9/21/1963 vs. West. Michigan W, 41-0) 5-of-12, 53 yds, 0 TD, 1 INT (Passer Ra ng: 62.10) Ron VanderKelen (9/29/1962 vs. New Mexico St. W, 69-13) 5-of-8, 150 yds, 1 TD, 0 INT (Passer Ra ng: ) John Fabry (11/5/1960 vs. Northwestern L, 21-0) 9-of-21, 83 yds, 0 TD, 1 INT (Passer Ra ng: 66.53) Ron Miller (9/24/1960 at Stanford W, 24-7) 16-of-25, 161 yds, 3 TD, 1 INT (Passer Ra ng: ) Jim Bakken (9/26/1959 vs. Stanford W, 16-14) 2-of-6, 27 yds, 0 TD, 3 INT (Passer Ra ng: ) Dale Hackbart (10/4/1958 vs. Marque e W, 50-0) 3-of-8, 61 yds, 1 TD, 1 INT (Passer Ra ng: 117.8) Sid Williams (11/17/1956 at Illinois T, 13-13) 7-of-11, 95 yds, 0 TD, 0 INT (Passer Ra ng: ) Gil Blackmun (10/27/1956 at Ohio State L, 21-0) 4-of-9, 44 yds, 0 TD, 1 INT (Passer Ra ng: 63.29) Ronald Carlson (10/20/1956 vs. Purdue T, 6-6) 0-of-3, 0 yds, 0 TD, 2 INT (Passer Ra ng: ) Richard Simonson (9/29/1956 vs. Marque e W, 41-0) 2-of-5, 15 yds, 0 TD, 0 INT (Passer Ra ng: 65.2) James Miller (10/17/1953 at Purdue W, 28-19) 2-of-6, 38 yds, 0 TD, 1 INT (Passer Ra ng: 53.2) Gus Verge s (9/26/1953 vs. Penn State W, 20-0) 8-of-12, 82 yds, 0 TD, 1 INT (Passer Ra ng: ) James Haluska (9/27/1952 vs. Marque e W, 42-19) 14-of-21, 237 yds, 3 TD, 1 INT (Passer Ra ng: ) John Coa a (9/29/1951 vs. Marque e W, 22-6) 10-of-17, 83 yds, 0 TD, 0 INT (Passer Ra ng: 99.83) 118

121 Receiving Records Top 10 Career Leaders 1. Lee Evans Year No. Yards Avg. TD , , Total 175 3, Jared Abbrederis Year No. Yards Avg. TD , Total 202 3, Brandon Williams Year No. Yards Avg. TD , Total 202 2, Nick Toon Year No. Yards Avg. TD Total 171 2, Travis Beckum Year No. Yards Avg. TD Total 159 2, Al Toon Year No. Yards Avg. TD Total 131 2, Chris Chambers Year No. Yards Avg. TD Total 127 2, WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 9. Lee DeRamus Year No. Yards Avg. TD Total 119 1, Alex Erickson Year No. Yards Avg. TD Total Career Records Yards 1. Lee Evans, , Jared Abbrederis, , Brandon Williams, , Nick Toon, , Travis Beckum, , Al Toon, , Chris Chambers, , Tony Simmons, , Lee DeRamus, , Alex Erickson, , Pat Richter, , Jonathan Orr, , Donald Hayes, , Garrett Graham, , David Charles, , Tim Stracka, , , Jacob Pedersen, , Mel Reddick, , Michael Jones, , Tom McCauley, , Lance Kendricks, , Darrin Charles, , Jeff Mack, , Troy Fumagalli, 2014-present 1, David Gilreath, ,077 Receptions 1. Brandon Williams, Jared Abbrederis Lee Evans, Nick Toon, Travis Beckum, Alex Erickson, Al Toon, Chris Chambers, Pat Richter, Garrett Graham, Tony Simmons Year No. Yards Avg. TD Total 99 1,

122 Receiving Touchdowns 1. Lee Evans, Tony Simmons, Jared Abbrederis, Jonathan Orr, Al Toon, Nick Toon, Jacob Pedersen, Chris Chambers, Garrett Graham, Pat Richter, Lee DeRamus, Average Per Reception (Minimum 50 Receptions) 1. Tony Simmons, Lee Evans, Jeff Mack, Larry Mialik, Paul Hubbard, Al Hannah, Luke Swan, Jonathan Orr, Lee DeRamus, Jimmy Jones, Al Toon, Chris Chambers, Season Records Receiving Yards 1. Lee Evans, , Lee Evans, , Brandon Williams, , Jared Abbrederis, , Travis Beckum, Alex Erickson, Jared Abbrederis, Nick Toon, Lee DeRamus, Travis Beckum, Al Toon, Jonathan Orr, Jared Abbrederis, Pat Richter, Chris Chambers, Nick Toon, Alex Erickson, Al Toon, Larry Mialik, Pat Richter, Season Receptions 1. Jared Abbrederis, Alex Erickson, Lee Evans, Travis Beckum, Lee Evans, Nick Toon, Travis Beckum, Brandon Williams, Jared Abbrederis, Alex Erickson, Season Receiving Touchdowns 1. Lee Evans, Nick Toon, Al Toon, Lee Evans, Pat Richter, Tony Simmons, Jonathan Orr, Jonathan Orr, Jared Abbrederis, Jacob Pedersen, Season Average Per Reception (Minimum 30 receptions) 1. Larry Mialik, Lee Evans, Jeff Mack, Al Toon, Lee Evans, Lee Evans, Brandon Williams, Jonathan Orr, Tim Klosek, Michael Jones, Tim Stracka, Game Records Receiving Yards 1. Lee Evans vs. Michigan State, 11/15/ Al Toon vs. Purdue, 11/12/ Lee Evans vs. Michigan State, 10/27/ Lee Evans vs. Akron, 9/6/ Jared Abbrederis vs. Ohio St., 9/28/ Tim Ware vs. Northwestern, 10/20/ Chris Chambers vs. Iowa, 10/28/ Lee Evans vs. Fresno State, 9/8/ Lee Evans vs. Iowa, 11/3/ Chris Chambers vs. Purdue, 10/21/ Brandon Williams vs. Auburn, 1/2/ Pat Richter vs. Illinois, 11/18/ Luke Swan vs. Washington State, 9/1/ Chris Chambers vs. Hawaii, 11/25/ Lee Evans vs. Oregon, 9/1/ Jimmy Jones vs. Northwestern, 11/7/ Pat Richter vs. USC, 1/1/ Travis Beckum vs. Illinois, 10/6/ Alex Erickson vs. Minnesota, 11/29/ Tony Simmons vs. N western, 10/4/ Game Receptions 1. Matt Nyquist vs. Iowa, 11/18/ Jared Abbrederis vs. Penn St, 11/30/ Pat Richter vs. USC, 1/1/ Jimmy Jones vs. Northwestern, 11/7/ Louis Jung vs. Colorado, 9/18/ Chris Chambers vs. Purdue, 10/21/ Chris Chambers vs. Iowa, 10/28/ Brian Calhoun vs. Northwestern, 10/8/ Travis Beckum vs. Illinois, 10/6/ Al Toon vs. Michigan State, 11/19/ Lee Evans vs. Michigan State, 11/15/ Travis Beckum vs. Michigan State, 9/29/ Jared Abbrederis vs. Ohio State, 9/28/ Alex Erickson vs. W. Illinois, 9/6/ Alex Erickson vs. Illinois, 10/24/

123 Average Per Reception (Minimum 3 receptions) 1. Larry Mialik vs. Penn State, 10/3/ Tony Simmons vs. Minnesota, 11/11/ Al Toon vs. Purdue, 11/12/ Lee DeRamus vs. Indiana, 9/25/ Tim Klosek vs. Michigan State, 10/16/ Receiving Touchdowns 1. Lee Evans vs. Michigan State, 11/15/ Jonathan Orr vs. Northwestern, 10/8/ Dave Howard vs. Iowa, 10/1/ Pat Richter vs. Illinois, 11/18/ Lee Evans vs. Michigan State, 10/27/ Owen Daniels vs. Temple, 9/10/ Garrett Graham vs. Michigan St., 9/26/ Freshmen 1. Jonathan Orr vs. UNLV, 8/31/ Tony Simmons vs. Illinois, 11/19/ Brandon Williams vs. W. Virginia, 9/7/ Kyle Jefferson vs. Penn State, 10/13/ Tony Simmons vs. Indiana, 9/24/ Yard Receiving Performances 200 or more yards 258 Lee Evans Michigan State 11/15/ Al Toon Purdue 11/12/ Lee Evans Michigan State 10/27/ Lee Evans Akron 9/6/ Jared Abbrederis Ohio State 9/28/2013 Receiving Yardage Records By Class Season Seniors 1. Lee Evans, , Brandon Williams, , Jared Abbrederis, , Alex Erickson, Nick Toon, Juniors 1. Lee Evans, , Travis Beckum, Lee DeRamus, Jared Abbrederis, Al Toon, Sophomores 1. Jared Abbrederis, Travis Beckum, Nick Toon, Tom McCauley, Lee DeRamus, Freshmen 1. Jonathan Orr, Brandon Williams, Tony Simmons, Michael Jones, Kyle Jefferson, Game Seniors 1. Lee Evans vs. Michigan State, 11/15/ Lee Evans vs. Akron, 9/6/ Jared Abbrederis vs. Ohio State, 9/28/ Chris Chambers vs. Iowa, 10/28/ Chris Chambers vs. Purdue, 10/21/ Brandon Williams vs. Auburn, 1/2/ Juniors 1. Al Toon vs. Purdue, 11/12/ Lee Evans vs. Michigan State, 10/27/ Lee Evans vs. Fresno State, 9/8/ Lee Evans vs. Iowa, 11/3/ Pat Richter vs. Illinois, 11/18/ Sophomores 1. Tim Ware vs. Northwestern, 10/20/ Jerry Witt vs. Northwestern, 10/28/ Tom McCauley vs. Michigan, 10/29/ Tony Simmons vs. Minnesota, 11/11/ Tim Fullington vs. Illinois, 10/26/ Travis Beckum vs. Buffalo, 11/18/ yards 193 Tim Ware Northwestern 10/20/ Chris Chambers Iowa 10/28/ Lee Evans Fresno State 9/8/ Lee Evans Iowa 11/3/ Chris Chambers Purdue 10/21/ Brandon Williams Auburn 1/2/ Pat Richter Illinois 11/18/ Luke Swan Washington State 9/1/ Chris Chambers Hawaii 11/25/ Lee Evans Oregon 9/1/ Jimmy Jones Northwestern 11/7/ Pat Richter USC 1/1/ Travis Beckum Illinois 10/6/ Alex Erickson Minnesota 11/29/ Tony Simmons Northwestern 10/4/ Pat Richter Northwestern 11/11/ Lee DeRamus Minnesota 10/23/ Nick Toon South Dakota 9/24/ Lee Evans Minnesota 11/24/ Jerry Witt Northwestern 10/27/ Lee Evans Illinois 10/20/ Jonathan Orr UNLV 8/31/ yards 149 Al Toon Michigan State 11/19/ Lee Evans Indiana 10/6/ Dave Howard Iowa 10/1/ Jared Abbrederis UTEP 9/22/ Tom McCauley Michigan 10/29/ Pat Richter Minnesota 11/25/ Larry Mialik Penn State 10/3/ Jared Abbrederis Nebraska 9/29/ Tony Simmons Minnesota 11/11/ Matt Nyquist Iowa 11/18/ Travis Beckum Ohio State 11/3/ Pat Richter Oregon State 10/14/ Al Toon Iowa 11/5/ Tim Klosek Michigan State 10/16/ Tom Stauss Minnesota 11/17/ Tim Fullington Illinois 10/26/ Lee Evans Virginia 8/25/ Travis Beckum Buffalo 11/18/ Jared Abbrederis Penn State 11/30/ David Charles Iowa 11/18/ Paul Hubbard Michigan 11/10/ Tom McCauley Minnesota 11/25/ Jeff Mack Nebraska 8/21/ Tony Simmons Illinois 11/19/ Brandon Williams Iowa 11/12/ Travis Beckum Michigan State 9/29/ Bill Williams Temple 9/22/

124 131 J.C. Dawkins Minnesota 10/23/ Lance Kendricks Arizona State 9/18/ Larry Mialik Illinois 11/14/ Jonathon Orr Indiana 10/1/ Brian Calhoun Northwestern 10/8/ Lance Kendricks Miami 12/29/ Lee DeRamus Illinois 11/11/ Brandon Williams West Virginia 9/7/ David Gilreath Cal Poly 11/22/ Kyle Jefferson Penn State 10/13/ Tom McCauley Washington 9/23/ Nick Toon Indiana 11/7/ Jimmy Jones Notre Dame 9/26/ David Charles Iowa 11/12/ Paul Hubbard Indiana 9/30/ Jared Abbrederis UMass 8/31/ Alex Erickson Western Illinois 9/6/ Brandon Williams Minnesota 10/15/ Alex Erickson Maryland 10/25/ Rick Reichardt Michigan State 11/2/ Jared Abbrederis Oregon 1/2/ Al Toon Purdue 11/10/ Travis Beckum Minnesota 10/14/ Tom Stauss San Diego State 9/29/ Al Toon Missouri 9/15/ Jared Abbrederis Illinois 10/6/ Al Hannah Indiana 10/9/ Lee DeRamus Indiana 9/25/ Lee DeRamus Northwestern 11/21/ Tim Fullington Wyoming 9/28/ Tony Simmons Indiana 9/24/ Isaac Anderson Minnesota 11/15/ Donald Hayes Minnesota 10/25/ Brandon Williams Indiana 10/1/ Luke Swan Iowa 11/11/ Jared Abbrederis Ohio State 10/29/ Alex Erickson Nebraska 10/10/ Al Toon Illinois 10/6/ Lee DeRamus SMU 9/11/ Al Hannah Syracuse 9/18/ Pat Richter Purdue 10/8/ Reggie Tompkins Iowa 10/11/ Tom Lonnborg Ohio State 10/23/ Lee DeRamus Eastern Michigan 9/28/ Al Hannah Illinois 11/15/ Tim Stracka San Diego State 10/4/ Jonathan Orr Ohio State 10/19/ Travis Beckum Northwestern 10/7/ Tim Klosek Northwestern 10/2/ Travis Beckum Michigan 11/10/ Jared Abbrederis Illinois 10/19/ Mel Reddick Pittsburgh 10/14/ Tim Stracka Indiana 11/6/ Pat Richter Ohio State 10/28/ Pat Richter Michigan 11/3/ Jeff Mack Northwestern 10/7/ Nick Toon Oregon 1/2/ Al Schoonover Minnesota 11/21/ Clarence Novak Ohio State 10/28/ Ted Jones Purdue 10/2/ Fred Bobo UNLV 9/21/ Lance Kendricks Austin Peay 9/25/ Alex Erickson Rutgers 10/31/ Al Hannah Minnesota 11/21/ Ray Sydnor Purdue 11/11/ Brandon Williams Penn State 11/5/ Tom Stauss UCLA 9/22/ Donald Hayes Illinois 11/25/ Jared Abbrederis South Dakota 9/24/ Jimmy Jones Notre Dame 9/28/ David Charles Richmond 9/16/ Donald Hayes Minnesota 11/9/ Isaac Anderson Northern Illinois 9/5/ Nick Toon Minnesota 11/12/ Troy Fumagalli LSU 9/3/ Jazz Peavy Akron 9/10/2016 Longest Receptions 99 (TD) Jim Sorgi vs. Akron, 9/6/ (TD) Lee Evans vs. Akron, 9/6/ (TD) Lee DeRamus vs. Eastern Mich., 9/28/ (TD) Tim Stracka vs. Kansas State, 12/11/ (TD) Nick Davis vs. Minnesota, 10/9/ (TD) David Charles vs. Richmond, 9/16/ (TD) Chris Chambers vs. Michigan, 11/14/ (TD) Isaac Anderson vs. Northern Illinois, 9/5/ (TD) Reggie Tompkins vs. Northern Ill., 9/13/ (TD) Lee Evans vs. Ohio State, 10/11/ (TD) John Bridgeman vs. USC, 10/14/ (TD) Tom McCauley vs. Michigan, 10/29/ (TD) Tim Fullington vs. UNLV, 9/21/ (TD) Lee Evans vs. Virginia, 8/25/2001 Pre-Modern Era (Prior to 1946) 80 (TD) Paul Meyers vs. Minnesota, 11/1/ (TD) John Wilson vs. Michigan, 10/19/1935

125 Total Offense Records WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Career Records Plays 1. Brooks Bollinger, , Ron Dayne, , Darrell Bevell, , Joel Stave, , John Stocco, , Mike Samuel, , Montee Ball, Tony Lowery, Anthony Davis, Neil Graff, Yards 1. Darrell Bevell, , Brooks Bollinger, , Joel Stave, , Ron Dayne, , John Stocco, , Mike Samuel, , Randy Wright, , Scott Tolzien, , Montee Ball, , Melvin Gordon, ,915 Touchdowns Responsible For 1. Montee Ball, Ron Dayne, Brooks Bollinger, Darrell Bevell, John Stocco, Randy Wright, Joel Stave, James White, Melvin Gordon, Mike Samuel, Season Records Plays 1. Tyler Donovan, John Stocco, Brooks Bollinger, Joel Stave, Randy Wright, Mike Howard, Russell Wilson, Randy Wright, Mike Samuel, Scott Tolzien, Yards 1. Russell Wilson, , John Stocco, , Scott Tolzien, , Tyler Donovan, , Melvin Gordon, , Joel Stave, , Randy Wright, , Joel Stave, , Scott Tolzien, , Randy Wright, , Touchdowns Responsible For 1. Montee Ball, Russell Wilson, Melvin Gordon, Randy Wright, Brian Calhoun, John Stocco, Joel Stave, Tyler Donovan, Brooks Bollinger, Montee Ball, Game Records Plays 1. Randy Wright vs. Iowa, 11/5/ Sean Wilson vs. California, 9/23/ Ron Vander Kelen vs. USC, 1/1/ Mike Kalasmiki vs. Michigan St, 10/28/ Darrell Bevell vs. Iowa, 11/18/ Scott Tolzien vs. Ohio State, 10/10/ Joel Stave vs. Penn State, 11/30/ Yards 1. Tyler Donovan vs. Illinois, 10/6/ Darrell Bevell vs. Minnesota, 10/23/ Melvin Gordon vs. Nebraska, 11/15/ Ron Vander Kelen vs. USC, 1/1/ Tony Lowery vs. Northwestern, 10/20/ Russell Wilson vs. N. Illinois, 9/17/ Jim Sorgi vs. Michigan State, 11/15/ John Stocco vs. Northwestern, 10/8/ Randy Wright vs. Purdue, 11/12/ Russell Wilson vs. South Dakota, 9/24/ Touchdowns Responsible For 1. Billy Marek vs. Minnesota, 11/23/ Mike Kalasmiki vs. Minnesota, 11/17/ Jess Cole vs. Minnesota, 11/22/ Randy Wright vs. Purdue, 11/12/ Darrell Bevell vs. Nevada, 9/4/ Mike Samuel vs. San Jose State, 9/13/ Anthony Davis vs. Minnesota, 11/23/ Brooks Bollinger vs. Michigan St., 10/26/ Jim Sorgi vs. Michigan State, 11/15/ Lee Evans vs. Michigan State, 11/15/ Brian Calhoun vs. Bowling Green, 9/3/ Brian Calhoun vs. Illinois, 10/29/ P.J. Hill vs. Citadel, 9/15/ Scott Tolzien vs. Michigan, 11/14/ James White vs. Nebraska, 12/1/ Melvin Gordon vs. Bowling Green, 9/20/

126 Scoring Records Career Records Points 1. Montee Ball, Ron Dayne, Philip Welch, Taylor Mehlhaff, Melvin Gordon, James White, Billy Marek, Todd Gregoire, P.J. Hill, Anthony Davis, Touchdowns 1. Montee Ball, Ron Dayne, Melvin Gordon, James White, Billy Marek, P.J. Hill, Anthony Davis, John Clay, Corey Clement, Brent Moss, Field Goals 1. Todd Gregoire, Philip Welch, Rich Thompson, Taylor Mehlhaff, Rafael Gaglianone, 2014-present Mike Allen, Matt Davenport, John Hall, Vitaly Pisetsky, Vince Lamia, Extra Points 1. Philip Welch, Taylor Mehlhaff, Rafael Gaglianone, 2014-present Vince Lamia, John Hall, Mike Allen, Kyle French, Todd Gregoire, Vitaly Pisetsky, Matt Davenport, Season Records Points 1. Montee Ball, Melvin Gordon, Brian Calhoun, Montee Ball, Ron Dayne, Ron Dayne, Philip Welch, Rafael Gaglianone, Billy Marek, John Clay, Montee Ball, Touchdowns 1. Montee Ball, Melvin Gordon, Brian Calhoun, Montee Ball, Ron Dayne, Ron Dayne, Billy Marek, John Clay, Montee Ball, Brent Moss, P.J. Hill, Field Goals 1. Rich Thompson, Taylor Mehlhaff, Todd Gregoire, Philip Welch, Matt Davenport, Rafael Gaglianone, Rafael Gaglianone, Philip Welch, Philip Welch, Todd Gregoire, Todd Gregoire, Vitaly Pisetsky, Extra Points 1. Philip Welch, Rafael Gaglianone, Taylor Mehlhaff, Philip Welch, Taylor Mehlhaff, Philip Welch, Vitaly Pisetsky, Kevin Rohde, John Hall, Taylor Mehlhaff, Matt Davenport,

127 Game Records Points 1. Billy Marek vs. Minnesota, 11/23/ Anthony Davis vs. Minnesota, 11/23/ Lee Evans vs. Michigan State, 11/15/ Brian Calhoun vs. Bowling Green, 9/3/ Brian Calhoun vs. Illinois, 10/29/ P.J. Hill vs. The Citadel, 9/15/ Melvin Gordon vs. Bowling Green, 9/20/ Done 18 times, 24 MR: Melvin Gordon vs. Nebraska, 11/15/2014 Touchdowns 1. Billy Marek vs. Minnesota, 11/23/ Anthony Davis vs. Minnesota, 11/23/ Lee Evans vs. Michigan State, 11/15/ Brian Calhoun vs. Bowling Green, 9/3/ Brian Calhoun vs. Illinois, 10/29/ P.J. Hill vs. The Citadel, 9/15/ Melvin Gordon vs. Bowling Green, 9/20/ Field Goals 1. Vince Lamia vs. Minnesota, 11/20/ Todd Gregoire vs. Kentucky, 12/29/ Todd Gregoire vs. Ohio State, 11/7/ Rich Thompson vs. Bowling Green, 9/19/ Rich Thompson vs. Purdue, 10/17/ Matt Davenport vs. Minnesota, 11/7/ Vitaly Pisetsky vs. Michigan State, 10/23/ Philip Welch vs. Michigan, 9/27/ Done 19 times, 3 MR: Andrew Endicott vs. Ohio State, 10/15/2016 Extra Points 1. Philip Welch vs. Indiana, 11/13/ Philip Welch vs. Northwestern, 11/27/ Philip Welch vs. Austin Peay, 9/25/ Done 13 times, 8 MR: Rafael Gaglianone vs. Nebraska, 11/15/14 125

128 Field Goal and PAT Kicking Records Career Records Field Goals 1. Todd Gregoire, Philip Welch, Rich Thompson, Taylor Mehlhaff, Rafael Gaglianone, 2014-present Mike Allen, Matt Davenport, John Hall, Vitaly Pisetsky, Vince Lamia, Field Goals Attempted 1. Todd Gregoire, Rich Thompson, Philip Welch, Taylor Mehlhaff, Mike Allen, Rafael Gaglianone, 2014-present John Hall, Vitaly Pisetsky, Vince Lamia, Matt Davenport, Field Goal Percentage (Minimum 30 attempts) 1. Matt Davenport, 33-38, Philip Welch, 59-76, Rafael Gaglianone, 44-57, 2014-present Taylor Mehlhaff, 50-65, Todd Gregoire, 65-85, Vitaly Pisetsky, 29-42, Mike Allen, 41-61, Vince Lamia, 25-39, Rich Thompson, 50-79, John Hall, 29-51, Extra Points 1. Philip Welch, Taylor Mehlhaff, Rafael Gaglianone, 2014-present Vince Lamia, John Hall, Mike Allen, Kyle French, Todd Gregoire, Vitaly Pisetsky, Matt Davenport, Extra Points Attempted 1. Philip Welch, Taylor Mehlhaff, Rafael Gaglianone, 2014-present Vince Lamia, John Hall, Mike Allen, Kyle French, Todd Gregoire, Vitaly Pisetsky, Matt Davenport, Career Extra Point Percentage (Minimum 50 attempts) 1. Rafael Gaglianone, , 2014-present Philip Welch, , Taylor Mehlhaff, , Todd Gregoire, 83-86, Vitaly Pisetsky, 78-81, Kyle French, 85-89, Vince Lamia, , Kevin Rohde, 59-62, Matt Davenport, 76-80, John Hall, , Season Records Field Goals 1. Rich Thompson, Taylor Mehlhaff, Todd Gregoire, Philip Welch, Matt Davenport, Rafael Gaglianone, Rafael Gaglianone, Philip Welch, Philip Welch, Todd Gregoire, Todd Gregoire, Vitaly Pisetsky, Field Goals Attempted 1. Rich Thompson, Rafael Gaglianone, Todd Gregoire, Taylor Mehlhaff, Philip Welch, Philip Welch, Todd Gregoire, Vitaly Pisetsky, Philip Welch, Rafael Gaglianone, Field Goal Percentage (Minimum 15 attempts) 1. Matt Davenport, 19-21, Rafael Gaglianone, 19-22, Taylor Mehlhaff, 21-25, Philip Welch, 20-24, Matt Davenport, 14-17, Todd Gregoire, 16-20, Vitaly Pisetsky, 16-20, Philip Welch, 17-22, Todd Gregoire, 20-26, Todd Gregoire, 13-17, Extra Points 1. Philip Welch, Rafael Gaglianone, Taylor Mehlhaff, Philip Welch, Taylor Mehlhaff, Philip Welch, Vitaly Pisetsky, Kevin Rohde, John Hall, Taylor Mehlhaff, Matt Davenport,

129 Extra Points Attempted 1. Philip Welch, Rafael Gaglianone, Taylor Mehlhaff, Philip Welch, Philip Welch, Kevin Rohde, Vitaly Pisetsky, Taylor Mehlhaff, John Hall, Rick Schnetzky, Extra Point Percentage (Minimum 25 attempts) 1. Philip Welch 67-67, Taylor Mehlhaff 47-47, Rafael Gaglianone 40-40, Jack Russell 34-34, Gary Kroner 32-32, Mike Allen 30-30, Mark Doran 29-29, Mark Neuser 27-27, Roger Jaeger 27-27, Philip Welch 45-46, Game Records Field Goals 1. Vince Lamia vs. Minnesota, 11/20/ Todd Gregoire vs. Kentucky, 12/29/ Todd Gregoire vs. Ohio State, 11/7/ Rich Thompson vs. Bowling Green, 9/19/ Rich Thompson vs. Purdue, 10/17/ Matt Davenport vs. Minnesota, 11/7/ Vitaly Pisetsky vs. Michigan State, 10/23/ Philip Welch vs. Michigan, 9/27/ Done 19 times, 3 MR: Andrew Endicott vs. Ohio State, 10/15/2016 Field Goals Attempted 1. Jim Bakken vs. Minnesota, 11/25/ Steve Veith vs. Northwestern, 10/1/ Jim Bakken vs. Utah, 9/23/ James Johnson vs. Indiana, 11/2/ Todd Gregoire vs. Ohio State, 10/27/ Robb Mehring vs. Minnesota, 11/12/ Rich Thompson vs. Toledo, 9/16/ Philip Welch vs. Michigan, 9/27/ Rafael Gaglianone vs. Neb., 10/10/ Extra Points Attempted 1. Philip Welch vs. Indiana, 11/13/ Rick Schnetzky vs. Indiana, 9/24/ Taylor Mehlhaff vs. Temple, 9/10/ Philip Welch vs. Austin Peay, 9/25/ Rafael Gaglianone vs. Bowl. Green, 9/20/ Vince Lamia vs. Missouri, 10/5/ Kevin Rohde vs. Minnesota, 10/15/ Rick Schnetzky vs. Eastern Mich., 9/10/ Matt Davenport vs. San Jose State, 9/13/ Vitaly Pisetsky vs. Indiana, 10/16/ Mike Allen vs. Michigan State, 11/15/ Taylor Mehlhaff vs. Bowling Green, 9/3/ Rafael Gaglianone vs. Nebraska, 11/15/14 8 Longest Made Field Goals 60 John Hall vs. Minnesota, 11/11/ Philip Welch vs. Fresno State, 9/12/ Todd Gregoire vs. Ball State, 9/26/ Vitaly Pisetsky vs. Ball State, 9/11/ Rich Thompson vs. Western Michigan, 9/3/ Taylor Mehlhaff vs. Arkansas, 1/1/ Philip Welch vs. Michigan, 9/27/ Todd Gregoire vs. Northern Illinois, 9/8/ John Hall vs. Colorado, 9/17/ Taylor Mehlhaff vs. Purdue, 10/21/ Taylor Mehlahff vs. UNLV, 9/8/ Rafael Gaglianone vs. LSU, 8/30/ Vladimir LaBun vs. Northwestern, 10/25/ Wendell Gladem vs. Ohio State, 10/10/ Mike Allen vs. Fresno State, 9/8/ Philip Welch vs. Ohio State, 10/10/ Rafael Gaglianone vs. Iowa, 11/22/2014 Pre-Modern Era (Prior to 1946) 62 (drop kick) Pat O Dea vs. Northwestern, 11/24/ (drop kick) Pat O Dea vs. Minnesota, 11/18/ (drop kick) Pat O Dea vs. Chicago, 11/13/ (drop kick) Pat O Dea vs. Illinois, 11/11/ (drop kick) Pat O Dea vs. Minnesota, 10/30/1897 Extra Points 1. Philip Welch vs. Indiana, 11/13/ Philip Welch vs. Austin Peay, 9/25/ Vince Lamia vs. Missouri, 10/5/ Kevin Rohde vs. Minnesota, 10/15/ Rick Schnetzky vs. Eastern Mich., 9/10/ Rick Schnetzky vs. Indiana, 9/24/ Matt Davenport vs. San Jose State, 9/13/ Vitaly Pisetsky vs. Indiana, 10/16/ Mike Allen vs. Michigan State, 11/15/ Taylor Mehlhaff vs. Bowling Green, 9/3/ Taylor Mehlhaff vs. Temple, 9/10/ Kyle French vs. South Dakota, 9/24/ Philip Welch vs. Indiana, 10/15/ Philip Welch vs. Purdue, 11/5/ Rafael Gaglianone vs. Bowl. Green, 9/20/14 8 Rafael Gaglianone vs. Nebraska, 11/15/

130 Game-Winning Field Goals Date Kicker Opponent Site Description Sept. 3, 2016 Rafael Gaglianone LSU Green Bay, Wis. Made 47-yarder with 3:47 left in 4th quarter for win in inaugural Lambeau Field College Classic Dec. 30, 2015 Rafael Gaglianone USC San Diego, Calif. Made 29-yarder with 2:27 left in 4th quarter for win in 2015 Holiday Bowl Oct. 10, 2015 Rafael Gaglianone Nebraska Lincoln, Neb. Made 46-yarder with 0:04 left in 4th quarter for win Jan. 1, 2015 Rafael Gaglianone Auburn Tampa, Fla. Made 25-yarder in OT for win in 2015 Outback Bowl (Forced OT with 29-yarder with 2:48 left in 4th quarter) Sept. 12, 2009 Philip Welch Fresno State Madison Made 22-yarder in double overtime for a win Sept. 29, 2007 Taylor Mehlhaff Michigan State Madison Made 22-yarder with 6:15 left in 4th quarter for win Dec. 28, 2002 Mike Allen Colorado San Antonio, Texas Made 37-yarder in OT for win in 2002 Alamo Bowl. Aug. 23, 2002 Mike Allen Fresno State Madison Made 34-yarder with 2:05 left in 4th quarter for win Oct. 13, 2001 Mark Neuser Ohio State Columbus, Ohio Made 33-yarder with 2:10 left in 4th quarter for win Oct. 9, 1999 Vitaly Pisetsky Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. Made 31-yarder to win school s first-ever OT game, a win (Sent game into extra session with a 36-yarder with 2:59 left in 4th quarter) Oct. 4, 1997 Matt Davenport Northwestern Evanston, Ill. Made 48-yarder with 0:06 left in 4th quarter for win Sept. 27, 1997 Matt Davenport Indiana Madison Made 43-yarder with 0:06 left in 4th quarter for win Oct. 17, 1992 Rich Thompson Purdue Madison Made 49-yarder with 0:38 left in 4th quarter for win Nov. 16, 1991 Rich Thompson Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. Made 42-yarder with 10:02 left in 4th quarter for win Nov. 7, 1987 Todd Gregoire Ohio State Madison Made 41-yarder with 10:49 left in 4th quarter for win Sept. 21, 1985 Todd Gregoire UNLV Madison Made 20-yarder with 3:38 left in 4th quarter in win Oct. 16, 1971 Roger Jaeger Michigan State Madison Made 30-yarder with 5:12 left in 4th quarter for win Oct. 7, 1961 Jim Bakken Indiana Bloomington, Ind. Made 27-yarder with 3:37 left in 4th quarter for 6-3 win 128

131 All-Purpose Yards WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Career Player Rush. Rec. Ret. Total 1. Ron Dayne, , , Brandon Williams, ,924 2,810 5, Montee Ball, , , James White, , , Melvin Gordon, , , David Gilreath, ,077 3,746 5, Anthony Davis, , , Jared Abbrederis, ,140 1,387 4, Terrell Fletcher, , , P.J. Hill, , ,300 Season Player Rush. Rec. Ret. Total 1. Melvin Gordon, , , Ron Dayne, , , Montee Ball, , , Brian Calhoun, , , Brandon Williams, , , Ron Dayne, , , Jared Abbrederis, ,004 1, Terrell Fletcher, , , Montee Ball, , , Michael Bennett, , ,877 Game Player Rush. Rec. Ret. Total 1. Melvin Gordon vs. Nebraska, 11/15/ Ron Dayne vs. Hawaii, 11/30/ Jared Abbrederis vs. Oregon, 1/2/ Michael Bennett vs. Oregon, 9/9/ Michael Bennett vs. Northwestern, 9/23/ Ira Matthews vs. Minnesota, 11/25/ Billy Marek vs. Minnesota, 11/23/ Ron Dayne vs. Minnesota, 11/9/ Anthony Davis vs. Minnesota, 11/23/ Brian Calhoun vs. Bowling Green, 9/3/ Ron Dayne vs. Illinois, 11/23/ Melvin Gordon at Iowa, Nov. 22, P.J. Hill vs. Northwestern, 10/7/ Montee Ball at Purdue, 10/13/ Melvin Gordon at Northwestern, 10/4/ Aaron Stecker vs. Minnesota, 11/11/ Lee Evans vs. Michigan State, 11/15/ Melvin Gordon vs. Bowling Green, 9/20/ Terrell Fletcher vs. Duke, 1/2/ Ron Dayne vs. San Jose State, 9/13/ Melvin Gordon vs. Auburn, 1/1/ Al Toon vs. Purdue, 11/12/ Brian Calhoun vs. Northwestern, 10/8/ Zach Brown vs. Minnesota, 11/17/ Melvin Gordon at Purdue, 11/8/

132 Defensive Records Career Tackles 1. Pete Monty, Gary Casper, Tim Krumrie, Dave Lokanc, Dave Crossen, Chris Borland, Jim Melka, Mike Taylor, Ken Criter, Brendan Lynch, Greg Thomas, Donnel Thompson, Reggie Holt, Jason Doering, Nick Greisen, Scott Nelson, Michael Reid, Mike Thompson, Richard Jakious, Malvin Hunter, Eric Unverzagt, 1991, Dennis Stejskal, Jim Leonhard, Dave Ahrens, David Wings, Solo Tackles 1. Tim Krumrie, Gary Casper, Pete Monty, Jason Doering, Chris Borland, Dave Lokanc, Dave Crossen, Jim Melka, Nick Griesen, Eric Unverzagt, Michael Reid, Reggie Holt, Craig Raddatz, Jim Leonhard, Mike Echols, Tackles For Loss 1. Tarek Saleh, Mike Thompson, Tom Burke, Chris Borland, Don Davey, Dave Ahrens, Anttaj Hawthorne, Matt Shaughnessy, Wendell Bryant Vince Biegel, Darryl Sims, Mike Taylor, J.J. Watt, Joe Schobert, Gary Casper, Tackles For Loss - Yardage 1. Tarek Saleh, Mike Thompson, Don Davey, Tom Burke, Dave Ahrens, Tim Jordan, Wendell Bryant, Darryl Sims, Vince Biegel, O Brien Schofield, Chris Borland, John Favret, Joe Schobert, DeAndre Levy, Erasmus James, , Quarterback Sacks 1. Tarek Saleh, Tom Burke, Mike Thompson, Tim Jordan, Wendell Bryant, John Favret, Vince Biegel, Don Davey, Erasmus James, , O Brien Schofield, Darryl Sims, Chris Borland, Matt Shaughnessy, DeAndre Levy, Joe Schobert, Quarterback Sacks Yardage 1. Tarek Saleh, Mike Thompson, Tom Burke, Tim Jordan, Don Davey, Wendell Bryant, Vince Biegel, John Favret, Darryl Sims, O Brien Schofield, Erasmus James, , Matt Shaughnessy, Joe Schobert, DeAndre Levy, Chris Borland,

133 Fumbles Forced 1. Chris Borland, Erasmus James, , 04 7 Joe Schobert, Scott Starks, DeAndre Levy, Brendan Kelly, , Bill Poindexter, Ken Simmons, Greg Gordon, David Greenwood, Clint Sims, Matt VandeBoom, Craig Raddatz, Victor Fortino, Pete Nowka, Tom Burke, Chris Ghidorzi, John Favret, Darius Jones, 2000, Robert Brooks, Jonathan Casillas, O Brien Schofield, Jay Valai, Antonio Fenelus, Mike Taylor, Dezmen Southward, Fumbles Recovered 1. Scott Erdmann, Mark Zakula, Chris Borland, Ed Bosold, Rick Graf, Dan Batsch, Scott Nelson, Ken Simmons, Dennis Stejskal, Dave Ahrens, Nick Hayden, DeAndre Levy, Mike Vesperman, Terry Buss, Clint Sims, Michael Reid, Brad Mayo, Malvin Hunter, Michael Caputo, Passes Defended 1. Mike Echols, Jamar Fletcher, Scott Starks, Jim Leonhard, Jeff Messenger, Sojourn Shelton, Jack Ikegwuonu, Allen Langford, Devin Smith, Neovia Geyer, Scott Nelson, Steve Wagner, Niles Brinkley, Lamarr White, Troy Vincent, Lamar Campbell, Brett Bell, Aaron Henry, 2007, Pass Breakups 1. Mike Echols, Scott Starks, Jamar Fletcher, Sojourn Shelton, Jim Leonhard, Jack Ikegwuonu, Jeff Messenger, Allen Langford, Devin Smith, Niles Brinkley, Steve Wagner, Troy Vincent, Brett Bell, Lamarr White, Joey Boese, Roderick Rogers, Darius Hillary, Blocked Kicks 1. Richard Johnson, Kenny Gales, J.J. Watt, Tim Rosga, Ben Strickland, Jonathan Casillas, Bobby Taylor, Nate Odoms, Tom Burke, Nick Hayden, Beau Allen, tied 1 131

134 Season Tackles 1. Dave Lokanc, Pete Monty, Dave Crossen, Ken Criter, Nick Greisen, Dave Lokanc, Michael Reid, Mike Taylor, Aaron Norvell, Nick Greisen, Reggie Holt, Chris Borland, Donnel Thompson, Chuck Winfrey, Gary Casper, Rick Jakious, Pete Monty, Tim Krumrie, David Wings, Ken Criter, Dave Crossen, Tackles For Loss 1. Tom Burke, O Brien Schofield, Darryl Sims, Don Davey, Tarek Saleh, Tarek Saleh, J.J. Watt, Anttaj Hawthorne, Joe Schobert, Tom Burke, Chris Borland, Tackles For Loss Yardage 1. Tom Burke, O Brien Schofield, Tarek Saleh, Don Davey, Tarek Saleh, Darryl Sims, Derek Landisch, Joe Schobert, T.J. Watt, J.J. Watt, Quarterback Sacks 1. Tom Burke, Tarek Saleh, Tarek Saleh, O Brien Schofield, T.J. Watt, Tim Jordan, Darryl Sims, Mike Thompson, Bryan Jurewicz, Joe Schobert, Quarterback Sacks Yardage 1. Tom Burke, Tarek Saleh, Darryl Sims, Tarek Saleh, T.J. Watt, Mike Thompson, Derek Landisch, O Brien Schofield, Joe Schobert, Don Davey, Erasmus James, Passes Defended 1. Mike Echols, Jim Leonhard, Jamar Fletcher, Jamar Fletcher, Scott Starks, Jamar Fletcher, Devin Smith, LaMar Campbell, Jack Ikegwuonu, Sojourn Shelton, Pass Breakups 1. Mike Echols, Scott Starks, Jack Ikegwuonu, Jamar Fletcher, Jim Leonhard, Troy Vincent, Allen Langford, Devin Smith, Ken Dixon, Jamar Fletcher, Mike Echols, Mike Echols, Marcus Cromartie, Sojourn Shelton, Fumbles Forced 1. Chris Borland, Chris Borland, Joe Schobert, Cyril Weems, Tom Burke, Erasmus James, Alex Lewis, Robert Brooks, Jay Valai, O Brien Schofield, J.J. Watt, Mike Taylor, Chris Borland,

135 Fumbles Recovered 1. Ed Bosold, Jim DeLisle, Nate Butler, Scott Erdmann, Michael Caputo, Nick Hayden, Chris Borland, Aaron Henry, Chris Borland, Blocked Kicks 1. Richard Johnson, Kenny Gales, Tim Rosga, J.J. Watt, Six players tied with 2 Game Tackles 1. Dave Crossen vs. Purdue, 11/5/ Ken Criter vs. Ohio State, 11/9/ Dave Lokanc vs. Ohio State, 10/28/ Mark Zakula vs. Northwestern, 11/17/ Dave Lokanc vs. Indiana, 10/9/ Dave Crossen vs. Iowa, 11/12/ David Wings vs. Iowa, 10/10/ Dave Lokanc vs. Northwestern, 10/2/ Richard Jakious vs. N western, 11/17/ Dennis Stejskal vs. Purdue, 10/11/ Dave Crossen vs. Indiana, 11/13/ Dave Crossen vs. Oregon, 9/30/ Larry Spurlin vs. Indiana, 10/6/ Scott Nelson vs. Iowa, 10/13/ Bob Adamov vs. Purdue, 10/10/ Quarterback Sacks Yardage 1. Alex Lewis vs. Purdue, 10/18/ Mike Thompson vs. Northwestern, 10/9/ Darryl Sims vs. Northwestern, 10/30/ Tim Jordan vs. Northwestern, 10/19/ Wendell Bryant vs. Penn State, 9/22/ Passes Defended 1. Mike Echols vs. Purdue, 11/6/ Steve Wagner vs. Purdue, 9/14/ Jamar Fletcher vs. Oregon, 9/9/ Jamar Fletcher vs. Iowa, 10/28/ Jim Leonhard vs. Fresno State, 8/23/ Jim Leonhard vs. Penn State, 9/25/ Fumbles Forced 1. Alex Lewis vs. Iowa, 11/2/ Jay Valai vs. Ohio State, 10/4/ J.J. Watt vs. Northwestern, 11/27/10 2 Chris Borland vs. Illinois, 11/19/11 2 Joe Schobert vs. Iowa, 10/3/ Occurred numerous times 1 Fumbles Recovered 1. Michael Reid vs. Ohio State, 11/16/ players tied with 2 (MR: Chris Borland vs. Minnesota, 11/23/2013) Blocked Kicks 1. Richard Johnson vs. Missouri, 9/15/ Nate Odomes vs. Indiana, 11/2/ Tackles For Loss 1. Alex Lewis vs. Purdue, 10/18/ Darryl Sims vs. Northwestern, 10/30/ Tim Jordan vs. Northwestern, 10/19/ Wendell Bryant vs. Penn State, 9/22/ Mike Thompson vs. Northwestern, 10/9/ John Favret vs. Boise State, 9/6/ Tom Burke vs. Northwestern, 9/26/ Tom Burke vs. Iowa, 10/24/ Tom Burke vs. Penn State, 11/21/ Tackles For Loss Yardage 1. Darryl Sims vs. Northwestern, 10/30/ Alex Lewis vs. Purdue, 10/18/ John Tietz vs. Michigan, 11/18/ Mike Thompson vs. N western, 10/9/ Wendell Bryant vs. Penn State, 9/22/ Quarterback Sacks 1. Tim Jordan vs. Northwestern, 10/19/ Mike Thompson vs. Northwestern, 10/9/ Tom Burke vs. Iowa, 10/24/ Wendell Bryant vs. Penn State, 9/22/ Alex Lewis vs. Purdue, 10/18/

136 Interception Leaders Career Interceptions 1. Jamar Fletcher, Jim Leonhard, Neovia Greyer, Jeff Messenger, Scott Nelson, Mike Echols, David Greenwood, Dave Fronek, Craig Raddatz, Nate Odomes, Eddie Fletcher, Shane Carter, Antonio Fenelus, Sojourn Shelton, Interception Return Yards 1. Jamar Fletcher, Neovia Greyer, Scott Nelson, Interception Return Average (Minimum 8 returns) 1. Ed Withers, Jamar Fletcher, Jim Nettles, Jim Miller, Steve Wagner, Scott Nelson, Game Interceptions 1. Clarence Bratt vs. Minnesota, 11/20/ Gene Evans vs. Marquette, 9/21/ Bob Radcliffe vs. Navy, 10/15/ Ed Withers vs. Iowa, 10/14/ Burt Hable vs. Minnesota, 11/22/ Dale Hackbart vs. Minnesota, 11/22/ Tom Schinke vs. Iowa, 10/1/ Neovia Greyer vs. Illinois, 11/14/ Ken Dixon vs. Illinois, 11/1/ Nate Odomes vs. Hawaii, 9/6/ Matt VandenBoom vs. Michigan, 9/12/ Jamar Fletcher vs. Oregon, 9/9/ Interception Return Average (Minimum 3 returns) 1. Ed Withers vs. Iowa, 10/14/ Longest Interception Returns 98 (TD) Billy Lowe vs. Purdue, 10/16/ (TD) Ron Steiner vs. West Virginia, 10/5/ (TD) Jim Nettles vs. New Mexico State, 9/29/ Jamar Fletcher vs. Indiana, 11/11/ (TD) Roderick Rodgers vs. Purdue, 10/22/2005 Pre-Modern Era (Prior to 1946) 105 (TD) Coots Cunningham vs. Purdue, 11/16/ (TD) Jack Wink vs. Great Lakes, 10/17/1942 Season Interceptions 1. Jim Leonhard, Neovia Greyer, Dale Hackbart, Scott Erdmann, Nate Odomes, Jeff Messenger, Jamar Fletcher, Jamar Fletcher, Jamar Fletcher, Jim Leonhard, Shane Carter, Interception Return Yards 1. Jamar Fletcher, David Greenwood, Jamar Fletcher, Scott Erdmann, Interception Return Avg. (Minimum 4 returns) 1. Pat Levenhagen, Jim Nettles, Russ Bellford, David Greenwood, Ed Withers,

137 Punting Records Career Records Punting Average (Minimum 100 punts) 1. Kevin Stemke, Ken DeBauche, Jim Bakken, Brad Nortman, Scott Cepicky, Dick Mileager, John Krugman, Drew Meyer, R.J. Morse, Sam Veit, Punting Yards 1. Kevin Stemke, , Scott Cepicky, , Drew Meyer, , Ken DeBauche, , Brad Nortman, , Sam Veit, , David Greenwood, , Brad Brekke, , R.J. Morse, , T.A. Cox, 1944, ,998 Punts 1. Drew Meyer, Scott Cepicky, Kevin Stemke, Ken DeBauche, Sam Veit, Brad Nortman, Brad Brekke, David Greenwood, R.J. Morse Dick Mileager, Season Records Punting Average (Minimum 20 punts) 1. Ken DeBauche, Kevin Stemke, Kevin Stemke, Kevin Stemke, Scott Cepicky, Brad Nortman, Brad Nortman, Dick Mileager, Scott Cepicky, Brad Nortman, WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Punting Yards 1. Drew Meyer, , Kevin Stemke, , Kevin Stemke, , Scott Cepicky, , R.J. Morse, , Brad Nortman, , Drew Meyer, , Brad Brekke, , Scott Cepicky, , Dave Fronek, ,618 Game Records Punts 1. Dave Fronek vs. Nebraska, 10/9/ Bob Schaffner vs. Iowa, 10/19/ Brad Brekke vs. Miami, Fla., 9/9/ five players tied with 11 (MR: Ken DeBauche vs. Michigan, 9/23/2006) Punting Yards 1. Ken DeBauche vs. Michigan, 9/23/ Brad Brekke vs. Miami, Fla., 9/9/ Scott Cepicky vs. Wyoming, 9/27/ Kevin Stemke vs. Michigan, 11/14/ Dave Fronek vs. Nebraska, 10/9/ Punting Average (Minimum 5 punts) 1. Dick Mileager vs. Kansas, 10/2/ Scott Cepicky vs. UNLV, 9/20/ Brad Nortman vs. Illinois, 10/25/ George O Brien vs. Iowa, 10/18/ Scott Cepicky vs. N western, 10/19/ Longest Punts 96 George O Brien vs. Iowa, 10/18/ Jim Bakken vs. Northwestern, 11/11/ Kevin Stemke vs. Michigan State, 10/23/ Wendell Gulseth vs. Rice, 11/1/ David Greenwood vs. Air Force, 9/15/1979 Pre-Modern Era (Prior to 1946) 110 Pat O Dea vs. Minnesota, 10/30/ Pat O Dea vs. Yale, 10/21/ Pat O Dea vs. Lake Forest, 10/10/1896 Punts 1. Drew Meyer, R.J. Morse, Dave Fronek, Kevin Stemke, David Greenwood, Brad Brekke, Kevin Stemke, Drew Meyer, David Greenwood, Brad Brekke, Scott Cepicky,

138 Kickoff/Punt Return Records Career Records Kickoff Returns 1. David Gilreath, Brandon Williams, Fred Owens, Nick Davis, Kenzel Doe, Marvin Neal, , Aaron Stecker, Greg Johnson, 1969, Michael Morgan, Ira Matthews, Kickoff Return Yards 1. David Gilreath, , Brandon Williams, , Nick Davis, , Fred Owens, , Kenzel Doe, , Greg Johnson, 1969, , Aaron Stecker, , Marvin Neal, , , Ira Matthews, Tom Schinke, Kickoff Return Average (Minimum 30 returns) 1. Jared Abbrederis, Kenzel Doe, 2011-present Greg Johnson, 1969, Daniel Crooks, Chris Davis, Tom Schinke, Ron Smith, Nick Davis, Ira Matthews, Aaron Stecker, Kickoff Return Touchdowns 1. Ira Matthews, Nick Davis, Punt Returns 1. Jim Leonhard, Nick Davis, David Gilreath, Thad McFadden, , Troy Vincent, Jared Abbrederis, Kenzel Doe, Archie Burks, Ira Matthews, Keith Jackson, Punt Return Yards 1. Jim Leonhard, , Nick Davis, , Troy Vincent, Thad McFadden, , David Gilreath, Jared Abbrederis, Kenzel Doe, Ira Matthews, Brandon Williams, Gene Evans, 1947, Punt Return Average (Minimum 25 returns) 1. Brandon Williams, Jim Leonhard, Nick Davis, Troy Vincent, Jared Abbrederis, Thad McFadden, , Nate Odomes, Jim Miller, Louis Holland, David Gilreath, Punt Return Touchdowns 1. Ira Matthews, Troy Vincent, Nick Davis, Jim Leonhard, Season Records Kickoff Returns 1. David Gilreath, David Gilreath, Freddie Owens, Brandon Williams, Jared Abbrederis, Kenzel Doe, Nick Davis, David Gilreath, David Gilreath, Occurred numerous times 24 MR: Aaron Stecker, 1996 Kickoff Return Yards 1. David Gilreath, David Gilreath, Jared Abbrederis, Brandon Williams, David Gilreath, Brandon Williams, Kenzel Doe, Brandon Williams, Nate Odomes, David Gilreath, Kickoff Return Average (Minimum 10 returns) 1. Ira Matthews, Danny Crooks, Greg Johnson, Brandon Williams, Michael Jones, Dan Kissling, Kenzel Doe, Nick Davis, Ronald Smith, Thomas Schinke, Kickoff Return Touchdowns 1. Ira Matthews, Nick Davis,

139 Punt Returns 1. Keith Jackson, Jim Leonhard, Jim Leonhard, Jim Leonhard, Thad McFadden, Zach Hampton, Nick Davis, Jamel Brown, Brandon Williams, David Gilreath, Punt Return Yards 1. Jim Leonhard, Jim Leonhard, Jim Leonhard, Nick Davis, Thad McFadden, Brandon Williams, David Gilreath, Jared Abbrederis, Keith Jackson, Troy Vincent, Punt Return Average (Minimum 15 returns) 1. Ira Matthews, Jared Abbrederis, Nick Davis, Brandon Williams, David Gilreath, Troy Vincent, Jim Leonhard, Daniel Crooks, Jim Leonhard, Nick Davis, Punt Return Touchdowns 1. Earl Girard, Nick Davis, Jim Leonhard, Brandon Williams, Kickoff Return Yards 1. Jared Abbrederis vs. Oregon, 1/2/ David Gilreath vs. Michigan St., 9/29/ Clarence Self vs. Michigan, 11/15/ David Gilreath vs. Ohio State, 10/16/ Fred Owens vs. Illinois, 10/28/ Nate Odomes vs. Indiana, 11/1/ Tom Schinke vs. Michigan, 10/29/ Brandon Williams vs. Minn., 11/23/ Kenzel Doe vs. South Carolina, 1/1/ Jared Abbrederis vs. Mich. St., 12/3/ Kickoff Return Average (Minimum 3 returns) 1. Selvie Washington vs. Nebraska, 9/21/ Natrell Jamerson vs. Maryland, 11/7/ David Gilreath vs. Ohio State, 10/16/ Gary Ellerson vs. Iowa, 11/13/ Tom Schinke vs. Michigan, 10/29/ Punt Returns 1. Williams Lane vs. Indiana, 11/3/ Keith Jackson vs. Indiana, 9/24/ Greg Johnson vs. Northern Illinois, 9/11/ Jim Leonhard vs. West Virginia, 9/7/ Kenzel Doe vs. Bowling Green, 9/20/ Occurred numerous times 6 (MR: Aaron Stecker vs. Hawaii, 11/30/1996) Punt Return Yards 1. Earl Girard vs. Iowa, 11/8/ Greg Johnson vs. Northern Ill., 9/11/ Troy Vincent vs. Western Ill., 9/14/ Louis Holland vs. Indiana, 10/6/ Aaron Stecker vs. Hawaii, 11/30/ Punt Return Average (Minimum 3 returns) 1. Earl Girard vs. Iowa, 11/8/ Nick Davis vs. Murray State, 9/4/ Troy Vincent vs. Western Ill., 9/14/ Jim Leonhard vs. Purdue, 10/18/ Nick Davis vs. Penn State, 11/21/ Game Records Kickoff Returns 1. Jared Abbrederis vs. Oregon, 1/2/ David Gilreath vs. Michigan State, 9/29/ David Gilreath vs. Penn State, 10/11/ James White vs. Michigan State, 10/2/ Freddie Owens vs. Indiana, 11/11/ Aaron Stecker vs. Colorado, 9/2/ Ahmad Merritt vs. Syracuse, 8/24/ Brandon Williams vs. Minnesota, 11/23/ David Gilreath vs. Illinois, 10/6/ David Gilreath vs. Minnesota, 11/17/ Kenzel Doe vs. Ohio State, 12/6/ Longest Returns Kick Return off 100 (TD) Ira Matthews vs. Iowa, 11/6/ (TD) Michael Jones vs. Northwestern, 9/29/ (TD) Aaron Stecker vs. Minnesota, 11/11/ (TD) Natrell Jamerson vs. Maryland, 11/7/ (TD) Ira Matthews vs. Northwestern, 10/23/ (TD) David Gilreath vs. Ohio State, 10/16/2010 Pre-Modern Era (Prior to 1946) 100 (TD) Eddie Cochems vs. Chicago, 11/28/ (TD) Lynn Jordan vs. Michigan, 11/10/1934 Punt Return 90 (TD) Troy Vincent vs. Western Illinois, 9/14/ (TD) Josh Hunt vs. Western Michigan, 8/31/ (TD) Danny Crooks vs. Michigan, 10/31/ (TD) Earl Girard vs. Iowa, 11/8/ (TD) Greg Johnson vs. Northern Illinois, 9/11/1971 Pre-Modern Era (Prior to 1946) 75 (TD) Sam Behr vs. Lawrence, 10/4/

140 Statistical Champions Big Ten (Individual) Rushing Yards* 1941 Pat Harder Alan Ameche Alan Ameche Billy Marek Brent Moss Ron Dayne Ron Dayne Ron Dayne Anthony Davis P.J. Hill John Clay Montee Ball Melvin Gordon *per-game averages starting in 1974 Passing Yards 1941 Len Seelinger John Coatta John Coatta 1, Jim Miller Ron Miller Ron Miller 1, Ron Vander Kelen 1, Neil Graff 926 Pass Efficiency 2009 Scott Tolzien Scott Tolzien Russell Wilson Total Offense Yards* 1959 Dale Hackbart Ron Miller Ron Vander Kelen 1, Randy Wright *per-game averages starting in 1983 Receiving Yards 1941 Dave Schreiner Jerry Witt Pat Richter Pat Richter Rick Reichardt Lee Evans 1, Lee Evans 1, Brandon Williams 1,095 Scoring (Points) 1941 Pat Harder Don Kindt (tri-) Jerry Witt Lou Holland Lou Holland (co-) Billy Marek (co-) Billy Marek Ron Dayne Brian Calhoun P.J. Hill (co-) John Clay Montee Ball Melvin Gordon Scoring (TDs) 2009 John Clay Montee Ball Montee Ball Melvin Gordon 32 Punting Average 1943 Ray Dooney Rex Johns T.A. Cox Jim Hammond Jim Bakken Jim Bakken Ken Simmons Kevin Stemke Kevin Stemke Ken DeBauche 44.8 Interceptions Per Game 2002 Jim Leonhard Jim Leonhard 0.54 Pass Breakups 2002 Jim Leonhard 25 Punt Return Average 2007 David Gilreath Jared Abbrederis 15.8 All-Purpose Yards 2011 Montee Ball Melvin Gordon Tackles Per Game 2011 Mike Taylor 10.7 Big Ten (Team) Rushing Offense ypg ypg ypg ypg ypg ypg ypg ypg ypg ypg Passing Offense ypg ypg ypg ypg ypg Passing Efficiency rating rating 138 Total Offense ypg ypg ypg ypg ypg ypg ypg ypg Scoring Offense ppg ppg ppg ppg ppg ppg ppg ppg 3rd Down Conversions (73-145) (93-170) 4th Down Conversions (7-10) (14-18) (6-8) Red Zone Scoring (71-75) Scoring Defense ppg ppg ppg ppg ppg ppg Total Defense ypg ypg ypg ypg ypg Rushing Defense ypg ypg ypg ypg ypg Passing Defense ypg ypg ypg ypg ypg ypg ypg

141 Pass Efficiency Defense rating Opponent 3rd Down Conversions (53-170) (51-181) Opponent Red Zone Scoring (19-25) Time of Possession /game :43/game :55/game :57/game :13/game :34/game :51/game :58/game Turnover Margin Punting avg avg avg avg avg avg avg avg avg avg avg. Punt Returns avg avg avg avg avg avg avg. NCAA (Individual) Rushing 2014 Melvin Gordon Pass Efficiency 2011 Russell Wilson Scoring 1974 Billy Marek Montee Ball Melvin Gordon 13.7 Field Goals Per Game 1959 Karl Holzwarth 0.8 Kick Return Average 1976 Ira Matthews 29.6 Punt Return Average 1978 Ira Matthews 16.9 Interceptions Per Game 1998 Jamar Fletcher Jim Leonhard 0.79 All-Purpose Yards 2014 Melvin Gordon WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK NCAA (Team) Total Defense ypg Scoring Defense ppg ppg ppg Pass Efficiency Defense rating Time of Possession :43/game :55/game :58/game Turnover margin Passing offense ypg Scoring offense ppg Net punting avg Kickoff Returns avg avg avg avg avg avg avg. Kickoff Coverage avg. First Downs Fewest Penalties ypg ypg 139

142 Yearly Statistical Leaders Tackles Defensive Line Year No. Player (Solo-Asst.) Conor Sheehy (12-15) Chikwe Obasih (19-22) Arthur Goldberg (13-12) Pat Muldoon (15-14) David Gilbert (21-21) Louis Nzegwu (16-22) J.J. Watt (42-20) O Brien Schofield (43-19) Mike Newkirk (33-26) Matt Shaughnessy (41-19) Matt Shaughnessy (19-16) Nick Hayden (29-27) Anttaj Hawthorne (23-19) Anttaj Hawthorne (31-44) Anttaj Hawthorne (36-32) Wendell Bryant (48-21) Wendell Bryant (31-17) Wendell Bryant (29-19) Tom Burke (62-38) Tom Burke (54-32) Tarek Saleh (52-22) Jason Maniecki (50-30) Mike Thompson (48-32) Lamark Shackerford (45-15) Mike Thompson (44-40) Mike Thompson (61-44) Don Davey (64-58) John Banaszak (26-23) Chad VandeZande (25-35) Chad VandeZande (21-41) Michael Boykins (48-34) Michael Boykins (34-20) Scott Bergold (28-32) Scott Bergold (37-27) Tim Krumrie (67-42) Tim Krumrie (82-53) Tim Krumrie (72-33) Tim Krumrie (55-40) Dan Relich (66-38) Dan Relich (35-16) Dennis Stejskal (45-34) Dennis Stejskal (60-51) Mike Jenkins (47-48) Mike Seifert (48-27) Mike Jenkins (39-44) Jim Schymanski (42-26) Jim DeLisle (50-61) Bill Gregory (56-64) Jim DeLisle (60-23) Tom Domres (72-59) 1966 Linebackers Year No. Player (Solo-Asst.) T.J. Edwards (48-41) T.J. Edwards (41-43) Marcus Trotter (53-40) Chris Borland (73-39) Mike Taylor (69-54) Mike Taylor (60-90) Blake Sorensen (30-36) Jaevery McFadden (43-31) Jaevery McFadden (34-50) Jonathan Casillas (57-39) Mark Zalewski (55-35) Dontez Sanders (51-44) Dontez Sanders (35-41) Jeff Mack (45-53) Alex Lewis (56-30) Nick Greisen (101-66) Nick Greisen (90-56) Chris Ghidorzi (68-47) Donnel Thompson (65-44) Donnel Thompson (82-59) Pete Monty (95-83) Pete Monty (92-45) Pete Monty (71-60) Yusef Burgess (63-37) Aaron Norvell (79-69) Brendan Lynch (78-53) Gary Casper (75-65) Brendan Lynch (51-42) David Wings (62-53) David Wings (46-88) Michael Reid (102-54) Craig Raddatz (84-32) Jim Melka (61-66) Jim Melka (64-47) Jim Melka (68-62) Dave Levenick (67-54) Dave Levenick (63-35) Larry Spurlin (57-61) Dave Crossen (74-59) Dave Crossen (85-90) Tim Halleran (54-50) John Zimmerman (57-45) Rick Jakious (61-43) Rick Jakious (74-64) Dave Lokanc (101-80) Dave Lokanc (79-83) Chuck Winfrey (70-70) Ken Criter (81-52) Ken Criter (85-84) Bob Richter (62-68) Defensive Backs Year No. Player (Solo-Asst.) Leo Musso (50-24) Michael Caputo (36-29) Michael Caputo (64-42) Michael Caputo (36-27) Dezmen Southward (44-25) Aaron Henry (44-23) Aaron Henry (47-11) Devin Smith (41-14) Jay Valai (35-21) Shane Carter (39-17) Joe Stellmacher (53-31) Joe Stellmacher (48-42) Jim Leonhard (44-28) Jim Leonhard (63-35) Ryan Aiello (73-32) Joey Boese (63-30) Jason Doering (73-24) Jason Doering (79-32)

143 Jason Doering (71-23) Bobby Myers (48-22) Kevin Huntley (55-36) Kevin Huntley (61-35) Jamel Brown (67-31) Reggie Holt (56-31) Reggie Holt (59-27) Reggie Holt (77-67) Greg Thomas (46-77) Rafael Robinson (57-24) Greg Thomas (45-23) Greg Thomas (42-63) Bobby Taylor (50-30) Troy Spencer (57-18) Russ Bellford (46-28) Brian Marrow (42-34) David Greenwood (36-19) David Greenwood (53-21) David Greenwood (29-20) David Greenwood (41-24) George Welch (26-23) Greg Gordon (41-28) Scott Erdmann (47-15) Terry Buss (53-49) Terry Buss (53-26) Terry Buss (40-38) Dan Baron (39-25) Neovia Greyer (52-42) Ron Buss (39-30) Mike Cavill (42-15) Gary Reineck (45-40) 1966 Rushing (yardage leaders) Year Player Att. Yards 2016 Corey Clement 314 1, Dare Ogunbowale Melvin Gordon 343 2, Melvin Gordon 206 1, Montee Ball 356 1, Montee Ball 307 1, James White 256 1, John Clay 287 1, P.J. Hill 226 1, P.J. Hill 233 1, P.J. Hill 311 1, Brian Calhoun 348 1, Anthony Davis Dwayne Smith Anthony Davis 300 1, Anthony Davis 291 1, Michael Bennett 310 1, Ron Dayne 337 2, Ron Dayne 295 1, Ron Dayne 263 1, Ron Dayne 325 2, Carl McCullough 236 1, Terrell Fletcher 244 1, Brent Moss 312 1, Brent Moss Terrell Fletcher Robert Williams Jimmy Henderson Marvin Artley Marvin Artley Larry Emery Larry Emery 224 1, Marck Harrison Gary Ellerson Troy King John Williams John Williams Dave Mohapp Ira Matthews Mike Morgan Larry Canada Billy Marek 272 1, Billy Marek 205 1, Billy Marek 241 1, Rufus Ferguson 215 1, Rufus Ferguson 249 1, Rufus Ferguson Alan Thompson Wayne Todd John Smith Wayne Todd Tom Jankowski Ronald Smith Louis Holland Ralph Kurek Jim Nettles Tom Wiesner Dale Hackbart John Hobbs Danny Lewis Danny Lewis Charles Thomas Alan Ameche Alan Ameche Alan Ameche 233 1, Alan Ameche Rollie Strehlow Bob Teague Ben Bendrick Clarence Self Earl Maves Passing (yardage leaders) Year Player Att. Com. Yards TD 2016 Alex Hornibrook , Joel Stave , Joel Stave , Joel Stave , Joel Stave , Russell Wilson , Scott Tolzien , Scott Tolzien , Dustin Sherer , Tyler Donovan , John Stocco , John Stocco , John Stocco , Jim Sorgi , Brooks Bollinger , Brooks Bollinger , Brooks Bollinger , Brooks Bollinger , Mike Samuel , Mike Samuel , Mike Samuel , Darrell Bevell , Darrell Bevell , Darrell Bevell ,

144 1992 Darrell Bevell , Tony Lowery Tony Lowery , Sean Wilson Tony Lowery Tony Lowery Bud Keyes , Bud Keyes Mike Howard , Randy Wright , Randy Wright , Jess Cole , John Josten Mike Kalasmiki , Mike Kalasmiki , Anthony Dudley Mike Carroll , Mike Carroll Gregg Bohlig , Gregg Bohlig , Rudy Steiner , Neil Graff , Neil Graff , Neil Graff , John Ryan John Boyajian John Boyajian Chuck Burt , Harold Brandt , Harold Brandt , Ron Vander Kelen , Ron Miller , Ron Miller , Dale Hackbart Dale Hackbart Sid Williams Sid Williams Jim Haluska , Jim Miller Jim Miller Jim Haluska , John Coatta , John Coatta Bob Petruska Bob Petruska Earl Girard Lisle Blackbourne Receiving (yardage leaders) Year Player No. Yards 2016 Jazz Peavy Alex Erickson Alex Erickson Jared Abbrederis 78 1, Jared Abbrederis Jared Abbrederis Lance Kendricks Nick Toon Garrett Graham Travis Beckum Travis Beckum Brandon Williams 59 1, Brandon Williams Lee Evans 64 1, Jonathan Orr Lee Evans 75 1, Chris Chambers Chris Chambers Chris Chambers Donald Hayes Donald Hayes Michael London Tony Simmons Lee DeRamus Lee DeRamus Lee DeRamus Tim Ware Craig Hudson Scott Bestor Scott Bestor Reggie Tompkins Tim Fullington Al Toon Al Toon Tim Stracka Michael Jones Tim Stracka Tom Stauss David Charles David Charles David Charles Ray Bailey Jeff Mack Jack Novak Jeff Mack Albert Hannah Larry Mialik Stu Voigt Mel Reddick Tom McCauley Tom McCauley Dennis Lager Jimmy Jones Rick Reichardt Pat Richter Pat Richter Pat Richter Alan Schoonover Ron Steiner Earl Hill Dave Howard Dave Howard Ron Locklin Norbert Esser Jerry Witt Jerry Witt Gene Felker Hal Haberman Jim Embach Tom Bennett Tom Bennett Scoring (points leaders) Year Player Pts Corey Clement Rafael Gaglianone Melvin Gordon James White Montee Ball Montee Ball Philip Welch John Clay Philip Welch Taylor Mehlhaff 105

145 2006 P.J. Hill Brian Calhoun Anthony Davis Lee Evans Anthony Davis Anthony Davis Vitaly Pisetsky Ron Dayne Matt Davenport Ron Dayne Ron Dayne John Hall Terrell Fletcher Brent Moss Rich Thompson Terrell Fletcher Rich Thompson Rich Thompson Robb Mehring Todd Gregoire Todd Gregoire Todd Gregoire Todd Gregoire Gary Ellerson Troy King Mark Doran Jess Cole Steve Veith Ira Matthews Steve Veith Vince Lamia Billy Marek Billy Marek Billy Marek Rufus Ferguson Rufus Ferguson Larry Mialik Alan Thompson John Ryan Tom Schinke Tom Schinke Bill Fritz Jimmy Jones Lou Holland Lou Holland Pat Richter Erv Kunesh Dale Hackbart Dale Hackbart two players with Danny Lewis Charles Thomas Alan Ameche Jim Miller three players with Jerry Witt John Coatta Lisle Blackbourne Wally Dreyer Lisle Blackbourne Ben Bendrick 30 Total Offense (yardage leaders) Year Player Total 2016 Corey Clement 1, Joel Stave 2, Melvin Gordon 2, Joel Stave 2, Montee Ball 1, Russell Wilson 3, Scott Tolzien 2, Scott Tolzien 2, Dustin Sherer 1, Tyler Donovan 2, John Stocco 2, John Stocco 2, John Stocco 1, Jim Sorgi 2, Brooks Bollinger 2, Brooks Bollinger 1, Brooks Bollinger 1, Ron Dayne 2, Mike Samuel 1, Mike Samuel 2, Ron Dayne 2, Darrell Bevell 2, Terrell Fletcher 1,476 Darrell Bevell 1, Darrell Bevell 2, Darrell Bevell 1, Tony Lowery Tony Lowery 1, Sean Wilson Lionell Crawford Marvin Artley Bud Keyes 1, Larry Emery 1, Mike Howard 2, Randy Wright 2, Randy Wright 2, Jess Cole 1, John Josten Mike Kalasmiki 1, Mike Kalasmiki 1, Anthony Dudley Mike Carroll 1, Billy Marek 1, Gregg Bohlig 1, Gregg Bohlig 1, Rudy Steiner 1, Neil Graff 1, Neil Graff 1, Neil Graff 1, John Ryan John Boyajian John Ryan Chuck Burt 1, Hal Brandt Hal Brandt 1, Ron Vander Kelen 1, Ron Miller 1, Ron Miller 1, Dale Hackbart 1, Dale Hackbart 1, Sid Williams Danny Lewis Jim Haluska 1, Jim Miller Jim Miller Jim Haluska 1, John Coatta 1, John Coatta Bob Petruska Bob Bendrick Earl Girard Earl Maves

146 Team Records Team Offense Records (Season) Total Offense Per Game ypg (6,251 yards/13 games) ypg (6,578 yards/14 games) ypg (6,564 yards/14 games) ypg (5,462 yards/12 games) ypg (5,787 yards/13 games) ypg (5,083 yards/12 games) ypg (5,006 yards/12 games) ypg (4,990 yards/13 games) ypg (4,545 yards/11 games) ypg (5,314 yards/13 games) 2007 Total Offense 1. 6,578 yards (14 games) ,564 yards (14 games) ,251 yards (13 games) ,787 yards (13 games) ,506 yards (14 games) ,462 yards (12 games) ,420 yards (13 games) ,350 yards (14 games) ,314 yards (13 games) ,190 yards (13 games) 2008 Plays (5,350 yards) (6,564 yards) (4,966 yards) (6,578 yards) (5,314 yards) (4,922 yards) (5,506 yards) (5,420 yards) (6,251 yards) (5,155 yards) 2005 Rushing Yards Per Game ypg (4,482 yards/14 games) ypg (3,162 yards/11 games) ypg (3,689 yards/13 games) ypg (3,305 yards/12 games) ypg (2,437 yards/9 games) ypg (3,009 yards/12 games) ypg (3,242 yards/13 games) ypg (3,194 yards/13 games) ypg (2,934 yards/12 games) ypg (2,626 yards/11 games) 1973 Rushing Yards 1. 4,482 yards (14 games) ,689 yards (13 games) ,309 yards (14 games) ,305 yards (12 games) ,298 yards (14 games) ,242 yards (13 games) ,194 yards (13 games) ,162 yards (11 games) ,009 yards (12 games) ,934 yards (12 games) 1994 Rushing Attempts rushes (14 games) rushes (14 games) rushes (14 games) rushes (12 games) rushes (14 games) rushes (13 games) rushes (13 games) rushes (11 games) rushes (14 games) rushes (12 games) 1993 Average Per Carry ypc (4,482 yards/648 att.) ypc (3,689 yards/557 att.) ypc (3,242 yards/587 att.) ypc (3,194 yards/584 att.) ypc (3,298 yards/609 att.) ypc (2,934 yards/545 att.) ypc (3,309 yards/635 att.) ypc (3,305 yards/636 att.) ypc (3,162 yards/612 att.) ypc (3,009 yards/603 att.) 1993 Rushing Touchdowns (13 games) (14 games) (14 games) (11 games) (14 games) (12 games) (13 games) (13 games) (9 games) (13 games) 2009 Passing Yards Per Game ypg (3,280 yards/14 games) ypg (2,969 yards/13 games) ypg (2,968 yards/13 games) ypg (2,439 yards/11 games) ypg (2,833 yards/13 games) ypg (2,381 yards/11 games) ypg (2,770 yards/13 games) ypg (2,556 yards/12 games) ypg (2,749 yards/13 games) ypg (2,704 yards/13 games) 2007 Passing Yards 1. 3,280 yards (14 games) ,969 yards (13 games) ,968 yards (13 games) ,833 yards (13 games) ,770 yards (13 games) ,749 yards (13 games) ,704 yards (13 games) ,593 yards (13 games) ,562 yards (13 games) ,556 yards (12 games)

147 Passing Attempts (13 games) (13 games) (13 games) (12 games) (13 games) (13 games) (11 games) (13 games) (11 games) (12 games) 2003 Pass Completions (13 games) (14 games) (13 games) (13 games) (11 games) (13 games) (14 games) (13 games) (13 games) (13 games) 2006 Completion Percentage (202 comp./276 att.) (233 comp./328 att.) (191 comp./283 att.) (218 comp./340 att.) (202 comp./323 att.) (206 comp./332 att.) (217 comp./355 att.) (252 comp./419 att.) (200 comp./337 att.) (181 comp./306 att.) 1994 Passing Touchdowns (14 games) (13 games) (13 games) (13 games) (12 games) (12 games) (11 games) (13 games) (four times, most recently 2010) Fewest Interceptions 1. 3 (12 games) (10 games) (12 games) (14 games) (11 games) (13 games) (14 games) (11 games) (12 games) (three times, most recently 2002) Scoring Offense Per Game ppg (618 points/14 games) ppg (539 points/13 games) ppg (453 points/13 games) ppg (484 points/14 games) ppg (446 points/13 games) ppg (409 points/12 games) ppg (359 points/11 games) ppg (322 points/10 games) ppg (382 points/12 games) ppg (413 points/13 games) Scoring Offense points (14 games) points (13 games) points (14 games) points (13 games) points (13 games) points (14 games) points (13 games) points (12 games) points (14 games) points (13 games) 2007 Fewest Fumbles 1. 8 (12 games) (14 games) (13 games) (12 games) (14 games) (12 games) (13 games) (13 games) (11 games) (12 games) 1986 Fewest Fumbles Lost 1. 3 (13 games) (13 games) (14 games) (13 games) (13 games) (12 games) (14 games) (14 games) (12 games) (9 games) (11 games) 1983 First Downs Highest Third-Down Percentage (since 1981)

148 Kickoff Returns (1,072 yards) (1,011 yards) (1,105 yards) (1,129 yards) (1,208 yards) (1,164 yards) (992 yards) (988 yards) (999 yards) (928 yards) (878 yards) 1998 Kickoff Return Yards 1. 1,208 yards (54 returns) ,164 (53 returns) ,129 (55 returns) ,105 (56 returns) ,072 (48 returns) ,072 (61 returns) ,072 (49 returns) ,011 (59 returns) (52 returns) (53 returns) 1997 Average Per Kick Return (28 returns/657 yds.) (20 returns/485 yds.) (25 returns/596 yds.) (31 returns/716 yds.) (54 returns/1,208 yds.) (48 returns/1,072 yds.) (43 returns/954 yds.) (22 returns/489 yds.) (28 returns/619 yds.) (32 returns/705 yds.) (53 returns/1,164 yds.) 1986 Punt Returns (428 yards) (489 yards) (487 yards) (426 yards) (292 yards) (450 yards) (466 yards) (530 yards) (237 yards) (432 yards) 2007 Punt Return Yards (37 returns) (30 returns) , 490 (33 returns) (47 returns) (43 returns) (33 returns) (35 returns) (38 returns) (38 returns) (36 returns) 2007 Average Per Punt Return (30 returns/524 yds.) (22 returns/332 yds.) (33 returns/490 yds.) (33 returns/484 yds.) (37 returns/530 yds.) (35 returns/478 yds.) (29 returns/391 yds.) (20 returns/250 yds.) (24 returns/297 yds.) (38 returns/466 yds.) 2004 Punts (3,047 yards) (3,233 yards) (2,803 yards) (2,780 yards) (2,787 yards) (2,618 yards) (2,612 yards) (2,624 yards) (3,155 yards) (2,788 yards) 2015 Punt Yards 1. 3,233 (81 punts) ,155 (72 punts) ,101 (70 punts) ,047 (81 punts) ,879 (67 punts) ,803 (80 punts) ,788 (71 punts) ,787 (75 punts) ,782 (68 punts) ,780 (77 punts) 2002 Average Per Punt (58 punts/2,582 yds.) (70 punts/3,101 yds.) (72 punts/3,155 yds.) (67 punts/2,879 yds.) (38 punts/1,623 yds.) (60 punts/2,543 yds.) (46 punts/1,943 yds.) (59 punts/2,468 yds.) (50 punts/2,090 yds.) (44 punts/1,833 yds.) 1975 Field Goals

149 Field Goals Attempted Field Goal Percentage (19/21) (19/22) (21/25) (20/24) (14/17) (16/20) (16/20) (17/22) (20/26) (13/17) 1986 Extra Points Extra Points Attempted Extra Point Percentage 1, (68/68) (47/47) (42/42) (32/32) (27/27) (26/26) (22/22) (19/19) (57/58) (47/48) (43/44) 2002 Team Offense Records (Game) Total Offense (ALL 600-YARD GAMES) 756 Bowling Green (644 rush, 112 pass), 9/20/ Indiana (461 rush, 244 pass), 10/16/ Indiana (554 rush, 122 pass), 11/16/ Nebraska (539 rush, 101 pass) 12/1/ Indiana (372 rush, 260 pass), 9/24/ Wyoming (548 rush, 82 pass), 10/6/ Michigan State (245 rush, 385 pass), 11/15/ Nebraska (581 rush, 46 pass), 11/15/ Northwestern (406 rush, 219 pass), 10/1/ Northern Illinois (266 rush, 355 pass), 9/17/ Austin Peay (346 rush, 272 pass), 9/25/ South Dakota (267 rush, 345 pass), 9/24/ Northwestern (551 rush, 57 pass), 11/16/ Tenn. Tech (387 rush, 219 pass), 9/7/ Minnesota (182 rush, 423 pass), 10/23/ Purdue (364 rush, 241 pass), 11/5/ at Indiana (564 rush, 41 pass), 11/10/ Iowa (420 rush, 184 pass), 11/13/ Hawaii (499 rush, 103 pass), 11/30/ Indiana (441 rush, 160 pass), 11/8/2008 Opponent best: 674 at N western (313 rush, 361 pass), 10/8/2005 Rushing Offense (ALL 400-YARD GAMES) 644 Bowling Green (60 att.), 9/20/ Nebraska (53 att.), 11/15/ at Indiana (64 att.), 11/10/ Indiana (50 att.), 11/16/ Northwestern (79 att.), 11/16/ Wyoming (70 att.), 10/6/ Nebraska (50 att.) 12/1/ Hawaii (56 att.), 11/30/ Northwestern (61 att.), 10/31/ Indiana (56 att.), 10/16/ Marquette (65 att.), 9/29/ Indiana (61 att.), 11/8/ Minnesota (70 att.), 11/23/ Iowa (60 att.), 11/13/ Minnesota (68 att.), 11/23/ Northwestern (n/a), 11/9/ Northwestern (55 att.), 10/30/ Northwestern (49 att.) 10/1/ Akron (63 att.), 8/30/ San Jose State (67 att.), 9/13/ Illinois (47 att.), 10/11/ Auburn (54 att.), 1/1/2015 Opponent best: 452 by Kansas (66 att.), 1975 Passing Offense (ALL 300 YARD GAMES) 423 Minnesota (31-48), 10/23/ USC (34-49), 1/1/ Illinois (27-49), 10/6/ Michigan State (17-26), 11/15/ Michigan State (20-37), 10/27/ Northwestern (21-31), 10/20/ Northern Illinois (24-34), 9/17/ Iowa (35-51), 11/18/ South Dakota (19-27), 9/24/ Penn State (29-55), 11/30/ Indiana (18-23), 9/30/ Marshall (18-27), 9/6/

150 326 Northwestern (24-31), 10/8/ Iowa (25-54), 11/5/ Nebraska (24-50), 10/10/ Purdue (30-39), 10/17/ Ohio State (23-39), 10/29/ Purdue (16-33), 11/12/ Penn State (19-34). 11/5/ Minnesota (20-41), 11/25/ Buffalo (16-27), 11/18/ Minnesota (23-34), 11/8/ Purdue (20-30), 10/2/ Minnesota (17-27), 11/11/ Auburn (15-27), 1/2/2006 Opponent best: 494 by Purdue (55-83), 1998 Scoring Offense 83 Indiana, 11/13/ Austin Peay, 9/25/ Northwestern, 11/27/ Nebraska, 12/1/ New Mexico State, 9/29/ Bowling Green, 9/20/ Temple, 9/10/ Indiana, 9/24/ Purdue, 11/5/ Marquette, 9/28/1957 Opponent best: 63 by Indiana, 10/6/2001 Rushing Yards: 644 vs. Bowling Green (60 att.), 9/20/2014 Attempts: 79 vs. Northwestern (551 yards), 11/16/1974 Average per carry: vs. Nebraska (53-581), 11/15/2014 Touchdowns: 8 vs. Nebraska, 12/1/2012 Passing Yards: 423 vs. Minnesota (31-48), 10/23/1993 Attempts: 55 vs. Penn State (29 comp.), 11/30/2013 Completions: 35 vs. Iowa (51 att.), 11/18/1995 Completion percentage:.947 vs. Northwestern (18-19), 10/9/1993 Touchdowns: 5 vs. Nevada, 9/4/1993; Purdue, 10/16/1993; Michigan St., 11/15/2003 Interceptions: 6 vs. Northwestern, 11/10/1956; Washington, 9/28/1968; Iowa, 11/13/1982 Scoring Points: 83 vs. Indiana, 11/13/2010 Field goals: 4, seven times, MR: vs. Michigan, 9/27/2008 Total Offense Yards: 756 vs. Bowling Green (644 rushing, 112 passing), 9/20/2014 Plays: 97 vs. Iowa (395 yards), 10/11/1969; Illinois (561 yards), 11/15/1969 Kickoff Returns Yards: 201 vs. Oregon (8 returns), 1/2/2012 Returns: 10 vs. Ohio State (161 yards), 11/8/1969; Michigan (174 yards), 10/1/1988 Average per return: 46.0 vs. Northern Illinois (3-138), 9/14/1985 Punt Returns Yards: 277 vs. Iowa (7 ret.), 11/8/1947 Returns: 11 vs. Indiana (96 yards), 11/3/1951 Average per return: 39.6 vs. Iowa (7-277), 11/8/1947 Punting Yards: 514 vs. Michigan (11 punts), 9/23/ 2006 Punts: 13 vs. Miami, Fla. (504 yards), 9/9/1989 Average per punt: 52.3 vs. Missouri (4-209), 10/5/1974 Miscellaneous Most fumbles: 10 vs. Indiana, 11/3/1951; Ohio State, 10/18/1975 Most fumbles lost: 6 vs. Michigan State, 11/2/1963; Minnesota, 11/21/1964 Highest 3rd-down percentage:.909 vs. Northwestern (10-11), 10/9/1993 Most penalties: 13 vs. Oregon (91 yards), 9/30/1978; Kentucky (133 yards), 12/29/1984 Most penalty yards: 133 vs. Kentucky (13 penalties), 12/29/1984 Fewest penalties: 0, many times (MR: at Iowa, 10/22/2016) Team Defense Records (Season) Total Defense Per Game yards (1,393 yards/9 games) yards (2,079 yards/9 games) yards (2,431 yards/10 games) yards (2,197 yards/9 games) yards (2,203 yards/9 games) yards (2,224 yards/9 games) yards (3,290 yards/13 games) yards (2,355 yards/9 games) yards (2,357 yards/9 games) yards (2,364 yards/9 games) 1946 Total Defense 1. 1,393 yards (9 games) ,079 yards (9 games) ,197 yards (9 games) ,203 yards (9 games) ,224 yards (9 games) ,355 yards (9 games) ,357 yards (9 games) ,364 yards (9 games) ,409 yards (9 games) ,431 yards (10 games) 1952 Rushing Yards Allowed Per Game yards (601 yards/9 games) yards (1,147 yards/13 games) yards (1,106 yards/12 games) yards (1,240 yards/13 games) yards (1,383 yards/14 games) yards (1,333 yards/13 games) yards (1,319 yards/12 games) yards (1,121 yards/10 games) yards (1,492 yards/13 games) yards (1,497 yards/13 games) 1996 Rushing Yards Allowed yards (9 games) ,045 yards (9 games) ,106 yards (12 games) ,121 yards (10 games) ,147 yards (13 games) ,162 yards (9 games) ,183 yards (9 games) ,214 yards (10 games) ,240 yards (13 games) ,290 yards (9 games)

151 Lowest Average Per Carry (601 yards/345 att.) (1,106 yards/415 att.) (1,183 yards/424 att.) (1,121 yards/400 att.) (1,147 yards/397 att.) (1,045 yards/359 att.) (1,214 yards/404 att.) (1,293 yards/425 att.) (1,162 yards/381 att.) (1,349 yards/441 att.) 1992 Rushing Touchdowns Allowed (since 1965) 1. 5 (12 games) (12 games) (13 games) (13 games) (14 games) (13 games) (13 games) (11 games) (12 games) (12 games) (11 games) 1991 Passing Yards Allowed Per Game ypg (717 yards/11 games) ypg (661 yards/9 games) ypg (695 yards/9 games) ypg (704 yards/9 games) ypg (712 yards/9 games) ypg (723 yards/9 games) ypg (792 yards/9 games) ypg (1,002 yards/11 games) ypg (877 yards/9 games) ypg (896 yards/9 games) ypg (896 yards/9 games) 1963 Passing Yards Allowed yards (9 games) yards (9 games) yards (9 games) yards (9 games) yards (11 games) yards (9 games) yards (9 games) yards (9 games) yards (9 games) yards (9 games) 1963 Lowest Completion Percentage Against (52 comp./141 att.) (44 comp./117 att.) (58 comp./149 att.) (76 comp./195 att.) (51 comp./129 att.) (79 comp./197 att.) (72 comp./173 att.) (56 comp./132 att.) (78 comp./183 att.) (56 comp./131 att.) 1946 Passing Touchdowns Allowed (since 1959) 1. 3 (9 games) (11 games) (11 games) (13 games) (10 games) (13 games) (11 games) (9 games) (9 games) (eight times, most recently 1999) Interceptions (12 games) (9 games) (9 games) (10 games) (12 games) (10 games) (11 games) (14 games) (14 games) (three times, most recently 2000) Scoring Defense Per Game ppg (59 points/9 games) ppg (77 points/9 games) ppg (97 points/9 games) ppg (98 points/9 games) ppg (143 points/12 games) ppg (157 points/13 games) ppg (110 points/9 games) ppg (154 points/12 games) ppg (130 points/10 games) ppg (122 points/9 games) 1957 Scoring Defense points (9 games) points (9 games) points (9 games) points (9 games) points (9 games) points (9 games) points (9 games) points (9 games) points (10 games) points (12 games) 1998 Fumbles Forced (11 games) (10 games) (9 games) (10 games) (11 games) (11 games) (9 games) (10 games) (five times, most recently 1986) 149

152 Fumbles Recovered (11 games) (9 games) (10 games) (11 games) (10 games) (12 games) (10 games) (11 games) (11 games) (six times, most recently 1997) Lowest Third-Down Percentage (since 1981) Team Defense Records (Game) Total Defense 45 Temple (-11 rush, 56 pass), 9/10/ California (24 rush, 47 pass), 9/28/ Marquette (60 rush, 14 pass), 9/24/ Illinois (25 rush, 54 pass), 10/8/ Iowa (-18 rush, 100 pass), 11/17/ N. Illinois (-13 rush, 112 pass), 10/20/ Ohio (65 rush, 37 pass), 9/12/ Ohio State (61 rush, 45 pass), 10/13/ Northwestern (23 rush, 90 pass), 10/27/ Tenn. Tech (44 rush, 69 pass), 9/7/ twice, MR: S.D. St. (13 rush, 102 pass), 9/16/2006 Wisconsin worst: 59, Iowa (47 rush, 12 pass), 10/30/1954 Scoring Defense 0 many times (MR: vs. Hawai i, 9/26/2015) Wisconsin worst: 0 many times (MR: vs. Ohio State, 12/6/2014) Rushing Yards: -18 by Iowa (34 att.), 11/17/1951 Attempts: 13 by Illinois (55 yards), 10/24/2015 Average per carry: -0.5 by Iowa (34-minus 18), 11/17/1951 Touchdowns: 0, many times (MR: vs. Rutgers 10/31/2015) Passing Yards: 0, six times (MR: vs. Minnesota, 11/19/1977) Attempts: 3, twice (MR: vs. Ohio State, 10/28/1961) Completions: 0, five times (MR: vs. Minnesota, 11/19/1977) Touchdowns: 0, many times (MR: vs. Northwestern, 11/21/2015) Interceptions: 7 vs. Minnesota, 11/20/1954 Miscellaneous Most fumbles: 10 vs. Syracuse, 9/23/1972 Most fumbles lost: 7 vs. Syracuse, 9/23/1972 Lowest 3rd-down pct.:.000 vs. Illinois (0-9), 11/12/2016 Most penalties: 15 by Illinois (151 yards), 10/24/1981 Most penalty yards: 151 by Illinois (15 pen.), 10/24/1981 Fewest penalties: 0, many times Lowest time of possession: 9:17 by Hawaii, 9/12/1987 Rushing Defense -18 Iowa (34 att.), 11/17/ Northern Illinois (18), 10/20/ Temple (26 att.), 9/10/ San Diego State (26 att.), 10/4/ Stanford (27 att.), 1/1/ Miami (Ohio) (24 att.), 9/12/ Western Michigan (20 att.), 8/31/ Marquette (16 att.), 9/21/ Michigan State (33 att.), 10/2/ twice, MR: San Diego State (26 att.), 9/16/2006 Wisconsin worst: -51, Notre Dame (28 att.), 9/26/1964 Passing Defense 0 Indiana (1-8), 11/3/ Northwestern (0-6), 11/10/ Michigan State (0-4), 9/30/ Minnesota (0-4), 11/25/ Purdue (0-7), 10/11/ Minnesota (0-3), 11/19/ Kansas (1-3), 10/4/ Ohio State (1-3), 10/25/ Marquette (3-17), 9/24/ three times, MR: Michigan St. (1-11), 10/21/1972 Wisconsin worst: 0, Purdue (1-3), 10/11/1958; OSU (0-8), 11/18/

153 Camp Randall Stadium Records Individual WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Rushing Attempts: 52, Anthony Thompson (Indiana), 11/11/1989; [50, Ron Dayne vs. Minnesota, 11/9/1996] Yards Rushing: 408, Melvin Gordon vs. Nebraska, 11/15/2014 TDs Rushing: 6, Levron Williams (Indiana), 10/6/2001; [5, Billy Marek vs. Minnesota, 11/23/1974; Anthony Davis vs. Minnesota, 11/23/2002; Brian Calhoun vs. Bowling Green, 9/3/2005; Melvin Gordon vs. Bowling Green, 9/20/2014] Long Run: 92, James White vs. Indiana, 11/16/2013 Pass Attempts: 83, Drew Brees (Purdue), 10/10/1998; [54, Randy Wright vs. Iowa, 11/5/1983] Pass Completions: 55, Drew Brees (Purdue), 10/10/1998; [35, Darrell Bevell vs. Iowa, 11/18/1995] Yards Passing: 494, Drew Brees (Purdue), 10/10/1998; [352, Darrell Bevell vs. Iowa, 11/18/1995] TDs Passing: 5, Darrell Bevell vs. Nevada, 9/4/1993; Jim Sorgi vs. Michigan State, 11/15/2003 Long Pass: 99, Jim Sorgi vs. Akron, 9/6/2003 Receptions: 18, Randall Lane (Purdue), 10/10/1998; [13, Matt Nyquist vs. Iowa, 11/18/1995] Yards Receiving: 258, Lee Evans vs. Michigan State, 11/15/2003 TDs Receiving: 5, Lee Evans vs. Michigan State, 11/15/2003 Long Reception: 99, Lee Evans vs. Akron, 9/6/2003 Points: 36, Levron Williams (Indiana), 10/6/2001; [30, Billy Marek vs. Minnesota, 11/23/1974; Anthony Davis vs. Minnesota, 11/23/2002; Lee Evans vs. Michigan State, 11/15/2003; Brian Calhoun vs. Bowling Green, 9/3/2005; Melvin Gordon vs. Bowling Green, 9/20/2014] Field Goals: 5, Mike Bass (Illinois), 10/23/1982; [4, 6 times, MR: Vitaly Pisetsky vs. Michigan State, 10/23/1999] Long Field Goal: 57, Philip Welch vs. Fresno State, 9/12/2009 Long Interception Return: 100, John Hardy (California), 9/8/1990; [98, Billy Lowe vs. Purdue, 10/16/1954] Long Punt Return: 90, Troy Vincent vs. Western Illinois, 9/14/1991 Long Kickoff Return: 100, Ira Matthews vs. Iowa, 11/6/1976 Long Punt: 86, Kevin Stemke vs. Michigan State, 10/23/1999 Team Rushing Attempts: 72 vs. Indiana, 10/25/1969; vs. Illinois, 11/15/1969 Yards Rushing: 644 vs. Bowling Green, 9/20/2014 TDs Rushing: 8 vs. Bowling Green, 9/20/2014 Passing Attempts: 84 by Purdue, 10/10/1998; [55 vs. Penn State, 11/30/2013] Completions: 55 by Purdue, 10/10/1998; [35 vs. Iowa, 11/18/1995] Yards Passing: 494 by Purdue, 10/10/1998; [385 vs. Michigan State, 11/15/2003] TDs Passing: 5 vs. Nevada, 9/4/1993; vs. Michigan State, 11/15/2003; by Bowling Green, 9/3/2005 Points: 83 vs. Indiana, 11/13/2010 Plays: 104 by Purdue, 11/2/1996 [97 vs. Iowa, 10/11/1969; vs. Illinois, 11/15/1969] Yards Total Offense: 756 vs. Bowling Green, 9/20/2014 [Wisconsin Record] Best Opponent Performances Yards Rushing: 377, Anthony Thompson, Indiana, 11/11/1989 Rushing Attempts: 52, Anthony Thompson, Indiana, 11/11/1989 TDs Rushing: 6, Levron Williams, Indiana, 10/6/2001 Longest Rush: 93, Lawrence Maroney, Minnesota, 10/15/2005 Pass Attempts: 83, Drew Brees, Purdue, 10/10/1998 Pass Completions: 55, Drew Brees, Purdue, 10/10/1998 Yards Passing: 494, Drew Brees, Purdue, 10/10/1998 TDs Passing: 5, Omar Jacobs, Bowling Green, 9/3/2005 Longest Pass: 89, Ricky Foggie to Melvin Anderson, Minnesota, 11/9/1985 Receptions: 18, Randall Lane, Purdue, 10/10/1998 Yards Receiving: 200, Bart Burrell, Purdue, 9/13/1980 TDs Receiving: 3, Jade Butcher, Indiana, 10/25/1969; Alan Dick, Indiana, 10/9/1971; Archie Gray, Wyoming, 10/6/1973 Yards Total Offense: 495, Drew Brees, Purdue, 10/10/1998 Field Goals: 5, Mike Bass, Illinois, 10/23/1982; Chris White, Illinois, 10/6/1984; John Langeloh, Michigan State, 11/19/1988 Longest Field Goal: 55, Paul Edinger, Michigan State, 10/23/1999 Interceptions: 4, Paul Beery, Purdue, 10/9/1976 Longest Punt Return: 93, Stephen Porter, Indiana, 10/24/1970 Longest Kickoff Return: 100, Rick Upchurch, Minnesota, 11/23/1974; Seth Smith, Michigan, 10/29/1994; Derin Graham, Indiana, 10/3/1998 Longest Fumble Return: 75, Derek Nicholson, Florida State, 12/27/

154 Offensive Statistical Trends Total Offense Rushing Passing 1st 3rd Pen. GP Yards YPG Att. Yards YPG TD PC-PA-I Pct. Yds YPG TD Dwn. Dwn. Fum. Yds. Pts PPG , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

155 Total Offense Rushing Passing 1st 3rd Pen. GP Yards YPG Att. Yards YPG TD PC-PA-I Pct. Yds YPG TD Dwn. Dwn. Fum. Yds. Pts PPG , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , * 10 2, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , *does not include Rose Bowl WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK

156 Defensive Statistical Trends Total Offense Rushing Passing 1st 3rd Pen. GP Yards YPG Att. Yards YPG TD PC-PA-I Pct. Yds YPG TD Dwn. Dwn. Fum. Yds. Pts PPG , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

157 Total Offense Rushing Passing 1st 3rd Pen. GP Yards YPG Att. Yards YPG TD PC-PA-I Pct. Yds YPG TD Dwn. Dwn. Fum. Yds. Pts PPG , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , * 10 2, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , *does not include Rose Bowl

158 1998 First RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Turn- 3rd-Dwn 4th-Dwn Time of Opponent Score Downs Att. Yards TD Comp-Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Plays Yards TD overs Conv. Conv. Possession Sack San Diego State / / / 58 1 / / / / / 0 1 / 2 65 / / / 1 3 / / / :56 / 27:04 3 / 0 OHIO / 7 45 / / 65 4 / / / / 37 2 / 0 0 / 1 58 / / / 0 0 / / / :25 / 26:35 2 / 1 UNLV / 6 58 / / 23 4 / / / / / 0 1 / 1 81 / / / 0 2 / / / :36 / 22:24 6 / 1 NORTHWESTERN / / / / / / / / 1 0 / 1 58 / / / 1 0 / / / :49 / 32:11 4 / 0 Indiana / / / / / / / / 0 0 / 2 58 / / / 1 0 / / / :39 / 32:21 4 / 0 PURDUE / / / 76 3 / / / / / 2 0 / 4 63 / / / 2 1 / / / :16 / 29:44 0 / 5 Illinois / / / 28 4 / / / / / 0 0 / 2 84 / / / 0 0 / / / :47 / 22:13 4 / 0 Iowa / / / 30 3 / / / / / 0 0 / 0 71 / / / 0 0 / / / :31 / 22:29 8 / 4 MINNESOTA / / / 28 2 / / / / / 1 1 / 4 75 / / / 1 1 / / / :28 / 22:32 4 / 3 Michigan / / / / / / / / 1 2 / 1 54 / / / 3 2 / / / :14 / 33:46 0 / 4 PENN STATE / / / / / / / 93 1 / 0 0 / 0 68 / / / 0 0 / / / :38 / 29:21 5 / 1 UCLA / / / / / / / / 3 0 / 1 65 / / / 4 1 / / / :15 / 30:45 3 / First RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Turn- 3rd-Dwn 4th-Dwn Time of Opponent Score Downs Att. Yards TD Comp-Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Plays Yards TD overs Conv. Conv. Possession Sack MURRAY STATE / / / 93 5 / / / / 97 1 / 0 0 / 1 69 / / / 1 0 / / / :41 / 24:19 0 / 0 BALL STATE / / / 21 2 / / / / / 1 0 / 2 75 / / / 1 1 / / / :11 / 24:49 5 / 2 Cincinnati / / / / / / / 90 0 / 0 1 / 1 79 / / / 2 3 / / / :24 / 22:36 0 / 1 MICHIGAN / / / 94 2 / / / / / 2 1 / 1 64 / / / 3 2 / / / :58 / 32:02 3 / 4 Ohio State / / / / / / / / 1 0 / 1 87 / / / 2 1 / / / :25 / 24:35 4 / 4 Minnesota / / / / / / / / 2 0 / 1 73 / / / 2 0 / / / :26 / 24:56 2 / 3 INDIANA / / / 66 7 / / / / / 0 0 / 1 75 / / / 0 2 / / / :45 / 24:15 6 / 0 MICHIGAN STATE / / / / / / / / 0 0 / 3 74 / / / 1 0 / / / :35 / 20:25 1 / 2 Northwestern / / / / / / / / 1 1 / 2 60 / / / 2 2 / / / :08 / 30:52 1 / 1 Purdue / / / / / / / / 1 0 / 3 56 / / / 3 0 / / / :12 / 31:48 0 / 3 IOWA / / / / / / / / 0 0 / 0 76 / / / 0 0 / / / :46 / 22:14 1 / 1 Stanford / / / -5 2 / / / / / 0 0 / 0 67 / / / 1 0 / / / :28 / 26:32 4 / 2 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Game-By-Game Statistics (Since 1998) 156

159 2000 First RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Turn- 3rd-Dwn 4th-Dwn Time of Opponent Score Downs Att. Yards TD Comp-Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Plays Yards TD overs Conv. Conv. Possession Sack W. MICHIGAN / / / -1 1 / / / / / 1 0 / 1 68 / / / 1 0 / / / :28 / 23:32 4 / 5 OREGON / / / 92 3 / / / / / 1 1 / 3 56 / / / 1 1 / / / :57 / 30:03 2 / 2 CINCINNATI / / / / / / / / 2 0 / 1 68 / / / 2 0 / / / :23 / 26:37 0 / 4 NORTHWESTERN / / / / / / / / 2 0 / 0 84 / / / 5 2 / / / :21 / 25:39 2 / 2 Michigan / / / / / / / / 1 3 / 0 60 / / / 1 4 / / / :44 / 30:16 3 / 1 OHIO STATE / / / / / / / / 1 1 / 1 78 / / / 3 2 / / / :06 / 27:54 1 / 9 Michigan State / / / / / / / / 1 0 / 3 61 / / / 1 0 / / / :35 / 30:25 3 / 4 PURDUE / / / / / / / / 2 0 / 0 71 / / / 3 1 / / / :38 / 27:22 0 / 7 Iowa / 9 50 / / 84 1 / / / / / 1 1 / 2 76 / / / 1 3 / / / :34 / 24:26 4 / 3 MINNESOTA / / / / / / / / 0 1 / 3 67 / / / 2 1 / / / :13 / 27:47 4 / 3 Indiana / / / / / / / / 0 0 / 4 62 / / / 2 3 / / / :01 / 31:59 2 / 0 Hawai`i / / / 42 3 / / / / / 2 2 / 2 85 / / / 3 3 / / / :47 / 18:13 1 / 1 UCLA / / / / / / / / 1 1 / 1 62 / / / 2 1 / / / :38 / 30:22 1 / First RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Turn- 3rd-Dwn 4th-Dwn Time of Opponent Score Downs Att. Yards TD Comp-Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Plays Yards TD overs Conv. Conv. Possession Sack VIRGINIA / / / / / / / / 2 1 / 2 75 / / / 2 1 / / / :48 / 26:12 3 / 0 Oregon / / / / / / / / 3 1 / 2 64 / / / 4 2 / / / :27 / 30:33 1 / 3 FRESNO STATE / / / / / / / / 2 2 / 1 65 / / / 2 2 / / / :49 / 33:11 4 / 3 Penn State / / / 23 1 / / / / / 1 1 / 1 85 / / / 1 1 / / / :53 / 18:07 8 / 2 W. KENTUCKY / 9 44 / / / / / / 28 1 / 0 2 / 0 67 / / / 0 2 / / / :54 / 30:06 3 / 1 INDIANA / / / / / / / / 1 1 / 0 64 / / / 8 4 / / / :23 / 29:37 0 / 5 Ohio State / / / / / / / / 0 1 / 1 57 / / / 2 1 / / / :09 / 33:51 5 / 1 Illinois / / / / / / / / 4 0 / 1 56 / / / 4 0 / / / :23 / 36:37 0 / 2 MICHIGAN STATE / / / / / / / / 3 3 / 2 83 / / / 6 3 / / / :10 / 27:50 2 / 3 IOWA / / / / / / / / 2 0 / 1 77 / / / 4 0 / / / :28 / 22:32 1 / 3 MICHIGAN / / / / / / / 58 0 / 1 0 / 1 74 / / / 1 2 / / / :44 / 26:16 4 / 3 Minnesota / / / / / / / / 3 1 / 1 74 / / / 6 1 / / / :53 / 32:07 1 / 1 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 157

160 2002 First RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Turn- 3rd-Dwn 4th-Dwn Time of Opponent Score Downs Att. Yards TD Comp-Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Plays Yards TD overs Conv. Conv. Possession Sack FRESNO STATE / / / 34 2 / / / / / 3 0 / 2 82 / / / 3 2 / / / :09 / 19:51 1 / 6 UNLV / / / / / / / / 0 0 / 2 63 / / / 1 0 / / / :00 / 25:19 2 / 2 WEST VIRGINIA / / / / / / / / 0 0 / 0 73 / / / 2 0 / / / :37 / 27:23 1 / 1 N. ILLINOIS / / / / / / / / 0 1 / 2 64 / / / 2 1 / / / :39 / 29:21 5 / 10 ARIZONA / / / / / / / / 0 0 / 2 69 / / / 1 0 / / / :54 / 26:06 0 / 0 PENN STATE / / / / / / / / 0 1 / 1 61 / / / 3 1 / / / :38 / 31:22 1 / 8 Indiana / / / 95 2 / / / / / 4 1 / 1 73 / / / 4 1 / / / :38 / 29:22 5 / 2 OHIO STATE / / / / / / / / 2 1 / 0 63 / / / 2 2 / / / :43 / 32:17 3 / 5 Michigan State / / / / / / / / 3 0 / 2 75 / / / 3 0 / / / :44 / 26:06 2 / 1 Iowa / / / / / / / / 2 2 / 0 63 / / / 2 2 / / / :25 / 32:35 2 / 3 ILLINOIS / / / / / / / / 4 1 / 3 63 / / / 4 2 / / / :04 / 32:56 0 / 3 Michigan / / / / / / / / 1 0 / 2 63 / / / 3 1 / / / :16 / 29:44 0 / 4 MINNESOTA / / / / / / / / 1 0 / 2 80 / / / 3 1 / / / :59 / 25:01 0 / 0 Colorado / / / / / / / 77 2 / 2 1 / 3 75 / / / 3 4 / / / :37 / 29:23 0 / First RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Turn- 3rd-Dwn 4th-Dwn Time of Opponent Score Downs Att. Yards TD Comp-Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Plays Yards TD overs Conv. Conv. Possession Sack West Virginia / / / / / / / / 0 0 / 0 79 / / / 2 0 / / / :00 / 26:00 2 / 0 AKRON / / / / / / / / 1 1 / 2 69 / / / 4 2 / / / :54 / 31:06 4 / 3 UNLV / / / 94 0 / / / / 93 0 / 2 2 / 0 72 / / / 2 5 / / / :38 / 28:22 0 / 8 NORTH CAROLINA / / / / / / / / 1 2 / 1 70 / / / 2 2 / / / :50 / 24:10 3 / 1 Illinois / / / 64 5 / / / / / 1 0 / 1 76 / / / 2 0 / / / :57 / 23:03 2 / 1 Penn State / / / 45 1 / / / / / 2 0 / 0 77 / / / 3 1 / / / :56 / 26:04 2 / 2 OHIO STATE / / / 69 1 / / / / / 1 1 / 1 58 / / / 1 2 / / / :11 / 25:49 3 / 3 PURDUE / / / 66 1 / / / / / 1 1 / 0 52 / / / 2 4 / / / :36 / 36:24 7 / 7 Northwestern / / / / / / / / 1 1 / 2 74 / / / 2 1 / / / :17 / 30:43 1 / 2 Minnesota / / / / / / / / 0 1 / 0 66 / / / 4 1 / / / :06 / 28:54 0 / 1 MICHIGAN STATE / / / 95 3 / / / / / 2 0 / 2 65 / / / 3 1 / / / :31 / 29:29 5 / 2 IOWA / 9 50 / / / / / / 66 0 / 1 3 / 2 81 / / / 3 4 / / / :45 / 27:15 2 / 1 Auburn / / / / / / / / 0 1 / 1 66 / / / 4 2 / / / :00 / 29:00 1 / 6 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 158

161 2004 First RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Turn- 3rd-Dwn 4th-Dwn Time of Opponent Score Downs Att. Yards TD Comp-Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Plays Yards TD overs Conv. Conv. Possession Sack UCF / / / 53 2 / / / / / 0 0 / 1 69 / / / 0 1 / / / :49 / 28:11 4 / 0 UNLV / / / 72 0 / / / / / 0 1 / 0 68 / / / 0 1 / / / :59 / 24:01 2 / 1 Arizona / / / 96 1 / / / / / 1 0 / 0 70 / / / 1 2 / / / :36 / 26:24 3 / 0 PENN STATE / 9 46 / / 70 1 / / / / 87 0 / 0 2 / 2 75 / / / 0 3 / / / :23 / 22:37 4 / 1 ILLINOIS / / / 42 3 / / / / / 1 0 / 0 70 / / / 1 1 / / / :09 / 25:51 2 / 1 Ohio State / / / 99 1 / / / / / 0 0 / 0 72 / / / 0 0 / / / :29 / 23:31 5 / 2 Purdue / / / / / / / / 1 1 / 1 62 / / / 2 1 / / / :26 / 32:34 5 / 0 NORTHWESTERN / / / / / / / / 1 1 / 1 74 / / / 2 2 / / / :12 / 26:48 2 / 1 MINNESOTA / / / 73 4 / / / / / 1 0 / 0 86 / / / 2 0 / / / :31 / 15:29 1 / 3 Michigan State / / / / / / / / 3 0 / 1 80 / / / 6 1 / / / :50 / 27:10 1 / 2 Iowa / / / 76 1 / / / / / 3 2 / 3 69 / / / 3 4 / / / :16 / 33:44 4 / 4 Georgia / / / / / / / / 2 0 / 2 62 / / / 3 2 / / / :55 / 29:05 1 / First RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Turn- 3rd-Dwn 4th-Dwn Time of Opponent Score Downs Att. Yards TD Comp-Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Plays Yards TD overs Conv. Conv. Possession Sack BOWLING GREEN / / / 73 7 / / / / / 5 1 / 1 73 / / / 6 1 / / / :19 / 26:41 4 / 0 TEMPLE / 5 53 / / / / / / 56 4 / 0 0 / 1 78 / / 45 8 / 0 1 / / / :14 / 22:46 4 / 0 North Carolina / / / 57 2 / / / / / 0 0 / 1 75 / / / 0 1 / / / :44 / 24:16 4 / 4 MICHIGAN / / / / / / / / 2 1 / 1 75 / / / 2 1 / / / :31 / 25:29 2 / 3 INDIANA / / / / / / / / 3 2 / 2 62 / / / 3 2 / / / :37 / 29:23 2 / 3 Northwestern / / / / / / / / 3 2 / 0 73 / / / 7 2 / / / :36 / 29:24 0 / 2 Minnesota / / / / / / / 99 1 / 1 0 / 1 62 / / / 4 1 / / / :45 / 35:15 0 / 3 PURDUE / / / / / / / / 1 1 / 3 63 / / / 2 2 / / / :47 / 31:13 0 / 3 Illinois / / / / / / / / 2 0 / 1 73 / / / 3 0 / / / :50 / 27:10 4 / 1 Penn State / / / / / / / / 2 2 / 2 68 / / / 5 2 / / / :21 / 31:39 1 / 9 IOWA / / / / / / / / 2 0 / 1 69 / / / 2 0 / / / :40 / 30:20 1 / 6 Hawai`i / / / 43 3 / / / / / 3 0 / 1 69 / / / 3 0 / / / :23 / 26:37 5 / 0 Auburn / / / 99 1 / / / / / 1 0 / 1 69 / / / 1 1 / / / :48 / 29:12 4 / 3 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 159

162 2006 First RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Turn- 3rd-Dwn 4th-Dwn Time of Opponent Score Downs Att. Yards TD Comp-Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Plays Yards TD overs Conv. Conv. Possession Sack Bowling Green / / / / / / / 82 1 / 0 1 / 0 56 / / / 2 1 / / / :23 / 32:37 1 / 1 W. ILLINOIS / / / 80 3 / / / / / 0 1 / 3 67 / / / 0 2 / / / :07 / 24:53 0 / 3 SAN DIEGO STATE / 7 45 / / 13 1 / / / / / 0 0 / 0 68 / / / 0 1 / / / :29 / 25:31 5 / 1 Michigan / / / / / / / / 2 0 / 3 70 / / / 3 1 / / / :45 / 31:15 2 / 4 Indiana / / / / / / / / 0 1 / 0 69 / / / 1 2 / / / :53 / 28:07 3 / 0 NORTHWESTERN / / / / / / / 94 1 / 0 1 / 1 69 / / / 1 3 / / / :07 / 22:53 2 / 1 MINNESOTA / / / / / / / 94 4 / 0 0 / 1 63 / / / 1 2 / / / :46 / 26:14 3 / 2 Purdue / / / 99 3 / / / / / 0 1 / 1 68 / / / 0 1 / / / :02 / 24:58 2 / 3 ILLINOIS / / / / / / / / 1 1 / 1 67 / / / 2 2 / / / :16 / 28:44 2 / 1 PENN STATE / / / 36 0 / / / / / 0 0 / 1 71 / / / 0 2 / / / :47 / 22:13 4 / 4 Iowa / / / / / / / / 3 0 / 1 68 / / / 3 2 / / / :48 / 21:12 0 / 1 BUFFALO / 6 42 / / 52 3 / / / / / 0 1 / 1 69 / / / 0 3 / / / :44 / 26:16 4 / 3 Arkansas / / 34-5 / / / / / / 0 2 / 2 62 / / / 2 3 / / / :31 / 30:29 1 / First RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Turn- 3rd-Dwn 4th-Dwn Time of Opponent Score Downs Att. Yards TD Comp-Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Plays Yards TD overs Conv. Conv. Possession Sack WASHINGTON ST / / / / / / / / 1 0 / 1 76 / / / 3 1 / / / :47 / 23:13 1 / 1 UNLV / / / 48 1 / / / / / 1 0 / 1 67 / / / 1 0 / / / :16 / 27:44 2 / 1 THE CITADEL / / / / / / / / 4 0 / 1 67 / / / 4 1 / / / :41 / 28:19 2 / 3 IOWA / / / 59 1 / / / / / 1 1 / 0 72 / / / 1 3 / / / :36 / 25:15 4 / 3 MICHIGAN STATE / / / / / / / / 2 2 / 0 77 / / / 4 2 / / / :02 / 25:58 5 / 2 Illinois / / / / / / / / 1 2 / 0 80 / / / 4 2 / / / :02 / 25:58 1 / 2 Penn State / / / / / / / / 1 2 / 0 68 / / / 5 3 / / / :46 / 31:14 1 / 5 N. ILLINOIS / 6 55 / / / / / / / 0 1 / 2 75 / / 99 5 / 0 1 / / / :37 / 20:23 3 / 0 INDIANA / / / / / / / / 0 1 / 2 76 / / / 0 2 / / / :23 / 24:37 3 / 2 Ohio State / / / / / / / / 2 0 / 0 67 / / / 5 2 / / / :53 / 29:07 2 / 10 MICHIGAN / / / 47 3 / / / / / 3 0 / 3 80 / / / 3 1 / / / :15 / 21:45 4 / 0 Minnesota / / / / / / / / 3 1 / 2 63 / / / 4 1 / / / :33 / 30:27 0 / 1 Tennessee / / / 66 1 / / / / / 2 1 / 0 66 / / / 3 2 / / / :30 / 27:30 0 / 3 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 160

163 2008 First RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Turn- 3rd-Dwn 4th-Dwn Time of Opponent Score Downs Att. Yards TD Comp-Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Plays Yards TD overs Conv. Conv. Possession Sack AKRON / / / 70 4 / / / / / 2 1 / 0 73 / / / 2 3 / / / :49 / 24:11 2 / 0 MARSHALL / / / 75 6 / / / / / 0 0 / 3 67 / / / 2 1 / / / :29 / 31:31 0 / 0 Fresno State / / / / / / / / 1 0 / 1 65 / / / 1 0 / / / :15 / 31:45 3 / 0 Michigan / / / / / / / 96 1 / 1 2 / 2 81 / / / 3 4 / / / :04 / 23:56 0 / 4 OHIO STATE / / / / / / / / 0 1 / 1 64 / / / 2 2 / / / :28 / 30:32 4 / 2 PENN STATE / / / / / / / / 1 2 / 1 67 / / / 5 3 / / / :44 / 31:16 0 / 3 Iowa / / / / / / / / 1 3 / 0 75 / / / 5 3 / / / :56 / 27:04 0 / 2 ILLINOIS / / / 88 1 / / / / / 2 0 / 3 67 / / / 2 1 / / / :55 / 27:05 2 / 4 Michigan State / / / 25 2 / / / / / 0 0 / 0 76 / / / 2 1 / / / :38 / 27:22 3 / 1 Indiana / / / / / / / / 1 1 / 0 81 / / / 2 4 / / / :13 / 25:47 3 / 2 MINNESOTA / / / 99 3 / / / / / 3 0 / 1 76 / / / 4 3 / / / :46 / 23:14 3 / 5 CAL POLY / / / / / / / 95 1 / 1 1 / 0 54 / / / 4 2 / / / :01 / 39:59 1 / 3 Florida State / / / / / / / / 2 0 / 0 54 / / / 4 3 / / / :52 / 35:08 2 / First RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Turn- 3rd-Dwn 4th-Dwn Time of Opponent Score Downs Att. Yards TD Comp-Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Plays Yards TD overs Conv. Conv. Possession Sack N. ILLINOIS / / / / / / / / 0 2 / 0 63 / / / 2 3 / / / :46 / 30:14 3 / 0 FRESNO STATE / / / / / / / / 4 0 / 3 67 / / / 4 0 / / / :22 / 33:38 2 / 2 WOFFORD / / / / / / / 45 2 / 0 0 / 1 63 / / / 2 3 / / / :56 / 31:04 2 / 0 MICHIGAN STATE / / / 90 1 / / / / / 4 0 / 3 81 / / / 4 1 / / / :29 / 22:31 2 / 0 Minnesota / / / 57 3 / / / / / 1 1 / 1 75 / / / 2 3 / / / :41 / 25:19 5 / 0 Ohio State / 8 44 / / 97 1 / / / / 87 0 / 1 2 / 1 89 / / / 1 2 / / / :47 / 17:13 2 / 6 IOWA / / / 65 1 / / / / / 1 3 / 0 58 / / / 2 3 / / / :14 / 33:46 3 / 4 PURDUE / 8 53 / / 60 3 / / / / 81 0 / 0 1 / 1 72 / / / 0 1 / / / :45 / 23:15 3 / 3 Indiana / / / 63 3 / / / / / 3 0 / 2 72 / / / 4 1 / / / :45 / 26:15 1 / 0 MICHIGAN / / / 71 2 / / / / / 2 1 / 1 76 / / / 2 2 / / / :49 / 24:11 2 / 2 Northwestern / / / 73 1 / / / / / 3 1 / 0 65 / / / 3 2 / / / :06 / 28:54 1 / 3 Hawai`i / / / 17 7 / / / / / 1 0 / 2 72 / / / 1 0 / / / :57 / 22:03 6 / 2 Miami / / / 61 2 / / / / / 1 1 / 0 68 / / / 2 3 / / / :15 / 20:45 5 / 1 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 161

164 2010 First RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Turn- 3rd-Dwn 4th-Dwn Time of Opponent Score Downs Att. Yards TD Comp-Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Plays Yards TD overs Conv. Conv. Possession Sack UNLV / / / / / / / / 2 1 / 0 70 / / / 2 2 / / / :19 / 21:41 4 / 0 SAN JOSE STATE / / / 55 2 / / / / / 2 1 / 2 68 / / / 2 2 / / / :54 / 28:06 0 / 2 ASU / / / / / / / / 0 0 / 0 67 / / / 1 0 / / / :58 / 27:02 2 / 1 AUSTIN PEAY / 8 44 / / 42 7 / / / / / 0 0 / 0 68 / / / 0 0 / / / :06 / 27:54 2 / 1 Michigan State / / / / / / / / 3 0 / 2 56 / / / 3 0 / / / :36 / 36:24 2 / 1 MINNESOTA / / / 96 5 / / / / / 3 0 / 0 69 / / / 3 0 / / / :02 / 25:58 2 / 0 OHIO STATE / / / / / / / / 0 1 / 1 59 / / / 2 1 / / / :57 / 30:03 3 / 0 Iowa / / / / / / / / 3 1 / 0 64 / / / 4 1 / / / :12 / 26:48 1 / 1 Purdue / / / / / / / / 1 1 / 3 58 / / / 1 1 / / / :04 / 30:56 3 / 3 INDIANA / / / / / / / / 2 0 / 1 68 / / / 2 0 / / / :27 / 27:33 1 / 2 Michigan / / / / / / / / 2 1 / 1 73 / / / 4 2 / / / :59 / 23:01 2 / 1 NORTHWESTERN / / / / / / / / 1 0 / 4 73 / / / 2 0 / / / :15 / 22:45 1 / 0 TCU / / / 82 2 / / / / / 1 0 / 0 67 / / / 3 0 / / / :35 / 23:25 0 / First RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Turn- 3rd-Dwn 4th-Dwn Time of Opponent Score Downs Att. Yards TD Comp-Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Plays Yards TD overs Conv. Conv. Possession Sack UNLV / / / / / / / / 2 0 / 0 53 / / / 2 0 / / / :40 / 34:20 3 / 1 OREGON STATE / / / 23 2 / / / / / 0 0 / 0 65 / / / 0 0 / / / :57 / 31:03 3 / 1 Northern Illinois / / / 64 4 / / / / / 0 1 / 0 81 / / / 1 1 / / / :53 / 21:07 1 / 0 SOUTH DAKOTA / 9 43 / / / / / / 49 3 / 1 1 / 2 70 / / / 1 1 / / / :18 / 30:42 3 / 2 NEBRASKA / / / / / / / / 0 0 / 3 70 / / / 2 1 / / / :15 / 24:45 2 / 2 INDIANA / / / / / / / 64 2 / 0 0 / 2 65 / / / 1 0 / / / :37 / 28:23 2 / 2 Michigan State / / / / / / / / 3 2 / 0 62 / / / 4 2 / / / :29 / 31:31 4 / 2 Ohio State / / / / / / / 89 3 / 1 0 / 0 61 / / / 4 0 / / / :12 / 35:48 3 / 3 PURDUE / / / / / / / / 1 0 / 2 78 / / / 2 1 / / / :43 / 23:17 0 / 1 Minnesota / 9 45 / / / / / / 51 4 / 0 0 / 1 62 / / / 1 0 / / / :39 / 25:21 1 / 2 Illinois / / / / / / / / 0 0 / 3 58 / / / 2 1 / / / :24 / 26:36 1 / 2 PENN STATE / / / / / / / / 1 0 / 1 78 / / / 1 1 / / / :17 / 21:43 0 / 2 Michigan State / / / / / / / / 3 0 / 1 62 / / / 5 0 / / / :05 / 29:55 0 / 3 Oregon / / / / / / / / 3 1 / 1 72 / / / 6 2 / / / :42 / 24:18 2 / 2 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 162

165 2012 First RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Turn- 3rd-Dwn 4th-Dwn Time of Opponent Score Downs Att. Yards TD Comp-Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Plays Yards TD overs Conv. Conv. Possession Sack NORTHERN IOWA / / / 41 1 / / / / / 3 0 / 0 70 / / / 3 0 / / / :05 / 20:55 1 / 1 Oregon State / / / 78 0 / / / / / 1 1 / 0 61 / / / 1 2 / / / :25 / 35:35 1 / 3 UTAH STATE / / / / / / / / 2 0 / 0 61 / / / 2 1 / / / :05 / 26:55 1 / 1 UTEP / / / 77 4 / / / / / 2 1 / 0 57 / / / 3 2 / / / :40 / 31:20 4 / 3 Nebraska / / / / / / / / 2 0 / 0 69 / / / 3 1 / / / :00 / 31:00 1 / 3 ILLINOIS / / / / / / / / 1 1 / 1 58 / / / 2 2 / / / :12 / 31:48 4 / 0 Purdue / / / / / / / / 0 1 / 1 78 / / / 2 1 / / / :42 / 21:18 5 / 0 MINNESOTA / / / 96 5 / / / / / 2 0 / 2 69 / / / 2 0 / / / :56 / 25:04 0 / 2 MICHIGAN STATE / / / 61 0 / / / / / 2 0 / 0 59 / / / 2 0 / / / :55 / 29:05 3 / 5 Indiana / / / 61 7 / / / / / 2 0 / 2 71 / / / 2 0 / / / :27 / 20:33 0 / 2 OHIO STATE / / / / / / / 97 1 / 0 0 / 0 83 / / / 2 1 / / / :17 / 22:43 3 / 4 Penn State / / / / / / / / 1 1 / 0 68 / / / 2 1 / / / :15 / 31:45 2 / 3 Nebraska / / / / / / / / 0 0 / 2 60 / / / 4 0 / / / :45 / 30:15 6 / 0 Stanford / / / / / / / / 0 1 / 0 62 / / / 2 1 / / / :52 / 30:08 0 / First RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Turn- 3rd-Dwn 4th-Dwn Time of Opponent Score Downs Att. Yards TD Comp-Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Plays Yards TD overs Conv. Conv. Possession Sack UMASS / / / / / / / / 0 1 / 1 62 / / / 0 1 / / / :11 / 27:49 0 / 0 TENNESSEE TECH / 6 51 / / 44 4 / / / / 69 3 / 0 1 / 1 80 / / / 0 1 / / / :35 / 22:25 0 / 1 Arizona State / / / / / / / / 0 0 / 1 63 / / / 4 1 / / / :02 / 31:58 1 / 1 PURDUE / / / 45 5 / / / / / 0 1 / 1 69 / / / 1 1 / / / :04 / 24:56 4 / 1 Ohio State / / / / / / / / 4 1 / 0 61 / / / 4 1 / / / :42 / 30:18 2 / 2 NORTHWESTERN / / / 44 2 / / / / / 0 2 / 1 79 / / / 0 3 / / / :15 / 21:45 7 / 3 Illinois / / / 72 6 / / / / / 2 0 / 0 67 / / / 4 0 / / / :18 / 25:42 3 / 1 Iowa / / / / / / / / 0 1 / 2 64 / / / 0 1 / / / :06 / 27:54 1 / 1 BYU / / / / / / / / 2 1 / 1 77 / / / 2 2 / / / :02 / 23:58 4 / 1 INDIANA / / / / / / / / 0 0 / 1 65 / / / 0 0 / / / :45 / 22:15 0 / 1 Minnesota / / / / / / / 83 1 / 0 1 / 0 71 / / / 0 1 / / / :11 / 24:49 3 / 0 PENN STATE / / / / / / / / 4 3 / 0 85 / / / 4 3 / / / :47 / 29:13 0 / 3 South Carolina / / / / / / / / 4 3 / 0 69 / / / 5 4 / / / :26 / 30:34 1 / 1 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 163

166 2014 First RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Turn- 3rd-Dwn 4th-Dwn Time of Opponent Score Downs Att. Yards TD Comp-Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Plays Yards TD overs Conv. Conv. Possession Sack LSU / / / / / / / / 2 2 / 0 63 / / / 3 2 / / / :14 / 31:46 3 / 0 WESTERN ILLINOIS / / / 54 1 / / / / / 0 1 / 1 68 / / / 0 1 / / / :19 / 24:41 2 / 1 BOWLING GREEN / / / 93 8 / / / / / 0 1 / 1 78 / / / 2 3 / / / :36 / 23:24 4 / 1 SOUTH FLORIDA / 8 57 / / 72 2 / / / / / 0 0 / 1 75 / / / 1 1 / / / :51 / 19:09 1 / 1 Northwestern / / / / / / / / 1 4 / 0 66 / / / 2 4 / / / :27 / 30:33 3 / 1 ILLINOIS / / / / / / / / 2 0 / 1 65 / / / 4 0 / / / :21 / 27:39 6 / 0 MARYLAND / / / 46 5 / / / / / 1 0 / 0 72 / / / 1 0 / / / :21 / 24:39 2 / 2 Rutgers / 8 46 / / 76 6 / / / / 63 0 / 0 1 / 1 66 / / / 0 1 / / / :16 / 24:44 3 / 1 Purdue / / / 26 2 / / / / / 1 1 / 0 72 / / / 1 2 / / / :09 / 26:51 4 / 0 NEBRASKA / / / / / / / 62 1 / 1 0 / 1 64 / / / 3 4 / / / :20 / 28:40 4 / 1 Iowa / / / / / / / / 2 0 / 0 56 / / / 3 0 / / / :24 / 26:36 2 / 0 MINNESOTA / / / / / / / 95 2 / 0 0 / 0 64 / / / 3 1 / / / :43 / 27:17 1 / 1 Ohio State / / / / / / / / 3 3 / 0 80 / / / 7 4 / / / :55 / 26:05 1 / 3 Auburn / / / / / / / / 2 3 / 0 81 / / / 4 3 / / / :04 / 26:56 1 / First RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Turn- 3rd-Dwn 4th-Dwn Time of Opponent Score Downs Att. Yards TD Comp-Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Plays Yards TD overs Conv. Conv. Possession Sack Alabama / / / / / / / / 1 1 / 0 60 / / / 5 1 / / / :55 / 31:05 3 / 3 MIAMI (OHIO) / 9 45 / / -3 3 / / / / / 0 1 / 3 81 / / / 0 1 / / / :49 / 23:11 3 / 2 TROY / / / 78 3 / / / / / 0 0 / 0 53 / / / 0 0 / / / :38 / 33:22 3 / 0 HAWAI I / / / 15 3 / / / / / 0 0 / 0 79 / / / 0 0 / / / :47 / 20:13 3 / 1 IOWA / / / / / / / 77 0 / 1 2 / 1 72 / / / 1 4 / / / :46 / 29:14 4 / 2 Nebraska / / / / / / / / 1 0 / 0 84 / / / 3 0 / / / :56 / 28:04 0 / 1 PURDUE / / / 55 3 / / / / / 0 1 / 0 76 / / / 1 1 / / / :46 / 22:14 2 / 2 Illinois / / / 55 1 / / / / / 0 2 / 1 80 / / / 1 2 / / / :09 / 19:51 0 / 3 RUTGERS / 8 38 / / 83 5 / / / / 82 1 / 0 2 / 1 66 / / / 0 2 / / / :08 / 31:52 3 / 0 Maryland / / / / / / / / 2 1 / 2 64 / / / 3 1 / / / :26 / 26:34 3 / 4 NORTHWESTERN / / / / / / / 60 0 / 0 2 / 0 62 / / / 1 5 / / / :57 / 32:03 1 / 6 Minnesota / / / 53 4 / / / / / 1 1 / 3 79 / / / 2 1 / / / :35 / 19:25 1 / 0 USC / / / 65 1 / / / / / 1 0 / 1 75 / / / 3 0 / / / :18 / 22:42 3 / 1 164

167 2016 First RUSHING PASSING TOTAL OFFENSE Turn- 3rd-Dwn 4th-Dwn Time of Opponent Score Downs Att. Yards TD Comp-Att. Pct. Yards TD INT Plays Yards TD overs Conv. Conv. Possession Sack LSU / / / / / / / / 1 2 / 2 73 / / / 1 3 / / / :57 / 23:03 2 / 2 AKRON / / / 88 4 / / / / / 0 0 / 1 82 / / / 0 0 / / / :52 / 19:08 4 / 1 GEORGIA STATE / / / 33 1 / / / / / 1 1 / 0 79 / / / 2 2 / / / :28 / 22:32 1 / 1 Michigan State / / / 75 2 / / / / / 0 1 / 3 67 / / / 0 2 / / / :48 / 27:12 4 / 2 Michigan / / / / / / / / 1 3 / 1 53 / / / 2 3 / / / :19 / 35:41 4 / 2 OHIO STATE / / / / / / / / 1 1 / 1 74 / / / 3 1 / / / :28 / 28:32 2 / 4 Iowa / / / 83 1 / / / / / 0 0 / 0 73 / / / 0 1 / / / :02 / 22:58 2 / 2 NEBRASKA / / / / / / / / 0 2 / 2 61 / / / 2 2 / / / :45 / 32:15 1 / 2 Northwestern / / / 39 2 / / / / / 1 0 / 0 79 / / / 1 0 / / / :25 / 19:35 2 / 0 ILLINOIS / / / 99 4 / / / / / 0 0 / 4 78 / / / 0 0 / / / :03 / 17:57 0 / 1 Purdue / / / 71 4 / / / / / 2 0 / 3 71 / / / 2 1 / / / :27 / 21:33 4 / 2 MINNESOTA / / / / / / / / 1 0 / 4 69 / / / 2 1 / / / :59 / 27:01 5 / 1 Penn State / / / 51 3 / / / / / 4 0 / 0 70 / / / 5 0 / / / :57 / 23:03 1 / 2 Western Michigan / / / / / / / / 1 0 / 1 52 / / / 2 0 / / / :05 / 29:55 2 / 2 165

168 The Last Time It Happened Individual 40 Rushing Attempts Wisconsin: 43, Brian Calhoun vs. Bowling Green (9/4/2005) Opponent: 43, Laurence Maroney at Minnesota (10/15/2005) 50 Rushing Attempts Wisconsin: 50, Ron Dayne vs. Minnesota (11/9/1996) Opponent: Under Research 100 Yards Rushing Wisconsin: 164, Corey Clement vs. Penn State (12/3/2016) Opponent: 138, Leonard Fournette, vs. LSU (9/3/2016) Six Rushing TDs Wisconsin: Has not happened Opponent: 6, Levron Williams, Indiana (10/6/2001) 300 Yards Passing Wisconsin: 322, Joel Stave, Purdue (10/17/2015) Opponent: 384, Trace McSorley, Penn State (12/3/2016) 400 Yards Passing Wisconsin: 423, Darrell Bevell at Minnesota (10/23/1993) Opponent: 403, Colt Brennan at Hawaii (11/25/2005) 200 Yards Rushing Wisconsin: 251, Melvin Gordon vs. Auburn (1/1/2015) Opponent: 220, Ezekiel Elliott, vs. Ohio State (12/6/2014) 300 Yards Rushing Wisconsin: 408, Melvin Gordon vs. Nebraska (11/15/2014) Opponent: 377, Anthony Thompson, Indiana (11/11/1989) 400 Yards Rushing Wisconsin: 408, Melvin Gordon vs. Nebraska (11/15/2014) Opponent: Has not happened Two 100-Yard Rushers Wisconsin: 123, Corey Clement; and 103, Dare Ogunbowale vs. Illinois (11/12/2016) Opponent: 159, LaMichael James and 155, De Anthony Thomas, Oregon (1/2/2012) Three 100-Yard Rushers Wisconsin: 253, Melvin Gordon; 158, Tanner McEvoy and 111, Corey Clement vs. Bowling Green (9/20/2014) Opponent: Under research Two 200-Yard Rushers Wisconsin: 216, Melvin Gordon and 202, Montee Ball vs. Nebraska (12/1/2012) Opponent: Has not happened Quarterback Rushed for 100 Yards Wisconsin: 158, Tanner McEvoy vs. Bowling Green (9/20/2014) Opponent: 140, Taylor Mar nez, Nebraska (12/1/2012) Two Rushing TDs Wisconsin: 2, Corey Clement vs. Minnesota (11/26/2016) Opponent: 2, J.T. Barrett, Ohio State (10/15/2016) Three Rushing TDs Wisconsin: 3, Corey Clement vs Illinois (11/12/2016) Opponent: 3, Derrick Henry, Alabama (9/5/2015) Four Rushing TDs Wisconsin: 4, Melvin Gordon vs. Nebraska (11/15/2014) Opponent: 4, Marion Grice, Arizona State (9/14/2013) Five Rushing TDs Wisconsin: 5, Melvin Gordon vs. Bowling Green (9/20/2014) Opponent: 6, Levron Williams, Indiana (10/6/2001) Three Touchdown Passes Wisconsin: 3, Joel Stave vs. Miami (Ohio) (9/12/2015) Opponent: 4, Trace McSorley, Penn State (12/3/2016) Four Touchdown Passes Wisconsin: 4, Russell Wilson at Minnesota (11/12/2011) Opponent: 4, Trace McSorley, Penn State (12/3/2016) Five Touchdown Passes Wisconsin: 5, Jim Sorgi vs. Michigan State (11/15/2003) Opponent: 5, Omar Jacobs, Bowling Green (9/3/2005) Non-QB Touchdown Pass Wisconsin: James White (RB) to Sam Arneson vs. Nebraska (12/1/12) Opponent: Bruce Ellington (WR) to Connor Shaw, South Carolina (1/1/2014) 10 Pass Receptions Wisconsin: 10, Alex Erickson at Illinois (10/24/2015) Opponent: 12, Austin Carr at Northwestern (11/5/2016) 100 Receiving Yards Wisconsin: 100, Jazz Peavy vs. Akron (9/10/2016) Opponent: 155, Saeed Blacknall and 118, DaeSean Hamilton, Penn State (12/3/2016) 200 Receiving Yards Wisconsin: 207, Jared Abbrederis at Ohio State (9/28/2013) Opponent: 206, Charles Rogers, Michigan State (10/27/2001) Two Touchdown Receptions Wisconsin: 2, Jazz Peavy vs. Akron (9/10/2016) Opponent: 2, Saeed Blacknall, Penn State (12/3/2016) Three Touchdown Receptions Wisconsin: 3, Garrett Graham, vs. Michigan State (9/26/2009) Opponent: 3, Devin Smith, Ohio State (12/6/2014) Four Touchdown Receptions Wisconsin: 4, Jonathan Orr at Northwestern (10/8/2005) Opponent: Under research Five Touchdown Receptions Wisconsin: 5, Lee Evans vs. Michigan State (11/15/2003) Opponent: Under research

169 Two 100-Yard Receivers Wisconsin: 119, Jared Abbrederis and 104, Nick Toon vs. Oregon (1/2/2012) Opponent: 155, Saeed Blacknall; and 118, DaeSean Hamilton; Penn State (12/3/2016) 100-Yard Rusher and Receiver Wisconsin: 111, Corey Clement (rush) and 100, Jazz Peavy (rec.), vs. Akron (9/10/2016) Opponent: 220, Eziekel Ellio (rush) and 137, Devin Smith (rec.), vs. Ohio State (12/6/2014) 100-Yard Rusher and Receiver (Same Player) Wisconsin: 122 (rush) and 128 (rec.), Brian Calhoun at Northwestern (10/8/2005) Opponent: Under research Punt Return For TD (Non-Blocked) Wisconsin: 82 yds., Kenzel Doe vs. Utah State (9/15/2012) Opponent: 55 yds., JoJo Natson, Akron (9/10/2016) Kickoff Return For Touchdown Wisconsin: 98 yds., Natrell Jamerson at Maryland (11/7/2015) Opponent: 96 yds., Duane Bennett, Minnesota (11/12/2011) Interception Return For Touchdown Wisconsin: 17 yds., T.J. Watt at Purdue (11/19/2016) Opponent: 21 yds., Tre Davious White, LSU (9/3/2016) Fumble Return For Touchdown Wisconsin: 12 yds., Ryan Connelly vs. Penn State (12/3/2016) Opponent: 4 yds., Joey Bosa vs. Ohio State (12/6/2014) Blocked Punt Wisconsin: A.J. Jordan at Rutgers (11/1/2014) Opponent: Ryan Shazier, Ohio State (10/29/2011) Blocked Punt Returned For TD Wisconsin: David Gilbert blocked and Aaron Henry returned 9 yards for TD vs. Purdue (10/31/2009) Opponent: Bennie Fowler recovered blocked punt in end zone at Michigan State (10/22/2011) Blocked PAT Kick Wisconsin: Konrad Zagzebski vs. UTEP (9/22/2012) Opponent: Jordan Nielsen, Utah State (9/15/2012) Blocked PAT Kick Returned For Defensive 2-Point Conversion Wisconsin: Konrad Zagzebski blocked, Devin Smith returned vs. UTEP (9/22/2012) Opponent: Under research Blocked Field Goal Wisconsin: Jake Keefer vs. Ohio State (12/6/2014) Opponent: Anthony Brown, Purdue (10/17/2015) Blocked Field Goal Ret. For TD Wisconsin: Reggie Cribbs blocked, Jim Leonhard returned 86 yards vs. UNLV (9/11/2004) Opponent: Under research Converted Two-Point PAT Wisconsin: Alec Ingold run, at Northwestern (11/5/2016) Opponent: Anthony Jennings pass to Trey Quinn, vs. LSU (8/30/2014) Safety Wisconsin: Team safety, vs. Akron (9/10/2016) Opponent: Team safety, Michigan State (10/22/2011)

170 Team Shutout Wisconsin: 28-0 vs. Hawai i (9/26/2015) Opponent: 0-59 vs. Ohio State (12/6/2014) Scored 40 points Wisconsin: UW 49, Purdue 20 (11/19/2016) Opponent: Ohio State 59, UW 0 (12/6/2014) Scored 50 Points Wisconsin: UW 54, Akron 10 (9/10/2016) Opponent: Ohio State 59, UW 0 (12/6/2014) Scored 60 Points Wisconsin: UW 68, Bowling Green 17 (9/20/2014) Opponent: Indiana 63, UW 32 (10/6/2001) Scored 70 Points Wisconsin: UW 70, Nebraska 31 (12/1/2012) Opponent: Has not happened Scored 80 Points Wisconsin: UW 83, Indiana 20 (11/13/2010) Opponent: Has not happened Rushed for 300 Yards Wisconsin: 373, vs. Illinois (11/12/2016) Opponent: 345, Oregon (1/2/2012) Rushed for 400 Yards Wisconsin: 400 vs. Auburn (1/1/2015) Opponent: 411, Minnesota (10/15/2005) Rushed for 500 Yards Wisconsin: 581 vs. Nebraska (11/15/2014) Opponent: Has not happened Rushed for 600 Yards Wisconsin: 644 vs. Bowling Green (9/20/2014) Opponent: Has not happened Rushed for Fewer Than 100 Yards Wisconsin: 71, at Michigan (10/21/2016) Opponent: 51, Penn State (12/3/2016) Rushed for Fewer Than 50 Yards Wisconsin: -26 vs. Northwestern (11/21/2015) Opponent: 39, Northwestern (11/5/2016) Negative Rushing Yardage Wisconsin: -26 vs. Northwestern (11/21/2015) Opponent: -3, Miami (Ohio) (9/12/2015) Five Rushing Touchdowns Wisconsin: 5 vs. Rutgers (10/31/2015) Opponent: 7, Indiana (10/6/2001) Six Rushing Touchdowns Wisconsin: 7 vs. Nebraska (11/15/2014) Opponent: 7, Indiana (10/6/2001) Seven Rushing Touchdowns Wisconsin: 7 vs. Nebraska (11/15/2014) Opponent: 7, Indiana (10/6/2001) Eight Rushing Touchdowns Wisconsin: 8 vs. Bowling Green (9/20/2014) Opponent: Has not happened Passed for 200 Yards Wisconsin: 256, at Iowa (10/22/2016) Opponent: 384, Penn State (12/3/2016) Passed for 300 Yards Wisconsin: 322, Purdue (10/17/2015) Opponent: 384, Penn State (12/3/2016) Passed for 400 Yards Wisconsin: 423 at Minnesota (10/23/1993) Opponent: 403, Hawaii (11/25/2005) Passed for 500 Yards Wisconsin: Has not happened Opponent: Has not happened Passed for Fewer Than 100 Yards Wisconsin: 92, vs. Illinois (11/12/2016) Opponent: 60, Northwestern (11/21/2015) Five Passing Touchdowns Wisconsin: 5, vs. Michigan State (11/15/2003) Opponent: 5, Bowling Green (9/3/2005) Gained 500 Yards Total Offense Wisconsin: 586, vs. Akron (9/10/2016) Opponent: 502, Alabama (9/5/2015) Gained 600 Yards Total Offense Wisconsin: 627 vs. Nebraska (11/15/2014) Opponent: 621, Oregon (1/2/2012) Gained 700 Yards Total Offense Wisconsin: 756 vs. Bowling Green (9/20/2014) Opponent: Has not happened 30 First Downs In A Game Wisconsin: 32, vs. Akron (9/10/2016) Opponent: 32, Arizona State (9/14/2013) Held Under 10 First Downs Wisconsin: 8, at Michigan (10/1/2016) Opponent: 8, Rutgers (10/31/2015)

171 HONORS AND AWARDS

172 Major Individual Awards Heisman Trophy Outstanding player in the U.S. Alan Ameche, 1954 winner Ron Dayne, 1999 winner Montee Ball, 2011 finalist Melvin Gordon, 2014 finalist Maxwell Award Outstanding college player Ron Dayne, 1999 winner Russell Wilson, 2011 semifinalist Montee Ball, 2012 semifinalist Melvin Gordon, 2013 semifinalist Melvin Gordon, 2014 finalist Walter Camp Award Outstanding college player Alan Ameche, 1953 winner Ron Dayne, 1999 winner Melvin Gordon, 2014 finalist Doak Walker Award Nation s best running back Ron Dayne, 1998 finalist Ron Dayne, 1999 winner Anthony Davis, 2001 semifinalist Brian Calhoun, 2005 semifinalist P.J. Hill, 2006 semifinalist John Clay, 2010 finalist Montee Ball, 2011 finalist Montee Ball, 2012 winner Melvin Gordon, 2013 semifinalist Melvin Gordon, 2014 winner Davey O Brien Award Nation s best quarterback John Stocco, 2006 semifinalist Russell Wilson, 2011 semifinalist Unitas Golden Arm Award Nation s best senior quarterback Scott Tolzien, 2010 winner Russell Wilson, 2011 finalist Manning Award Nation s best quarterback Russell Wilson, 2011 finalist Biletnikoff Award Nation s top receiver Lee Evans, 2001 finalist WISCONSIN IN HEISMAN TROPHY VOTING Wisconsin s top 10 finishers in the Heisman Trophy voting: Year Player 1938 Howard Weiss, 6th 1942 Dave Schreiner, 10th 1953 Alan Ameche, 6th 1954 Alan Ameche, winner 1959 Dale Hackbart, 7th 1962 Pat Richter, 6th 1962 Ron Vander Kelen, 9th 1999 Ron Dayne, winner 2011 Montee Ball, 4th 2011 Russell Wilson, 9th 2014 Melvin Gordon, 2nd John Mackey Award Nation s best tight end Travis Beckum, 2006 Travis Beckum, 2007 Lance Kendricks, 2010 Jacob Pedersen, 2011 Rimington Trophy Nation s top center Al Johnson, 2002 Peter Konz, 2011 Outland Trophy Outstanding interior lineman Aaron Gibson, 1998 Chris McIntosh, 1999 Joe Thomas, 2006 Gabe Carimi, 2010 semifinalist finalist finalist semifinalist finalist finalist finalist finalist winner winner Rotary Lombardi Award Outstanding college lineman Aaron Gibson, 1998 finalist Wendell Bryant, 2000 semifinalist Wendell Bryant, 2001 semifinalist Erasmus James, 2004 finalist Joe Thomas, 2005 semifinalist Joe Thomas, 2006 semifinalist Joe Schobert, 2015 semifinalist Bronko Nagurski Trophy Best defensive player in college football Erasmus James, 2004 finalist Chuck Bednarik Award College defensive player of the year Erasmus James, 2004 finalist O Brien Schofield, 2009 semifinalist J.J. Watt, 2010 semifinalist Chris Borland, 2013 semifinalist Joe Schobert, 2015 semifinalist Ted Hendricks Award Defensive end of the year Erasmus James, 2004 J.J. Watt, 2010 Butkus Award Nation s best linebacker Chris Borland, 2013 Jack Cichy, 2016 Jim Thorpe Award finalist finalist semifinalist semifinalist Nation s best defensive back Troy Vincent, 1991 semifinalist Jamar Fletcher, 2000 winner Jim Leonhard, 2004 semifinalist Lott IMPACT Trophy Defensive player of the year who has the biggest impact both on and off the field Jim Leonhard, 2004 finalist J.J. Watt, 2010 winner Chris Borland, 2013 finalist Ray Guy Award Nation s best collegiate punter Kevin Stemke, 2000 winner Lou Groza Award Nation s top college placekicker Matt Davenport, 1998 semifinalist Vitaly Pisetsky, 1999 finalist Taylor Mehlhaff, 2006 semifinalist Taylor Mehlhaff, 2006 finalist Philip Welch, 2008 semifinalist Burlsworth Trophy Nation s most outstanding player that began career as a walk-on Jared Abbrederis, 2012 semifinalist Jared Abbrederis, 2013 winner Joe Schobert, 2015 semifinalist Dare Ogunbowale, 2016 semifinalist

173 Mosi Tatupu Award Nation s top special teams player Vitaly Pisetsky, 1999 finalist Nick Davis, 1999 semifinalist Nick Davis, 2001 finalist Wuerffel Trophy Academics, athletics, community service Joe Thomas, 2006 finalist Draddy Trophy Nation s top football student-athlete (nicknamed the Academic Heisman ) Jim Leonhard, 2004 finalist Joe Thomas, 2006 finalist AFCA Good Works Team Cecil Martin, 1997, 98 Brooks Bollinger, 2001 Chris Maragos, 2009 Player of the Year Football News Tom Burke, 1998 Ron Dayne, 1998 Ron Dayne, 1999 Michael Bennett, 2000 Wendell Bryant, 2001 Lee Evans, 2001 The Sporting News Ron Dayne, 1999 Associated Press Ron Dayne, 1999 semifinalist semifinalist winner semifinalist semifinalist semifinalist winner winner Touchdown Club of Columbus Brent Moss, 1993 (running back) Ron Dayne, 1999 (running back) Chris McIntosh, 1999 (lineman) Jamar Fletcher, 2000 (cornerback) Anthony Davis, 2001 (freshman) Erasmus James, 2004 (def. lineman) Joe Thomas, 2006 (off. lineman) Travis Beckum, 2007 (tight end) Montee Ball, 2011 (running back) Montee Ball, 2012 (running back) Melvin Gordon, 2014 (running back) Joe Schobert, 2015 (linebacker) The Silver Football Big Ten Most Valuable Player, presented annually by the Chicago Tribune Howard Weiss, 1938 Dave Schreiner, 1942 Robert Wilson, 1949 Alan Ameche, 1954 Ron Vander Kelen, 1962 Brent Moss, 1993 Ron Dayne, 1999 Montee Ball, 2011 Melvin Gordon, 2014 Big Ten Awards Player of the Year Troy Vincent, 1991 (co-def.) Brent Moss, 1993 (off.) Tom Burke, 1998 (def.) Ron Dayne, 1999 (off.) Jamar Fletcher, 2000 (def.) Erasmus James, 2004 (def.) John Clay, 2009 (off.) Montee Ball, 2011 (off.) Chris Borland, 2013 (def.) Melvin Gordon, 2014 (off.) Rookie of the Year Tony Lowery, 1987 Ron Dayne, 1996 Brooks Bollinger, 1999 Anthony Davis, 2001 P.J. Hill, 2006 Chris Borland, 2009 James White, 2010 Lineman of the Year Jeff Dellenbach, 1984 (off.) Tom Burke, 1998 (def.) Chris McIntosh, 1999 (off.) Wendell Bryant, 2000 (co-def.) Wendell Bryant, 2001 (def.) Erasmus James, 2004 (def.) Gabe Carimi, 2010 (off.) Ameche-Dayne Running Back of the Year Montee Ball, 2011 Montee Ball, 2012 Melvin Gordon, 2014 Griese-Brees Quarterback of the Year Russell Wilson, 2011 Kwalick-Clark Tight End of the Year Jacob Pedersen, 2012 Butkus-Fitzgerald Linebacker of the Year Chris Borland, 2013 Joe Schobert, 2015 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Coaching Awards AFCA Coach of the Year Barry Alvarez, 1993 winner Barry Alvarez, 1998 semifinalist Barry Alvarez, 1999 semifinalist Bear Bryant Award National coach of the year Bret Bielema, 2006 finalist Bret Bielema, 2010 finalist Bret Bielema, 2011 finalist Paul Chryst, 2016 finalist Bobby Dodd Foundation National Coach of the Year Barry Alvarez, 1993 winner Barry Alvarez, 1999 semifinalist Paul Chryst, 2016 finalist Eddie Robinson Award National coach of the year Bret Bielema, 2010 finalist George Munger Collegiate Coach of the Year Gary Andersen, 2013 semifinalist Gary Andersen, 2014 semifinalist Paul Chryst, 2016 semifinalist Hayes-Schembechler Big Ten Coach of the Year (Coaches) Paul Chryst, 2016 Dave McClain Big Ten Coach of the Year (Media) Barry Alvarez, 1993 Barry Alvarez, 1998 Bret Bielema, 2006 Broyles Award Assistant coach of the year Paul Chryst, 2010 finalist Paul Chryst, 2011 finalist

174 All-Americans All Badgers named first-, second- or third-team All-America. The legend below includes abbreviations for the selecting organizations: AAB All-American Board; ABC ABC Sports Online; AFCA American Football Coaches Association; A-P All-Players; AP Associated Press; A-S All-Sports; ATH Athlon; AW Athletic World; C Collier s (picked by WC); CBS CBS Sports.com; CFN Collegefootballnews.com; CP Consolidated Press; C.P. Central Press; CPN College & Pro Football Newsweekly; CS College Sports; CW Caspar Whitney; ESPN espn.com; FM Frank Menke; F-M Fox-Movietone; FN Football News; FW Football World; FWAA Football Writers Association; GR Gridiron Record; G-R Grantland Rice; H Hearst; INS International News Service; L Look; NEA Newspaper Enterprise Association; NANA North American Newspaper Alliance; PFW Pro Football Weekly; R Rivals.com; S-H Scripps-Howard; SB SB Nation; SI Sports Illustrated; TSN The Sporting News; UP United Press; UPI United Press International; WC Walter Camp; WE Walter Eckersall; Y! Yahoo Sports 1898 Pat O Dea, FB (C 2nd; CW 2nd) 1899 Pat O Dea, FB (C 3rd) 1901 Art Curtis, T (CW 2nd) Norsky Larson, HB (CW 2nd) 1902 Arne Lerum, G (C 3rd) 1903 Wilson Berthke, G (C 3rd) 1905 Wilson Berthke, G (C 3rd) Albion Findlay, HB (C 3rd) 1908 John Messmer, G (C 2nd) 1910 Jimmy Dean, E (C 3rd) 1911 Al Buser, T (C 3rd) 1912 Robert Butler, T (C 1st) Joe Hoeffel, E (C 2nd) Robert Butler, T (C 2nd) Ray Keeler, G (INS/FM 1st) 1914 Howard Buck, T (WE 2nd) Arlie Mucks, G (INS/FM 1st) Ray Keeler, G (INS/FM 2nd) 1915 Howard Buck, T (NEA 1st; WE 1st; INS/FM 1st; C 2nd) 1916 Charles Carpenter, C (WE 3rd) Paul Meyers, E (WE 3rd) Howard Hancock, G (FM 2nd) 1917 W.M. Kelley, E (C 3rd) 1919 Frank Weston, E (C 2nd) Paul Meyers, E (WE 1st) Charles Carpenter, C (FM 1st) 1920 Frank Weston, E (FM 1st; WE 2nd; CP 2nd; INS 3rd) Ralph Scott, T (C 1st) George Bunge, C (CP 1st) George Bunge, C (INS 3rd) Alvah Elliott, B (WE 2nd; INS 3rd) R.H. Brumm, T (CP 2nd) Jimmy Brader, T (FW 3rd) 1922 Marty Below, T (WE 2nd; C 3rd) Gus Tebell, E (WE 3rd) Rollie Williams, B (WE 3rd) 1923 Marty Below, T (INS 1st; AW 1st; WE 1st; CP 2nd) Adolph Bieberstein, G (WE 3rd) Merrill Taft, FB (CP 2nd) 1924 Adolph Bieberstein, G (A-S 3rd) 1925 R.J. Stipek, G (CP 2nd; C 3rd) Doyle Harmon, HB (WE 3rd) 1928 Rube Wagner, T (WE 3rd; NANA 3rd) 1930 Milo Lubratovich, T (NEA 1st; UP 1st; H 1st; C.P. 1st; NANA 2nd; INS 2nd; N.Y. Sun 2nd; CP 2nd; AP 3rd; S-H 3rd)

175 1931 Greg Kabat, G (AP 3rd; C.P. 3rd) 1932 Mario Pacetti, T (INS 3rd) Greg Kabat, G (H 3rd) 1938 Howard Weiss, FB (INS 1st; UP 2nd; H 2nd; NY Sun 2nd; NEA 2nd; AP 3rd; Wrld- Telegram 3rd) 1940 George Paskvan, FB (AP 2nd; A-P 3rd) 1941 Dave Schreiner, E (AP 1st; A-P 2nd; N.Y. Sun 2nd; H 2nd) 1942 Dave Schreiner, E (UP 1st; TSN 1st; INS 1st; AP 1st; NEA 1st; N.Y. News 1st; C.P. 1st; C 1st; A-P 1st; G-R 1st; H 1st; AAB 1st; N.Y. Sun 1st; L 1st) Pat Harder, FB (AAB 1st; UP 2nd; TSN 2nd; INS 2nd; NEA 2nd; N.Y. Sun 2nd; AP 3rd) Elroy Hirsch, B (L 3rd) 1944 Earl Girard, QB (L 1st) 1949 Robert Wilson, C (C.P. 2nd; AP 3rd; G-R 3rd; A-P 3rd) 1950 Ed Withers, DB (L 1st) 1951 Hal Faverty, DE (INS 1st; GR 2nd; A-P 2nd) Pat O Donahue, E (AP 1st; NEA 1st; L 1st) Deral Teteak, LB (A-P 2nd) Ed Withers, DB (GR 1st) 1952 Dave Suminski, T (AP 1st) Don Voss, E (L 1st) Alan Ameche, FB (M-N 1st; GR 1st; Athletic Pub. 1st) 1953 Alan Ameche, FB (L 1st; FWAA 1st; NEA 1st; Paramount News 1st; GR 1st; UP 2nd; INS 2nd; AP 3rd; A-P 2nd) 1954 Alan Ameche, FB (AP 1st; UP 1st; L 1st; FWAA 1st; C 1st; NEA 1st; TSN 1st; WC 1st; INS 1st; Paramount News 1st; AP 1st; AAB 1st; C.P. 1st; Boston Amer. 1st; Athletic Pub. 1st; N.Y. Metro Newspapers 1st; Pitts Smith News 1st; GR 1st; Jet 1st) 1959 Dan Lanphear, T (AP 1st; UP 1st; NEA 1st; TSN 1st; L 1st; AFCA 1st) 1961 Pat Richter, E (UPI 1st; ABC 1st) 1962 Pat Richter, E (AP 1st; UPI 1st; NY Daily News 1st; TSN 1st; AFCA 1st; FWAA 1st; CBS 1st; F-M 1st; Boston Rec. 1st) 1968 Ken Criter, LB (AP 3rd) 1974 Billy Marek, RB (AP 2nd; UPI 2nd) Dennis Lick, T (FN 1st) 1975 Dennis Lick, T (UPI 1st; AFCA 1st; NEA 1st; TSN 1st; Time 1st; WC 1st) 1978 Lawrence Johnson (TSN 1st) WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 1979 Ray Snell, T (TSN 1st; UPI 2nd) 1981 Tim Krumrie, NG (AP 1st; UPI 1st; WC 1st; FN 1st; NEA 2nd) Matt VandenBoom, DB (UPI 1st) 1982 Tim Krumrie, NG (WC 1st) 1984 Richard Johnson, DB (FWAA 1st; TSN 2nd) Jeff Dellenbach, T (AP 3rd) Al Toon, E (FN 3rd) 1987 Paul Gruber, T (TSN 1st; UPI 2nd) 1991 Troy Vincent, DB (FN 1st; TSN 1st; UPI 1st; FWAA 1st; AP 2nd) 1993 Brent Moss, TB (AP 2nd; UPI 2nd; CPN 2nd) Joe Panos, T (AP 2nd) Lamark Shackerford, NG (UPI 2nd; AP 3rd) 1994 Cory Raymer, C (AP 1st; UPI 1st; AFCA 1st; WC 1st; FN 1st; CS 1st; TSN 1st) 1995 Tarek Saleh, DE (FN 2nd) 1996 Tarek Saleh, DE (FN 1st) Ron Dayne, RB (AP 3rd) Jerry Wunsch, T (AP 3rd; FN 2nd)

176 1997 Ron Dayne, RB (FN 1st) 1998 Tom Burke, DE (WC 1st; FWAA 1st; AFCA 1st; AP 1st; FN 1st; TSN 1st) Ron Dayne, TB (WC 1st) Aaron Gibson, T (WC 1st; FWAA 1st; AFCA 1st; AP 1st; FN 1st; TSN 2nd) 1999 Nick Davis, WR (TSN 3rd) Ron Dayne, TB (AP 1st; WC 1st; AFCA 1st; FWAA 1st; FN 1st; TSN 1st; SI 1st; CBS 1st) Jamar Fletcher, CB (FN 1st; TSN 1st; SI 1st; CBS 2nd; WC 2nd; AP 2nd) Chris McIntosh, LT (AP 1st; WC 1st; AFCA 1st; FWAA 1st; FN 1st; TSN 1st; SI 1st; CBS 1st) Casey Rabach, C (CBS 2nd) 2000 Jamar Fletcher, DB (AFCA 1st; WC 1st; FN 1st; FWAA 1st; AP 1st; R 1st; SI 1st; TSN 2nd) Casey Rabach, C/RG (WC 2nd; AP 2nd) Kevin Stemke, P (SI 1st; AP 2nd; TSN 2nd; FN 2nd) 2001 Wendell Bryant, DT (AFCA 1st; FN 1st; ABC 1st; SI 1st; CFN 1st; AP 2nd, TSN 2nd) Lee Evans, WR (FN 1st; ABC 1st; CFN 1st; AP 2nd, TSN 2nd) 2002 Al Johnson, C (TSN 3rd) Jim Leonhard, DB (SI 1st; WC 2nd; AP 3rd) 2003 Jim Leonhard, DB (ESPN 1st) Lee Evans, WR (CFN 2nd) 2004 Erasmus James, DE (AP 1st, FWAA 1st, WC 1st, AFCA 1st, ESPN 1st, CFN 1st, SI 1st, CPN 1st) Dan Buenning, G (CPN 1st, AP 2nd, TSN 2nd) Jim Leonhard, S (CPN 1st, WC 2nd) 2005 Joe Thomas, T (PFW 1st, WC 2nd, SI 2nd, R 2nd) Brandon Williams, WR (AP 2nd, R 2nd) Brian Calhoun, RB (AP 2nd, SI 2nd, R 3rd) Ken DeBauche, P (SI 2nd) 2006 Joe Thomas, T (AP 1st, WC 1st, AFCA 1st, FWAA 1st, ESPN 1st, SI 1st, TSN 1st, PFW 1st, R 1st, CBS 1st) Travis Beckum, TE (WC 2nd, SI 2nd) P.J. Hill, RB (R 3rd) 2007 Travis Beckum, TE (WC 1st, R 1st, TSN 2nd) Taylor Mehlhaff, K (AFCA 1st) 2008 Kraig Urbik, G (ESPN 1st) 2010 Gabe Carimi, T (AFCA 1st, AP 1st, CBS 1st, CFN 1st, ESPN 1st, FWAA 1st, R 1st, SI 1st, TSN 1st) John Clay, RB (AP 3rd) Lance Kendricks, TE (AFCA 1st, PFW 1st, SI 1st, TSN 1st, AP 2nd, CFN 2nd) John Moffitt, G (AP 1st, CBS 1st, ESPN 1st, R 1st, SI 2nd, CFN 3rd) J.J. Watt, DE (PFW 1st, AP 2nd, CBS 2nd, CFN 2nd, R 2nd, SI 2nd) 2011 Montee Ball, RB (AP 1st, AFCA 1st, Y! 1st, SI 1st, TSN 1st, FWAA 1st, PFW 2nd) Chris Borland, MLB (Y! 3rd) Peter Konz, C (AFCA 1st, PFW 1st, Y! 2nd, SI 2nd) Russell Wilson, QB (Y! 3rd) Kevin Zeitler, T (AFCA 1st, PFW 1st, Y! 2nd) 2012 Montee Ball, RB (AP 1st, AFCA 1st, ESPN 1st, PFW 1st, WC 1st, CBS 2nd, SI 2nd) Travis Frederick, C (PFW 1st) Rick Wagner, T (CBS 2nd) 2013 Chris Borland, ILB (FWAA 1st, ATH 2nd, AP 2nd, CBS 2nd, SI 2nd, SB 2nd) Ryan Groy, G (SB 2nd, AP 3rd) 2014 Kyle Costigan, G (ESPN 1st) Melvin Gordon, RB (AFCA 1st, AP 1st, FWAA 1st, WC 1st, TSN 1st, CBS 1st, ESPN 1st, SI 1st) Rob Havenstein, T (AFCA 1st, FWAA 2nd, TSN 2nd) 2015 Joe Schobert, OLB (FWAA 1st, ESPN 1st, AP 2nd, WC 2nd, TSN 2nd, CBS 2nd) 2016 Ryan Ramczyk, LT (AP 1st, TSN 1st, ESPN 1st, CBS 1st, SI 1st, FWAA 2nd, WC 2nd) T.J. Watt, OLB (ESPN 1st, SI 1st, AP 2nd, CBS 2nd) 174

177 First-Team All-Americans Robert Butts Butler Tackle, 1912 Was a consensus All-American named first-team All-Big Ten in both 1912 and 1913 played on the 1912 team which was undefeated and won the Big Ten championship (the 1912 defensive unit registered four shutouts and allowed only 29 points) went on to play professionally with the Canton Bulldogs in 1972, was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame Ray Tubby Keeler Guard, 1913 Consensus All-American first-team All-Big Ten in 1912 and 1913 Arlie Mucks Guard, 1914 Was also a track star at the UW undefeated in college career in the discus and shot put competed in the 1912 Olympic Games in Stockholm, Sweden and placed second in the discus became a Big Ten football official following his playing days Howard Cub Buck Tackle, 1915 Was a consensus All-American captain of the 1915 Badger team named first-team All-Big Ten in both 1914 and 1915 played for the Canton Bulldogs from and the Green Bay Packers from member of the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame was the head coach at Lawrence College in and at the University of Miami from Paul Meyers End, 1919 All-American as chosen by Walter Eckersall first-team All-Big Ten in 1916 and 1919 Charles Carpenter Center, 1919 All-American as chosen by Frank Menke Wisconsin s first All- America center Big Ten Medal of Honor recipient 1919 team captain Madison native that later served as the president of the UW Athletic Board George Bunge Center, 1920 A two-time All-American at center, he earned firstteam honors in 1920 Frank Weston End, 1920 First-team All-Big Ten in 1919 and 1920 captain of 1920 squad which went 6-1 also played basketball for the Badgers served on the Wisconsin Athletic Board from Ralph Scott Tackle, 1920 Consensus All-American played for Chicago Bears, Marty Below Tackle, 1923 Consensus All- American Badger captain in 1923 first-team All-Big Ten in 1922 and 1923 Red Grange called him the greatest lineman I ever played against elected in 1988 to the College Football Hall of Fame Milo Lubratovich Tackle, 1930 Consensus All-American was named first-team All-Big Ten in 1930 missed the 1929 season with a broken leg played in the 1930 East-West Shrine Game played with the Brooklyn Dodgers from Howard Weiss Fullback, 1938 Given the Silver Football for being the Big Ten MVP in 1938 Badger co-captain first-team All-Big Ten in 1938 also played linebacker for UW played professionally for the Detroit Lions from WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK CONSENSUS ALL-AMERICANS Year Player Position 1912 Robert Butts Butler Tackle 1913 Ray Tubby Keeler Guard 1915 Howard Cub Buck Tackle 1919 Charles Carpenter Center 1920 Ralph Scott Tackle 1923 Marty Below Tackle 1930 Milo Lubratovich Tackle 1942 Dave Schreiner* End 1954 Alan Ameche* Running Back 1959 Dan Lanphear* Tackle 1962 Pat Richter End 1975 Dennis Lick Tackle 1981 Tim Krumrie Nose Guard 1994 Cory Raymer Center 1998 Tom Burke* Defensive End 1998 Aaron Gibson Tackle 1999 Ron Dayne* Running Back 1999 Chris McIntosh* Tackle 2000 Jamar Fletcher Defensive Back 2004 Erasmus James Defensive End 2006 Joe Thomas* Tackle 2010 Gabe Carimi* Tackle 2010 Lance Kendricks Tight End 2011 Montee Ball Running Back 2012 Montee Ball Running Back 2014 Melvin Gordon* Running Back 2016 Ryan Ramczyk Tackle * Unanimous Consensus All-American Dave Schreiner End, Was a consensus All-American in 1942 also in 1942, was awarded the Silver Football as Big Ten MVP named first-team All-Big Ten in 1941 and 1942 Badger captain in 1942 first Badger ever to catch three touchdowns in one quarter in a win over Marquette in 1942 his number 80 was retired by the university was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1955 was killed in 1945 in World War II Pat Harder Fullback, 1942 Was the Big Ten s scoring and rushing champion in 1941 named firstteam All-Big Ten in 1941 and 1942 was MVP of the 1943 College All- Star Game, scoring two touchdowns in the game was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1993 drafted second overall by the Chicago Cardinals in 1944, the highest UW draft pick in history

178 went on to a very successful NFL career with the Cardinals from and the Detroit Lions from led the NFL in scoring in 1947 and 1948, and was the co-leader in 1949 finished career with 33 TDs and 3,016 yards rushing member of the Lions 1952 NFL championship team a 1953 Pro Bowler after playing days, became an NFL referee Earl Girard Quarterback, 1944 A versatile player, with the ability to run and pass, while also a punter and a safety on defense was only 17 years old in the 1944 season set a Big Ten and NCAA record with two punt return touchdowns in a game against Iowa in 1947 drafted in 1948 in the first round by the Green Bay Packers played for the Packers from , the Detroit Lions from and the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1957 Ed Withers Defensive Back, Had eight career interceptions for the Badgers All-Big Ten defensive back in 1951 in a 1950 game at Iowa, he intercepted three passes for 103 yards returned Hal Faverty Defensive End, 1951 Starred on the top defensive unit in the country in 1951 was a defensive specialist and one of the top linebackers in the nation twice was named United Press Lineman of the Week earned all-conference honors as a senior in 1951 played in the 1951 East-West Shrine Game played professionally for the Green Bay Packers in 1952 Pat O Donahue End, 1951 Member of the famed Hard Rocks defensive unit, which was the best in the nation in 1951, setting school records for least points, rushing yards and total yards allowed per game was an All-Big Ten defensive end in 1951 played in the 1951 Blue-Gray Game and was a member of the 1952 College All-Star team played for the San Francisco 49ers in 1952 and the Green Bay Packers in 1955 Dave Suminski Tackle, 1952 Played offensive and defensive tackle for the Badgers blocked for 176 standout running back Alan Ameche, who led the Big Ten in rushing in 1951 member of the 1952 Big Ten Championship team played for the Washington Redskins in 1953 became an all-pro in the CFL from , playing for the Hamilton Tiger Cats Don Voss End, 1952 Member of famed Hard Rocks, top-defensive unit in the country in 1951, allowing only 6.6 points per game, 66.8 rushing yards a game, total yards per game played in the 1952 Rose Bowl member of 1952 Big Ten Championship team was also a track All-American in 1952 could not play professionally due to a career-ending knee injury Alan Ameche Fullback, Wisconsin s first Heisman Trophy winner in 1954 was a consensus All-American in 1954 named the Big Ten MVP in 1954 won the Walter Camp Award in 1953 as outstanding college player of the year led the Badgers to the 1953 Rose Bowl and rushed for 133 yards in the game was the Big Ten rushing champion in 1951 and 1952 had the first 1,000 yard season by a Badger in 1952 as a sophomore named first-team All-Big Ten in 1952, 1953, and 1954 set the NCAA career rushing mark of 3,345 yards inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1975 was the second overall pick in the 1955 draft by the Baltimore Colts, which is tied for the highest UW player selected played for the Colts from participated in four NFL Pro Bowls scored the winning touchdown in the Colts overtime win over the Giants in the 1958 NFL title game Dan Lanphear Tackle, 1959 Played left tackle for UW played for the Houston Oilers in 1960 and 1962 his father, George, was a star lineman for the Badgers in the 1930s first-team All-Big Ten in Pat Richter End, Was a consensus All-American in 1962 led the nation in receiving as a junior in 1961 was a captain in 1962 led team in receiving from and the Big Ten in receiving in 1961 and 1962 named firstteam All-Big Ten in 1961 and 1962 led the Badgers with 163 yards and 11 receptions in the 1963 Rose Bowl also lettered in basketball and baseball at the UW played for the Washington Redskins from after being a first-round draft selection in 1963 Dennis Lick Tackle, A consensus All-American in 1975 was first-team All-Big Ten in 1974 and 1975 played in the 1976 Hula Bowl, 1975 East-West Shrine Game and 1976 Japan Bowl drafted eighth overall in 1976 by the Chicago Bears played for the Bears from Lawrence Johnson Defensive Back, 1978 First-team All-American by The Sporting News... played in the 1978 East-West Shrine Game and the 1979 Japan Bowl... drafted in the second round of the 1979 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns... played nine seasons in the NFL with the Browns and the Buffalo Bills Ray Snell Tackle, 1979 Badger captain in 1979 first-team All-Big Ten in 1979 played in the 1979 Senior Bowl All-Star Game and the Hula Bowl in 1980 selected in the first round of the NFL draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1980 played for the Buccaneers from and the Pittsburgh Steelers from Matt VandenBoom Defensive Back, 1981 Named first-team All-Big Ten in Badger captain in 1982 member of the UW team that won the 1982 Independence Bowl, 14-3 over Kansas State (had an interception in the game) in 1981 was the Big Ten co-leader with six interceptions had three interceptions in 1981 season opener, a win over top-ranked Michigan Tim Krumrie Nose Guard, College Football Hall of Fame Class of consensus All-American in 1981 named first-team All-Big Ten in 1980, 1981 and 1982 was a captain of the 1982 Badgers holds the school records for most solo tackles in a career with 276 and most career tackles by a defensive lineman with 444 started all

179 46 games in his Badger career was named the defensive MVP of the 1982 Independence Bowl win over Kansas State (UW defense allowed KSU only three points and two yards per carry) named the national Player of the Week by the Associated Press as the Badgers upset No. 1 rated Michigan to open 1981 season also a member of the UW wrestling team (placed fifth in the Big Ten in 1980) played professionally for the Cincinnati Bengals from took part in the 1988 and 1989 Pro Bowls Richard Johnson Defensive Back, 1984 First-team All-Big Ten in 1984 had a school-record six blocked kicks in 1984, giving him nine in his career also in 1984, had seven passes defended, four tackles-for-loss, and three interceptions drafted 11th overall by the Houston Oilers in 1985 and played for them from Paul Gruber Tackle, 1987 A captain in 1987 named firstteam All-Big Ten after the 1987 season drafted fourth overall by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1988 had a successful career with the Buccaneers from , playing in three Pro Bowls (1989, 1990 and 1992) Troy Vincent Defensive Back, 1991 Was first-team All-Big Ten in 1991 and was also named the Big Ten co-defensive Player of the Year a 1991 Badger captain semi-finalist for the Thorpe Award given to the top defensive back in the nation drafted seventh overall in 1992 by the Miami Dolphins played for the Dolphins from , the Philadelphia Eagles from and the Buffalo Bills from five-time Pro Bowl selection (2000, 01, 02, 03, 04)... was named NFL Man of the Year in 2002 Cory Raymer Center, 1994 Consensus All-American first-team All-Big Ten in 1993 and 1994 was center during the Badgers 1993 Big Ten Championship and 1994 Rose Bowl win in which UW amassed 250 rushing yards per game played for Washington and San Diego Tarek Saleh Defensive End, 1996 A Badger captain in 1996 firstteam All-Big Ten in 1995 and 1996 holds the school record with 58 career tackles-for-loss was the 1996 Copper Bowl Defensive MVP with six tackles, one pass defended and a blocked field goal played in the NFL for the Carolina Panthers and Cleveland Browns Ron Dayne Running Back, Heisman Trophy winner a consensus All-American in 1999 holds NCAA record with 6,397 rushing yards was given the Maxwell Award, Walter Camp Award and Doak Walker Award following the 1999 season given player of the year honors by both the Associated Press and The Sporting News 1999 Big Ten MVP first-team All-Big Ten in 1996, 1998 and 1999 averaged yards a game in the 1999 season a Badger captain in 1999 member of two Big Ten championship teams (1998 and 1999) was the MVP in both the 1999 and 2000 Rose Bowl games (amassed 446 yards and five touchdowns in those two Badger victories) 1996 Copper Bowl MVP Big Ten Rookie of the Year in 1996 drafted 11th overall by the New York Giants in 2000 and also played for the Denver Broncos and Houston Texans during xx-year NFL career member of the Giants team that went to Super Bowl XXXV Aaron Gibson Tackle, 1998 Consensus All-American finalist for both the Lombardi Award and Outland Trophy following the 1998 season first-team All-Big Ten in 1998 member of Badgers 1998 Big Ten Championship team that won the 1999 Rose Bowl drafted in the first round by the Detroit Lions in 1999 played for Detroit, Dallas and Chicago Tom Burke Defensive End, 1998 Consensus All-American in 1998 led the nation in 1998 with 22 sacks was the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year, with school-record 22 sacks and 31 tackles-for-loss firstteam All-Big Ten in 1998 member of Badgers 1998 Big Ten championship team that won the 1999 Rose Bowl played for the Arizona Cardinals WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Jamar Fletcher Defensive Back, Consensus All-American in Jim Thorpe Award winner, given to the best defensive back in the nation Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year in 2000 in a 2000 game against Oregon, had career-best three interceptions, including the game-clincher firstteam All-Big Ten in 1998, 1999 and 2000 had a Big Ten record five interception returns for touchdowns in his three-year career, including one in the 1999 Rose Bowl his 21 career interceptions are school record led the nation in 1998 with seven interceptions starter on UW s 1998 and 1999 Big Ten championship teams has played for the Miami Dolphins, San Diego Chargers and Cincinnati Bengals Chris McIntosh Tackle, 1999 Consensus All-American finalist for the Outland Trophy, given to the nation s outstanding interior lineman a 1999 Badger captain first-team All-Big Ten in 1999 part of offensive line that helped lead the 1999 Badgers to school-record 3,305 rushing yards drafted 22nd overall by the Seattle Seahawks in 2000 Kevin Stemke Punter, 2000 Ray Guy Award winner in 2000, given to the nation s top punter in 2000 he averaged school-record 44.5 yards per punt led the Big Ten in punting in 1998 and 2000 earned first-team All-Big Ten honors in 1998 and 2000 holds UW career records in punting average with 43.5 yards per kick and 10,660 punting yards Wendell Bryant Defensive Tackle, 2001 Two-time Big Ten defensive lineman of the year in 2000 and 2001 a Badger captain in and 2001 Lombardi Award semi-finalist ranks fifth in UW history with 24 sacks led the Badgers with eight sacks in the 2001 season in a 2001 game at Penn State, he had five sacks for 32 yards lost in the 1999 Rose Bowl, he sacked UCLA quarterback Cade McNown to clinch a Badger victory played for Arizona Cardinals

180 Lee Evans Wide Receiver, 2001 One of three finalists for the 2001 Biletnikoff Award, given to the nation s top wide receiver... broke the Big Ten record for most receiving yards in a season with 1,545 averaged yards per game in 2001, ranking him fourth nationally his 2001 receiving yardage total was the 15th-highest in NCAA history in only three years, eclipsed the UW record with 2,255 career receiving yards in 2001, he set school single-season records for receptions (75), touchdown receptions with nine (tied the record) and 100-yard receiving games (eight) first Badger to lead the Big Ten in receiving since firstround draft choice of the Buffalo Bills... No. 2 on all-time Big Ten receiving yardage list and UW career record-holder for receptions, receiving yards and receiving TDs Jim Leonhard Defensive Back, First-team All-American according to SI.com (2002), ESPN.com (2003) and Pro Football Weekly (2004)... three-time first-team All-Big Ten... named team s special teams player of the year twice... led nation with Big Ten record-tying 11 interceptions in 2002 and led Big Ten in interceptions in 2003 his 21 interceptions are tied with Jamar Fletcher for most all-time at UW and are tied for fourth-most in Big Ten history... led Big Ten (and ranked 10th nationally) with school recordtying 25 pass breakups in passes defended rank fourth in school history... broke school punt return yardage record in both 2002 and Big Ten s career leader in punt return yardage with 1, a 2003 CoSIDA second-team Academic All-American and twotime Academic All-Big Ten selection CoSIDA first-team Academic All-American...has played for the Buffalo Bills, Baltimore Ravens and New York Jets Dan Buenning Guard, 2004 First-team All-American according to College & Pro Football Newsweekly second-team All-American according to the Associated Press and The Sporting News second-team All-Big Ten by the media and honorable mention selection by the coaches in 2004 named fourth-team freshman All-American and to the Big Ten 178 all-freshman team by The Sporting News in 2002 picked in the fourth round of the 2005 NFL Draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Erasmus James Defensive End, 2004 A consensus All-American choice... finalist for the Nagurski, Bednarik, Lombardi and Hendricks Awards... named national defensive lineman of the year by the Touchdown Club of Columbus, Ohio... consensus firstteam All-Big Ten... named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year and Big Ten Defensive Lineman of the Year... led team with eight QB sacks and tied for team lead with 11.5 TFLs... twice named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week in winner of UW s Jay Seiler Coaches Appreciation Award... selected in the first round of the 2005 NFL Draft by the Minnesota Vikings Joe Thomas Tackle, Two-time, first-team All-American (a consensus All-American as a senior in 2006)... UW s first winner of the Outland Trophy in twotime consensus first-team All-Big Ten choice... two-time Lombardi Award semifinalist... finalist for the Wuerffel Trophy in team captain and co-mvp as a senior... UW s Male Big Ten Medal of Honor winner for named a National Scholar-Athlete ($18,000 postgraduate scholarship winner) by National Football Foundation... ESPN The Magazine second-team Academic All-American in three-time ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District and Academic All-Big Ten selection... started 39 games during his career... selected by Cleveland Browns with No. 3 overall pick in 2007 NFL Draft and is a five-time Pro Bowler Travis Beckum Tight End, 2007 First-team All-American according to Walter Camp and Rivals.com and second-team All-American according to The Sporting News finalist for the John Mackey Award named college football s Tight End of the Year by the Touchdown Club of Columbus, Ohio consensus first-team All-Big Ten co-winner of UW s Wayne Souza Coaches Appreciation Award led nation s tight ends in receiving yards (982) and ranked No. 2 in receptions (75)... his 75 receptions are most ever 178 for a Badger tight end (breaking the record of 61 that he set in 2006) and tied for most in school history (any position)... his 159 receptions are third on school s career list behind only wide receivers Brandon Williams (202) and Lee Evans (175)... third on school s career receiving yardage list with 2,149 yards... drafted in third round by New York Giants in 2009 Taylor Mehlhaff Kicker, 2007 First-team All-American according to American Football Coaches Association two-time Lou Groza Award semifinalist... first-team All-Big Ten selection according to coaches and second-team choice of the media winner of UW s Special Teams Player of the Year Award made 21 of 25 field goal attempts and 42 of 43 PATs... second on school s career scoring list with 295 points... tied for second on UW s career field goals list with school s career leader in extra points (145), extra point attempts (148) and extra-point percentage (.979)... sixth round draft choice of the New Orleans Saints in 2008 Kraig Urbik Guard, 2008 First-team All-American according to ESPN.com... made 50 career starts along the Badger offensive line at both guard and tackle (started every game in his career except two missed due to injury as a senior)... two-time consensus second-team All-Big Ten selection... selected to play in the 2008 Senior Bowl... team captain as a senior... drafted in third round by Pittsburgh in 2009 Gabe Carimi Tackle, 2010 Unanimous consensus All-American Outland Trophy winner... two-time first-team All-Big Ten selection... selected to 2011 Senior Bowl... played in and started 49 games in career... team captain as a senior.. four-time Academic All-Big Ten honoree... drafted in first round by Chicago in 2011 Lance Kendricks Tight End, 2010 First-team All-American according to Sports Illustrated, American Football Coaches Association and The Sporting News... consensus firstteam All-Big Ten selection in finalist for the 2010 John Mackey

181 Award... team captain as a senior... finished career 18th all-time at UW in receiving yards... led team in 2010 in receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns... selected to play in 2011 Senior Bowl... drafted in second round by St. Louis in 2011 John Moffitt Guard, 2010 First-team All-American according to Associated Press... played in 45 games in career with 42 starts (27 at left guard and 15 at center)... two-time consensus first-team All-Big Ten selection... selected to play in the 2011 Senior Bowl... team captain as a senior... drafted in third round by Seattle in 2011 J.J. Watt Defensive End, 2010 First-team All-American according to Pro Football Weekly secondteam All-American according to the Associated Press, CBS, CollegeFootballNews.com, Rivals. com and Sports Illustrated consensus first-team All-Big Ten Academic All-Big Ten Lott IMPACT Trophy winner named Team MVP led team in TFLs, sacks, quarterback hurries, forced fumbles and blocked kicks firstround draft choice of the Houston Texans in 2010 four-time firstteam All-Pro and four-time Pro Bowl selection... three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year (2012, 2014, 2015), matching Lawrence Taylor for most awards in league history Montee Ball Running Back, Two-time consensus first-team All-American (2011, 2012) Doak Walker Award winner as nation s top running back Heisman Trophy finalist... set NCAA record for touchdowns in a career (83)... two-time Ameche-Dayne Big Ten Running Back of the Year... two-time consensus first-team All-Big Ten Graham- George Big Ten Offensive Player and Chicago Tribune Silver Football award winner... in 2011, led nation with 1,923 rushing yards and 39 total touchdowns, tying Barry Sanders FBS record for TDs in a season... taken in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos Peter Konz Center, 2011 First-team All-American according to American Football Coaches Association and Pro Football Weekly... first-team All-Big Ten (media) in finalist for Rimington Trophy in consensus honorable mention All-Big Ten in three-time Academic All-Big Ten... picked in the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons Kevin Zeitler Guard, 2011 First-team All-American according to American Football Coaches Association and Pro Football Weekly... second-team All-American according to Yahoo! Sports and Phil Steele... consensus first-team All-Big Ten in two-time Academic All-Big Ten... first-round draft choice of the Cincinnati Bengals in 2012 Travis Frederick Center, 2012 First-team All-American according to Pro Football Weekly first-team All- Big Ten selection by the media and honorable mention selection by the coaches Academic All-Big Ten consensus second-team All-Big Ten in 2011 first-round choice of the Dallas Cowboys in 2013 NFL Draft... two-time All-Pro and two-time Pro Bowl selection (2014, 2015) Chris Borland Linebacker, 2013 First-team All-American according to FWAA named 2013 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year and Butkus-Fitzgerald Big Ten Linebacker of the Year finalist for the 2013 Lott IMPACT Trophy three-time first-team All-Big Ten choice 2009 Big Ten Freshman of the Year finished his career with a Big Ten-record 15 forced fumbles, second-most in FBS history finished his career ranked sixth in school history with 417 career tackles registered at least 100 tackles in three straight seasons ( ) his 50.0 career TFLs ranks fourth in UW history Kyle Costigan Guard, 2014 First-team All-American according to ESPN... consensus first-team All-Big Ten selection as a senior... played in 42 career games, making 35 starts... began career as defensive lineman 179 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK and made switch to offensive line for final three seasons, starting final 26 games of career at right guard... part of units that set school records for total offense (480.8 ypg) in 2013 and rushing offense (320.1 ypg) in 2014 Melvin Gordon Running Back, 2014 Unanimous consensus first-team All-American... Heisman Trophy runner-up... finalist for Maxwell and Walter Camp national player of the year awards... claimed Doak Walker Award as nation s top running back... Graham-George Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year... Ameche-Dayne Big Ten Running Back of the Year Chicago Tribune Silver Football award winner as Big Ten MVP... named 2015 Outback Bowl MVP after posting game-record 251 rushing yards and three TDs... set FBS record for career rushing average at 7.79 yards per carry... rushed for 2,587 yards, secondmost in FBS history, including six 200-yard games... became third FBS player to rush for 2,000 yards and score 30 TDs in a season... broke FBS single-game record with 408 rushing yards (in three quarters) vs. Nebraska... rushed for 4,915 yards in his career, No. 3 all-time at UW and No. 6 in Big Ten history... firstround pick of San Diego Chargers in 2015 NFL Draft Rob Havenstein Tackle, 2014 First-team All-American according to American Football Coaches Association... second-team All- America by Football Writers Associaton of America, Sporting News and USA Today... consensus first-team All-Big Ten selection as a senior... second-team All-Big Ten as a junior... matched school record by playing in 54 career games, including 42 starts... started in each of final 41 games of career at right tackle... part of units that set school records for total offense (480.8 ypg) in 2013 and rushing offense (320.1 ypg) in selected in second round of 2015 NFL Draft by St. Louis Rams... named to 2015 PFWA All-Rookie Team Joe Schobert Linebacker, 2015 First-team All-American according to FWAA and ESPN... secondteam All-America by AP, Walter Camp, Sporting News and USA 179

182 Today... Butkus-Fitzgerald Big Ten Linebacker of the Year... consensus first-team All-Big Ten... key component of Badgers defense that ranked No. 1 nationally, allowing 13.7 points per game... UW also ranked No. 2 in total defense at yards allowed per game... logged 19.5 tackles for loss, tying for second in the Big Ten and eighth nationally... finished with 9.5 sacks, tying for fourth among Big Ten players... named Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week for effort vs. Iowa that saw him record 3.5 tackles for loss and 3.0 sacks, force two fumbles and log five quarterback hurries Ryan Ramczyk Tackle, 2016 Consensus first-team All-American... consensus first-team All-Big Ten selection... played one season at Wisconsin in 2016, starting all 14 games at left tackle... transferred from UW-Stevens Point and redshirted the 2015 season per NCAA rules... elected to forgo senior season and enter 2017 NFL Draft, where he was selected in the first round by New Orleans with the 32nd overall pick T.J. Watt Linebacker, 2016 First-team All-America by ESPN and Sports Illustrated.. second-team All-America by Associated Press... consensus first-team All-Big Ten selection... started all 14 games at outside linebacker as a junior in led Big Ten with 11.5 sacks and ranked third in the league with 15.5 tackles for loss... finished with 63 total tackles... was slowed by injury in first two seasons while playing tight end... transitioned to linebacker prior to 2015 season and played in all 13 games as part of specific defensive packages... elected to forgo senior season and enter 2017 NFL Draft, where he was selected in the first round by Pittsburgh with the 30th overall pick 180

183 First-Team All-Big Ten WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 1906 Ewald Stiehm, center 1907 John Messmer, guard 1908 John Messmer, guard Harlan Rogers, end Oscar Ostoff, tackle Jack Wilce, fullback 1909 James Dean, end Bill Mackmiller, guard 1910 James Dean, end 1911 R.E. Branstad, tackle A.L. Buser, tackle Ed Hoeffel, end John Moll, quarterback H.S. Ofstie, end Al Tandberg, fullback 1912 Robert Butler, tackle Max Gelein, guard Edmund Gillette, quarterback Ed Hoeffel, end Ray Keeler, guard H.S. Ofstie, end Edward Samp, tackle Al Tandberg, fullback John VanRiper, halfback 1913 Robert Butler, tackle Ray Keeler, guard 1914 Howard Buck, tackle 1915 Dow Beyers, halfback Howard Buck, tackle 1916 Paul Meyers, end 1917 W.M. Kelly, end Eber Simpson, quarterback 1919 Paul Meyers, end 1920 Frank Weston, end 1921 Alvah Elliott, halfback 1922 Marty Below, tackle Gustaf Tebell, end Rollie Williams, quarterback 1923 Marty Below, tackle Merrill Taft, fullback 1925 Doyle Hamilton, halfback 1927 Ed Crofoot, halfback 1928 Rube Wagner, tackle 1929 John Parks, guard 1930 Greg Kabat, guard Milo Lubratovich, tackle 1931 Greg Kabat, guard 1932 Greg Kabat, guard 1938 Jack Murray, center Howard Weiss, fullback 1939 George Paskvan, fullback 1940 George Paskvan, fullback 1941 Pat Harder, fullback Dave Schreiner, end 1942 Pat Harder, fullback Elroy Hirsch, halfback Fred Negus, center Dave Schreiner, end 1945 Clarence Esser, tackle 1947 Bob Wilson, center/end 1949 Bob Wilson, center/end 1951 John Coatta, quarterback 1952 Alan Ameche, fullback Bob Kennedy, guard George O Brien, guard Dave Suminski, tackle 1953 Alan Ameche, fullback 1954 Alan Ameche, fullback Gary Messner, guard 1958 Jerry Stalcup, guard Dick Teteak, center 1959 Dale Hackbart, quarterback Dan Lanphear, tackle Jerry Stalcup, guard 1961 Pat Richter, end 1962 Pat Richter, end Ron Vander Kelen, quarterback 1963 Louis Holland, halfback 1966 Bob Richter, linebacker 1967 Ken Criter, linebacker Tom Domres, tackle 1968 Ken Criter, linebacker 1970 Bill Gregory, defensive end Chuck Winfrey, linebacker 1971 Rufus Ferguson, running back 1972 Rufus Ferguson, running back Dave Lokanc, linebacker 1973 Billy Marek, running back Mike Webster, center 1974 Dennis Lick, tackle Billy Marek, running back Jack Novak, end 1975 Dennis Lick, tackle Billy Marek, running back Terry Stieve, tackle 1977 Dennis Stejskal, defensive end 1979 Dave Mohapp, fullback Ray Snell, tackle 1980 Tim Krumrie, noseguard 1981 Dave Greenwood, def. back Tim Krumrie, noseguard Dave Mohapp, fullback Darryl Sims, defensive tackle Matt VandenBoom, def. back 1982 Dave Greenwood, def. back Tim Krumrie, noseguard Darryl Sims, defensive tackle Matt VandenBoom, def. back Bob Winckler, tackle 1983 Jim Melka, linebacker Al Toon, wide receiver 1984 Jeff Dellenbach, tackle Richard Johnson, def. back Darryl Sims, defensive tackle Al Toon, wide receiver 1985 Bob Landsee, guard 1986 Nate Odomes, defensive back Michael Reid, linebacker 1987 Paul Gruber, tackle 1990 Don Davey, defensive tackle 1991 Troy Vincent, cornerback 1992 Chuck Belin, guard Gary Casper, linebacker Lamark Shackerford, nose grd. Rich Thompson, kicker 1993 Darrell Bevell, quarterback Jeff Messenger, safety Brent Moss, running back Joe Panos, tackle Cory Raymer, center Michael Roan, tight end Joe Rudolph, guard Lamark Shackerford, nose grd Jeff Messenger, safety Cory Raymer, center Joe Rudolph, guard Mike Thompson, def. tackle Mike Verstegen, tackle 1995 Tarek Saleh, defensive end 1996 Ron Dayne, running back Pete Monty, linebacker Tarek Saleh, defensive end Jamie Vanderveldt, guard 1997 Matt Davenport, kicker 1998 Tom Burke, defensive end Matt Davenport, kicker Ron Dayne, running back Jamar Fletcher, cornerback Aaron Gibson, tackle Kevin Stemke, punter 1999 Wendell Bryant, def. tackle Ron Dayne, running back Bill Ferrario, guard Jamar Fletcher, cornerback Chris McIntosh, tackle Vitaly Pisetsky, kicker Casey Rabach, center 2000 Wendell Bryant, def. tackle Jamar Fletcher, cornerback Nick Greisen, linebacker Casey Rabach, guard Kevin Stemke, punter 2001 Mark Anelli, tight end Wendell Bryant, def. tackle Anthony Davis, running back Mike Echols, defensive back Lee Evans, wide receiver Nick Greisen, linebacker 2002 Jim Leonhard, defensive back 2003 Lee Evans, wide receiver Anttaj Hawthorne, def. tackle Jim Leonhard, defensive back Alex Lewis, linebacker 2004 Dan Buenning, guard Anttaj Hawthorne, def. tackle Erasmus James, defensive end Jim Leonhard, defensive back Scott Starks, defensive back 2005 Brian Calhoun, running back Ken DeBauche, punter Joe Thomas, offensive tackle 2006 P.J. Hill, running back Jack Ikegwuonu, def. back Joe Thomas, offensive tackle 2007 Travis Beckum, tight end Marcus Coleman, center Jack Ikegwuonu, def. back Taylor Mehlhaff, kicker 2008 Garrett Graham, tight end Allen Langford, def. back 2009 Gabe Carimi, tackle John Clay, running back Garrett Graham, tight end John Moffitt, guard O Brien Schofield, def. end 2010 Gabe Carimi, tackle Antonio Fenelus, def. back Lance Kendricks, tight end John Moffitt, guard J.J. Watt, defensive end 181

184 2011 Montee Ball, running back Chris Borland, linebacker Antonio Fenelus, def.back Aaron Henry, defensive back Peter Konz, center Josh Oglesby, tackle Mike Taylor, linebacker Russell Wilson, quarterback Kevin Zeitler, guard 2012 Jared Abbrederis, w. receiver Montee Ball, running back Chris Borland, linebacker Travis Frederick, center Jacob Pedersen, tight end Mike Taylor, linebacker Rick Wagner, left tackle 2013 Jared Abbrederis, w. receiver Chris Borland, linebacker Ryan Groy, left guard 2014 Kyle Costigan, right guard Melvin Gordon, running back Rob Havenstein, right tackle Derek Landisch, linebacker 2015 Alex Erickson, wide receiver Joe Schobert, linebacker 2016 Corey Clement, running back Ryan Ramczyk, tackle Sojourn Shelton, def. back T.J. Watt, linebacker

185 Big Ten Player of the Week Honors OFF Offensive POW (began 1987) DEF Defensive POW (began 1987) ST Special Teams POW (began 1994) FR Freshman of the Week (began 2010) 1990 Nov. 19 Don Davey DEF 1991 Sept. 16 Troy Vincent DEF 1992 Sept. 19 Terrell Fletcher OFF Oct. 3 Chad Yocum DEF Oct. 17 Rich Thompson OFF 1993 Sept. 4 Jeff Messenger DEF Sept. 25 Brent Moss OFF Oct. 11 Darrell Bevell OFF Nov. 22 Terrell Fletcher OFF 1994 Sept. 26 Terrell Fletcher OFF John Hall ST Oct. 31 Eric Unverzagt DEF Nov. 21 Jeff Messenger DEF 1995 Sept. 30 Darrell Bevell OFF Daryl Carter DEF Nov. 13 John Hall ST 1996 Sept. 16 John Hall ST Oct. 22 John Hall ST Nov. 4 Ron Dayne OFF John Hall ST Nov. 11 Ron Dayne OFF Nov. 25 Ron Dayne OFF 1997 Sept. 8 John Favret DEF Sept. 27 Matt Davenport ST Oct. 6 Matt Davenport ST 1998 Sept. 26 Ron Dayne OFF Oct. 3 Tom Burke DEF Oct. 17 Ron Dayne OFF Oct. 24 Tom Burke DEF Nov. 21 Tom Burke DEF 1999 Sept. 12 Nick Davis OFF Sept. 19 Ron Dayne OFF Oct. 3 Vitaly Pisetsky ST Oct. 10 Vitaly Pisetsky ST Oct. 17 Chris Ghidorzi DEF Oct. 24 Ron Dayne OFF Nov. 7 Ron Dayne OFF Jamar Fletcher DEF Nov. 14 Ron Dayne OFF 2000 Sept. 11 Michael Bennett OFF Jamar Fletcher DEF Kevin Stemke ST Oct. 15 MIke Echols DEF Kevin Stemke ST Nov. 6 Nick Greisen DEF 2001 Aug. 27 Lee Evans OFF Erasmus James DEF Sept. 24 Wendell Bryant DEF Oct. 15 Mike Echols DEF 2002 Aug. 26 Jim Leonhard DEF Mike Allen ST Oct. 28 Brooks Bollinger OFF Nov. 4 Alex Lewis DEF Nov. 25 Anthony Davis OFF 2003 Sept. 8 Lee Evans OFF Sept. 29 Dwayne Smith OFF Oct. 6 Jim Leonhard ST Oct. 20 Alex Lewis DEF Oct. 27 Jim Leonhard DEF Nov. 17 Lee Evans OFF 2004 Sept. 13 Jim Leonhard ST Sept. 20 Erasmus James DEF Sept. 27 Erasmus James DEF Oct. 2 Anthony Davis OFF Oct. 16 Scott Starks DEF Nov. 6 John Stocco OFF 2005 Sept. 5 Brian Calhoun OFF Sept. 12 Brandon Williams ST Sept. 19 Ken DeBauche ST Oct. 3 Brandon Williams ST Oct. 31 Brian Calhoun OFF Nov. 28 John Stocco OFF Dontez Sanders DEF Taylor Mehlhaff ST 2006 Sept. 4 Jonathan Casillas ST Sept. 25 Ken DeBauche ST Oct. 2 John Stocco OFF Oct. 9 P.J. Hill OFF Oct. 30 Taylor Mehlhaff ST 2007 Sept. 3 Tyler Donovan OFF Sept. 17 David Gilreath ST Sept. 24 Ken DeBauche ST Oct. 1 P.J. Hill OFF Oct. 29 DeAndre Levy DEF Nov. 12 Matt Shaughnessy DEF Nov. 19 Zach Brown OFF 2008 Sept. 15 DeAndre Levy DEF Oct. 27 Brad Nortman ST Nov. 10 David Gilreath OFF Nov. 17 Mike Newkirk DEF 2009 Sept. 20 Chris Borland ST Sept. 27 Scott Tolzien OFF Oct. 4 John Clay OFF O Brien Schofield DEF Nov. 1 Chris Borland DEF Nov. 15 Scott Tolzien OFF Dec. 6 John Clay OFF J.J. Watt DEF David Gilreath ST 2010 Sept. 27 James White FR Oct. 4 James White FR Oct. 11 John Clay OFF Oct. 18 David Gilreath ST Oct. 25 J.J. Watt DEF Brad Nortman ST Nov. 8 Antonio Fenelus DEF Nov. 15 James White FR Nov. 22 James White FR Nov. 29 Scott Tolzien OFF J.J. Watt DEF 2011 Sept. 5 Russell Wilson OFF Sept. 12 Mike Taylor DEF Oct. 3 Russell Wilson OFF Mike Taylor DEF Oct. 17 Montee Ball OFF Oct. 31 Mike Taylor DEF Nov. 7 Montee Ball OFF Chris Borland DEF Nov. 14 Russell Wilson OFF Nov. 21 Montee Ball OFF Chris Borland DEF Nov. 28 Montee Ball OFF 183

186 2012 Sept. 24 Chris Borland DEF Oct. 15 Montee Ball OFF Nov. 12 Montee Ball OFF 2013 Sept. 9 Corey Clement FR Sept. 23 Melvin Gordon OFF Nov. 11 Chris Borland DEF Nov. 18 Corey Clement FR 2014 Sept. 22 Melvin Gordon OFF Nov. 3 Corey Clement OFF Nov. 10 Vince Biegel DEF Nov. 17 Melvin Gordon OFF Nov. 24 Melvin Gordon OFF 2015 Sept. 28 Taiwan Deal FR Oct. 5 Joe Schobert DEF Oct. 19 T.J. Edwards FR Oct. 26 Drew Meyer ST Nov. 30 Drew Meyer ST 2016 Sept. 5 Rafael Gaglianone ST Sept. 26 T.J. Watt DEF Sept. 26 Alex Hornibrook OFF Oct. 17 Jack Cichy DEF Oct. 31 Ryan Connelly DEF Player of the Week Records Career Most Overall POW Honors 1. Ron Dayne, Montee Ball, Chris Borland, John Hall, Jim Leonhard, David Gilreath, James White, Melvin Gordon, Most Offensive POW Honors 1. Ron Dayne, Montee Ball, Melvin Gordon, Terrell Fletcher, Lee Evans, John Stocco, John Clay, Scott Tolzien, Russell Wilson, Most Defensive POW Honors 1. Chris Borland, Tom Burke, Erasmus James, J.J. Watt, Jeff Messenger, Jamar Fletcher, Mike Echols, Jim Leonhard, Alex Lewis, DeAndre Levy, Mike Taylor, Most Special Teams POW Honors 1. John Hall Ken DeBauche, David Gilreath, Matt Davenport, Vitaly Pisetsky, Kevin Stemke, Jim Leonhard, Brandon Williams, Taylor Mehlhaff, Brad Nortman, Drew Meyer, Season (Individual) Overall Player of the Week Honors 1. Ron Dayne, James White, Montee Ball, Ron Dayne, John Hall, Tom Burke, Russell Wilson, Melvin Gordon, Offensive POW Honors 1. Ron Dayne, Montee Ball, Ron Dayne, Russell Wilson, Melvin Gordon, Defensive POW Honors 1. Tom Burke, Erasmus James, J.J. Watt, Mike Taylor, Chris Borland, Special Teams POW Honors 1. John Hall, Matt Davenport, Vitaly Pisetsky, Kevin Stemke, Brandon Williams, Drew Meyer, Freshman of the Week Honors 1. James White, Corey Clement, Season (Team) Overall Player of the Week Honors Offensive POW Honors , 1996, , 2007 Defensive POW Honors , 2000, , 2009, 2010, 2016 Special Teams POW Honors , 1999, 2000, , 2010, 2015 Freshman of the Week Honors

187 Academic Honors CoSIDA Academic All-District The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) selects the nation s Academic All-America teams. To be nominated, a student-athlete must be a starter or important reserve with at least a 3.20 cumulative grade-point average for his career Jim Leonhard, defensive back Scott Starks, defensive back 2003 Jim Leonhard, defensive back 2004 Jim Leonhard, defensive back Joe Thomas, offensive tackle 2005 Jason Pociask, tight end Joe Thomas, offensive tackle 2006 Luke Swan, wide receiver Joe Thomas, offensive tackle 2007 Luke Swan, wide receiver 2008 Zach Brown, running back 2009 Brad Nortman, punter 2010 Bradie Ewing, fullback Peter Konz, center 2012 Michael Trotter, defensive back 2014 Dan Voltz, center 2015 Dan Voltz, center CoSIDA Academic All-America 1952 Bob Kennedy, guard, first team 1953 Alan Ameche, fullback, first team 1954 Alan Ameche, fullback, first team 1955 Pat Levenhagen, halfback, second team 1958 Jon Hobbs, fullback, first team 1959 Dale Hackbart, quarterback, first team 1960 Henry Derleth, end, honorable mention 1962 Pat Richter, tight end, first team 1963 Ken Bowman, center, first team 1966 Bob Richter, linebacker, second team 1972 Rufus Ferguson, running back, first team 1980 Dave Mohapp, fullback, second team 1981 Dave Mohapp, fullback, second team 1982 Kyle Borland, linebacker, first team Tim Stracka, end, second team Matt VandenBoom, def. back, second team 1987 Don Davey, defensive end, first team 1988 Don Davey, defensive end, first team 1989 Don Davey, defensive end, first team 1990 Don Davey, defensive tackle, first team 1996 Bryan Jurewicz, defensive line, second team 2003 Jim Leonhard, defensive back, second team 2004 Jim Leonhard, defensive back, first team 2006 Joe Thomas, offensive tackle, second team Rhodes Scholars 1927 Jefferson Burrus 1950 David Staiger Academic All-America All-Time Team Four former Badgers were named to the Academic All- America All-Time team in Fullback Alan Ameche was a first-team choice and center Ken Bowman, defensive lineman Don Davey and defensive back Dale Hackbart were named to the second team. All four Badgers are former Academic All-Americans. Davey (Manitowoc, Wis.) is the only four-time Academic All-America pick in University Division history. WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Academic All-America Hall of Fame Two former Badgers gridiron stars (Alan Ameche and Pat Richter) have been inducted into the CoSIDA Academic All- America Hall of Fame. To gain admittance, student-athletes must be former Academic All-Americans who distinguished themselves off the playing field after graduation. Ameche retired in Philadelphia after his professional football career and became one of the city s philanthropic leaders. Richter played pro football in Washington before returning to UW to earn his law degree. He worked at a Madison law firm and at Oscar Meyer before his appointment as Director of Athletics at the University of Wisconsin. NCAA Post-Graduate Scholars The NCAA annually awards post-graduate scholarships to student-athletes who excel academically and athletically and who are in their last year of collegiate competition. Thirteen scholarships each year go to FBS players Dave Fronek, safety 1980 Tom Stauss, split end 1983 Matt VandenBoom, defensive back National Football Foundation Scholar-Athletes 1966 Dave Fronek, safety 1979 Tom Stauss, split end 2004 Jim Leonhard, defensive back 2006 Joe Thomas, offensive tackle 2010 Scott Tolzien, quarterback Athletic Board Scholars 1985 Richard Streifel, computer science 1986 Richard Streifel, computer science 1987 Don Davey, mechanical engineering 1988 Don Davey, mechanical engineering 1989 Don Davey, mechanical engineering 1990 Don Davey, mechanical engineering 1991 Jeff Rasmussen, finance & banking 1992 Matt Nyquist, business: management 1993 Matt Nyquist, business: management 1994 Mike Rader, mechanical engineering 1995 Bryan Jurewicz, construction administration 1996 Bryan Jurewicz, construction administration 1997 Chris Ghidorzi, economics 1998 Jason Eck, psychology & philosophy 1999 Jason Schick, finance 2000 Jason Schick, finance 2001 Jason Schick, finance 2002 Jason Pociask, kinesiology 2003 Matt Gajda, mechanical engineering 2004 Matt Gajda, mechanical engineering 2005 Joel Nellis, kinesiology 2006 Matt Brown, kinesiology 2007 Matt Brown, kinesiology 2008 Chris Pressley, life sciences communication 2009 Prince Moody, edu. leadership & policy analysis 2010 Brad Nortman, accounting 2011 Russell Wilson, edu. leadership & policy analysis 2012 Michael Tro er, accoun ng 2013 Michael Tro er, accoun ng 2014 Dan Voltz, kinesiology 2015 Dan Voltz, kinesiology 2016 Zander Neuville, biology

188 Academic All-Big Ten 1953 John Dixon, guard 1954 Pat Levenhagen, halfback Clarence Stensby, guard 1955 Pat Levenhagen, halfback 1956 Pat Levenhagen, halfback 1957 John Heineke, guard 1958 Jerry Stalcup, guard Bob Zeman, halfback 1959 Henry Derleth, end Dale Hackbart, quarterback 1960 Henry Derleth, end 1961 Brian Moore, end 1962 Ron Carlson, end Pat Richter, end 1963 Ken Bowman, center Billy Smith, halfback 1966 Phil Peterson, guard Eric Rice, defensive end Bob Richter, linebacker 1967 Wally Schoessow, guard 1968 Wally Schoessow, guard 1971 Rufus Ferguson, running back Neil Graff, quarterback Keith Nosbusch, guard Bob Strock, defensive end 1972 Rufus Ferguson, running back Keith Nosbusch, guard 1973 Gregg Bohlig, quarterback 1974 Gregg Bohlig, quarterback Randy Frokjer, defensive end Rick Kocek, guard 1976 Jim Moore, center 1977 Greg Barber, tight end Tom Kaltenberg, tackle Dan Schieble, defensive back Tom Stauss, split end 1978 David Charles, tight end John Kiltz, punter Jim Moore, center Tom Stauss, split end 1979 Tom Stauss, split end Tim Stracka, wide receiver 1980 Dave Mohapp, fullback Tim Stracka, split end 1981 Dave Mohapp, fullback Matt VandenBoom, def. back 1982 Kyle Borland, linebacker Tim Stracka, split end Matt VandenBoom, def. back 1983 Russ Bellford, defensive back 1985 Craig Raddatz, linebacker 1987 Don Davey, defensive end Andy Hartlieb, linebacker Robert Newell, linebacker Tim Otto, tackle 1988 Jim Basten, center Brad Brekke, punter Don Davey, defensive end Andy Hartlieb, linebacker Robert Newell, linebacker Tim Otto, tackle Pete Underwood, linebacker 1989 Jim Basten, guard Brad Brekke, punter Don Davey, defensive end Robert Newell, linebacker Brady Pierce, tackle Jim Basten, guard Brad Brekke, punter Don Davey, defensive tackle Robert Newell, linebacker Brady Pierce, tackle 1991 Matt Krueger, kicker Korey Manley, defensive back Jeff Rasmussen, center Jay Simala, quarterback 1992 Korey Manley, defensive back Matt Nyquist, fullback Jeff Rasmussen, center Joe Rudolph, guard Sam Veit, punter 1993 Jason Maniecki, def. tackle Matt Nyquist, tight end Joe Rudolph, guard Sam Veit, punter 1994 Chad Cascadden, linebacker Bryan Jurewicz, def. tackle Jason Maniecki, nose guard Matt Nyquist, tight end Joe Rudolph, guard Sam Veit, punter 1995 Bryan Jurewicz, def. tackle Jason Maniecki, def. tackle Matt Nyquist, tight end Mike Rader, center Ryan Sondrup, tight end 1996 Trent Gross, defensive back Bryan Jurewicz, def. tackle Chris McIntosh, tackle Mike Rader, center Tim Rosga, defensive back 1997 Mark Davis, linebacker Chris Ghidorzi, linebacker Chris Janek, noseguard Ben McCormick, quarterback Sam Mueller, defensive end Chris Paulik, tackle Rob Roell, guard Eric Skrzypchak, punter Ryan Sondrup, tight end Donnel Thompson, linebacker 1998 Jason Eck, center Chris Ghidorzi, linebacker Roger Knight, linebacker Dan Lisowski, linebacker Sam Mueller, defensive end Rob Roell, guard Mark Tauscher, tackle 1999 Joey Boese, cornerback David Braun, wide receiver Wendell Bryant, def. tackle Chris Ghidorzi, linebacker Chad Kuhns, fullback Sam Mueller, defensive end Dague Retzlaff, tight end Rob Roell, guard Jason Schick, defensive back Mark Tauscher, tackle 2000 Joey Boese, safety Bret Burlingame, cornerback Lee Evans, wide receiver Josh Hunt, wide receiver Jason Jowers, guard Chad Kuhns, fullback 186 Jeff Mack, linebacker Ryan Marks, linebacker Dague Retzlaff, tight end Jason Schick, safety 2001 Joey Boese, safety David Braun, wide receiver Erasmus James, defensive line Chad Kuhns, fullback Russ Kuhns, fullback Jeff Mack, linebacker Jason Schick, linebacker 2002 Matt Bernstein, fullback Chris Catalano, linebacker Owen Daniels, quarterback Jim Leonhard, defensive back Mike Lorenz, offensive line Ryan Simmons, defensive back Scott Starks, defensive back Jonathan Welsh, defensive line 2003 Nick Cochart, defensive line Matt Gajda, defensive line Jim Leonhard, defensive back Alex Lewis, linebacker Mike Lorenz, offensive line Joe Monty, defensive line Jason Palermo, offensive line Jason Pociask, tight end Levonne Rowan, def. back Scott Starks, defensive back Joe Stellmacher, def. back John Stocco, quarterback Jake Wood, offensive line Mark Zalewski, linebacker 2004 Ken DeBauche, punter Paul Joran, linebacker John Gillen, linebacker Jim Leonhard, defensive back Mike Lorenz, tackle Jason Pociask, tight end Joe Stellmacher, def. back Ben Strickland, defensive back Joe Thomas, tackle Jake Wood, guard 2005 Jason Chapman, defensive line Andy Crooks, linebacker Casey Hogan, linebacker Paul Joran, linebacker Allen Langford, defensive back Joel Nellis, tight end Mike Newkirk, defensive line Jason Pociask, tight end Ben Strickland, defensive back Luke Swan, wide receiver Joe Thomas, offensive line 2006 Josh Balts, running back Matt Brown, tight end Andy Crooks, tight end Elijah Hodge, linebacker Jeff Holzbauer, wide receiver Paul Joran, linebacker Andy Kemp, offensive line Derek Konkol, wide receiver DeAndre Levy, linebacker Sean Lewis, tight end Ben Strickland, defensive back Luke Swan, wide receiver Joe Thomas, offensive line

189 Eric Vanden Heuvel, off. line 2007 Jake Bscherer, off. line Gabe Carimi, off. line Andy Crooks, tight end Kirk DeCremer, def. line Allan Evridge, quarterback Ryan Flasch, linebacker Xavier Harris, wide receiver Will Hartmann, defensive back Casey Hogan, linebacker Tyler Holland, running back Andy Kemp, off. line Ben Landgraf, linebacker Sean Lewis, tight end Bill Nagy, off. line Chris Pressley, fullback Ben Strickland, defensive back Luke Swan, wide receiver Mickey Turner, tight end Jay Valai, defensive back 2008 Zach Brown, running back Gabe Carimi, off. line Allan Evridge, quarterback Ryan Flasch, linebacker William Hartmann, def. back Tyler Holland, defensive back Andy Kemp, off. line Prince Moody, defensive back Louis Nzegwu, def. line Chris Pressley, fullback Blake Sorensen, linebacker Mickey Turner, tight end 2009 Zach Brown, running back Gabe Carimi, off. line Nate Emanuel, wide receiver Bradie Ewing, fullback Antonio Fenelus, def. back Matthew Groff, linebacker Will Hartmann, defensive back Jordan Hein, defensive line Aaron Henry, defensive back Tyler Holland, defensive back Peter Konz, offensive line Andrew Lukasko, def. back Prince Moody, defensive back Brad Nortman, punter Chukwuma Offor, def. back Curt Phillips, quarterback Devin Smith, defensive back Blake Sorensen, linebacker Scott Tolzien, quarterback Mickey Turner, tight end J.J. Watt, defensive line Drew Woodward, long snapper 2010 Ethan Armstrong, linebacker Gabe Carimi, offensive line Bradie Ewing, fullback Antonio Fenelus, def. back Ethan Hemer, defensive line Aaron Henry, defensive back Shelton Johnson, def. back Jordan Kohout, defensive line Peter Konz, offensive line Rob Korslin, tight end Andrew Lukasko, def. back Zac Matthias, offensive line Pat Muldoon, defensive line Brad Nortman, punter Conor O Neill, defensive back Devin Smith, defensive back Blake Sorensen, linebacker Culmer St. Jean, linebacker Scott Tolzien, quarterback J.J. Watt, defensive line Ryan Wickesberg, punter Kevin Zeitler, offensive line 2011 Bradie Ewing, fullback Antonio Fenelus, def. back Kyle French, kicker Ryan Groy, offensive line Aaron Henry, defensive back Peniel Jean, defensive back Shelton Johnson, def. back Jordan Kohout, defensive line Peter Konz, offensive line Andrew Lukasko, def. back Brad Nortman, punter Conor O Neill, linebacker Chukwuma Offor, wide receiver Marcus Trotter, linebacker Michael Trotter, def. back Kevin Zeitler, offensive line 2012 Beau Allen, defensive line Sam Arneson, tight end Ray Ball, offensive line Lance Baretz, wide receiver Robert Burge, offensive line Travis Frederick, offensive line Jordan Fredrick, wide receiver Kyle French, kicker Melvin Gordon, running back Ryan Groy, offensive line Peniel Jean, defensive back Shelton Johnson, def. back Derek Landisch, linebacker Tyler Marz, offensive line James McGuire, long snapper Pat Muldoon, defensive line Conor O Neill, linebacker Curt Phillips, quarterback Devin Smith, corner back Joel Stave, quarterback Austin Traylor, tight end Marcus Trotter, linebacker Michael Trotter, def. back Rick Wagner, offensive line Derek Watt, fullback 2013 Jared Abbrederis, wide receiver Sam Arneson, tight end Brett Arnold, wide receiver Lance Baretz, wide receiver Vince Biegel, linebacker Trent Denlinger, offensive line Jordan Fredrick, wide receiver Kyle French, kicker Melvin Gordon, running back Ryan Groy, offensive line Nate Hammon, safety Ethan Hemer, defensive end Bart Houston, quarterback Brendan Kelly, linebacker Derek Landisch, linebacker Tyler Marz, offensive line James McGuire, long snapper Leo Musso, safety Curt Phillips, quarterback Jerry Ponio, safety Joel Stave, quarterback Marcus Trotter, linebacker Michael Trotter, safety Dan Voltz, offensive line Derek Watt, fullback 187 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 2014 Sam Arneson, tight end Hayden Biegel, offensive line Vince Biegel, linebacker Andy Endicott, kicker Alex Erickson, wide receiver Joe Ferguson, safety Jordan Fredrick, wide receiver Troy Fumagalli, tight end Warren Herring, defensive line Bart Houston, quarterback Alec James, defensive end Peniel Jean, safety Jake Keefer, defensive end Derek Landisch, linebacker Tyler Marz, offensive line James McGuire, long snapper Leo Musso, safety Chikwe Obasih, defensive end Ben Ruechel, linebacker Joel Stave, quarterback Eric Steffes, tight end Derek Straus, fullback Marcus Trotter, linebacker Michael Trotter, linebacker Dan Voltz, offensive line Derek Watt, fullback Walker Williams, offensive line 2015 Thad Armstrong, quarterback Hayden Biegel, offensive line Vince Biegel, linebacker Evan Bondoc, safety Brett Connors, offensive line Andrew Endicott, kicker Alex Erickson, wide receiver Joe Ferguson, safety Terrance Floyd, cornerback Jordan Fredrick, wide receiver Troy Fumagalli, tight end Bart Houston, quarterback Alec James, defensive end A.J. Jordan, wide receiver Jake Keefer, defensive end Tyler Marz, offensive line Leo Musso, safety Zander Neuville, linebacker Chikwe Obasih, defensive end P.J. Rosowski, punter Conor Sheehy, nose guard Joel Stave, quarterback Eric Steffes, tight end Derek Straus, fullback Dan Voltz,, offensive line Derek Watt, fullback T.J. Watt, linebacker Walker Williams, offensive line 2016 Connor Allen, kicker Zack Baun, linebacker Vince Biegel, linebacker Evan Bondoc, defensive back Ryan Connelly, linebacker Brett Connors, offensive line D Cota Dixon, defensive back David Edwards, offensive line Andrew Endicott, kicker Arrington Farrar, def. back Joe Ferguson, defensive back Alex Hornibrook, quarterback Bart Houston, quarterback Alec Ingold, fullback Tyler Johnson, linebacker Reggie Love, wide receiver 187

190 David Moorman, offensive line Zander Neuville, defensive end Chikwe Obasih, defensive end P.J. Rosowski, kicker Bradrick Shaw, running back Eric Steffes, tight end Nick Thomas, linebacker T.J. Watt, linebacker 188

191 Team Honors and Awards WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Ivan Williamson Scholastic Award Presented annually to a player(s) who has been exemplary in the areas of scholarship and sportsmanship Wells Gray 1956 William Lowe 1957 John Heineke 1958 Sidney Williams 1959 Robert Zeman 1960 Gerald Kulcinski 1961 David Bichler 1962 Gary Kroner 1963 Bob Johnson 1964 James Hennig 1965 Louis Jung 1966 Eric Rice 1967 John Boyajian 1968 Lynn Buss 1969 Brad Monroe 1970 Gary Buss 1971 Terry Whittaker 1972 Keith Nosbusch 1973 Christopher Davis 1974 Gary Dickert 1975 Dave Anderson 1976 Tim McConnell 1977 Terry Breuscher 1978 Dan Schieble 1979 Tom Stauss 1980 Joe Rothbauer 1981 Matt VandenBoom 1982 Kyle Borland Tim Stracka 1983 Steve Fritz 1984 Russ Bellford 1985 Brian Hoffman 1986 Michael Reid 1987 Rod Lossow 1988 Andy Hartlieb 1989 Tim Knoeck 1990 Don Davey 1991 Jerry Huggett 1992 Korey Manley 1993 Scott Nelson 1994 Joe Rudolph 1995 Matt Nyquist 1996 Bryan Jurewicz 1997 Ben McCormick 1998 Bob Adamov 1999 Chris Ghidorzi 2000 Dague Retzlaff 2001 Joey Boese 2002 Jason Jowers 2003 Jeff Mack 2004 Jim Leonhard 2005 Jason Pociask 2006 Luke Swan 2007 Kirk DeCremer 2008 Chris Pressley 2009 Mickey Turner 2010 Culmer St. Jean 2011 Brad Nortman 2012 Shelton Johnson 2013 Curt Phillips 2014 Ben Ruechel 2015 Jake Keefer 2016 Eric Steffes Serge Trezy Jimmy Demetral Team MVP Presented annually to the player(s) most instrumental to the success of the team, as selected by his teammates and coaches Jefferson Burrus, E 1927 Ed Crofoot, HB 1928 Bo Cuisinier, QB 1929 Harold Rebholz, FB 1930 Ernie Lusby, HB 1931 Harold Smith, T 1932 Mickey McGuire, HB 1933 Robert Schiller, HB 1934 Milt Kummer, G 1935 Ed Jankowski, FB 1936 Ed Jankowski, FB 1937 Howard Weiss, FB 1938 Howard Weiss, FB 1939 George Paskvan, FB 1940 George Paskvan, FB 1941 Pat Harder, FB 1942 Dave Schreiner, E 1943 Joe Keenan, C 1944 Clarence Esser, T 1945 Clarence Esser, T 1946 Fred Negus, C 1947 Robert Wilson, C 1948 Robert Wilson, C 1949 Robert Wilson, C 1950 Bob Radcliffe, LB 1951 Hal Faverty, E 1952 Dave Suminski, T 1953 Alan Ameche, FB 1954 Alan Ameche, FB 1955 Wells Gray, T 1956 David Howard, E 1957 Danny Lewis, HB 1958 Jon Hobbs, FB Dick Teteak, C 1959 Jerry Stalcup, G 1960 Tom Wiesner, FB 1961 Ron Miller, QB 1962 Ron VanderKelen, QB 1963 Jim Pernell, LB 1964 Carl Silvestri, LB 1965 Tom Brigham, DB 1966 Bob Richter, LB 1967 Tom Domres, DT 1968 Ken Criter, LB 1969 Stu Voigt, TE 1970 Chuck Winfrey, LB 1971 Neil Graff, QB 1972 Rufus Ferguson, TB 1973 Mike Webster, C 1974 Gregg Bohlig, QB 1975 Billy Marek, TB 1976 Mike Carroll, QB 1977 Dave Crossen, LB 1978 Mike Kalasmiki, QB 1979 Tom Stauss, WR 1980 Dave Ahrens, LB 1981 Dave Levenick, LB 1982 Randy Wright, QB 1983 Al Toon, WR 1984 Al Toon, WR 1985 Larry Emery, TB 1986 Michael Reid, LB 1987 Paul Gruber, OT 1988 David Wings, LB 1989 Tim Knoeck, OLB 1990 Don Davey, DT 1991 Troy Vincent, DB 1992 Gary Casper, LB 1993 Brent Moss, RB 1994 Terrell Fletcher, RB 1995 Darrell Bevell, QB Eric Unverzagt, LB 1996 Pete Monty, LB 1997 Tom Burke, DE 1998 Senior starters: Bob Adamov, OLB Tom Burke, DE Matt Davenport, K Aaron Gibson, T Eric Grams, TE Cecil Martin, FB Mike Samuel, QB Mike Schneck, LS Leonard Taylor, SS 1999 Ron Dayne, RB Chris McIntosh, T 2000 Chris Chambers, WR 2001 Lee Evans, WR 2002 Jim Leonhard, DB 2003 Lee Evans, WR 2004 Scott Starks, DB 2005 Brian Calhoun, RB 2006 Senior starters: John Stocco, QB Joe Thomas, T Joe Monty, DE Mark Zalewski, LB Joe Stellmacher, DB Roderick Rogers, DB 2007 Tyler Donovan, QB Matt Shaughnessy, DL 2008 Allen Langford, DB 2009 Garrett Graham, TE O Brien Schofield, DE 2010 Scott Tolzien, QB J.J. Watt, DE 2011 Montee Ball, RB Russell Wilson, QB Antonio Fenelus, DB Mike Taylor, LB 2012 Jared Abbrederis, WR Montee Ball, RB

192 Chris Borland, LB Mike Taylor, LB 2013 Chris Borland, LB 2014 Melvin Gordon, RB 2015 Joe Schobert, OLB 2016 Leo Musso, S Offensive Player of the Year Presented to the top player or players on offense, as selected by the coaching staff Jared Abbrederis, WR James White, RB 2014 Melvin Gordon, RB 2015 Alex Erickson, WR 2016 Corey Clement, RB Defensive Player of the Year Presented to the top player or players on defense, as selected by the coaching staff Beau Allen NG Dezmen Southward, S 2014 Michael Caputo, S 2015 Michael Caputo, S 2016 T.J. Watt, OLB Special Teams Player of the Year Presented annually to the most valuable player(s) on special teams, as selected by the coaching staff Rich Thompson, K 1991 Korey Manley, DB 1992 Vince Zullo, WR 1993 Jeff Wirth, FB 1994 Chad Cascadden, OLB 1995 Tom Burke, DE 1996 John Hall, K/P 1997 Matt Davenport, K Kevin Stemke, P 1998 Matt Davenport, K Tim Rosga, PR / Holder Mike Schneck, LS Kevin Stemke, P 1999 Vitaly Pisetsky, K 2000 Kevin Stemke, P 2001 Mark Downing, LB 2002 Jim Leonhard, DB 2003 Jim Leonhard, DB 2004 Ken DeBauche, P 2005 Brandon Williams, KR/PR 2006 Taylor Mehlhaff, K 2007 Taylor Mehlhaff, K 2008 Bill Rentmeester, FB 2009 Will Hartmann, DB 2010 David Gilreath, WR 2011 Bradie Ewing, RB 2012 Kyle Zuleger, RB 2013 Kyle Zuleger, S 2014 Kenzel Doe, WR 2015 Natrell Jamerson, WR 2016 Connor Udelhoven, LS 190 Rookie of the Year Presented to the top freshman or freshmen as selected by the coaching staff Nick Davis, WR Jamar Fletcher, DB 1999 Brooks Bollinger, QB 2000 Jim Sorgi, QB 2001 Anthony Davis, RB 2002 Jonathan Orr, WR 2003 Booker Stanley, RB 2004 Jamal Cooper, DL Andy Crooks, LB 2005 Matthew Shaughnessy, DL 2007 Gabe Carimi, OL Aaron Henry, DB 2008 John Clay, RB 2009 Chris Borland, LB 2010 James White, RB 2011 Derek Landisch, LB 2012 Derek Watt, FB Comeback Player of the Year Presented to the player or players who overcame injury or other obstacles to play a key role in the team s success, as selected by the coaching staff Ethan Armstrong, OLB Brendan Kelly, OLB 2014 Joel Stave, QB Most Improved Player Award Presented to the players on both offense and defense whose work ethic and dedication led to improvement on the field Melvin Gordon (Offense) Michael Caputo (Defense) 2014 Alex Erickson (Offense) Vince Biegel (Defense) 2015 Dare Ogunbowale (Offense) Jack Cichy (Defense) T.J. Edwards (Defense) 2016 Michael Deiter, Ryan Ramczyk (Offense) Ryan Connelly, Sojourn Shelton (Defense) P.J. Rosowski (Special Teams) Scout Team Player of the Year (Offense) Presented annually to the offensive player who excelled on the scout team in preparing the defense for each week s game Jay Simala, QB 1991 Theo Carney, RB 1992 Robert Nelson, RB 1993 Royce Roberson, RB 1994 Dirk Stanger, QB 1995 Eric Grams, TE 1996 Eddie Faulkner, TB Nick Mueller, FB 1998 Brooks Bollinger, QB 1999 Byron Brown, WR 2000 Jerone Pettus, TB 2001 Jason Palermo, DL 2002 Devin Hollins, QB 2003 Tyler Donovan, QB 2004 Craig Meier, QB 2005 Dion Foster, RB 2006 Jerry Butler, RB 2007 Lance Kendricks, TE 2008 Curt Philips, QB 2009 Tyler Holland, DB 2010 Dallas Lewallen, OL 2011 Tyler Marz, OL 2012 Austin Traylor, TE 2013 Connor Senger, QB 2014 Connor Senger, QB 2015 Henry Houden, WR 2016 Ricky Finco, WR Scout Team Player of the Year (Defense) Presented annually to the defensive player(s) who excelled on the scout team in preparing the offense for each week s game Dan Kapke, OLB 1991 Terry Glavin, LB 1992 Al Gay, DL Rod Spiller, DL 1993 Haywood Simmons, DL 1994 Royston Jones, LB 1995 Rob Roell, DE 1996 John Favret, DE 1997 George Pratt, DT 1998 Clint Bakken, DT 1999 Russ Kuhns, LB 2000 Jerron Smith, OLB 2001 Matt Gajda, DL 2002 Paul Joran, LB 2003 Jamal Cooper, DL 2004 Nick Sutton, LB 2005 Terrance Jamison, DL 2006 Kirk DeCremer, DL 2007 Jamil Walker, DL 2008 J.J. Watt, DL 2009 Ethan Hemer, DL 2010 Warren Herring, DL 2011 James Adeyanju, DL 2012 Joe Schobert, DB 2013 Chikwe Obasih, DE 2014 Jack Cichy, OLB 2015 Titus Booker, CB 2016 Mike Maskalunas, ILB Wayne Souza Coaches Appreciation Presented annually to the offensive player(s) who has contributed to the team s success to the best of his abilities. It is based upon improvement, attitude and willingness to help the program in all areas Joe Rothbauer, C

193 1980 John Williams, RB 1981 Jerry Doerger, OL 1982 Al Toon, WR 1983 Michael Jones, WR Chris Osswald, OG 1984 Bob Landsee, OG 1985 Paul Gruber, OT 1986 Brian Anderson, TE 1987 Marvin Artley, RB 1988 Todd Nelson, OG 1989 Craig Hudson, TE 1990 Dave Senczyszyn, OL 1991 Tom Browne, WR 1992 Joe Panos, OL 1993 Darrell Bevell, QB 1994 Tony Simmons, WR 1995 Michael London, WR 1996 Jerry Wunsch, OL 1997 Cecil Martin, FB 1998 Ron Dayne, TB Mike Samuel, QB 1999 Demetrius Brown, WR Mark Tauscher, T 2000 Casey Rabach, C/RG 2001 Mark Anelli, TE 2002 Brooks Bollinger, QB 2003 Jim Sorgi, QB 2004 Dan Buenning, LG 2005 Jonathan Orr, WR Jason Palermo, OL 2006 Travis Beckum, TE 2007 Travis Beckum, TE Marcus Coleman, C 2008 Andy Kemp, OL Eric Vanden Heuvel, OL 2009 Scott Tolzien, QB 2010 Gabe Carimi, OL John Moffitt, OL Bill Nagy, OL 2011 Josh Oglesby, OL Nick Toon, WR 2012 Curt Phillips, QB James White, RB 2013 Jacob Pedersen, TE Brian Wozniak, TE 2014 Dallas Lewallen, OL 2015 Derek Watt, FB 2016 Bart Houston, QB Jay Seiler Coaches Appreciation Presented annually to the defensive player who has contributed to the team s success to the best of his abilities. It is based upon improvement, attitude and willingness to help the program in all areas Larry Spurlin, LB 1980 Von Mansfield, DB 1981 Mark Shumate, DT 1982 Jody O Donnell, LB 1983 Craig Raddatz, LB 1984 Tim Jordan, OLB 1985 Mike Boykins, NG Charlie Fawley, LB 1986 Richard Teets, DT 1987 David Wings, LB 1988 LaMarr White, DB 1989 Malvin Hunter, LB 1990 Malvin Hunter, OLB 1991 Duer Sharp, OLB 1992 Lamark Shackerford, NG 1993 Jeff Messenger, DB 1994 Jamel Brown, DB 1995 Tarek Saleh, DE 1996 Tarek Saleh, DE 1997 Donnel Thompson, LB 1998 John Favret, DE Chris Ghidorzi, LB 1999 Donnel Thompson, LB 2000 John Favret, Rush 2001 Wendell Bryant, DT 2002 Jake Sprague, DL 2003 Anttaj Hawthorne, DL 2004 Erasmus James, DE 2005 Joe Monty, DL 2006 Allen Langford, DB 2007 Nick Hayden, DL Mike Newkirk, DL 2008 Jason Chapman, DL Matt Shaughnessy 2009 Jaevery McFadden, LB Jeff Stehle, DL 2010 Niles Brinkley, DB Blake Sorensen, LB 2011 Aaron Henry, DB Kevin Claxton, LB 2012 Ethan Armstrong, LB Devin Smith, CB 2013 Tyler Dippel, DE Pat Muldoon, DE 2014 Marcus Trotter, ILB 2015 Darius Hillary, CB 2016 Vince Biegel, OLB Tom Wiesner Award Presented annually to a Wisconsinborn student-athlete whose loyalty, hard work, spirit and dedication are unselfishly directed to the success of the team. The award is given in memory of Wiesner, a Wisconsin football letterwinner ( ) Zach Hampton 2005 Joe Stellmacher 2006 Andy Crooks 2007 Ben Strickland Luke Swan 2008 DeAndre Levy 2009 Chris Maragos 2010 Bradie Ewing Lance Kendricks 2011 Kevin Zeitler Patrick Butrym 2012 Rick Wagner 2013 Ryan Groy Ethan Hemer 2014 Sam Arneson Konrad Zagzebski 2015 Joel Stave 2016 Dare Ogunbowale 191 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Badger Power Award Presented annually to the player that consistently performs at a high level in all aspects of the strength and conditioning program. An individual who has a great work ethic coupled with a positive attitude that garners the respect of teammates, is dependable, buys into the program and shows constant improvement Ben Strickland 2007 Paul Standring 2008 Mike Newkirk 2009 David Gilbert 2010 Kevin Zeitler 2011 Jake Byrne Andrew Lukasko 2012 Kyle Costigan 2013 Vince Biegel 2014 Kyle Costigan 2015 Austin Traylor 2016 Conor Sheehy Captains Cup Presented annually to an individual, other than a player or coach, who has shown tremendous dedication and unselfish commitment toward the betterment of the football program. The recipient is selected by the head coach and team captains Steve Sasso 2002 Rev. Msgr. Michael Burke 2003 Pat Richter 2004 John Chadima 2005 Wayne Esser 2006 Jim Kalscheur 2007 Mark Peeler 2008 Dr. Greg Landry 2009 Dennis Helwig 2010 Barry Fox 2011 Sharon Betlach 2012 John Dettmann 2013 Sandy Freye, Lisa Powell 2014 Tony Canonie, Ted Kellner 2015 Rev. Msgr. Michael Burke 2016 Jim Kalscheur Otis Green Manager Award Presented annually to a student manager whose leadership, dedication and work ethic led to the success of the football program. The award is given in memory of former manager Kevin Otis Green Joe Spiegelhoff 2014 Talon Zarling 2015 Matt Srygler 2016 Ryan Barthold Nick Smith 191

194 Retired Numbers Elroy Hirsch 40 Elroy Hirsch played only one season (1942) at UW, but he was one of the most beloved sports figures in school history. Hirsch, nicknamed Crazylegs, rushed for 786 yards for Wisconsin s team in He starred for nine years with the L.A. Rams and later served as UW s Director of Athletics ( ). Allan Shafer The memory of former quarterback Allan Shafer is continued 83 with the Living Memorial Scholarship that is given in his name. Shafer was fatally injured during the 1944 Wisconsin- Iowa game. Shafer is one of two Badgers (Jay Seiler is the other) to die from a footballrelated injury. Dave Schreiner 80 Dave Schreiner, the two-time All-America end, was named Western Conference Player of the Year in Schreiner lettered three years at the UW as an end, both on offense and defense. He is a member of the National Football Foundation and W Club Halls of Fame. He was voted to the UW s all-time team in Alan Ameche 35 Alan Ameche, the 1954 Heisman Trophy winner, was a threetime All-American and ended his career as the NCAA s alltime rushing leader. He led the Badgers to the 1953 Rose Bowl and rushed for 133 yards in that game. The four-time NFL Pro Bowl pick was inducted into the College Hall of Fame in Pat Richter Pat Richter, Wisconsin s last 88 nine-time letterwinner, was a two-time All-America end who led the Badgers to the 1962 Big Ten title and starred in the famed 1963 Rose Bowl. Richter went on to play in the NFL for the Washington Redskins and later, as UW Director of Athletics, led the Department of Athletics through a revival in the 1990s. He is a member of the College Football Hall of Fame, the CoSIDA Academic All- America Hall of Fame and is a recipient of the NCAA Silver Anniversary Award. Ron Dayne In 2007 Wisconsin officially 33 retired the number of one of college football s most dominant running backs. Ron Dayne ( ), the NCAA s all-time leading rusher, totaled 6,397 yards (excluding bowl games) in four seasons at Wisconsin. He won the 1999 Heisman Trophy and was a member of 1999 and 2000 Rose Bowl championship teams. College Football Hall of Fame Year Inductee 1955 George Little (coach) 1955 Dave Schreiner 1958 Harry Stuhldreher (coach) (elected as a Notre Dame player) 1962 Phil King (coach) (elected as a Princeton player) 1962 Pat O Dea 1972 Robert Butler Year Inductee 1974 Elroy Hirsch 1975 Alan Ameche 1988 Marty Below 1993 Pat Harder 1996 Pat Richter 2010 Barry Alvarez (coach) 2013 Ron Dayne 2015 Tim Krumrie

195 Team Captains 1889 Charles Mayer 1890 James Kerr 1891 E.H. Ahara 1892 J.D. Freeman 1893 T.U. Lyman 1894 T.U. Lyman 1895 J.R. Richards 1896 J.R. Richards 1897 J.P. Riordan 1898 Pat O Dea 1899 Pat O Dea 1900 A. Chamberlain 1901 Art Curtis 1902 William Juneau 1903 Allan Abbott 1904 James Bush 1905 E. Vanderboom 1906 W.A. Gelbach 1907 John Messmer 1908 Harlan Rogers 1909 Jack Wilce 1910 J.P. Dean 1911 A.L. Buser 1912 J.M. Hoeffel 1913 Al Tanberg 1914 R.M. Keeler 1915 Howard Buck 1916 Paul Meyers 1917 Howard Hancock 1918 F. Mann 1919 C.H. Carpenter 1920 Frank Weston 1921 Guy Sundt 1922 Rollie Williams 1923 Marty Below 1924 Jack Harris 1925 Steve Polaski 1926 Doyle Harmon 1927 Ed Crofoot 1928 Rube Wagner 1929 John Parks 1930 Milt Gantenbein 1931 Harold Smith 1932 Gregory Kabat 1933 Harold Smith 1934 John Bender 1935 Ray Davis 1936 John Golemgeske 1937 Fred Benz 1938 Howard Weiss Vince Gavre 1939 Ralph Moeller 1940 John Tennant 1941 Tom Farris 1942 Mark Hoskins Dave Schreiner 1943 Joe Keenan 1944 Allan Shafer 1945 Jack Mead 1946 Clarence Esser 1947 Jack Wink 1948 Wally Dreyer 1949 Robert Wilson 1950 Ken Huxhold 1951 Jim Hammond 1952 George O Brien 1953 Roger Dornburg Jerry Wuhrman 1954 Gary Messner 1955 Wells Gray 1956 Pat Levenhagen 1957 William Gehler 1958 Jon Hobbs Dave Kocourek 1959 Jerry Stalcup Bob Zeman 1960 Henry Derleth Tom Wiesner 1961 Jim Bakken Don Schade 1962 Pat Richter Steve Underwood 1963 Ken Bowman Andy Wojdula 1964 Ron Frain Ron Leafblad 1965 Dave Fronek 1966 Tony Loukas Bob Richter 1967 Tom Domres 1968 Wally Schoessow 1969 Bill Gregory Don Murphy Mel Reddick 1970 Bill Gregory 1971 Roger Jaeger Bill Poindexter 1972 Dave Lokanc Keith Nosbusch 1973 Chris Davis Jim Schymanski Mike Webster 1974 Gregg Bohlig Mark Zakula 1975 Terry Stieve Steve Wagner 1976 Mike Carroll Andy Michuda Ron Pollard John Rasmussen 1977 Dennis Stejskal 1978 Dave Charles Dave Crossen Dan Relich 1979 Dennis Christenson Ray Snell Tom Stauss 1980 Dave Ahrens Joe Rothbauer 1981 Dave Levenick Dave Mohapp Larry Spurlin 1982 Tim Krumrie Matt VandenBoom John Williams 1983 Mike Herrington Brian Marrow Randy Wright 1984 game captains 1985 Russ Fields Bob Landsee Troy Spencer 1986 Joe Armentrout Craig Raddatz Paul Gruber Rod Lossow 1988 Todd Nelson David Wings 1989 Dan Kissling Tim Knoeck 1990 Don Davey Tony Lowery Nick Polczinski Greg Thomas 1991 Chuck Belin Tony Lowery Brendan Lynch Troy Vincent 1992 Chuck Belin Gary Casper Lionell Crawford 1993 Joe Panos Lamark Shackerford 1994 Jeff Messenger Brent Moss Joe Rudolph Mike Thompson 1995 Darrell Bevell Jason Maniecki Pete Monty Steve Stark Eric Unverzagt 1996 Daryl Carter Cayetano Castro Pete Monty Tarek Saleh Jamie Vanderveldt Jerry Wunsch 1997 Kevin Huntley David Lysek Carl McCullough 1998 Bob Adamov Cecil Martin Chris McIntosh Donnel Thompson 1999 Ron Dayne Jason Doering Chris Ghidorzi Chris McIntosh Donnel Thompson 2000 Chris Chambers Jason Doering John Favret Casey Rabach 2001 Mark Anelli Brooks Bollinger Wendell Bryant Nick Greisen Chad Kuhns Mike Echols 2002 Brooks Bollinger Lee Evans Al Johnson 2003 Lee Evans Jim Leonhard Jeff Mack Jim Sorgi 2004 Dan Buenning Anthony Davis Anttaj Hawthorne Jim Leonhard WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 2005 Brett Bell Matt Bernstein Donovan Raiola Mark Zalewski 2006 John Stocco Joe Thomas Mark Zalewski (4th captain was named each game) 2007 Jonathan Casillas Andy Crooks Ken DeBauche Ben Strickland Luke Swan (6th captain was named each game) 2008 DeAndre Levy Mike Newkirk Chris Pressley Kraig Urbik 2009 Garrett Graham Chris Maragos O Brien Schofield Mickey Turner 2010 Gabe Carimi Lance Kendricks John Moffitt Culmer St. Jean Scott Tolzien Jay Valai 2011 Patrick Butrym Bradie Ewing Aaron Henry Russell Wilson 2012 Rick Wagner Travis Frederick Montee Ball Mike Taylor Chris Borland Shelton Johnson 2013 Selected by game 2014 Selected by game 2015 Michael Caputo Alex Erickson Joe Schobert Joel Stave 2016 Vince Biegel Dare Ogunbowale 193

196 Regular Starters (Since 1991) 1991 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Tony Lowery OLB Dwight Reese TB Terrell Fletcher DT Mike Thompson FB Mark Montgomery NG Lee Krueger WR Lee DeRamus / Tim Ware DT Carlos Fowler WR Aaron Brown OLB Duer Sharp TE Michael Roan LB Brendan Lynch LT Mike Verstegen LB Gary Casper LG Chuck Belin CB Troy Vincent C Joe Panos CB Eddie Fletcher RG Mike Bryan SS Reggie Holt RT Tyler Adam FS Scott Nelson 1995 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Darrell Bevell DE Chad Yocum RB Carl McCullough DT Brian Jurewicz FB Cecil Martin DT Jason Maniecki SE Tony Simmons DE Tarek Saleh FL Michael London OLB Daryl Carter TE Matt Nyquist LB Eric Unverzagt LT Cayetano Castro LB Pete Monty LG Jamie Vanderveldt CB Cyrill Weems C Mike Rader FS Kevin Huntley RG James Darby SS Leonard Taylor RT Jerry Wunsch CB Jason Suttle 1992 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Darrell Bevell OLB Dwight Reese RB Brent Moss DT Mike Thompson FB Mark Montgomery NG Lamark Shackerford WR Tim Ware DT Carlos Fowler SE Lee DeRamus OLB Chad Yocum TE Michael Roan LB Gary Casper LT Mike Verstegen LB Aaron Norvell LG Chuck Belin CB Jeff Messenger C Cory Raymer FS Scott Nelson RG Mike Bryan SS Reggie Holt RT Joe Panos CB Korey Manley 1993 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Darrell Bevell OLB Chris Hein RB Brent Moss DT Mike Thompson FB Montgomery NG Lamark Shackerford SE Lee DeRamus DT Carlos Fowler FL J.C. Dawkins OLB Brian Jurewicz TE Michael Roan LB Eric Unverzagt LT Mike Verstegen LB Yusef Burgess LG Joe Rudolph CB Kenny Gales C Cory Raymer FS Scott Nelson RG Steve Stark SS Reggie Holt RT Joe Panos CB Jeff Messenger 1994 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Darrell Bevell OLB Tarek Saleh RB Brent Moss / DT Mike Thompson Terrell Fletcher FB Ron Johnson NG Jason Maniecki SE Tony Simmons DT Brian Jurewicz FL JC Dawkins OLB Chris Hein TE Michael Roan LB Eric Unverzagt LT Mike Verstegen LB Pete Monty LG Joe Rudolph CB Kenny Gales C Cory Raymer FS Jeff Messenger RG Jamie Vanderveldt / Steve Stark SS Jamel Brown RT Jerry Wunsch CB Donny Brady 1996 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Mike Samuel DE Tarek Saleh RB Ron Dayne DT Neil Miklusak FB Cecil Martin / DT Rod Spiller Aaron Gibson SE Donald Hayes DE Brian Jurewicz FL Tony Simmons OLB Daryl Carter TE Kevin Lyles LB Pete Monty LT Chris McIntosh LB David Lysek LG Jamie Vanderveldt CB Cyrill Weems C Derek Engler FS Kevin Huntley RG Cayetano Castro SS Bob Adamov RT Jerry Wunsch CB Jason Suttle 1997 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Mike Samuel DE Tom Burke TB Ron Dayne DT Ross Kolodziej FB Cecil Martin NG Chris Janek SE Donald Hayes DE John Favret FL Tony Simmons OLB Bob Adamov TE Eric Grams LB Donnel Thompson LT Chris McIntosh LB David Lysek LG Bill Ferrario CB Jason Suttle C Casey Rabach FS Bobby Myers RG Dave Costa SS Leonard Taylor RT Aaron Gibson CB LaMar Campbell 1998 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Mike Samuel LE Tom Burke TB Ron Dayne LT Ross Kolodziej FB Cecil Martin RT Eric Mahlik SE Chris Chambers RE John Favret FL Ahmad Merritt OLB Bob Adamov TE Dague Retzlaff / LB Donnel Thompson Eric Grams LT Chris McIntosh LB Chris Ghidorzi LG Bill Ferrario CB Mike Echols C Casey Rabach FS Jason Doering RG Dave Costa SS Leonard Taylor RT Aaron Gibson CB Jamar Fletcher

197 1999 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Brooks Bollinger LE Ross Kolodziej TB Ron Dayne NT Eric Mahlik FB Chad Kuhns End Wendell Bryant SE Chris Chambers Rush John Favret FL Nick Davis OLB Roger Knight TE Dague Retzlaff LB Chris Ghidorzi LT Chris McIntosh LB Donnel Thompson LG Bill Ferrario CB Mike Echols C Casey Rabach FS Jason Doering RG Dave Costa SS Bobby Myers RT Mark Tauscher CB Jamar Fletcher 2000 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Brooks Bollinger LT Ross Kolodziej RB Michael Bennett NT Eric Mahlik FB Mark Anelli RT Wendell Bryant FL Lee Evans Rush John Favret SE Chris Chambers OLB Roger Knight TE John Sigmund LB Nick Greisen LT Ben Johnson LB Jeff Mack LG Bill Ferrario CB Jamar Fletcher C Al Johnson FS Jason Doering RG Casey Rabach SS Joey Boese RT Brian Lamont CB Mike Echols 2001 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Brooks Bollinger 5T Chuck Smith RB Anthony Davis NT Ben Herbert FB Chad Kuhns 3T Wendell Bryant FL Lee Evans Rush Delante McGrew SE Nick Davis OLB Jeff Mack TE Mark Anelli LB Bryson Thompson LT Ben Johnson LB Nick Greisen LG Dan Buenning CB Mike Echols C Al Johnson FS Joey Boese RG Kalvin Barrett / Jonathan Clinkscale SS Michael Broussard RT Jason Jowers CB Scott Starks 2002 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Brooks Bollinger LE Charles Sprague RB Anthony Davis LT Anttaj Hawthorne FB Matt Bernstein RT Jason Jefferson FL Darrin Charles RE Erasmus James SE Jonathan Orr LB Alex Lewis TE Tony Paciotti LB Jeff Mack LT Ben Johnson OLB Kareem Timbers LG Dan Buenning LC Scott Starks C Al Johnson SS Jim Leonhard RG Jonathan Clinkscale FS Ryan Aiello RT Jason Jowers RC B.J. Tucker 2003 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Jim Sorgi LE Darius Jones RB Anthony Davis LT Anttaj Hawthorne FB Matt Bernstein RT Jason Jefferson WR Lee Evans RE Jonathan Welsh WR Brandon Williams LB Jeff Mack TE Tony Paciotti LB Alex Lewis LT Morgan Davis OLB Kareem Timbers LG Dan Buenning LC Scott Starks C Donovan Raiola SS Ryan Aiello RG Jonathan Clinkscale FS Jim Leonhard RT Mike Lorenz RC Levonne Rowan 2004 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB John Stocco LE Erasmus James RB Anthony Davis LT Anttaj Hawthorne FB Matt Bernstein RT Jason Jefferson WR Brandon Williams RE Jonathan Welsh WR Darrin Charles SLB Mark Zalewski TE Tony Paciotti MLB Reggie Cribbs / Andy Crooks LT Joe Thomas WLB Dontez Sanders LG Dan Buenning LC Scott Starks C Donovan Raiola SS Robert Brooks RG Jonathan Clinkscale FS Jim Leonhard RT Morgan Davis RC Brett Bell 2005 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB John Stocco LE Joe Monty RB Brian Calhoun LT Jason Chapman TE Jason Pociask RT Nick Hayden WR Jonathan Orr RE Matt Shaughnessy WR Brandon Williams SLB LaMarr Watkins TE Owen Daniels MLB Mark Zalewski LT Joe Thomas WLB Dontez Sanders LG Matt Lawrence LC Allen Langford C Donovan Raiola SS Joe Stellmacher RG Jason Palermo FS Roderick Rogers RT Kraig Urbik RC Brett Bell 2006 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB John Stocco LE Joe Monty RB PJ Hill LT Jason Chapman TE Andy Crooks RT Nick Hayden WR Luke Swan RE Matt Shaughnessy WR Paul Hubbard SLB DeAndre Levy TE Travis Beckum MLB Mark Zalewski LT Joe Thomas WLB Jonathan Casillas LG Andy Kemp LC Allen Langford C Marcus Coleman SS Joe Stellmacher RG Kraig Urbik FS Roderick Rogers RT Eric Vanden Heuvel RC Jack Ikegwuonu

198 2007 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Tyler Donovan LE Mike Newkirk RB PJ Hill LT Jason Chapman FB Chris Pressley RT Nick Hayden WR Luke Swan RE Matt Shaughnessy WR Paul Hubbard SLB DeAndre Levy TE Travis Beckum MLB Elijah Hodge LT Gabe Carimi WLB Jonathan Casillas LG Andy Kemp LC Allen Langford C Marcus Coleman SS Aubrey Pleasant RG Kraig Urbik FS Shane Carter RT Eric Vanden Heuvel RC Jack Ikegwuonu 2008 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Dustin Sherer LE O Brien Schofield RB P.J. Hill LT Jason Chapman FB Chris Pressley RT Mike Newkirk WR Isaac Anderson RE Matt Shaughnessy WR David Gilreath SLB DeAndre Levy TE Garrett Graham MLB Jaevery McFadden LT Gabe Carimi WLB Jonathan Casillas LG Andy Kemp LC Allen Langford C John Moffitt SS Jay Valai RG Kraig Urbik FS Shane Carter RT Eric Vanden Heuvel RC Niles Brinkley 2009 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Scott Tolzien LE O Brien Schofield RB John Clay LT Dan Moore WR Nick Toon RT Jeff Stehle WR Isaac Anderson RE J.J. Watt TE Garrett Graham SLB Jaevery McFadden TE Lance Kendricks MLB Culmer St. Jean LT Gabe Carimi WLB Mike Taylor LG John Moffitt LC Devin Smith C Peter Konz SS Jay Valai RG Kevin Zeitler FS Chris Maragos RT Josh Oglesby RC Niles Brinkley 2010 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Scott Tolzien DE Louis Nzegwu RB John Clay DT Patrick Butrym WR Nick Toon DT Hemer/Kohout WR David Gilreath DE J.J. Watt TE Lance Kendricks OLB Blake Sorensen TE Jake Byrne MLB Culmer St. Jean LT Gabe Carimi OLB Mike Taylor LG John Moffitt CB Niles Brinkley C Peter Konz SS Jay Valai RG Kevin Zeitler FS Aaron Henry RT Rick Wagner CB Antonio Fenelus 2011 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Russell Wilson DE Louis Nzegwu RB Montee Ball DT Patrick Butrym FB Bradie Ewing DT Ethan Hemer WR Nick Toon DE Brendan Kelly WR Jared Abbrederis OLB Kevin Claxton TE Jake Byrne MLB Chris Borland LT Rick Wagner OLB Mike Taylor LG Travis Frederick CB Marcus Cromartie C Peter Konz SS Shelton Johnson RG Kevin Zeitler FS Aaron Henry RT Josh Oglesby CB Antonio Fenelus 2012 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Joel Stave DE David Gilbert RB Montee Ball DT Beau Allen FB Derek Watt DT Ethan Hemer WR Jared Abbrederis DE Brendan Kelly WR Jordan Fredrick SLB Ethan Armstrong TE Jacob Pedersen MLB Chris Borland LT Rick Wagner WLB Mike Taylor LG Ryan Groy CB Marcus Cromartie C Travis Frederick SS Shelton Johnson RG Kyle Costigan FS Dezmen Southward RT Rob Havenstein CB Devin Smith 2013 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Joel Stave DE Pat Muldoon RB James White NT Beau Allen WR Jared Abbrederis DE Ethan Hemer WR Jordan Fredrick OLB Brendan Kelly TE Jacob Pedersen ILB Chris Borland TE Brian Wozniak ILB Conor O Neill LT Tyler Marz OLB Ethan Armstrong LG Ryan Groy CB Darius Hillary C Dan Voltz SS Dezmen Southward RG Kyle Costigan FS Michael Caputo RT Rob Havenstein CB Sojourn Shelton 2014 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Joel Stave DE Warren Herring RB Melvin Gordon NT Konrad Zagzebski WR Alex Erickson DE Chikwe Obasih WR Kenzel Doe OLB Joe Schobert TE Sam Arneson ILB Marcus Trotter TE Austin Traylor ILB Derek Landisch LT Tyler Marz OLB Vince Biegel LG Dallas Lewallen CB Darius Hillary C Dan Voltz SS Michael Caputo RG Kyle Costigan FS Peniel Jean RT Rob Havenstein CB Sojourn Shelton

199 2015 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Joel Stave DE Arthur Goldberg RB Dare Ogunbowale NT Conor Sheehy FB Derek Watt DE Chikwe Obasih WR Alex Erickson OLB Joe Schobert WR Robert Wheelwright ILB Chris Orr TE Austin Traylor ILB T.J. Edwards LT Tyler Marz OLB Vince Biegel LG Michael Deiter CB Darius Hillary C Dan Voltz SS Michael Caputo RG Walker Williams FS Tanner McEvoy RT Beau Benzschawel CB Sojourn Shelton 2016 Offense Defense Pos. Player Pos. Player QB Bart Houston / DE Alec James / Alex Hornibrook Chikwe Obasih RB Corey Clement NT Olive Sagapolu FB Austin Ramesh DE Conor Sheehy WR Jazz Peavy OLB T.J. Watt WR Robert Wheelwright ILB Jack Cichy TE Troy Fumagalli ILB T.J. Edwards LT Ryan Ramczyk OLB Vince Biegel LG Jon Dietzen CB Derrick Tindal C Michael Deiter SS D Cota Dixon RG Beau Benzschawel FS Leo Musso RT David Edwards CB Sojourn Shelton 197

200 All-time Letterwinners A Abbott, Allen 1900, 01, 02, 03 Abbrederis, Jared 2010, 11, 12, 13 Ace, Norris 1951 Ackert, James 1944 Adam, Tyler 1990, 91, 92, 93 Adamov, Bob 1995, 96, 97, 98 Addy, Henry 1976 Adeyanju, James 2013, 14 Ahara, Edwin 1890, 91 Ahrens, Dave 1977, 78, 79, 80 Aiello, Ryan 2000, 01, 02, 03 Alberts, Rodger 1964, 65 Albright, Edward 1968, 69, 70 Albright, William 1948, 49, 50 Alexander, Arthur H. 1911, 12, 13 Alexander, Brian 1995 Alexander, Walter A. 1894, 95, 99 Alford, Harry 1969 Allen, Beau 2010, 11, 12, 13 Allen, Connor 2016 Allen, John 1957 Allen, Maynard 1906 Allen, Michael 2001, 02, 03, 04 Altmann, Robert 1957, 58, 59 Ambrose, Steven 1955, 56 Ameche, Alan 1951, 52, 53, 54 Amundsen, Norman 1953, 54 Anderson, Ashley 1941, 42, 46 Anderson, Ben 2009, 10, 11, 12 Anderson, Brian 1985, 86, 87, 88 Anderson, Dave 1975 Anderson, Dave 1994, 95 Anderson, Earl 1895, 97, 98, 99 Anderson, Isaac 2006, 08, 09, 10 Anderson, Ross 1978, 79, 80 Anderson, Sidney 1909 Andrykowski, Ervin 1951, 52 Anelli, Mark 1998, 99, 00, 01 Anthony, Thomas 1960 Anthony, Todd 1993 Antonie, William 1987, 88, 89 Apkarian, Gregory 1973 Appleton, Kraig 2009 Armentrout, Joe 1983, 84, 85, 86 Armstrong, Brett 1981, 82, 83 Armstrong, Ethan 2010, 11, 12, 13 Armstrong, Thaddeus 2015 Arneson, Dave 1983, 84 Arneson, Sam 2011, 12, 13, 14 Arnold, Brett 2013 Arpin, H.A Artley, Marvin 1985, 86, 87, 88 Ashby, Solomon 1986 Atkinson, W Aulik, David 1965 Austin, Tim 1972 Austin, Willie 1996, 97, B Bachhuber, James 1972, 73 Bachman, J. Cary 1951 Backus, August 1928, 29 Baer, Richard 1960, 61 Baffico, Steve 1994, 95 Bahlow, Ed 1944 Bailey, Raymond 1975, 76 Baine, W.M Bakken, Clint 1999 Bakken, Jim 1959, 60, 61 Ball, Montee 2009, 10, 11, 12 Ball, Ray 2012,13, 14 Ballweg, Charles 1970 Balts, Josh 2006 Banaszak, John 1987, 88, 89 Bandor, Gary 1965 Bangert, Donald 1960 Barber, Greg 1976, 77, 78 Baretz, Lance 2012, 13, 14 Barker, Mike 1990 Barkley, Matt 1990 Barnes, Harry 1920 Barnum, Rolland 1924, 25, 26 Baron, Daniel 1972 Barr, Wallace 1919, 20, 22 Barrett, Kalvin 2001, 02, 03, 04 Barrios, Richard 1972, 73 Barryman, C Barth, George 1892 Bartholomew, Ken 1928 Basten, Jim 1988, 89, 90 Batsch, Dan 1987, 88, 89, 90 Baumann, Robert 1940, 41, 42 Baun, Zack 2016 Baxter, Richard 1982, 83 Becker, Michael 1972, 74 Becker, Robert 1933, 34 Beckum, Travis 2005, 06, 07, 08 Beddell, M Begel, William 1931 Behr, Samuel 1928, 29, 30 Belcher, Kevin 1982, 83, 84 Belin, Chuck 1989, 90, 91, 92 Bell, Brett 2001, 02, 04, 05 Bell, Mark, 2002, 03 Bellford, Russ 1983, 84 Bellile, Ken 1938 Bellin, Roy 1936, 37, 38 Bellows, Frank 1912, 13, 14 Below, Martin 1918, 22, 23 Belter, Tom 1974, 75 Bender, John 1933, 34 Bendrick, Ben 1945, 46, 47, 48 Bennett, Michael 1999, 00 Bennett, Steve 1948, 49 Bennett, Tom 1946, 47, 48 Benninger, Michael 1973, 74 Bentson, Harold 1923 Benz, Fred 1935, 36, 37 Benzschawel, Beau 2015, 16 Benzschawel, Scott 1985, 87 Berg, David 1965, 66 Berg, M.J Berger, Louis 1912 Bergold, Scott 1982, 83, 84 Bernard, Giscard 1994, 95, 96 Berndt, Charles 1950, 51, 52 Bernet, Lee 1962, 63, 64 Bernstein, Matt 2002, 03, 04, 05 Berriman, Daniel 1982 Bertke, Wilson 1902, 03, 04 Bestor, Glenn 1955, 56 Bestor, Scott 1986, 87, 88 Bevell, Darrell 1992, 93, 94, 95 Beyers, Dow 1915 Bichler, David 1960, 61 Bickerstaff, Erik 1999, 00, 01 Bieberstein, Adolph 1922, 23, 24 Biegel, Hayden 2014, 15 Biegel, Vince 2013, 14, 15, 16 Billy, David 1967, 68 Bingham, James 1933 Binish, Stanley 1928, 29 Blackbourne, Lisle 1946, 47, 48, 49 Blackburn, Bill 1889 Blackman, Thane 1923, 24, 25 Blackmun, Gil 1956 Blair, E.R Blake, Rex 1967, 68 Blaskowski, Curt 1978, 79, 80 Bleyer, Charles 1906 Bliss, Donald 1965, 66, 67 Bloedorn, Arthur 1956 Bobo, Frederick 1985, 86 Boese, Joey 1998, 99, 00, 01 Boggs, Bryn 1995 Bohlig, Gregg 1972, 73, 74 Boliaux, Guy 1978, 79, 80, 81 Bollinger, Brooks 1999, 00, 01, 02 Bondi, Hobart 1917 Bondoc, Evan 2015, 16 Bonner, Brian 1983, 84, 85 Boodry, Kevin 1976 Booher, Martin 1953, 54, 56 Booker, Earl 1979, 80, 82 Booker, Titus 2016 Boots, Richard 1966 Borders, John 1967, 68 Borgerding, Mike 1977 Borland, Chris 2009, 11, 12, 13 Borland, Kyle 1979, 80, 81, 82 Bosold, Edward 1971, 72, 73 Botham, Richard 1944 Bourne, Jim 1990, 91, 92 Bowers, Dale 1946 Bowman, Kenneth 1961, 62, 63 Boyajian, John 1966, 67 Boye-Doe, Howard 2001 Boyke, Scott 1989 Boykins, Michael 1983, 84, 85, 86 Boyle, F.E. 1907, 08 Boyle, Pat 1941, 42 Brader, James 1918, 19, 20, 21 Bradley, Henry 1898 Brady, Donny 1993, 94 Braker, Thomas 1977, 78, 79 Branaman, Lance 1983, 84, 85 Brandstat, R. 1910, 11

201 Brandt, Harold 1962, 63, 64 Brandt, William 1974, 75 Bratt, Clarence 1953, 54 Bratton, Charles 1930, 31 Braun, David 1999, 00, 01, 02 Braun, Robert 1971, 72, 73 Breckenridge, Wm. 1912, 14 Brekke, Brad 1988, 89, 90 Brekke, Michael 1987 Brennen, Joseph 2011 Breuscher, Terry 1976, 77 Brewer, Chester 1896 Brhely, Michael 1978 Bridgeman, John 1955, 56 Briedis, Eriks 2010 Briggs, Thomas 1968 Brigham, Thomas 1964, 65 Bright, George 1910, 11, 12 Brin, Michael 1995 Brindly, Thaddeus 1904, 05 Brinkley, Niles 2007, 08, 09, 10 Brockett, John 1966 Brodhagen, Gene 1936, 37, 38 Bronson, Paul 1940, 41 Brookins, Keelon 2015, 16 Brooks, Robert 2001, 02, 03, 04 Brooks, W.L Broussard, Michael 2000, 01 Brown, Aaron 1989, 90, 91, 92 Brown, Byron 2001, 02, 03 Brown, Clarence 1968 Brown, Demetrius 1996, 97, 98, 99 Brown, Jamel 1991, 92, 93, 94 Brown, Matthew 2006 Brown, Zach 2007, 08, 09 Browne, Tom 1990, 91 Browning, Keith 1986 Bruce, Andrew 1889, 90, 91 Bruhn, Peter 1962 Brumder, W.C Brumm, Roman 1918, 21 Brunston, Jevon 1993 Bryan, Mike 1991, 92 Bryant, Onjai 1996, 97 Bryant, Wendell 1998, 99, 00, 01 Bscherer, Jake 2006, 07, 09 Bucci, Frank 1933 Bucciarelli, Gale 1965, 66 Buck, Howard 1913, 14, 15 Budde, John 1935 Budde, Robert 1982 Budmayr, Jon 2010 Buenning, Dan 2001, 02, 03, 04 Bunge, G.C. 1919, 20, 21 Bunge, George W. 1893, 94 Bunker, Eugene 1909, 10 Burge, Rob 2009, 10, 11, 12 Burgess, Yusef 1990, 91, 92, 93 Burke, Tom 1995, 96, 97, 98 Burks, Archie Roy 1950, 51, 52 Burks, David 1987, 88 Burlingame, Bret 2000 Burney, Richard 1979 Burns, Jason 1991, 92, 93, 94 Burrus, Jefferson 1924, 25, 26 Burt, Charles 1965, 67 Burt, Michael 1975, 77, 78 Buser, Alfred 1910, 11, 12 Bush, James 1902, 03, 04, 06 Buss, Gary 1968, 69, 70 Buss, Lynn 1966, 67, 68 Buss, Ronald 1970, 71, 72 Buss, Terry 1973, 74, 75 Butler, Nathaniel 1968, 69, 70 Butler, Robert 1911, 12, 13 Butrym, Patrick 2008, 09, 10, 11 Byrne, Jake 2008, 09, 10, 11 C Cabral, Armand 1977, 78, 79 Cadogen, Sherard 2012, 13, 14 Calhoun, Brian 2005 Callahan, Russell 1934 Calligaro, Len 1941, 42 Cameron, Don 1925, 26, 27 Cammett, Stuart 1977 Campbell, Joe 1944 Campbell, LaMar 1994, 95, 96, 97 Campbell, Scott 2002, 03 Campbell, Tyrone 1989 Canada, Larry 1973, 74, 75, 76 Cannon, P.J Canny, Thomas 1952 Canonie, Tony 1966 Cantrell, Branden 1994, 95, 96, 97 Caputo, Michael 2012, 13, 14, 15 Carimi, Gabe 2007, 08, 09, 10 Carl, DuWayne 1957 Carl, Harland 1951, 52, 53 Carlson, Ronald 1956, 57 Carney, Theo 1992, 93, 94 Carolan, Penn 1943 Carpenter, Charles 1916, 17, 19 Carpenter, Marcus 1996, 97, 98, 99 Carr, Kemal 1983, 84 Carroll, Mike 1975, 76 Carter, Daryl 1993, 94, 95, 96 Carter, Fred 1910 Carter, Shane 2005, 07, 08 Cascadden, Chad 1993, 94 Cascone, Dan 2009 Case, Charles 1892 Casey, George 1928, 29, 30 Casey, Michael 1978, 79 Casillas, Jonathan 2005, 06, 07, 08 Casper, Gary 1989, 90, 91, 92 Cassini, Thomas 2007, 08, 09, 10 Castle, Lewis 1912 Castro, Cayetano 1993, 94, 95, 96 Catalano, Chris 2001, 02, 03 Catlin, Mark 1930, 31 Cavill, Michael 1966, 67, 68 Cephus, Quintez 2016 Cepicky, Scott 1984, 85, 86, 87 Chaconas, George 1990 Chamberlain, Al 1898, 99, 00, 03 Chamberlain, H.R. 1898, 99 Chambers, C.C Chambers, Chris 1997, 98, 99, 00 Chandler, Patrick 1967 Chaney, Charles 1945 Charles, Darrin 2001, 02, 03, 04 Charles, David 1976, 77, 78 Chapman, Jason 2005, 06, 07, 08 Chavez, Phil 1993 Christen, Rob 1997 Christensen, Gwynn 1948, WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Christenson, Dennis 1978, 79 Christian, Richard 1975, 76 Christianson, Carl 1921 Christianson, Ed 1934, 35, 36 Chryst, George 1957, 58 Chryst, Paul 1986, 87, 88 Cibik, Vince 1938 Cichy, Jack 2013, 15, 16 Cinelli, Rocco 1956 Cisler, James 1986 Clark, B.N Clark, Carlease 1998, 99, 00 Clark, F. 1903, 04, 06 Clark, John 1964 Clarke, Robert 1943 Clauss, Joseph 1935, 36 Clawson, Larry 1973 Claxton, Kevin 2008, 09, 10, 11 Clay, John 2008, 09, 10 Claypool, Tywin 1989 Cleary, Pat 1990 Clemens, Jason 2003 Clement, Corey 2013, 14, 15, 16 Clinkscale, Jonathan 2001, 02, 03, 04 Coatta, John 1949, 50, 51 Cochart, Nick 2001, 02, 03 Cochems, Ed 1897, 98, 99, 00, 01 Cochems, Henry 1894 Cohee, Kevin 1977, 78 Cole, Jess 1980, 81 Cole, Wallace 1926 Cole, Walter 1935, 36, 37 Coleman, Harry H Coleman, Marcus 2004, 05, 06, 07 Collias, Nicholas 1944, 47, 48 Collins, Pat 1974, 75, 76 Collins, William 1918, 19, 20 Collins, Willie 1981 Commander, Azree 1994, 95, 96 Comstock, N. 1894, 95, 96, 97, 98 Cone, Robert 1939 Connelly, Ryan 2015,16 Connor, Charles 1943 Connor, Gordon 1926, 27, 28 Connors, Brett 2015, 16 Connors, Phillip 1972 Conry, Clifford 1928 Cooper, F Cooper, Jamal 2004, 05, 06 Cooper, Myron 1956, 57 Corcoran, Gordon 1957 Cory, W Costa, Dave 1997, 98, 99, 00 Costigan, Kyle 2012, 13, 14 Cowans, Chuckie 2002, 03, 04 Cox, John 1977 Cox, T.A. 1944, 46, 47, 48 Crame, Jammar 2005 Craine, James 1952 Cramer, Herbert 1916 Crawford, Lionell 1988, 89, 90, 92 Crenshaw, T.P Cribbs, Reggie 2004 Criter, Kenneth 1966, 67, 68 Crofoot, Edwin 1925, 26, 27 Cromartie, Marcus 2011, 12 Crooks, Andy 2004, 05, 06, 07 Crooks, Daniel 1969, 70 Crossen, David 1975, 76, 77,

202 Cruickshank, Dave 1996, 97 Cruse, Gino 2005 Cuccia, Henry 1965, 66 Cuisinier, Frank 1927, 28 Cullen, Mark 1972, 73, 74 Culver, Harry 1907 Cummings, Leo 1913, 14, 15 Cummins, Connor 2011 Cunningham, C.J. 1906, 07, 08 Current, Jake 2008, 09, 10, 11 Currier, Charles 1964, 65 Currier, Ken 1942, 46, 47 Curtin, Joseph 1906 Curtis, Arthur 1898, 99, 00, 01 Curtis, H Curtis, Louis 1987 Cusack, Donald 1944 Cuthbert, Donald 1931 Cvengros, Jerome 1955 Cwayna, Michael 1953 Czech, Dave 1990, 91 Czechowicz, Bob 1974, 75, 76, 77 Czechowicz, Thomas 1975, 76 D Dal Sasso, Anthony 1943, 44 Daley, Pat 1997, 98 Damos, Ted 1940, 41 Daniels, Carlos 1998, 99 Daniels, Owen 2002, 03, 04, 05 Darby, James 1994, 95, 96 Daum, R Davenport, Matt 1997, 98 Davey, Allen 1917, 19, 20 Davey, Don 1987, 88, 89, 90 Davey, John 1943, 44 Davidson, T.R. 1907, 08 Davies, James 1927, 28 Davies, William 1936, 38 Davis, A Davis, Anthony 1972 Davis, Anthony 2001, 02, 03, 04 Davis, Carl 1973 Davis, Christopher 1971, 72, 73 Davis, Chucky 1979, 81, 82 Davis, Mark 1997 Davis, Morgan 2002, 03, 04 Davis, Nick 1998, 99, 00, 01 Davis, Ralph 1946 Davis, Raymond 1934 Davy, George 1913 Dawkins, J.C. 1992, 93, 94 Dawkins, Joseph 1968, 69 Dayne, Ron 1996, 97, 98, 99 Deal, Taiwan 2015, 16 Dean, James 1908, 09, 10 Dean, Joseph 1897 Deanovich, George 1933, 34 DeBauche, Ken 2004, 05, 06, 07 DeCicco, Brock 2012, 13 DeCremer, Kirk 2007 Deerwester, Charles 1972, 73 Dehn, Casey 2010 Dehnert, George 1934 Deiter, Michael 2015, 16 Delaney, Pat 1980 Dellenbach, Jeff 1981, 82, 83, 84 DeLisle, James 1968, 69, Denlinger, Trent 2013, 14 DeRamus, Lee 1991, 92, 93 Derby, Glenn 1985, 86, 87 Dering, Charles 1900, 01, 04, 05 Derleth, Henry 1958, 59, 60 Diatelevi, Pete 1993, 94, 95, 96 Dickert, Gary 1972, 73, 74 Dickinson, Henry 1893, 94, 95 Dierks, Robert 1941, 42 Dietzen, Jon 2016 DiSalvo, Steve 1976 Dippel, Tyler 2010, 11, 12, 13 Dittman, Fred 1906, 07 Dittman, J Dittrich, John 1954, 55 Dixon, D Cota 2015, 16 Dixon, John 1952, 53 Dixon, John 1980 Dixon, Ken 1975, 76 Doar, Fred 1943 Docherty, Bob 2001, 02 Doe, Kenzel 2011, 12, 13, 14 Doerger, Jerome 1978, 79, 80, 81 Doering, Jason 1997, 98, 99, 00 Dohmeier, Thomas 1976 Domres, Thomas 1965, 66, 67 Donaghey, James 1918 Donaldson, James 1934 Donnellan, Dave 1947 Donovan, Louis 1904, 05 Donovan, Tyler 2004, 05, 06, 07 Dooley, Garret 2015, 16 Dooney, Ray 1943 Door, J Doran, Mark 1980, 81, 82 Dornburg, Roger 1951, 52, 53 Dorsch, Albert 1937, 38, 39 Downham, Thomas 1960 Downing, Mark 1999, 00, 01 Downing, Robert 1948, 49 Dox, Jeremy 2000 Doyle, John 1937, 38, 39 Dreutzler, C Drews, John 1948 Dreyer, Wally 1946, 47, 48 Driver, Earl 1899, 00, 01, 02 Drummond, William 1974, 75 Dubois, Zack 2011 Duckworth, Jeff 2010, 11, 12, 13 Dudley, Anthony 1977 Dunaway, Don 1929 Durkin, Joseph 1952 Dyer, Warren 1965, 66, 67 E Eagleburger, Leon 1922, 23 Echols, Mike 1998, 99, 00, 01 Eck, Jason 1998 Eckl, Robert 1937, 38, 39 Edler, Ray 1916 Edwards, Clarence 1931, 32 Edwards, David 2016 Edwards, T.J. 2015, 16 Eggebrecht, Otto 1920 Eggers, Virgil 1930 Egholm, Nate 2006 Egloff, Ronald 1974, 76 Eicher, Donny 1995, 97, Ellerson, Gary 1982, 83 Ellestad, Patrick 2001, 02, 03 Elliot, Anthony 1977 Elliott, Alvah 1919, 20, 21 Elliott, Bruce 1944, 47, 48, 49 Ellis, Fred 1941 Ellison, Kevin 1990 Emanuel, Nate 2009 Embach, James 1947, 48, 49 Embick, Dick 1938, 39, 40 Emery, Larry 1983, 84, 85, 86 Endicott, Andrew 2013, 14, 15, 16 Engelke, Robert 1931 Engle, Bob 1944, 45 Engler, Derek 1994, 95, 96 Erdmann, Jason 2016 Erdmann, Scott 1975, 76, 77, 78 Erickson, Alex 2013, 14, 15 Esser, Clarence 1943, 44, 45, 46 Esser, Norbert 1952, 53 Eulberg, John 1943 Evans, Gene 1946, 47, 48, 49 Evans, Lee 1999, 00, 01, 03 Evridge, Allan 2007, 08 Ewing, Bradie 2008, 09, 10, 11 Ezerins, Elmars 1960, 62 F Fabry, John 1962 Fagerstrom, Eric 1939 Farmer, Ralph 1963, 64 Farrar, Arrington 2015, 16 Farris, Tom 1939, 40, 41 Faulkner, Eddie 1997, 98, 99, 00 Faverty, Harold 1945, 48, 50, 51 Favret, John 1997, 98, 99, 00 Fawley, Charlie 1984, 85, 86 Fedenia, James 1969, 70 Fee, John 1944 Felker, Eugene 1950, 51 Fenelus, Antonio 2008, 09, 10, 11 Fenton, A.J. 2010, 12 Ferguson, Joe 2014, 15, 16 Ferguson, John 1933 Ferguson, Rufus 1970, 71, 72 Ferrario, Bill 1997, 98, 99, 00 Fields, Leonard 1967, 68 Fields, Russell 1983, 84, 85 Figaro, Lubern 2014, 15, 16 Filiatraut, John 1990 Filtzer, Robert 1915, 16 Finco, Ricky 2016 Findlay, Albion 1902, 03, 04, 05 Fischer, Sid 1943 Fish, John 1933, 34, 35 Fisher, Orville 1939 Fixmer, Mike 1980 Fladoes, Martin 1919 Flanigan, Brian 1994, 95, 96 Flasch, Ryan 2007, 08 Fleischer, O.J Fleming, Neil 1961 Fletcher, Eddie 1988, 89, 90, 91 Fletcher, Jamar 1998, 99, 00 Fletcher, Terrell 1991, 92, 93, 94 Flower, L.B Flowers, Otis 1987, 88 Floyd, Rufus 1975

203 Floyd, Terrance 2013, 15 Fogg, Joseph 1901, 02, 03 Fontaine, Thomas 1933, 34 Ford, Eric 1987 Forrest, H.G. 1895, 97 Fortino, Victor 1985, 86, 87, 88 Fowee, John 1970 Fowler, Carlos 1990, 91, 92, 93 Fox, John 1962 Fox, Orville 1939 Frain, Ronald 1962, 63, 64 Frank, Arthur 1906, 09 Franz, James 1973, 74, 75 Fraser, James 1957, 58 Frederick, Travis 2009, 11, 12 Fredrick, Craig 1980, 81 Fredrick, Jordan 2012, 13, 14, 15 Freeman, Damone 1988, 89 Freeman, John 1890, 91, 92, 93 Frei, Jerry 1942, 46, 47 Freimuth, Robert 1963 Freis, Randal 1971 French, Kyle 2011, 12, 13 Freund, Robert 1946, 47 Fricke, Harry 1944, 45 Fritz, Steve 1983 Fritz, William 1965, 66, 67 Froelich, Kevin 1973 Frokjer, Randy 1972, 73, 74 Fronek, David 1963, 64, 65 Fuchs, George 1945, 46 Fucik, Robert 1907, 08, 09, 10 Fugitt, C.T Fulco, Frank 1982 Fullington, Tim 1985 Fumagalli, Troy 2014, 15, 16 G Gaatz, David 1983, 84, 85 Gable, William 1948, 49, 51 Gage, Fred 1938, 39, 40 Gaglianone, Rafael 2014, 15, 16 Gajda, Matt 2003 Gales, Kenny 1993, 94 Gallagher, John 1946 Galletti, Mike 1994, 95, 96 Galvin, M.E Gambardella, Joe 1974, 75, 76, 77 Gamber, Jeff 1985 Gantenbein, Milton 1928, 29, 30 Gardner, M.L. 1914, 15, 16 Garnsey, E.G Garner, Manasseh 2010, 11 Garrot, William 1938 Gaskill, Glenn 1967 Gassner, Kevin 1974, 75 Gaulden, Devin 2014 Gavre, Vince 1936, 37, 38 Gay, Al 1994, 95 Gehler, William 1956, 57 Gelbach, Warren 1905, 06 Gelein, E.A. 1912, 13 George, Wray 1944, 45, 46, 47 Gerber, Ervin 1923 Ghidorzi, Chris 1996, 97, 98, 99 Gibson, Aaron 1996, 97, 98 Gibson, Edward 1920, 21, 22 Gilbert, Bryce 2012, 13 Gilbert, David 2009, 10, 12 Gilbert, Harry 1948, 50, 51 Gile, Gordon 1938, 39, 40 Gill, Christopher 2013 Gill, Pat 1998 Gill, Ralph 1921 Gillen, John 2004 Gillette, Edmund 1910, 11, 12 Gillins, D.J Gilreath, David 2007, 08, 09, 10 Gingrass, Robert 1953, 54 Girard, Earl 1944, 47 Gladem, Wendell 1981, 82, 83 Glavin, Terry 1992, 94 Glenn, Damon 1994, 95 Gnabah, Walter 1930 Godfrey, Rick 1989, 90 Goeke, James 1965 Goins, Mario 2008 Goldberg, Arthur 2013, 14, 15 Golden, Rasheed 1997, 98 Goldenberg, Charles 1930, 31 Golemgeske, John 1933, 35, 36 Goode, Elliot 2002, 03, 04, 05 Goodman, Robert 1965 Gordon, Greg 1975, 76, 77, 78 Gordon, Melvin 2012, 13, 14 Gorman, Mark 2004, 05, 06 Gorman, Michael 1985 Gosa, Gerald 1974 Gotstein, John 1927 Gotta, John 1959, 60 Gould, Harry 1897 Gould, Stevens 1917, 19, 21 Grabow, Brad 1982, 83, 84 Gradisnik, Anthony 1937, 38, 39 Grady, Griffin 2016 Graf, Alex 2011 Graf, Rick 1983, 84, 85, 86 Graff, Neil 1969, 70, 71 Graham, Garrett 2007, 08, 09 Graham, Robert 1977 Grams, Eric 1996, 97, 98 Granitz, Frank 1941, 46 Graper, Leslie 1916 Gray, Wells 1954, 55 Green, Charles 1975, 77, 78, 79 Green, Gerald 1979, 80, 81, 82 Green, Kevin 2012 Greenwood, David 1979, 80, 81, 82 Gregg, John 1895, 97 Gregoire, Todd 1984, 85, 86, 87 Gregory, William 1968, 69, 70 Greisen, Nick 1998, 99, 00, 01 Greyer, Neovia 1969, 70, 71 Gribowski, Joe 1997 Grice, Michael 1974, 75 Grimm, Richard 1960, 61 Grinde, Roger 1936 Grisley, William 1966, 67 Groff, Matt 2009 Grogan, Francis 1904 Gross, Michael 1962 Gross, Trent 1996 Grossman, Robert 1965, 66 Groy, Ryan 2010, 11, 12, 13 Gruber, Paul 1985, 86, 87 Grudzinski, James 1964 Grundy, Jack WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Guetschow, Tyler 2006, 07, 08, 09 Gulseth, Wendell 1952, 53 Gunderson, B.C H Haas, Michael 1972 Habeck, Milton 1971 Haberman, Hal 1945, 48, 49 Habermann, Aaron 2000 Hable, Bernard 1979 Hable, Burton 1952 Hackbart, Dale 1957, 58, 59 Hackbart, Vernon 1965 Hady, Patrick 1979, 80, 81, 82 Haese, Jack 1944 Hagberg, Earl 1956 Hall, John 1993, 94, 95, 96 Hallberg, John 1986 Halleran, Timothy 1976 Haluska, James 1952, 54, 55 Halverson, Charles 1949 Hammen, Edwin 1917 Hammerson, E.J Hammon, Nate 2013 Hammond, Chase 2012, 13 Hammond, James 1949, 50, 51 Hampton, Adam 2009, 10, 11 Hampton, Zach 2003, 04, 05, 06 Hancock, Howard 1915, 16, 17 Hanke, Del 1944 Hanley, Bob 1945, 47, 48 Hannah, Albert 1969, 70, 71 Hansen, David 1950, 51 Hanssen, Robert 1972, 73 Hanzel, Lawrence 1948, 49 Hanzlik, Bob 1941 Harder, Pat 1941, 42 Harmon, Doyle 1924, 25, 26 Harmon, Leo 1924, 25 Harney, Brian 1971, 72, 73 Harot, Henry 1929 Harrington, Michael 1973 Harris, Welton 1922, 23, 24 Harris, Xavier 2006, 07 Harrison, Josh 2014 Harrison, Marck 1982, 83, 84 Hart, Edward 1957, 58, 59 Hartlieb, Andy 1986, 87, 88 Hartman, Edward 1937 Hartmann, Will 2007, 08, 09 Hartwell, Ed 1997 Haukedahl, Stan 1934, 36 Havenstein, Rob 2011, 12, 13, 14 Haworth, Richard 1931, 32, 33 Hawthorne, Anttaj 2001, 02, 03, 04 Hayden, Nick 2004, 05, 06, 07 Hayes, Donald 1994, 95, 96, 97 Hayes, Jesse 2014, 15 Hayes, Neil 1927 Hayes, Travann 2003 Hazard, William 1974 Hazzard, William 1897 Hearn, Napolean 1961 Heath, Stan 1946 Hecker, Robert 1944 Heckl, Joe 1962, 63 Hegg, Troy 1995 Hegseth, Stuart

204 Hegwood, Ronald 1976 Hein, Chris 1991, 92, 93, 94 Hein, Jordan 2009 Heineke, James 1957, 58, 59 Heineke, John 1957 Heinz, Lawerence 1943 Helt, Mark 1985 Hemer, Ethan 2010, 11, 12, 13 Henderson, Jimmy 1989 Hennig, James 1964 Henrici, Ronald 1962 Henry, Aaron 2007, 09, 10, 11 Henry, Robert 1940 Herbert, Ben 1998, 99, 00, 01 Herring, Warren 2012, 13, 14 Herrington, Mike 1979, 80, 82, 83 Hertel, William 1955 Hess, William 1960, 61 Higgins, Peter 1967, 69 Hildreth, Harry 1943 Hile, Charles 1893 Hill, Early 1956, 57, 58 Hill, Nick 2012 Hill, P.J. 2006, 07, 08 Hillary, Darius 2012, 13, 14, 15 Hiltgen, Chris 1989 Hintz, Eldridge 1946, 47 Hirsbrunner, Paul 1940, 41, 42 Hirsch, Elroy 1942 Hirschfeld, Billy 2015, 16 Hobbs, Jon 1956, 57, 58 Hobbs, William 1957, 58, 59 Hodge, Elijah 2006, 07, 08 Hodges, Dennis 1943 Hoeffel, J. Merrill 1910, 11, 12 Hoegh, Mark 1952, 53 Hoehn, Armand 1946, 47 Hofer, Kenneth 1956 Hoffman, Brian 1984, 85 Hoffman, Duncan 1964 Hoffman, Edward 1966, 67, 68 Hoffman, John 1971 Hogan, Casey 2005, 07 Hohfield, Rudolph 1921, 22 Hohman, Jon 1962, 63, 64 Holland, Louis 1961, 62, 63 Holland, Louis Jr Holland, Tyler 2006, 07, 08, 09 Holloway, Robert 1938, 39 Holm, Kurt 1977, 78 Holmes, George 1944 Holmes, Harvey 1897, 98 Holmes, James 1957, 58 Holstein, William 1901 Holt, Reggie 1990, 91, 92, 93 Holzbauer, Jeff 2006 Holzwarth, Karl 1957, 59 Hoppman, Dave 1976 Hornibrook, Alex 2016 Hoskins, Mark 1940, 41, 42 Hosler, H. 1906, 07 Hotchkiss, George 1927 Houston, Bart 2013, 14, 15, 16 Houston, Thomas 1977, 80 Hovland, Lynn 1935, 37, 38 Howard, David 1954, 55, 56 Howard, J. 1906, 08 Howard, Larry 1962, 64 Howard, Mike 1984, 85, Howard, Nate 2002 Howay, Gregory 1963 Howell, Daniel 1987, 89 Hubbard, Paul 2004, 05, 06, 07 Hubbard, Tom 1945 Hudson, Austin 2014 Hudson, Craig 1986, 87, 88, 89 Huggett, Jerry 1991 Hughes, Devery 1999, 00 Hughes, Paul 1981 Humphries, Anthony 1985 Hunt, Fred 1904 Hunt, Josh 2000 Hunt, Leon 1986, 87, 88, 89 Hunter, Malvin 1987, 88, 89, 90 Huntley, Kevin 1994, 95, 96, 97 Huntley, Lee 1906, 07 Husting, Berthold 1898 Hutchinson, William 1950, 51, 52 Huxhold, Kenneth 1948, 49, 50 Huxhold, Terry 1958, 59, 60 Hyland, Richard 1968, 69, 70 I Iakisch, Robert 1907, 08 Ikegwuonu, Jack 2005, 06, 07 Ingels, Doug 2009, 10, 11, 12 Ingels, Thomas 2007, 08, 09, 10 Ingold, Alec 2015, 16 Innis, Joe 1997 Irish, Russell 1922, 23 Isom, Adolph 1968, 69 J Jackomino, Bradley 1976, 77, 78 Jackson, Brandt 1967, 68 Jackson, Keith 1993, 94 Jacobazzi, Roger 1962, 63, 64 Jacobi, Gustav 1917, 19 Jacobs, H.H. 1892, 93, 94, 95 Jacobs, Leon 2013, 14, 16 Jacobson, Carl 1910 Jaeger, Roger 1969, 70, 71 Jakious, Richard 1972, 73, 74 Jakubowski, Josh 1997, 99, 00 Jamerson, Natrell 2014, 15, 16 James, Alec 2014, 15, 16 James, Erasmus 2001, 02, 04 Janek, Chris 1996, 97, 98, 99 Jamison, Terrance 2006 Jankowski, Eddie 1934, 35, 36 Jankowski, Thomas 1964, 65, 66 Jansen, Brian 1985 Janule, Victor 1966 Jax, James 1961 Jean, Peniel 2011, 12, 13, 14 Jefferson, Jason 2001, 02, 03, 04 Jefferson, Kyle 2007, 08, 09, 10 Jefferson, Theodore 1970 Jenkins, Lowell 1957, 58, 59 Jenkins, Michael 1972, 73, 74 Jenkins, Nathan 1965 Jensen, Howard 1929, 30 Jensen, Paul 1934, 35, 36 Jenson, Joel 1964 John, Rex 1938, 45 Johnson, Al 1999, 00, 01, Johnson, Albert 1905, 06 Johnson, Ben 1999, 00, 01, 02 Johnson, Bob 1963 Johnson, Coleman 1997 Johnson, Duane 1972, 75 Johnson, Ervin 1936 Johnson, Eugene 1945 Johnson, Farnham 1942 Johnson, Gregory 1969, 71 Johnson, James 1968, 70 Johnson, Lawrence 1976, 77, 78 Johnson, Leon 1986, 87, 88, 89 Johnson, Malcolm 1990 Johnson, Patrick 2016 Johnson, Richard 1982, 83, 84 Johnson, Robert 1972, 73, 74 Johnson, Ron 1992, 93, 94 Johnson, Scott 1987, 88 Johnson, Shelton 2009, 10, 11, 12 Johnson, Steve 2005, 06, 07 Johnson, Tyler 2016 Johnston, Robert 1984, 85, 86 Joki, Matthew 1988 Joliffe, W.M. 1897, 98, 99 Jones, Bryan 1994 Jones, Darius 2000, 02, 03 Jones, Daven 2007, 08 Jones, George 1904 Jones, James 1963, 64 Jones, Michael 1981, 82, 83, 84 Jones, Rex 1974, 75 Jones, Theodore 1898, 1903 Jones, Thomas 1976 Jones, Timothy 1985 Joran, Paul 2004, 05, 06 Jordan, A.J. 2013, 14, 15 Jordan, Lynn 1933, 34, 35 Jordan, Tim 1982, 84, 85, 86 Josten, John 1978, 80, 82 Jowers, Jason 1999, 00, 01, 02 Joyce, Leo 1979, 80, 81 Juneau, William 1899, 00, 01, 02 Jung, Louis 1964, 65 Jurewicz, Bryan 1993, 94, 95, 96 K Kabat, Greg 1930, 31, 32 Kalasmiki, Mike 1978, 79 Kaltenberg, Thomas 1975, 76, 77 Kamoku, James 2004, 05, 06, 07 Kampmann, Kevin 1998 Kapoi, Micah 2015, 16 Karel, John 1892, 94, 95, 96, 98 Kasiska, Robert 1924, 25, 26 Katula, Matt 2001, 02, 03, 04 Kavanagh, Scott 1996, 97, 98, 99 Kaye, Daniel 2005, 06, 07 Kaye, Jesse 1964, 65 Keefer, Jake 2014, 15 Keeler, Ray 1912, 13, 14 Keeling, David 1982 Keenan, Joe 1943 Keigher, Greg 1995 Kelich, Joe 1982, 83 Kellogg, William 1960 Kelly, Brandon 2004, 05, 06, 07 Kelly, Brendan 2009, 11, 12, 13 Kelly, Joseph 1947, 48, 49

205 Kelly, Michael 1975, 76 Kelly, Pat 1977, 78 Kelly, W.M. 1914, 16, 17 Kemp, Andrew 2005, 06, 07, 08 Kemp, Nikki 1994 Kempthorne, Dion 1961, 62 Kendricks, Lance 2008, 09, 10 Kennedy, Brant 1985, 86, 87 Kennedy, Chris 1993 Kennedy, Martin 1913, 14 Kennedy, Robert 1950, 51, 52 Kerr, James 1889, 90 Kessenich, Paul 1949 Ketelaar, William 1927, 28, 29 Keyes, Bud 1985, 86, 87 Keyes, Orton 1917 Kieckhefer, Herbert 1916, 17 Kiessling, Oscar 1921 Kiltz, John 1978 Kindt, Don 1943, 45, 46 King, Donte 1997, 98 King, Troy 1979, 80, 81, 82 Kirtley, Richard 2009 Kissling, Dan 1986, 87, 88, 89 Kittel, Tom 1945, 47, 48 Kleber, Michael 2002 Klinzing, Vern 1945 Klosek, Timothy 1971 Kmet, James 1983, 84, 85, 86 Knapp, George 1891, 92 Knauf, Luke 2006 Knauff, Donald 1946, 47, 48, 49 Knight, Roger 1997, 98, 99, 00 Knobel, F Knoeck, Tim 1986, 87, 88, 89 Kobza, Robert 1983, 84 Koch, Philip 1999 Koch, Thomas 1971, 72 Koch, Walter 1915, 16 Kocourek, David 1956, 57, 58 Koeck, Rich 1972, 73, 74 Koehler, Harold 1941 Koenig, William 1932, 33 Kohout, Jordan 2010 Kolbusz, Don 1939 Kolian, Richard 1955, 56 Kolodziej, Ross 1997, 98, 99, 00 Konkol, Derek 2006 Konovsky, Robert 1954, 55 Konz, Peter 2009, 10, 11 Kopina, Dan 1974, 75 Korslin, Rob 2009, 10 Kostka, Wayne 1966 Kouba, Steve 1994 Kowalski, Tim 1989 Krall, David 1976, 77, 78 Kralovec, Arthur 1916, 17 Kranhold, Harvey 1931, 32 Kreger, Jeffrey 1969 Kreick, Ray 1939, 40, 41 Krein, Joel 1979 Krepfle, Mike 1978, 80 Kresky, Joe 1926, 27, 28 Kreuz, Louis 1914, 15, 16 Kreuz, Robert 1925, 26 Kron, Gary 1968 Kroner, Gary 1961, 62 Krueger, Lee 1990, 91, 92, 93 Krueger, Matt 1991 Kruger, Kenneth 1929, 30, 31 Krugman, John 1970, 71 Krumrie, Tim 1979, 80, 81, 82 Kuenzler, John 1943 Kuhlemeier, James 1966 Kuhns, Chad 1998, 99, 00, 01 Kuhns, Russ 2000, 01, 02 Kulcinski, Gerald 1958, 59, 60 Kull, Fred 1891, 92, 93, 94, 95 Kummer, Milt 1932, 33, 34 Kundert, Kenneth 1933, 34 Kunesh, Ervin 1960 Kurek, Ralph 1962, 63, 64 Kusa, James 1943, 44 L La Bun, Vladimir 1974, 75 LaCroix, Richard 1965, 66 Ladewig, Fred 1940 Lager, Dennis 1965 Laird, Ken 1943 Lamia, Vince 1973, 74, 75, 76 Lamont, Brian 1999, 00 Lamphere, Robert 1953 Landgraf, Ben 2007 Landingham, Quincy 2007 Landisch, Derek 2011, 12, 13, 14 Landsee, Bob 1982, 83, 85 Lane, William 1949, 50, 51 Langford, Allen 2005, 06, 07, 08 Lange, Raymond 1911, 12, 13 Lanphear, Dan 1957, 58, 59 Lanphear, George 1936 Larson, Albert 1898, 99, 00, 01 Larson, Lloyd 1924, 25 Laubenheimer, Roger 1943, 44 Lawrence, Matt 2003, 04, 05 Leafblad, Ronald 1962, 63, 64 Leaper, Wesley 1918 Lee, Donald 1943, 46 Lee, Rory 1990 Lehman, C Leitl, Lester 1925, 26 Leonhard, Jim 2001, 02, 03, 04 Leppla, Robert 1975 Lerner, Alec 2011 Lerro, Joe 1977 Lerum, Arnie 1899, 00, 01 Letz, Robert 1943 Leu, Robert 1950, 51 Levenhagen, Mark 1972 Levenhagen, Michael 1973 Levenhagen, Pat 1954, 55, 56 Levenick, Dave 1977, 78, 79, 80,81 Levine, Jason 1993 Levisee, Lester 1905 Levy, DeAndre 2005, 06, 07, 08 Lewallen, Dallas 2013, 14 Lewis, Alex 2002, 03 Lewis, Danny 1955, 56, 57 Lewis, Greg 1973, 74, 75 Lewis, Jeff 2012 Lewis, Richard 1980 Lewis, Sean 2006, 07 Lewis, Traison 2002, 03 Lick, Dennis 1972, 73, 74, 75 Lick, James 1983 Lick, Steve 1975, 76, WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Liethen, Alois 1929 Liljequist, Lawrence 1902, 03 Linden, John 1928, 29 Lindsey, Scott 1969 Linfor, Joe 1930, 31, 32 Lisowski, Dan 1998, 99 Little, Gary 1972 Little, James 1967 LoCascio, Guy 1974 Locklin, Ronald 1952, 53, 54 Locklin, Stuart 1946 Loehrke, John 1936, 37, 39 Loepfe, Dick 1941, 46, 47 Logemann, R Lokanc, David 1970, 71, 72 London, Michael 1991, 92, 93, 95 London, Mike 1964, 65 Long, F Long, Thomas 1924, 25 Lonnborg, Thomas 1971, 72 Loope, T.E Lopp, Frank 1941, 46 Lorenz, Albert 1938, 39, 40 Lorenz, Don 1978, 79 Lorenz, Michael 2002, 03, 04 Losse, Gary 1969, 70 Lossow, Rodney 1985, 86, 87 Lotti, Anthony 2016 Loukas, Anthony 1964, 65, 66 Love, Reggie 2012, 14, 15, 16 Lovshin, Leonard 1933, 35, 36 Lovshin, Ralph 1931, 32 Lowe, Dean 1943 Lowe, William 1954, 55, 56 Lowery, Tony 1987, 88, 90, 91 Lowman, M. 1907, 08 Lubratovich, Milo 1928, 29, 30 Lucas, Richard 1975 Lukasko, Andrew 2009, 10, 11 Luko, Jeffrey 1979, 81 Luksik, Franklin 1957 Lund, Gary 1970, 71, 72 Lurtsema, Rob 1993, 97 Lusby, William 1928, 29, 30 Lutz, John 1943 Lyle, J.T.S Lyles, Kevin 1993, 94, 95, 96 Lyman, F.S Lyman, T.U. 1892, 93, 94 Lynch, Brendan 1988, 89, 90, 91 Lyons, Eugene 1940, 41, 42 Lyons, Terry 1974, 75, 76 Lysek, David 1994, 95, 96, 97 M Macias, Jay 1991, 92, 93, 94 Mack, Jeffrey 2000, 01, 02, 03 Mack, Jeffrey 1972, 73, 74 Mackmiller, William 1901, 10, 11 Magazzeni, Joe 1988, 89 Mahlik, Eric 1997, 98, 99, 00 Mahnke, Allan 1934, 35 Mahone, Tyrone 1989, 90 Maiava, Lyle 2004 Makris, George 1941, 42 Maksen, Bill 1991 Malesevich, Bronko 1936, 37 Malesevich, Emil

206 Malone, Wally 1982 Mals, Ray 1945 Maly, Austin 2014 Mangum, Mark 1990 Manic, Dennis 1972, 73 Maniecki, Jason 1991, 93, 94, 95 Manley, Korey 1990, 91, 92 Mann, Berthold 1918 Mansfield, Arthur 1928 Mansfield, Bob 1948, 50 Mansfield, Von 1980, 81 Maragos, Chris 2008, 09 Marcin, Raymond 1963, 65 Marconi, Joseph 1985 Marek, Billy 1973, 74, 75 Margoles, Harry 1918, 20 Marks, Randall 1968, 69, 70 Marks, Ryan 1997, 98, 99, 00 Marrow, Brian 1981, 82, 83 Marsh, Charles 1902 Marshall, Albert 1900, 01 Martin, Carl 1952 Martin, Cecil 1995, 96, 97, 98 Martin, James 1937 Martin, Jay 1913 Martine, Jim 1978, 79 Marz, Tyler 2012, 13, 14, 15 Maselter, William 1964, 65 Mason, Ernest 2003 Maternowski, Curt 1989, 90, 91, 92 Mather, Israel 1898 Matthews, Ira 1975, 76, 77, 78 Matthias, Zac 2010, 11, 12, 13 Mauerman, J.F Maves, Earl 1946, 47 Maxwell, Jacob 2015, 16 May, William 1943 Mayer, Michael 1970, 71, 72 Mayfield, Jesse 2001 Mayo, Brad 1987, 88, 89 McAndrews, Harry 1924, 25 McCauley, Thomas 1966, 67, 68 McClish, Michael 1969 McConnell, Philip 1989 McConnell, Tim 1974, 75, 76 McCorison, Kyle 2002, 03 McCormick, Ben 1997 McCormick, Henry 1925 McCoy, James 1977, 78 McCrory, Raymond 1915, 16 McCullis, Brian 2007 McCullough, Carl 1993, 95, 96, 97 McEvoy, Tanner 2013, 14, 15 McFadden, Jaevery 2006, 07, 08, 09 McFadden, Thad 1980, 81, 83, 84 McFadzean, Jim 1940, 41, 42 McKillip, Joe 2008, 09, 10 McGettigan, Pat 1989, 90, 91, 92 McGiveran, Stanley 1924 McGovern, T.Y McGrew, Delante 1998, 99, 00, 01 McGuire, James 2010, 12, 13, 14 McGuire, Walter 1930, 31, 32 McIntosh, Chris 1996, 97, 98, 99 McKaskle, Herman 1927 McKay, Bob 1940, 41, 42 McKinney, Gerald 1961 McKinnon, Kyle 1981 McLaughlin, Paul McMaster, Paul 1913, 14 McMillin, James 1962 McNamara, Joe 2012 McNamara, William 1953, 54, 55 McNaught, J.H McPherson, Charles 1896 Mead, Jack 1941, 44, 45 Mearlon, James 1968 Meckstroth, Victor 2005 Megna, Tony 2009 Mehring, Robb 1988 Mehlhaff, Taylor 2004, 05, 06, 07 Melka, Jim 1981, 82, 83, 84 Melzner, Arthur 1904 Merritt, Ahmad 1996, 97, 98, 99 Messenger, Daniel 1979, 80 Messenger, Jeff 1991, 92, 93, 94 Messina, Angelo 1972 Messmer, John 1906, 07, 08 Messner, Gary 1953, 54 Meyer, Drew 2012, 13, 14, 15 Meyer, Martin 1944, 45 Meyer, Robert 1943 Meyers, C.M Meyers, Paul 1915, 16, 19 Meyers, Tilden 1948, 49, 50 Mialik, Larry 1969, 70, 71 Mialik, Matt 2001, 02 Michuda, Andrew 1974, 75, 76 Mielke, David 1983, 84 Mietz, Robert 1974 Miklusak, Neil 1994, 95, 96 Milaul, Frank 1941 Mileager, Dick 1975, 76, 77 Milek, Joseph 1964 Millar, William 1933 Miller, Carl 1922, 23, 24 Miller, Charles 1906, 08 Miller, Chester 1928 Miller, Don 1939, 40, 41 Miller, James 1953, 54, 55 Miller, Jeff 1988, 89, 90 Miller, Kerry 1988, 89, 90 Miller, Ron 1960, 61 Miller, William 1953 Minter, Alan 1975, 76, 77 Minton, Jarvis 2005, 06 Moeller, Ralph 1937, 38, 39 Moffatt, William 1901, 02 Moffett, Harold 1912 Moffitt, John 2007, 08, 09, 10 Mohapp, Dave 1978, 79, 80, 81 Molinaro, Frank 1930, 31, 32 Moll, John 1908, 10, 11 Momcilovic, Milan 1987 Monk, Robert 1964 Monroe, Brad 1969 Montgomery, Ken 1962 Montgomery, Mark 1990, 91, 92, 93 Montgomery, Steven 1977 Montoute, Sankar 1980 Monty, Joe 2003, 04, 05, 06 Monty, Pete 1993, 94, 95, 96 Moody, Prince 2008, 09 Moon, Lance 1970, 71 Moore, Brian 1959, 60, 61 Moore, Dan 2008, 09 Moore, James 1976, 77, 78 Moore, Maurice 2007, Moorman, David, 2016 Morgan, Michael 1974, 75, 76, 77 Morris, Melvin 1956, 57 Morse, R.J. 2001, 02, 03, 04 Mortell, Emmett 1935 Moss, Brent 1991, 92, 93 Motl, Kevin 1979, 80 Mucklestone, R.W. 1907, 08 Mucks, Arlie Sr Muegge, Walter 1926 Mueller, Herb 1934 Mueller, Nick 2000 Mueller, Sam 1997, 98, 99 Muldoon, Pat 2010, 11, 12, 13 Mullen, Mike 1990 Munden, Kirk 2001 Murphy, Donald 1967, 68, 69 Murphy, Merritt 1900 Murphy, Peter 1907, 08, 11 Murray, Jack 1937, 38, 39 Muschinske, Bruce 1977 Musha, Mike 1968, 69 Musso, Leo 2013, 14, 15, 16 Myers, Bobby 1996, 97, 98, 99 N Nagy, Bill 2007, 08, 10 Namnick, Steve 1978 Nault, Jeffrey 1981, 82 Neal, Josh 2005, 06, 07, 08 Neal, Marvin 1979, 80, 81, 83 Negus, Fred 1942, 46 Nellen, James 1934, 35 Nellis, Joel 2005 Nelson, Gordon 1920, 21 Nelson, Oscar 1893, 94, 96 Nelson, Parnell 1931 Nelson, Paul 1923, 24, 25 Nelson, Robert 1958, 59 Nelson, Robert 1993, 95 Nelson, Scott 1990, 91, 92, 93 Nelson, Todd 1986, 87, 88 Nena, Gerald 1960 Nettesheim, Dave 1945 Nettles, James 1961, 62, 63 Nettles, Josh 2006, 07 Neuser, Mark 2001 Neuville, Zander 2015, 16 Newell, Robert 1987, 88, 89, 90 Newkirk, Mike 2005, 06, 07, 08 Nichols, Thomas 1922, 23, 24 Nicolazzi, Richard 1957 Nieforth, Fred 2003 Nines, Richard 1945 Ninneman, Jacob 2013 Nordwig, Todd 1971 Nortman, Brad 2008, 09, 10, 11 Norvell, Aaron 1989, 90, 91, 92 Norvell, Merritt 1960, 61, 62 Norwick, Joseph 1974, 75 Nosbusch, Keith 1970, 71, 72 Novak, Clarence 1972, 73, 74 Nowak, James 1967, 69 Nowka, Pete 1985, 86, 87, 88 Null, Robert 1934, 35 Nyquist, Matt 1992, 93, 94, 95 Nzegwu, Louis 2008, 09, 10, 11

207 O O Brien, Danny 2012 O Brien, George 1950, 51, 52 O Brien, John 1902, 04 O Brien, John P. 1936, 37, 38 O Dea, Pat 1896, 97, 98, 99 O Donahue, Pat 1949, 50, 51 O Donnell, Jody 1979, 80, 81, 82 O Neill, Conor 2010, 11, 12, 13 O Neill, Ed 1947 Obasih, Chikwe 2014, 15, 16 Odomes, Nate 1984, 85, 86 Offor, Chukwuma 2009, 11 Ofstie, Harold 1911, 12, 13 Oglesby, Josh 2008, 09, 10, 11 Ogunbowale, Dare 2013, 14, 15, 16 Olsen, Harold 1916 Olshanski, Hank 1947 Olson, William 1917 Oman, Tury 1928, 29, 30 Onstad, Erick 1891 Orlando, Todd 1991, 92, 93 Orlich, Dan 1945 Orr, Chris 2015 Orr, Jonathan 2002, 03, 04, 05 Orszula, Mark 1979, 80 Osswald, Chris 1981, 83, 84 Osthoff, Oscar 1907, 08, 09 Ostrowski, Justin 2004, 05, 07 Otterback, Hal 1946, 47, 48, 49 Otto, Tim 1988 Owens, Fred 1987, 88, 89 P Paar, Ronald 1962, 63 Pacetti, Mario 1932, 33, 34 Pacetti, Nello 1929, 31, 32 Paciotti, Tony 2001, 02, 03, 04 Pagel, John 1972 Palermo, Jason 2003, 04, 05 Panos, George 2015 Panos, Joe 1991, 92, 93 Parish, Forest 1948 Parish, Steven 1979 Parks, John 1927, 28, 29 Partington, Paul 1986, 87, 88 Paskvan, George 1938, 39, 40 Passini, Mike 1971, 72 Patterson, Brian 1993, 94 Patterson, Jeremy 2015, 16 Paul, Herbert 1937 Peabody, Alvin 1972, 73, 74 Peak, Vern 1935, 36, 37 Pearce, James 1967 Pearse, Benjamin 1922 Pearson, Bret 1981, 82, 83, 84 Peavy, Jazz 2015, 16 Peck, Dave 2006, 07, 08 Penniston, Kyle 2016 Pedersen, Jacob 2010, 11, 12, 13 Peele, H.J. 1896, 97, 99 Peniel, Jean 2011 Peprah, Josh 2010, 12 Perkins, Ron 1958, 59, 60 Perrin, Jon 2007, 08, 09, 10 Perry, C.S. 1903, 04 Peters, Kenton 1951, 52 Peters, Shawn 1988 Peters, Thomas 1955, 57 Peterson, Clarence 1936 Peterson, Donald 1939, 40 Peterson, H Peterson, Keith 1985, 86, 88 Peterson, Marv 1932, 33 Peterson, Phillip 1966 Peterson, Robert 1939 Petruska, Robert 1948, 49, 50 Pettus, Jerone 2001, 02, 03 Phillip, Clifford 1940 Phillips, Curt 2009, 12,13 Pickens, Robert 1963 Pierce, Brad 1983, 84 Pierce, Brady 1988, 89, 90 Pierce, Maurice 1910, 11 Pike, Harry 1933 Pillath, Roger 1961, 62, 63 Pinnow, Gary 1964, 65 Pinnow, John 1946, 47, 48 Piper, Robert 1943 Piraino, Albert 1964 Pisetsky, Vitaly 1997, 98, 99, 00 Pittleman, Irving 1944 Pizer, Gordon 1934 Pleasant, Aubrey 2005, 07, 08 Pluff, Gary 1968 Pociask, Jason 2002, 03, 04, 05 Pohl, Neil 1934, 36, 37 Poindexter, William 1970, 71 Polaski, Steve 1922, 24, 25 Polczinski, Nick 1989, 90 Pollard, Ronnie 1973, 74, 75, 76 Pollex, Eric 1995 Pollock, Chester 1911 Ponio, Jerry 2012 Pophal, Raymond 1944 Popp, Anton 1935 Porett, Leo 1933 Pottinger, Earl 1945 Powell, Thomas 1912 Powell, Walter 1912, 13 Prael, F.W Prather, Eric 2007, 08 Pratt, George 1998, 99 Pratt, Sylas 1993, 94 Prchlik, Arthur 1951, 52 Pressley, Chris 2005, 07, 08 Price, Art 1983, 84 Price, Arthur 1928 Price, Edgar 1944, 47, 48 Price, J Price, William 1949 Prins, Richard 1943 Proctor, Thomas 1952 Propsom, Michael 1969 Prusinski, Michael 1976 Purnell, James 1961, 62, 63 Pyre, J.F.A. 1891, 95, 96 Q Quaerna, Arnold WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK R Rabach, Casey 1997, 98, 99, 00 Rabas, Greg 1980, 81 Rabas, Thomas 1955 Radcliffe, Robert 1948, 49, 50 Raddatz, Craig 1983, 84, 85, 86 Rader, Mike 1994, 95, 96 Radke, Fred 1925 Rafko, Nick 1990, 91, 92, 93 Raiola, Donovan 2002, 03, 04, 05 Ramczyk, Ryan 2016 Ramesh, Austin 2014, 15, 16 Ramlow, Richard 1943 Rand, Garrett 2016 Randle El, Marcus 2004, 05, 07 Rapps, David 1988, 89, 90 Rasmussen, Jeff 1991, 92 Rasmussen, John 1974, 75, 76 Rau, Harold 1914, 15 Ray, Bob 1940, 41, 42 Raymer, Cory 1991, 92, 93, 94 Reber, Thomas 1980 Rebholz, Harold 1927, 28, 29 Rebholz, Harold Jr Rebholz, Russ 1930, 31 Reddick, Melvin 1967, 68, 69 Reese, Dwight 1991, 92 Regan, Jim 1942 Reich, Robert 1943 Reichardt, Rick 1962, 63 Reid, Michael 1983, 84, 85, 86 Reimer, John 1974, 75 Reineck, Gary 1966, 67, 68 Reinke, James 1954, 55, 56 Reise, Steven 1973 Relich, Daniel 1976, 77, 78 Remp, R.W. 1903, 04 Rendtorff, Edmund 1893 Rennebohm, Robert 1946, 47 Rentmeester, Bill 2005, 06, 07, 08 Retzlaff, Dague 1997, 98, 99, 00 Reynard, T.J Rhodes, Rodney 1972, 73 Rhymes, John 1993 Rice, Eric 1964, 65, 66 Richards, John 1892, 93, 94, 95 Richards, Marshall 1980 Richardson, Charles 1972 Richardson, Curtis 1980, 81 Richardson, Seth 1900 Richter, Bob 1964, 65, 66 Richter, Pat 1960, 61, 62 Ridlon, Walter 1966, 67 Rieger, Harry 1914, 15 Riewer, Frank 1941 Ring-Noonan, Coddye 2011 Riordan, James 1937 Riordan, J.P. 1895, 96, 97, 00 Risse, Charlie 2009, 10, 11, 12 Risse, Jake 2011, 12 Ritcherson, Lewis 1969 Roan, Michael 1991, 92, 93, 94 Roberson, Royce 1994, 95 Roberts, George 1941 Roberts, Jacques 1968 Roberts, John 1940, 42 Roberts, Ronald 1953 Robertson, Arthur

208 Robinson, Bradbury 1903 Robinson, Rafael 1988, 89, 90, 91 Rodgers, James 1957 Rodriguez, Joe 1976, 77 Roedel, John 1965 Roell, Rob 1997, 98, 99 Rogenski, Theodore 1960 Rogers, C Rogers, Harlan 1906, 07, 08 Rogers, James 1959 Rogers, Roderick 2003, 04, 05, 06 Rohde, John 1994 Rohde, Kevin 1982, 83 Rooney, Harold 1941 Root, Greg 2003, 04 Rosandich, Ron 1955 Rose, Eugene 1926, 27, 28 Rose, Randy 1974, 75, 76 Roseth, Leonard 1905, 09 Rosga, Tim 1996, 97, 98, 99 Rosowski, P.J. 2015, 16 Ross, James 1985, 86, 87, 88 Ross, John 1933 Rothbauer, Joe 1978, 79, 80 Rouse, Kevin 2010 Rowan, Dwyon 2005, 06 Rowan, Levonne 2002, 03, 04, 05 Rowe, Charles 1943 Royston, Kim 2006, 07 Rudat, Karl 1967, 68 Rudolph, Joe 1992, 93, 94 Ruechel, Ben 2014 Ruetz, Howard 1978, 79, 80 Rushing, George 2014, 15, 16 Russell, Jack 2012, 13, 15 Russell, James 1992 Russo, Greg 2011 Rustman, Karl 1947, 48 Rutenberg, Bill 1980 Rutenberg, William 1952 Rux, Steve 1986, 87 Ryan, John 1966, 67, 68 Ryan, John E. 1893, 94, 96, 97 S Sachen, Michael 1964, 65 Sachtjen, Kenneth 1948, 49, 50 Safranek, Randy 1972 Sagapolu, Olive 2015, 16 Saleh, Tarek 1993, 94, 95, 96 Salen, Gregory 1973 Salmons, David 1968 Samp, Edward 1910, 11, 12 Samuel, Mike 1995, 96, 97, 98 Sanders, Dontez 2002, 03, 04, 05 Sanders, Krenwick 2014 Sanger, Art 1972, 73, 74 Sanger, Carl 1933 Sanger, Fred 1925 Sauter, Kendall 1939 Savage, Corey 1981 Sawicki, Mark 1978 Schabert, Matt 2001, 02, 03 Schade, Donald 1959, 60, 61 Schaefer, Jerry 1948, 49 Schaffner, Donald 1966, 68 Scheid, Terry 1970 Schenk, James 1961, Schernecker, Edward 1922 Schick, Jason 1999, 00, 01 Schick, William 1983, 84, 85 Schieble, Dan 1976, 77, 78 Schiller, Robert 1931, 32, 33 Schinke, Thomas 1965, 66, 67 Schleisner, Bill 1950, 51 Schlicht, Bob 1971 Schlicht, Kurt 1983 Schliksbier, Karel 1975 Schmidt, Edward 1914 Schmidt, Logan 2015 Schmidt, Rudy 1968, 69 Schmitsch, Richard 1966, 67 Schmitz, Bill 1937, 38, 39 Schneck, Dan 1995 Schneck, Mike 1996, 97, 98 Schneider, Alfred 1923 Schneider, James 1969 Schneider, Paul 1992 Schneider, W.H Schneller, John 1930, 31, 32 Schnetzky, Rick 1993, 94 Schobert, Joe 2012, 13, 14, 15 Schoeffel, Kevin 2008, 09, 10 Schoessow, Wally 1966, 67, 68 Schofield, Harvey 1902, 03 Schofield, O Brien 2007, 08, 09 Schoonover, Alan 1957, 59 Schrader, David 1970, 72 Schreiber, William 1900, 01 Schreiner, Dave 1940, 41, 42 Schremp, Thomas 1977, 78, 79 Schroeder, Daniel 1973 Schuelke, Karl 1933, 34, 38 Schuette, Paul 1926 Schwartz, John 1944 Schwarze, Herbert 1924 Schymanski, James 1971, 72, 73 Scott, Ralph 1917, 19, 20 Scribner, Charles 1907, 08 Seamonson, Al 1980, 81 Searcy, Henry 1990, 91, 92, 93 Seelinger, Len 1941, 42 Seifert, Michael 1971, 72, 73 Seis, Dean 1980 Self, Clarence 1943, 46, 47, 48 Senczyszyn, David 1990 Senn, Ed 1980 Senn, George 1898, 99, 00, 01 Severson, Peter 1981, 82 Shackerford, Lamark 1990, 91, 92, 93 Shafer, Allan 1944 Sharp, Duer 1988, 89, 90, 91 Sharron, Scott 1985 Shaughnessy, Matt 2005, 06, 07, 08 Shaw, Bradrick 2016 Shea, Bob 1945, 47, 48 Sheehan, William 1929 Sheehy, Conor 2014, 15, 16 Sheldon, Walter 1889, 92, 95, 96 Shelton, Rodney 1991 Shelton, Sojourn 2013, 14, 15, 16 Sherer, Dustin 2008, 09 Shinnick, Thomas 1968, 69, 71 Shoemaker, Lawrence 1927, 29 Shong, A.C Shorney, Gordon 1919 Shumate, Mark 1979, 80, 81, Shwaiko, Paul 1952, 54, 55, 58 Sibley, Joe 2007 Sigmund, John 1997, 98, 99, 00 Silverwood, T.P. 1895, 96 Silvestri, Carl 1962, 63, 64 Simala, Jay 1992 Simcic, John 1948, 49, 50 Simkowski, George 1950, 51, 52 Simmons, Douglas 1930, 31 Simmons, Haywood 1994, 95 Simmons, Ken 1973, 74, 75 Simmons, Ryan 2000, 01, 02 Simmons, Tony 1994, 95, 96, 97 Simonson, Richard 1956 Simpson, Ebert 1915, 16, 17 Simpson, George 1915 Sims, Clint 1979, 80, 81, 82 Sims, Darryl 1980, 81, 82, 84 Sivyer, Benjamin 1917 Sklare, Scott 1975 Skow, Emil 1900, 01 Skrzypchak, Eric 1996, 97, 98 Slaughter, B.K Smith, Brian 1982 Smith, Chuck 1999, 00, 01 Smith, Devin 2008, 09, 10, 12 Smith, Dwayne 2002, 03 Smith, Frederick 1918, 19 Smith, Harold C. 1928, 32, 33 Smith, Harold, F. 1929, 30, 31 Smith, Jerome 1950, 51 Smith, John B. 1972, 73 Smith, John H. 1967, 68 Smith, Lance 2006, 07 Smith, Leonard 1922 Smith, Lewis 1927, 28, 29 Smith, Lynwood 1914, 15 Smith, Jerron 2001 Smith, Ronald 1962, 63, 64 Smith, William 1961, 62, 63 Smolich, Michael 1970, 71 Snell, Ray 1977, 78, 79 Snell, Robert 1968 Sobocinski, Phil 1964, 65, 66 Solwold, Mike 1997, 99, 00 Sondrup, Ryan 1995, 96, 97 Sorensen, Blake 2007, 08, 09, 10 Sorgi, Jim 2000, 01, 02, 03 Soukop, Rudolph 1906, 07 Southward, Dezmen 2010, 11, 12, 13 Souza, Wayne 1977, 78 Spaeth, Tony 1989, 90, 91, 92 Sparger, David 1985, 86 Speigelhoff, Joe 2010, 11, 12 Spiegelhoff, Nick 2012 Spencer, Troy 1985 Spiller, Rod 1993, 94, 95, 96 Sprague, Charles 1958 Sprague, Jake 1998, 99, 00, 02 Springer, Ernest 1906, 08 Spurlin, Larry 1979, 80, 81 Staiger, David 1949, 50 Stalcup, Jerry 1957, 58, 59 Staley, Ronald 1960, 61 Standring, Paul 2007 Stangel, C.G Stanger, Dirk 1996 Stanley, Booker 2003, 04, 05 Stanley, Henry 1935

209 Starch, Ken 1973, 74, 75 Stark, Harold 1917 Stark, Howard 1919, 20 Stark, Steve 1992, 93, 94, 95 Starks, Scott 2001, 02, 03, 04 Stassi, Mike 1982 Stauss, Tom 1977, 78, 79 Stave, Joel 2012, 13, 14, 15 Stavrum, Edwin 1913, 14, 15 Stecker, Aaron 1995, 96 Steffen, Joe 1996 Steffes, Eric 2013, 14, 15, 16 Stehle, Jeff 2007, 08, 09 Stein, Jeffrey 1987 Steiner, Ronald 1957, 58, 59 Steiner, Rudy 1971, 72 Steinmetz, George 1950, 51, 52 Stejskal, Dennis 1975, 76, 77 Stellick, Jack 1955 Stellmacher, Joe 2003, 04, 05, 06 Stemke, Kevin 1997, 98, 99, 00 Stensby, Clarence 1951, 52, 53, 54 Stephenson, Dennis 1969, 70 Steverson, Ron 1980, 81 Stewart, Jon 1973 Stiehm, Ewald 1906, 07, 08 Stieve, Terry 1973, 74, 75 Stills, Ken 1983, 84 Stipek, Ray 1923, 24, 25 St. Jean, Culmer 2007, 08, 09, 10 Stocco, John 2003, 04, 05, 06 Storck, Robert 1970, 71, 72 Stout, Ward 1930, 31 Stracka, Tim 1978, 79, 80, 82 Strain, Clair 1931, 32, 34 Straubel, Austin 1924, 25, 26 Straus, Derek 2012, 13, 14, 15 Street, Lester 1896 Strehlow, Rollie 1949, 50, 51 Strickland, Ben 2004, 05, 06, 07 Striefel, Rick 1986 Stroede, Terrence 1978, 79 Strongquist, Luther 1904 Strop, Todd 1989, 91 Stupka, Bob 1942 Subach, Mark 1980, 81, 82 Suits, William 1960 Suminski, David 1950, 51, 52 Sumner, Louis 1889, 91, 92 Sundt, Guy 1918, 19, 20, 21 Surber, Gordon 1947 Suttle, Jason 1994, 95, 96, 97 Swalve, Gary 1966, 67, 68 Swan, Luke 2005, 06, 07 Swan, Scott 1981 Swiderski, Edward 1930 Swopes, Aaron 1987 Sydnor, Eric 1985, 86 Sydnor, Raymond 1978, 79 Sykes, Robert 1922, 27 T Taft, Merrill 1922, 23 Tams, Mike 1989, 90 Tandberg, Alvin 1911, 12, 13 Tansor, Dave 1986 Tarrell, Lucius 1904, 05 Tarzetti, Kenneth 1944 Taulien, John 1985 Tauscher, Mark 1997, 98, 99 Taylor, A.J Taylor, George 1913, 14 Taylor, Glenn 1915, 16 Taylor, John 1919 Taylor, Leonard 1995, 96, 97, 98 Taylor, Mike 2009, 10, 11, 12 Taylor, Robert 1982, 84, 85, 86 Teague, Robert 1949 Tebell, Gustaf 1920, 21, 22 Teckemeyer, Oscar 1923, 24 Teets, Richard 1985, 86 Temp, James 1952, 53, 54 Tennant, John 1938, 39, 40 Terrell, Melvin 1980, 84 Teteak, Richard 1956, 57, 58 Theus, Elijah 2008, 09 Thiele, R.C Thomas, Charles 1954, 55 Thomas, Greg 1987, 88, 89, 90 Thomas, Joe 2003, 04, 05, 06 Thomas, Vaughn 1979, 80, 81, 82 Thompson, Alan 1969, 70, 71 Thompson, Bryson 1998, 99, 00, 01 Thompson, Donnel 1996, 97, 98, 99 Thompson, George 1895 Thompson, Jerry 1944, 45 Thompson, Jim 1945, 46 Thompson, Mike 1991, 92, 93, 94 Thompson, Patrick 1990, 91, 92 Thompson, Rich 1988, 89, 90, 91, 92 Thornally, Dick 1940, 41, 42 Thurner, George 1930, 31, 32 Tice, Nate 2011 Tietz, John 1966, 67 Timbers, Kareem 2001, 02, 03 Tindal, Derrick 2014, 15, 16 Tobias, Dave 1930, 31, 32 Todd, Wayne 1966, 67, 68 Toepfer, Jim 1947 Tolzien, Scott 2009, 10 Tommerson, Clarence 1934, 35, 36 Tompkins, Reginald 1985, 86 Toon, Al 1982, 83, 84 Toon, Nick 2008, 09, 10, 11 Torian, Reggie 1994, 95 Tormey, Albert 1912, 13 Tormey, Thomas 1900 Tornow, Elmer 1938, 39 Torpfer, Jim 1947 Tratt, Paul 1897, 98, 99, 00 Tratt, W.F Trautman, George 1894, 95 Trautman, H Traylor, Austin 2012, 13, 14, 15 Trezy, Serge 2015, 16 Triplett, Delta 1997 Trotta, Lee 1968 Trotter, Marcus 2012, 13, 14 Trotter, Michael 2011, 12, 13, 14 Tucker, B.J. 1999, 00, 01, 02 Tucker, Melvin 1990, 91, 92, 94 Tucker, Rob 2002 Turk, Daniel 1983, 84 Turner, Mickey 2006, 07, 08, 09 Turturro, Ralph WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK U Underwood, Pete 1987 Udelhoven, Connor 2013, 14, 15, 16 Underwood, Steven 1960, 61, 62 Unertl, Matt 1998, 99, 00 Unverzagt, Eric 1991, 93, 94, 95 Urbik, Kraig 2005, 06, 07, 08 Ursin, Donald 1952, 53, 54 Usher, Edison 1918 V Valai, Jay 2007, 08, 09, 10 Vance, Jerry 1980, 81 VandenBoom, Matt 1980, 81, 82 Vanderboom, E.J. 1902, 03, 04, 05 Vanderhoof, William 1950 Vander Kelen, Ron 1962 VanderVelden, Donald 1960, 61 Vanderveldt, Jamie 1993, 94, 95, 96 VandeZande, Chad 1985, 86, 87, 88 VanGent, Conrad 1911, 13 Vanden Huevel, Eric 2005, 06, 07, 08 VanRiper, John 1911, 12 VanRoo, Todd 1992 Van Someren, Mike 2006 Vaughn, Harold 1917 Veit, Sam 1991, 92, 93, 94 Veith, Steven 1977, 78, 79 Vergetis, Gus 1953 Vernon, Calvin 1948 Versnik, Ron 1980, 81, 82 Verstegen, Mike 1991, 92, 93, 94 Vesel, Charles 1960 Vesperman, Michael 1973, 74 Vincent, Troy 1988, 89, 90, 91 Vinci, Steven 1986, 87, 88 Vine, Jeffrey 1976, 77, 78, 79 Vogds, Evan 1941, 42 Vogt, Hugo 1943 Voigt, Stuart 1967, 68, 69 Voltz, Dan 2013, 14, 15 VonBremer, George 1925, 26, 27 VonHeimburg, Ernest 1962, 64 Vos, Max 2012 Voss, Donald 1951, 52 Vranesh, George 1941 W Waerig, John 1995, 96 Wagner, Chris 2000 Wagner, Jeffrey 1985, 86, 88 Wagner, John 1977 Wagner, Rick 2009, 10, 11, 12 Wagner, Robert 1978 Wagner, Rube 1926, 27, 28 Wagner, Scott 1996, 97 Wagner, Steve 1973, 74, 75 Waisanen, Erik 1998 Walgenbach, Gene 1941 Walker, Albert 1957 Walker, Averick 1983, 84 Walker, Carlton 1980, 81 Walker, David 1891, 92 Walker, Elbert 1969, 70, 71 Walker, Jamil 2005, 06, 07 Walker, Melvin

210 Walsh, Jeffrey 1977 Walter, Ted 1980 Ware, Tim 1989, 90, 91, 92 Ware, Kurt 2005, 06, 07 Warren, Ebert 1927, 28, 29 Wartinbee, Bob 1948 Washburn, Cliff 1943 Washer, Charles 1903 Washington, Jakarrie 2013 Washington, Lee 1976, 77 Washington, Shadrick 1997 Washington, Selvie 1973, 74 Wasikowski, Paul 1978 Wasserbach, Lloyd 1940, 41, 42 Watkins, LaMarr 2002, 03, 05 Watrud, James 1977 Watson, Stephen 2001 Watt, Derek 2012, 13, 14, 15 Watt, J.J. 2009, 10 Watt, T.J. 2015, 16 Watters, Philip 1986 Weber, Bernard 1943, 44 Webster, Michael 1971, 72, 73 Weems, Cyril 1993, 94, 95, 96 Wegner, Edmund 1938, 39, 40 Weigandt, Bob 1937, 38 Weiger, Ralph 1943 Weininger, Andrew 2005, 06, 07 Weimar, Albert 1913, 14, 15 Weiske, Bob 1944, 47, 48 Weiss, Howard 1936, 37, 38 Welch, George 1977, 78, 79 Welch, Gerald 1957 Welch, Myron 1926, 27 Welch, Philip 2008, 09, 10, 11 Welsh, Jonathan 2001, 02, 03, 04 Wernicke, C.F.G Wescott, Ward 1901 Wesley, James 1971, 72 Westedt, Paul 1933 Weston, Frank 1917, 19, 20 Westphal, John 1980, 81 Weyker, Jeff 1988 Whalen, Jake 2016 Wheeler, Mark 1984 Wheeler, Sam 1965, 66, 67 Wheelwright, Robert 2013, 14, 15, 16 White, Brandon 2002, 03, 04, 05 White, James 2010, 11, 12, 13 White, Jeff 1974 White, Johnny 2004, 05, 06 White, LaMarr 1987, 88, 89, 90 White, Marcus 1997 Whitmore, Alba 1907 Whitmore, Joseph 1907 Whittaker, Elmer 1906, 07, 09 Whittaker, Terry 1969, 70, 71 Whyte, Conroy 1999, 00 Wielebski, T.J Wiener, M.R Wiesner, Tom 1958, 59, 60 Wilce, John 1907, 08, 09 Wilder, Lee 1969, 70 Wilke, Earl 1925, 26 Willding, Robert 1939, 40 Wille, Scott 2001 Williams, Bill 1986, 87, 88, 90 Williams, Brandon 1996, 97, 98 Williams, Brandon 2002, 03, 04, Williams, Broderick 2000, 01, 02 Williams, Charles 1996, 97 Williams, Dean 1893 Williams, Edward 1923 Williams, John 1979, 80, 81, 82 Williams, John L Williams, Robert 1985, 87 Williams, Robert 1989, 90, 91 Williams, Roland 1920, 21, 23 Williams, Sid 1956, 57, 58 Williams, Stanley 1972, 73, 74 Williams, Tony 1996, 97, 98 Williams, Walker 2014, 15 Willson, Milo 1932 Wilmarth, George 1899 Wilson, Glen 1953, 54 Wilson, J. Donald 1935 Wilson, J. Robert 1925, 26, 27 Wilson, Robert 1946, 47, 48, 49 Wilson, Russell 2011 Wilson, Sean 1989, 90 Wimmer, Hugo 1952 Wimmer, James 1930 Wimpress, James 1974 Winckler, Bob 1979, 80, 81, 82 Windward, Erwin 1935, 36 Winfrey, Carl 1968, 69, 70 Wings, David 1985, 86, 87, 88 Wink, Jack 1942, 46, 47 Winslow, George 1982, 83 Wirth, Jeff 1990, 91, 92, 93 Withers, Ed 1949, 50, 51 Witkus, Douglas 1976, 77 Witt, Gerald 1951, 52, 53 Wittig, Richard 1961 Woicek, Scott 2011 Wojdula, Andy 1961, 62, 63 Wojta, Kyle 2009, 10, 11 Wojtowicz, George 1978 Wolf, Jeffrey 1987, 88 Wood, Jake 2003, 04 Wood, John 1966 Woodford, Bruce 1977 Woodward, Drew 2009 Woods, James 1920, 21 Wozniak, Brian 2010, 11, 12, 13 Wrabetz, Voyta 1903, 04, 05 Wright, James 1935 Wright, Randy 1981, 82, 83 Wuhrman, Jerald 1952, 53 Wunsch, Jerry 1993, 94, 95, 96 Y Yanakos, William 1966, 67, 68 Yarborough, William 1968, 69, 70 Yates, Ronald 1965 Yderstad, Charles 1948, 49, 50 Yeager, Clive 1898, 99 Yentz, Derek, 2006 Yocum, Chad 1991, 92, 93, 95 York, Claude 1938, 39 Young, Richard 1969 Young, Scott 1993, 94, 95 Young, Stephen 1962, 63 Yourg, Daniel Z Zagzebski, Konrad 2012, 13, 14 Zakula, Mark 1972, 73, 74 Zalewski, Mark 2003, 04, 05, 06 Zarling, Talon 2012, 13, 14 Zeisler, George 1906 Zeitler, Kevin 2009, 10, 11 Zeman, Robert 1957, 58, 59 Ziemetz, Arthur 1974 Ziese, Edgar 1927 Zimmerman, John 1973, 74, 75 Zinke, Arthur 1913 Zoelle, Charles 1947 Zouvoas, Peter 1957, 59 Zuleger, Kyle 2010, 11, 12, 13 Zullo, Vince 1991, 92, 93, 94 Zych, Lester 1943

211 Former Badgers in Pro Football The following former Badgers either played or are still active in professional football. These lists were provided by teams from the National Football League, Canadian Football League, World Football League, Arena Football League, United States Football League, United Football League and Arena Football League. Only players officially recognized as rostered professional players by those organizations are listed. Current professionals (as of July 2017) are listed in BOLD. Player Professional Teams Jared Abbrederis Green Bay Packers, Detroit Lions, 2017 Dave Ahrens St. Louis Cardinals, Indianapolis Colts, Detroit Lions, 1988 Miami Dolphins, 1989 Seattle Seahawks, 1990 Art Albrecht Pittsburgh Steelers, 1942 Chicago Cardinals, 1943 Boston Yanks, 1944 Bill Albright New York Giants, Beau Allen Philadelphia Eagles, Alan Ameche Baltimore Colts, Norm Amundsen Green Bay Packers, 1957 Mark Anelli San Francisco 49ers, St. Louis Rams, 2006 John Atwood New York Giants, 1948 Jim Bakken St. Louis Cardinals, Montee Ball Denver Broncos, Travis Beckum New York Giants, Kevin Belcher Los Angeles Raiders, 1985 Denver Broncos, 1987 Chuck Belin Los Angeles Rams, St. Louis Rams, Michael Bennett Minnesota Vikings, Kansas City Chiefs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, San Diego Chargers, Oakland Raiders, 2010 Scott Bergold St. Louis Cardinals, 1985 Lee Bernet Denver Broncos, Matt Bernstein Detroit Lions, 2005 Philadelphia Soul, Erik Bickerstaff Dallas Cowboys, 2003 Vince Biegel Green Bay Packers, 2017 Guy Boliaux Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 1983 Brooks Bollinger New York Jets, Minnesota Vikings, Dallas Cowboys, 2008 Florida Tuskers, Chris Borland San Francisco 49ers, 2014 Kyle Borland Michigan Panthers, New Jersey Generals, 1985 Los Angeles Rams, 1987 Ken Bowman Green Bay Packers, Hawaiians, 1975 Donny Brady Baltimore Ravens, Wendell Bryant Arizona Cardinals, Las Vegas Locomotives, 2009 Omaha Nighthawks, 2010 Howard Buck Green Bay Packers, Dan Buenning Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Bears, 2008 Florida Tuskers, WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Tom Burke Arizona Cardinals, Jason Burns Cincinnati Bengals, 1995 Jake Byrne San Diego Chargers, Houston Texans, 2013 Brian Calhoun Detroit Lions, Len Calligaro New York Giants, LaMar Campbell Detroit Lions, Larry Canada Denver Broncos, , 81 Denver Gold, 1983 Chicago Blitz, Gabe Carimi Chicago Bears, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2013 Atlanta Falcons, Harland Carl Chicago Bears, 1956 Chad Cascadden New York Jets, Jonathan Casillas New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New England Patriots, 2014 New York Giants, Chris Chambers Miami Dolphins, San Diego Chargers, Kansas City Chiefs, John Clay Pittsburgh Steelers, 2011 Corey Clement Philadelphia Eagles, 2017 Jonathan Clinkscale Rhein Fire, 2005 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Orlando Predators, 2008 Jim Cook Green Bay Packers, 1921 Dave Costa San Francisco 49ers, 2001 Pittsburgh Steelers, 2003 Scottish Claymores, 2003 Toronto Argonauts, Ken Criter Denver Broncos, Marcus Cromartie San Diego Chargers, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, 2017 Owen Daniels Houston Texans, Baltimore Ravens, 2014 Denver Broncos, 2015 Don Davey Green Bay Packers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Anthony Davis Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Toronto Argonauts, 2007 Nick Davis Minnesota Vikings, Ralph Davis Green Bay Packers, Joe Dawkins Houston Oilers, Denver Broncos, New York Giants, Houston Oilers, 1976 Ron Dayne New York Giants, Denver Broncos, 2005 Houston Texans, Jim DeLisle Green Bay Packers, 1971 Jeff Dellenbach Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, 1995 Green Bay Packers, Philadelphia Eagles, 1999 Lee DeRamus New Orleans Saints, Glenn Derby New Orleans Saints, John Dittrich St. Louis Cardinals, 1956 Green Bay Packers, 1959 Oakland Raiders, 1960 Buffalo Bills, 1961 Jerry Doerger Chicago Bears, 1982 Chicago Blitz, 1984 Orlando Renegades,

212 Jason Doering Indianapolis Colts, Tom Domres Houston Oilers, Denver Broncos, Tyler Donovan Milwaukee Iron, 2009 Wally Dreyer Chicago Bears, 1949 Green Bay Packers, Mike Echols Tennessee Titans, Bob Eckl Chicago Cardinals, 1945 Ron Egloff Denver Broncos, San Diego Chargers, 1984 Gary Ellerson Green Bay Packers, Detroit Lions, 1987 Larry Emery Atlanta Falcons, 1987 Derek Engler New York Giants, Alex Erickson Cincinnati Bengals, Clarence Esser Chicago Cardinals, 1947 Lee Evans Buffalo Bills, Baltimore Ravens, 2011 Bradie Ewing Atlanta Falcons, Jacksonville Jaguars, 2014 Tom Farris Chicago Bears, Hal Faverty Green Bay Packers, 1952 Rufus Ferguson Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 1973 Portland Storm, Bill Ferrario Green Bay Packers, Jamar Fletcher Miami Dolphins, San Diego Chargers, Detroit Lions, 2006 Houston Texans, Cincinnati Bengals, 2008 Terrell Fletcher San Diego Chargers, Carlos Fowler Toronto Argonauts, Houston Thunder Bears, 1996 England Monarchs, 1998 Los Angeles Avengers, 2004 Jim Fraser Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, 1965 New England Patriots, 1966 New Orleans Saints, 1968 Travis Frederick Dallas Cowboys, Milt Gantenbein Green Bay Packers, Milt Gardner Green Bay Packers, Aaron Gibson Detroit Lions, Dallas Cowboys, Chicago Bears, Austin Wranglers, Cleveland Gladiators, 2008 David Gilreath Indianapolis Colts, 2011 St. Louis Rams, 2011 Pittsburgh Steelers, 2012 Earl Girard Green Bay Packers, Detroit Lions, Pittsburgh Steelers, 1957 Charles Goldenberg Green Bay Packers, Melvin Gordon Los Angeles Chargers, Rick Graf Miami Dolphins, Houston Oilers, Washington Redskins, 1993 Neil Graff New England Patriots, Seattle Seahawks, 1976 Pittsburgh Steelers, Garrett Graham Houston Texans, David Greenwood Michigan Panthers, Oakland Invaders, 1985 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 1985 Green Bay Packers, 1986 Los Angeles Raiders, 1988 Bill Gregory Dallas Cowboys, Seattle Seahawks, Nick Greisen New York Giants, Jacksonville Jaguars, Baltimore Ravens, 2008 Denver Broncos 2009 Omaha Nighthawks, 2010 Ryan Groy Chicago Bears, Buffalo Bills, Paul Gruber Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Dale Hackbart Green Bay Packers, 1960 Washington Redskins, Minnesota Vikings, St. Louis Cardinals, Denver Broncos, 1973 John Hall New York Jets, Washington Redskins, Jim Haluska Chicago Bears, 1956 Pat Harder Chicago Cardinals, Detroit Lions, John Harris Green Bay Packers, Marck Harrison Orlando Renegades, Edgerton Hartwell Baltimore Ravens, Atlanta Falcons, Cincinnati Bengals, 2007 Rob Havenstein Los Angeles Rams, Anttaj Hawthorne Oakland Raiders, Arizona Rattlers, 2008, Nick Hayden Carolina Panthers, Cincinnati Bengals, Dallas Cowboys, Donald Hayes Carolina Panthers, New England Patriots, 2002 Ethan Hemer Pittsburgh Steelers, P.J. Hill New Orleans Saints, 2009, 2010 Philadelphia Eagles, 2009 Washington Redskins, 2009 Darius Hillary Cincinnati Bengals, 2016 Cleveland Browns, 2017 Elroy Hirsch Los Angeles Rams, John Hohman Denver Broncos, Bart Houston Pittsburgh Steelers, 2017 Paul Hubbard Cleveland Browns, 2008 Oakland Raiders, 2009 Buffalo Bills, 2010 Craig Hudson Green Bay Packers, 1990 Ken Huxhold Philadelphia Eagles, Jack Ikegwuonu Philadelphia Eagles, Erasmus James Minnesota Vikings, Washington Redskins, 2008 Chris Janek New Jersey Gladiators, 2002 Colorado Crush, 2003 Indiana Firebirds, 2004 Columbus Destroyers, Utah Blaze, Ed Jankowski Green Bay Packers, Jason Jefferson Buffalo Bills, Atlanta Falcons, 2008 Al Johnson Dallas Cowboys, Arizona Cardinals, 2007 Lawrence Johnson Cleveland Browns, Buffalo Bills, Richard Johnson Houston Oilers, Shelton Johnson Oakland Raiders, Jimmy Jones Chicago Bears, Denver Broncos, 1968 Tim Jordan New England Patriots, Matt Katula Baltimore Ravens, New England Patrios, 2010 Minnesota Vikings,

213 Lance Kendricks St. Louis Rams, Green Bay Packers, 2017 Don Kindt Chicago Bears, Roger Knight New Orleans Saints, Dave Kocourek San Diego Chargers, Miami Dolphins, 1966 Oakland Raiders, Ross Kolodziej New York Giants, 2001 San Francisco 49ers, 2003 Arizona Cardinals, Minnesota Vikings, 2006 Arizona Cardinals, 2007 Las Vegas Locomotives, Bob Konovsky St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Bears, 1960 Denver Broncos, 1961 Peter Konz Atlanta Falcons, Joe Kresky Green Bay Packers, 1930 Washington Redskins, 1932 Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, 1935 Gary Kroner Denver Broncos, Tim Krumrie Cincinnati Bengals, Ralph Kurek Chicago Bears, Bob Landsee Philadelphia Eagles, Dan Lanphear Houston Oilers, 1960, 62 Wes Leaper Green Bay Packers, 1921, 23 Jim Leonhard Buffalo Bills, , 13 Baltimore Ravens, 2008 New York Jets, Denver Broncos, 2012 Dave Levenick Atlanta Falcons, DeAndre Levy Detroit Lions, Alex Lewis Detroit Lions, Omaha Nighthawks, 2010 Danny Lewis Detroit Lions, Washington Redskins, 1965 New York Giants, 1966 Dennis Lick Chicago Bears, Dick Loepfe Chicago Cardinals, Mike London San Diego Chargers, 1966 Jason Maniecki Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Von Mansfield Philadelphia Eagles, 1982 Michigan Panthers, 1984 Birmingham Stallions, 1985 Green Bay Packers, 1987 Chris Maragos San Francisco 49ers, 2010 Seattle Seahawks, Philadelphia Eagles, Cecil Martin Philadelphia Eagles, Tyler Marz Tennessee Titans, Ira Matthews Oakland Raiders, Earl Maves Detroit Lions, 1948 Tom McCauley Atlanta Falcons, Tanner McEvoy Seattle Seahawks, Thad McFadden Birmingham Stallions, Buffalo Bills, 1987 Chris McIntosh Seattle Seahawks, Jack Mead New York Giants, Taylor Mehlhaff New Orleans Saints, 2008 Hartford Colonials, 2010 Jim Melka Green Bay Packers, 1987 Ahmad Merritt Chicago Bears, Larry Mialik Atlanta Falcons, San Diego Chargers, 1976 Don Miller Green Bay Packers, Ron Miller Los Angeles Rams, 1962 John Moffitt Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos, 2013 Pete Monty New York Giants, Mike Morgan Chicago Bears, Emmett Mortell Philadelphia Eagles, Brent Moss St. Louis Rams, 1995 Don Murry Chicago Bears, Bobby Myers Tennessee Titans, Bill Nagy Dallas Cowboys, 2011 Detroit Lions, 2012 Fred Negus Chicago Bears, 1950 Jim Nettles Philadelphia Eagles, Los Angeles Rams, Mike Newkirk Chicago Rush, 2010 Brad Nortman Carolina Panthers, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jack Novak Cincinnati Bengals, 1975 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Nate Odomes Buffalo Bills, Seattle Seahawks, Pat O Donahue San Francisco 49ers, 1952 Green Bay Packers, 1955 Dare Ogunbowale Houston Texans, 2017 Jonathan Orr Tennessee Titans, Joe Panos Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills, George Paskvan Green Bay Packers, 1941 Phillip Peterson Green Bay Packers, 1932 Roger Pillath Los Angeles Rams, 1965 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1966 Jason Pociask New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2008 Indianapolis Colts, 2009 Carolina Panthers, 2009 Seattle Seahawks, 2009 Chris Pressley Cincy Bengals, 2009, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, James Purnell Chicago Bears, Los Angeles Rams, Casey Rabach Baltimore Ravens, Washington Redskins, Donovan Raiola Amsterdam Admirals, 2007 St. Louis Rams, 2008 Chicago Bears, 2009 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2010 Omaha Nighthawks, 2010 Ryan Ramczyk New Orleans Saints, 2017 Cory Raymer Washington Redskins, , San Diego Chargers, Michael Reid Atlanta Falcons, Pat Richter Washington Redskins, Michael Roan Houston Oilers, Tennessee Oilers, Tennessee Titans, Rafael Robinson Seattle Seahawks, Houston Oilers, 1996 Roderick Rogers Denver Broncos, Gene Rose Chicago Cardinals, Gus Rosenow Green Bay Packers, 1921 Levonne Rowan Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 2009 Joe Rudolph Philadelphia Eagles, 1995 San Francisco 49ers, 1997, 99 Tarek Saleh Carolina Panthers, Cleveland Browns, Matt Schabert Milwaukee Iron, 2009 Mike Schneck Pittsburgh Steelers, Buffalo Bills, Atlanta Falcons, John Schneller Detroit Lions, Joe Schobert Cleveland Browns, O Brien Schofield Arizona Cardinals, Seattle Seahawks, Atlanta Falcons, Karl Schuelke Pittsburgh Steelers,

214 Paul Schuette New York Giants, 1928 Chicago Bears, Ralph Scott Chicago Bears, Champ Seibold Green Bay Packers, Mike Seifert Cleveland Browns, 1974 Clarence Self Detroit Lions, Green Bay Packers, 1952, Matt Shaughnessy Oakland Raiders, Arizona Cardinals, Sojourn Shelton Arizona Cardinals, 2017 Mark Shumate Green Bay Packers, 1985 New York Jets, 1985 Carl Silvestri St. Louis Cardinals, 1965 Atlanta Falcons, 1966 Tony Simmons New England Patriots, Cleveland/Indianapolis, 2001 New York Giants, 2002 British Columbia Lions, Darryl Sims Pittsburgh Steelers, Cleveland Browns, Devin Smith Pittsburgh Steelers, Jerry Smith San Francisco 49ers, Green Bay Packers, 1956 Ron Smith Chicago Bears, 1965 Atlanta Falcons, Los Angeles Rams, Chicago Bears, San Diego Chargers, 1973 Oakland Raiders, 1974 Southern California Sun, 1975 Ray Snell Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Pittsburgh Steelers, Detroit Lions, 1985 Phil Sobocinski Atlanta Falcons, 1968 Mike Solwold Dallas Cowboys, 2001 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2002 Jim Sorgi Indianapolis Colts, New York Giants, 2010 Dezmen Southward Atlanta Falcons, Indianapolis Colts, Carolina Panthers, 2017 Jerry Stalcup Los Angeles Rams, 1960 Denver Broncos, Ken Starch Green Bay Packers, 1976 Scott Starks Jacksonville Jaguars, Joel Stave Minnesota Vikings, 2016 Seattle Seahawks, 2016 Kansas City Chiefs, 2017 Aaron Stecker Tampa Bay Buccaneers, New Orleans Saints, Jeff Stehle Denver Broncos, 2010 Kevin Stemke Oakland Raiders, Terry Stieve New Orleans Saints, St. Louis Cardinals, Ken Stills Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, 1990 Tim Stracka Cleveland Browns, Dave Suminski Washington Redskins, 1953 Jason Suttle Denver Broncos, San Francisco 49ers, 2001 Merrill Taft Chicago Bears, 1924 Mark Tauscher Green Bay Packers, Mike Taylor Seattle Seahawks, Jim Temp Green Bay Packers, Deral Teteak Green Bay Packers, Joe Thomas Cleveland Browns, Alan Thompson Philadelphia Bell, Donnel Thompson Pittsburgh Steelers, 2000 Indianapolis Colts, Mike Thompson Cincinnati Bengals, 1998 Cleveland Browns, Scott Tolzien San Francisco 49ers, Green Bay Packers, Indianapolis Colts, Clarence Tommerson Pittsburgh Steelers, Al Toon New York Jets, Nick Toon New Orleans Saints, St. Louis Rams, 2015 Austin Traylor Dallas Cowboys, 2016 San Diego Chargers, 2016 Denver Broncos, 2017 B.J. Tucker Dallas Cowboys, 2003 San Francisco 49ers, B.C. Lions, 2008 Dan Turk Pittsburgh Steelers, 1986 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Los Angeles Raiders, Washington Redskins, Eric Unverzagt Seattle Seahawks, Kraig Urbik Pittsburgh Steelers, 2009 Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, Ron Vander Kelen Minnesota Vikings, Mike Verstegen New Orleans Saints, , 1999 Troy Vincent Miami Dolphins, Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills, Washington Redskins, 2006 Evan Vogds Green Bay Packers, Stu Voigt Minnesota Vikings, Rick Wagner Baltimore Ravens, Detroit Lions, 2017 Steve Wagner Green Bay Packers, Philadelphia Eagles, Derek Watt Los Angeles Chargers, J.J. Watt Houston Texans, T.J. Watt Pittsburgh Steelers, 2017 Mike Webster Pittsburgh Steelers, Kansas City Chiefs, Howard Weiss Detroit Lions, Jonathan Welsh Indianapolis Colts, James White New England Patriots, Brandon Williams San Francisco 49ers, St. Louis Rams, 2007 Dick Williams Green Bay Packers, 1921 John Williams Dallas Cowboys, 1985 Seattle Seahawks, 1985 New Orleans Saints, 1986 Indianapolis Colts, 1987 Russell Wilson Seattle Seahawks, Carl Winfrey Minnesota Vikings, 1971 Pittsburgh Steelers, 1972 Randy Wright Green Bay Packers, Jerry Wunsch Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Seattle Seahawks, Kevin Zeitler Cincinnati Bengals, Cleveland Browns, 2017 Bob Zeman San Diego Chargers, Denver Broncos,

215 NFL Honors Pro Football Hall of Fame Elroy Crazylegs Hirsch Played for Chicago Rockets ( ) and Los Angeles Rams ( )... totaled 387 receptions for 7,029 yards and 60 TDs in career... key part of the Los Angeles Rams revolutionary three-end offense in inducted into Hall of Fame in 1968 Mike Webster Spent career with the Pittsburgh Steelers ( ) and Kansas City Chiefs ( )... played most seasons (15) and games (220) in Steelers history... nine-time Pro Bowl pick, including five as a starter... won four Super Bowls with the Steelers... had a string of 150 consecutive starts between inducted into Hall of Fame in 1997 Super Bowl Following is a list of former Wisconsin players on the rosters of teams that have participated in the Super Bowl: 1967 Ken Bowman, Green Bay* 1968 Ken Bowman, Green Bay* Dave Kocourek, Oakland 1970 Dale Hackbart, Minnesota Stu Voigt, Minnesota 1971 Bill Gregory, Dallas 1972 Bill Gregory, Dallas* 1974 Stu Voigt, Minnesota 1975 Stu Voigt, Minnesota Mike Webster, Pittsburgh* 1976 Mike Webster, Pittsburgh* Bill Gregory, Dallas 1977 Stu Voigt, Minnesota 1978 Larry Canada, Denver Bill Gregory, Dallas* 1979 Mike Webster, Pittsburgh* 1980 Mike Webster, Pittsburgh * 1981 Ira Matthews, Oakland* Steve Wagner, Philadelphia 1985 Jeff Dellenbach, Miami 1989 Tim Krumrie, Cincinnati 1991 Nate Odomes, Buffalo 1992 Nate Odomes, Buffalo 1993 Nate Odomes, Buffalo 1997 Jeff Dellenbach, Green Bay* 1998 Jeff Dellenbach, Green Bay 2000 Michael Roan, Tennessee 2001 Ron Dayne, New York Giants Derek Engler, New York Giants Pete Monty, New York Giants 2003 Aaron Stecker, Tampa Bay* Mike Solwold, Tampa Bay* 2007 Jim Sorgi, Indianapolis* 2010 Jim Sorgi, Indianapolis Jonathan Casillas, New Orleans* 2011 Mark Tauscher, Green Bay* 2012 Travis Beckum, New York Giants* 2013 Scott Tolzien, San Francisco Montee Ball, Denver Chris Maragos, Seattle* O Brien Schofield, Seattle* Russell Wilson, Seattle* 2015 Jonathan Casillas, New England* James White, New England* O Brien Schofield, Seattle Russell Wilson, Seattle 2016 Brad Nortman, Carolina Owen Daniels, Denver* 2017 James White, New England* *won Super Bowl Pro Bowl Following is a list of former Wisconsin players who have been selected for the Pro Bowl: 1939 Milt Gantenbein, Green Bay Charles Goldenberg, Green Bay Eddie Jankowski, Green Bay 1951 Elroy Hirsch, L.A. Rams 1952 Elroy Hirsch, L.A. Rams Deral Teteak, Green Bay 1953 Pat Harder, Detroit Elroy Hirsch, L.A. Rams 1954 Don Kindt, Chicago 1955 Alan Ameche, Baltimore 1956 Alan Ameche, Baltimore Elroy Hirsch, L.A. Rams 1957 Alan Ameche, Baltimore 1958 Alan Ameche, Baltimore 1962 Dave Kocourek, San Diego Bob Zeman, Denver 1965 Jim Bakken, St. Louis 1967 Jim Bakken, St. Louis 1975 Jim Bakken, St. Louis 1976 Jim Bakken, St. Louis 1979 Mike Webster, Pittsburgh 1980 Mike Webster, Pittsburgh 1981 Mike Webster, Pittsburgh 1982 Mike Webster, Pittsburgh 1983 Mike Webster, Pittsburgh 1984 Mike Webster, Pittsburgh 1985 Mike Webster, Pittsburgh 1986 Mike Webster, Pittsburgh Al Toon, New York Jets 1987 Al Toon, New York Jets 1988 Mike Webster, Pittsburgh Tim Krumrie, Cincinnati Al Toon, New York Jets 1989 Paul Gruber, Tampa Bay Tim Krumrie, Cincinnati 1990 Paul Gruber, Tampa Bay 1992 Paul Gruber, Tampa Bay 1993 Nate Odomes, Buffalo 1994 Nate Odomes, Buffalo 2000 Troy Vincent, Philadelphia 2001 Troy Vincent, Philadelphia 2002 Troy Vincent, Philadelphia 2003 Troy Vincent, Philadelphia Michael Bennett, Minnesota 2004 Troy Vincent, Philadelphia 2006 Chris Chambers, Miami Mike Schneck, Buffalo WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 2008 Joe Thomas, Cleveland 2009 Owen Daniels, Houston Joe Thomas, Cleveland 2010 Joe Thomas, Cleveland 2011 Joe Thomas, Cleveland 2012 Joe Thomas, Cleveland 2013 Joe Thomas, Cleveland Owen Daniels, Houston J.J. Watt, Houston Russell Wilson, Seattle 2014 Joe Thomas, Cleveland J.J. Watt, Houston Russell Wilson, Seattle 2015 Joe Thomas, Cleveland Travis Frederick, Dallas J.J. Watt, Houston (MVP) 2016 Joe Thomas, Cleveland Travis Frederick, Dallas J.J. Watt, Houston Russell Wilson, Seattle (MVP) 2017 Travis Frederick, Dallas Melvin Gordon, San Diego Joe Thomas, Cleveland 213

216 Badgers In The NFL Draft Listings include player s name, team that selected him and the round (in parentheses) in which he was selected NFL Draft Ed Jankowski, Green Bay (1) John Golemgeske, Brooklyn (6) 1939 NFL Draft Howard Weiss, Detroit (2) Lynn Hovland, Green Bay (3) Vince Gavre, Green Bay (8) Roy Bellin, Green Bay (14) 1940 NFL Draft Jack Murray, Brooklyn (6) 1941 NFL Draft George Paskvan, Green Bay (1) Fred Gage, Detroit (17) 1942 NFL Draft Tom Farris, Green Bay (9) 1943 NFL Draft Dave Schreiner, Detroit (2) Paul Hirshbrunner, Chicago Cards (12) Pat Lyons, Chicago Bears (17) Lloyd Wasserbach, Green Bay (19) Mark Hoskins, Green Bay (20) Bob Baumann, Chicago Bears (22) George Makris, Green Bay (24) Bob Ray, Green Bay (28) 1944 NFL Draft Pat Harder, Chicago Cardinals (1) Bob Hanzlik, Philadelphia (11) Pat Boyle, Chicago Bears (27) Len Seeliger, Pittsburgh (30) 1945 NFL Draft Elroy Hirsch, Cleveland (1) Jack Mead, N.Y. Giants (7) Fred Negus, Cleveland (7) Jack Wink, N.Y. Giants (15) Ken Currier, Detroit (21) Frank Lopp, Detroit (29) 1946 NFL Draft Rex John, Boston (10) Dick Loepfe, Chicago Cardinals (11) 1947 NFL Draft Don Kindt, Chicago Bears (1) George Fuchs, L.A. Rams (13) Wally Dreyer, Chicago Bears (15) Clarence Esser, Chicago Cardinals (18) Earl Maves, Detroit (26) 1948 NFL Draft Earl Girard, Green Bay (1) Clarence Self, Chicago Cardinals (12) Bob Rennebohm, Green Bay (12) FIRST-ROUND NFL DRAFT CHOICES Year Player Selection Team 1937 Ed Jankowski 9th Green Bay Packers 1941 George Paskvan 7th Green Bay Packers 1944 Pat Harder 2nd St. Louis Cardinals 1945 Elroy Hirsch 5th Cleveland Browns 1947 Don Kindt 11th Chicago Bears 1948 Earl Girard 7th Green Bay Packers 1955 Alan Ameche 2nd Baltimore Colts 1963 Pat Richter 7th Washington Redskins 1976 Dennis Lick 8th Chicago Bears 1980 Ray Snell 22nd Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1985 Al Toon 10th New York Jets 1985 Richard Johnson 11th Houston Oilers 1985 Darryl Sims 20th Pittsburgh Steelers 1988 Paul Gruber 4th Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1992 Troy Vincent 7th Miami Dolphins 1999 Aaron Gibson 27th Detroit Lions 2000 Ron Dayne 11th New York Giants 2000 Chris McIntosh 22nd Seattle Seahawks 2001 Jamar Fletcher 26th Miami Dolphins 2001 Michael Bennett 27th Minnesota Vikings 2002 Wendell Bryant 12th Arizona Cardinals 2004 Lee Evans 13th Buffalo Bills 2005 Erasmus James 18th Minnesota Vikings 2007 Joe Thomas 3rd Cleveland Browns 2011 J.J. Watt 11th Houston Texans 2011 Gabe Carimi 29th Chicago Bears 2012 Kevin Zeitler 27th Cincinnati Bengals 2013 Travis Frederick 31st Dallas Cowboys 2015 Melvin Gordon 15th San Diego Chargers 2017 T.J. Watt 30th Pittsburgh Steelers 2017 Ryan Ramczyk 32nd New Orleans Saints 1948 AAFC Draft Bob Rennebohm, Buffalo (25) Earl Girard, N.Y. Yankees (27) Ben Bendrick, Baltimore (28) 1949 NFL Draft Ben Bendrick, Chicago Bears (4) Hal Faverty, Chicago Bears (15) 1949 AAFC Draft Ben Bendrick, N.Y. Yankees (11) Clarence Self, Cleveland (13) 1950 NFL Draft Bob Wilson, Cleveland (4) Joe Kelly, N.Y. Giants (13) Hal Otterback, Green Bay (17) Gene Evans, Green Bay (21) 1951 NFL Draft John Simcic, Chicago Cardinals (15) Bill Albright, N.Y. Giants (20) Bob Radcliffe, Pittsburgh (27) Ken Huxhold, Chicago Cardinals (27) Ed Withers, Green Bay (30) 1952 NFL Draft Marion Campbell, San Francisco (4) Pat O Donahue, San Francisco (5) Jerry Smith, San Francisco (8) Deral Teteak, Green Bay (9) Jim Hammond, Texas (10) John Coatta, Green Bay (16) Gene Felker, Texas (19) 1953 NFL Draft Bob Kennedy, Green Bay (6) Charley Berndt, Chicago Cardinals (10) Harland Carl, Chicago Bears (14) Dave Suminski, Washington (15) 1954 NFL Draft Wendell Gulseth, N.Y. Giants (12) Roger Dornburg, Washington (13) Jerry Witt, Washington (19) Jim Haluska, Chicago Bears (30)

217 1955 NFL Draft Alan Ameche, Baltimore (1) Jim Temp, Green Bay (2) Norm Amundsen, Green Bay (6) Ron Locklin, N.Y. Giants (6) Clarence Bratt, Chicago Bears (12) Jerry Cvengros, L.A. Rams (21) Bob Gingrass, Philadelphia (27) 1956 NFL Draft Bob Konovsky, Chicago Cardinals (7) Charlie Thomas, Green Bay (14) Wells Gray, Washington (16) Dick Kolian, Green Bay (27) Jim Miller, Chicago Cardinals (28) 1957 NFL Draft Glenn Bestor, Green Bay (12) Marty Booher, Green Bay (27) 1958 NFL Draft Danny Lewis, Detroit (6) Rocco Cinelli, Chicago Bears (11) Sid Williams, N.Y. Giants (11) 1959 NFL Draft Bob Zeman, Cleveland (10) Dick Teteak, Green Bay (15) Dave Kocourek, Pittsburgh (19) Jim Fraser, Cleveland (21) Lowell Jenkins, Philadelphia (27) 1960 NFL Draft Dale Hackbart, Green Bay (5) Jerry Stalcup, L.A. Rams (6) Dan Lanphear, Pittsburgh (8) Jim Heineke, San Francisco (16) Bob Nelson, Cleveland (20) 1960 AFL Draft Dale Hackbart, Minnesota (1) Jim Heineke, Dallas (1) Bob Nelson, Dallas (1) Jerry Stalcup, Minnesota (1) Bob Zeman, L.A. Chargers (1) Bob Nelson, Oakland (Alt.) 1961 NFL Draft Ron Miller, L.A. Rams (3) Tom Wiesner, Baltimore (16) Jerry Stalcup, Minnesota (Exp.) 1961 AFL Draft Ron Miller, Houston (21) Terry Huxhold, Boston (27) 1962 NFL Draft Jim Bakken, L.A. Rams (7) Ron Staley, Minnesota (17) 1963 NFL Draft Pat Richter, Washington (1) Gary Kroner, Green Bay (7) 1963 AFL Draft Pat Richter, Denver (10) Gary Kroner, N.Y. Titans (19) Ron Vander Kelen, N.Y. Titans (21) Ron Carlson, Buffalo (25) 1964 NFL Draft Roger Pillath, Buffalo (3) Jimmy Jones, Chicago Bears (6) Ken Bowman, Green Bay (8) Bob Johnson, St. Louis (8) 1964 AFL Draft Roger Pillath, Buffalo (7) Ken Bowman, N.Y. Jets (10) Jimmy Jones, Denver (25) 1965 NFL Draft Roger Jacobazzi, Green Bay (7) Al Piraino, Philadelphia (8) Carl Silvestri, St. Louis (16) Fred Reichardt, Baltimore (17) Ralph Kurek, Chicago Bears (20) 1965 AFL Draft Jon Hohman, Denver (8) Al Piraino, Kansas City (11) 1966 NFL Draft Tom Brigham, Detroit (10) Bill Maselter, Detroit (13) Danny Lewis, Atlanta (Exp.) Carl Silvestri, Atlanta (Exp.) Ron Smith, Atlanta (Exp.) 1966 AFL Draft Mike London, San Diego (14) Dave Kocourek, Miami (Exp.) 1968 NFL Draft Tom Domres, Houston (10) Sam Wheeler, Pittsburgh (12) 1969 NFL Draft Lynn Buss, Philadelphia (9) Tom McCauley, Minnesota (10) 1970 NFL Draft Mike McClish, Houston (8) Joe Dawkins, Houston (10) Stu Voigt, Minnesota (10) 1971 NFL Draft Bill Gregory, Dallas (3) Dan Crooks, Atlanta (13) 1972 NFL Draft Lance Moon, Atlanta (7) Greg Johnson, Miami (9) Elbert Walker, Kansas City (11) Larry Mialik, Atlanta (12) Alan Thompson, Dallas (14) Neil Graff, Minnesota (16) Neovia Greyer, N.Y. Giants (16) Al Hannah, Miami (16) 1973 NFL Draft Robert Storck, L.A. Rams (12) Rufus Ferguson, Atlanta (16) 1974 NFL Draft Mike Webster, Pittsburgh (5) Mike Seifert, Cleveland (13) 215 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 1975 NFL Draft Jack Novak, Cincinnati (12) 1976 NFL Draft Dennis Lick, Chicago Bears (1) Steve Wagner, Minnesota (5) Terry Stieve, New Orleans (6) John Reimer, Houston (14) Neil Graff, Seattle (Exp.) 1977 NFL Draft John Rasmussen, New England (10) 1979 NFL Draft Lawrence Johnson, Cleveland (2) Ira Matthews, Oakland (6) 1980 NFL Draft Ray Snell, Tampa Bay (1) Ray Sydnor, Pittsburgh (3) Tom Schremp, N.Y. Jets (6) 1981 NFL Draft Dave Ahrens, St. Louis (6) 1982 NFL Draft Von Mansfield, Atlanta (5) Jerry Doerger, Chicago Bears (8) Guy Boliaux, Chicago Bears (11) Dave Levenick, Atlanta (12) 1983 NFL Draft Matt VandenBoom, Buffalo (5) Bob Winckler, Washington (6) Tim Stracka, Cleveland (6) David Greenwood, New Orleans (8) Tim Krumrie, Cincinnati (10) Mark Shumate, Kansas City (10) 1984 NFL Draft Randy Wright, Green Bay (6) 1985 NFL Draft Richard Johnson, Houston (1) Al Toon, N.Y. Jets (1) Darryl Sims, Pittsburgh (1) Scott Bergold, St. Louis (2) Dan Turk, Pittsburgh (4) Jeff Dellenbach, Miami (4) Gary Ellerson, Green Bay (7) Kevin Belcher, L.A. Raiders (7) Ken Stills, Green Bay (8) Jim Melka, Tampa Bay (12) Bret Pearson, San Diego (12) 1986 NFL Draft Bob Landsee, Philadelphia (6) 1987 NFL Draft Rick Graf, Miami (2) Nate Odomes, Buffalo (2) Tim Jordan, New England (4) Michael Reid, Atlanta (6) Joe Armentrout, Tampa Bay (9) Craig Raddatz, Cincinnati (9) Bobby Taylor, Miami (10) Larry Emery, Atlanta (12) 215

218 1988 NFL Draft Paul Gruber, Tampa Bay (1) Glenn Derby, New Orleans (8) Bud Keyes, Green Bay (10) Rod Lossow, New England (10) 1989 NFL Draft Todd Nelson, Phoenix (12) 1990 NFL Draft Craig Hudson, Kansas City (10) 1991 NFL Draft Don Davey, Green Bay (3) Brady Pierce, Minnesota (10) 1992 NFL Draft Troy Vincent, Miami (1) 1993 NFL Draft Chuck Belin, L.A. Rams (5) 1994 NFL Draft Joe Panos, Philadelphia (3) Mark Montgomery, Philadelphia (7) 1995 NFL Draft Cory Raymer, Washington (2) Terrell Fletcher, San Diego (2) Mike Verstegen, New Orleans (3) Michael Roan, Houston (4) Mike Thompson, Jacksonville (4) Lee DeRamus, New Orleans (6) Kenny Gales, Chicago (6) 1996 NFL Draft Eric Unverzagt, Seattle (4) Jason Maniecki, Tampa Bay (5) 1997 NFL Draft Jerry Wunsch, Tampa Bay (2) Pete Monty, N.Y. Giants (4) Tarek Saleh, Carolina (4) 1998 NFL Draft Tony Simmons, New England (2) Donald Hayes, Carolina (4) 1999 NFL Draft Aaron Gibson, Detroit (1) Tom Burke, Arizona (3) Cecil Martin, Philadelphia (6) 2000 NFL Draft Ron Dayne, N.Y. Giants (1) Chris McIntosh, Seattle (1) Bobby Myers, Tennessee (4) Mark Tauscher, Green Bay (7) 2001 NFL Draft Jamar Fletcher, Miami (1) Michael Bennett, Minnesota (1) Chris Chambers, Miami (2) Casey Rabach, Baltimore (3) Bill Ferrario, Green Bay (4) Roger Knight, Pittsburgh (6) Jason Doering, Indianapolis (6) Ross Kolodziej, N.Y. Giants (7) 2002 NFL Draft Wendell Bryant, Arizona (1) Mike Echols, Tennessee (4) Nick Greisen, N.Y. Giants (5) Mark Anelli, San Francisco (6) 2003 NFL Draft Al Johnson, Dallas (2) B.J. Tucker, Dallas (6) Brooks Bollinger, N.Y. Jets (6) Ben Johnson, Detroit (7) 2004 NFL Draft Lee Evans, Buffalo (1) Alex Lewis, Detroit (5) Jim Sorgi, Indianapolis (6) 2005 NFL Draft Erasmus James, Minnesota (1) Scott Starks, Jacksonville (3) Dan Buenning, Tampa Bay (4) Jonathan Welsh, Indianapolis (5) Anttaj Hawthorne, Oakland (6) Jason Jefferson, New Orleans (6) Anthony Davis, Indianapolis (7) 2006 NFL Draft Brian Calhoun, Detroit (3) Brandon Williams, San Francisco (3) Owen Daniels, Houston (4) Jason Pociask, N.Y. Jets (5) Jonathan Orr, Tennessee (6) 2007 NFL Draft Joe Thomas, Cleveland (1) 2008 NFL Draft Jack Ikegquonu, Philadelphia (4) Taylor Mehlhaff, New Orleans (6) Nick Hayden, Carolina (6) Paul Hubbard, Cleveland (6) 2009 NFL Draft Matt Shaughnessy, Oakland (3) DeAndre Levy, Detroit (3) Kraig Urbik, Pittsburgh (3) Travis Beckum, N.Y. Giants (3) 2010 NFL Draft Garrett Graham, Houston (4) O Brien Schofield, Arizona (4) 2011 NFL Draft J.J. Watt, Houston (1) Gabe Carimi, Chicago (1) Lance Kendricks, St. Louis (2) John Moffitt, Seattle (3) Bill Nagy, Dallas (7) 2012 NFL Draft Kevin Zeitler, Cincinnati (1) Peter Konz, Atlanta (2) Russell Wilson, Seattle (3) Nick Toon, New Orleans (4) Bradie Ewing, Atlanta (5) Brad Nortman, Carolina (6) 2013 NFL Draft Travis Fredrick, Dallas (1) Montee Ball, Denver (2) Rick Wagner, Baltimore (5) 2014 NFL Draft Dezmen Southward, Atlanta (3) Chris Borland, San Francisco (3) James White, New England (4) Jared Abbrederis, Green Bay (5) Beau Allen, Philadelphia (7) 2015 NFL Draft Melvin Gordon, San Diego (1) Rob Havenstein, St. Louis (2) 2016 NFL Draft Joe Schobert, Cleveland (4) Derek Watt, San Diego (6) 2017 NFL Draft T.J. Watt, Pittsburgh (1) Ryan Ramczyk, New Orleans (1) Vince Biegel, Green Bay (3) Exp. expansion draft Alt. alternate selection

219 Badgers in Posteason All-Star Games East-West Shrine Game 1927 Austin Straubel Earl Wilke 1928 Rube Wagner 1930 Milt Gantenbein Milo Lubratovich 1932 Russ Rebholz 1935 Mario Pacetti 1937 Ed Jankowski 1939 Howard Weiss 1943 Dave Schreiner 1945 Earl Girard Jack Mead 1948 Earl Maves 1950 Joe Kelly 1951 Gene Felker James Hammond Jerry Smith 1956 Pat Levenhagen 1957 Bill Gehler Danny Lewis 1958 Jon Hobbs Dick Teteak Sidney Williams 1961 Tom Wiesner 1962 Ron Miller 1963 Ken Bowman Roger Pillath 1964 Jon Hohman Jimmy Jones 1967 Tom Domres 1970 Bill Gregory 1973 Mike Seifert Mike Webster 1974 Jack Novak 1975 Dennis Lick 1976 Steve Wagner 1978 Lawrence Johnson 1979 Ray Sydnor 1982 Bob Winckler 1984 Scott Bergold Richard Johnson Jim Melka 1986 Nate Odomes 1991 Troy Vincent 1993 Joe Panos 1994 Cory Raymer Joe Rudolph Mike Thompson Barry Alvarez 1995 Eric Unverzagt 1996 Pete Monty Tarek Saleh Jerry Wunsch Barry Alvarez 1998 Donald Hayes David Lysek Tony Simmons 1999 Cecil Martin 2000 Mark Tauscher 2001 Casey Rabach 2003 Alex Lewis 2004 Jim Leonhard 2005 Jonathan Orr Brandon Williams 2006 Mark Zalewski 2007 Nick Hayden Paul Hubbard Taylor Mehlhaff 2008 Andy Kemp DeAndre Levy Matt Shaughnessy 2009 O Brien Schofield 2010 Scott Tolzien 2011 Aaron Henry 2013 Beau Allen Dezmen Southward 2015 Michael Caputo Tyler Marz Joel Stave Derek Watt 2016 Dare Ogunbowale Senior Bowl 1950 Gwyn Christensen Hal Otterback Bob Radcliffe 1952 John Coatta Hal Faverty 1954 Alan Ameche Norm Amundsen 1956 John Dittrich Jim Haluska 1960 Dave Kocourek 1968 Tom Domres 1972 Alan Thompson 1974 Mike Webster 1976 Terry Stieve 1979 Ray Snell 1981 Von Mansfield 1982 Tim Stracka 1984 Scott Bergold 1987 Glenn Derby 1988 Todd Nelson 1990 Don Davey 1993 Mark Montgomery Joe Panos 1994 Terrell Fletcher Kenny Gales Mike Verstegen 1995 Jason Maniecki 1998 Tony Simmons 2002 Al Johnson Ben Johnson 2008 Kraig Urbik 2010 Gabe Carimi Lance Kendricks John Moffitt 2011 Bradie Ewing Brad Nortman Nick Toon Russell Wilson Kyle Wojta Kevin Zeitler Rick Wagner 2013 Jared Abbrederis Chris Borland Jacob Pedersen James White 2014 Rob Havenstein 2015 Joe Schobert 2016 Vince Biegel Corey Clement NFLPA Collegiate Bowl 2011 Patrick Butrym 2012 Marcus Cromartie 2013 Brian Wozniak 2015 Jesse Hayes 2016 Robert Wheelwright College Gridiron Showcase 2015 Tanner McEvoy 2016 Bart Houston Blue-Gray Game 1939 Roy Bellin Vince Gavre Lynn Hovland 1940 Dick Embick 1942 Paul Hirsbrunner 1944 Frank Lopp 1946 George Fuchs 1948 Wally Dreyer 1950 Bob Petruska 1951 Pat O Donahue Rollie Strehlow 1955 Jim Haluska 1958 Jim Fraser 1960 Ron Perkins 1966 Tony Loukas Bob Richter 1969 Stu Voigt 1971 Neil Graff Alan Thompson 1973 Mike Seifert 1975 Terry Stieve 1976 Ron Egloff 1978 Greg Gordon Jim Moore 1982 Tim Stracka 1983 Mike Herrington Brian Marrow Randy Wright 1986 Tim Jordan Nate Odomes 1987 Glenn Derby Rod Lossow 1988 Todd Nelson 1990 Brady Pierce 1995 Jason Maniecki Matt Nyquist Barry Alvarez 2001 Mark Anelli Nick Davis 217

220 Chicago Tribune All-Star 1937 John Golemgeske Ed Jankowski 1939 Lynn Hovland Howard Weiss 1941 George Paskvan 1942 Tom Farris 1943 Len Calligaro Bobby Dierks Tom Farris Pat Harder 1945 Frank Lopp 1946 Pat Harder Frank Hekkers Elroy Hirsch Jack Mead Evan Vogds 1947 Clarence Esser Fred Negus 1948 Earl Girard Earl Maves 1949 Ben Bendrick 1952 Hal Faverty Pat O Donahue 1955 Alan Ameche James Temp 1956 John Dittrich Jim Haluska 1960 Jerry Stalcup 1963 Pat Richter Ron Vander Kelen 1964 Ken Bowman Roger Pillath 1971 Bill Gregory 1974 Mike Webster 1975 Dennis Lick Steve Wagner Hula Bowl 1950 Joe Kelly 1952 Gene Felker 1959 Dick Teteak 1960 Jim Heineke Jerry Stalcup 1961 Tom Wiesner 1962 Ron Miller 1963 Pat Richter Ron Vander Kelen 1964 Ken Bowman Roger Pillath 1965 Jon Hohman Jim Jones 1967 Eric Rice 1969 Ken Criter 1971 Bill Gregory 1973 Rufus Ferguson 1974 Mike Webster 1975 Jack Novak 1976 Dennis Lick 1979 Ray Snell 1980 Dave Ahrens 1981 Dave Mohapp 1982 Tim Krumrie 1984 Jeff Dellenbach Al Toon Paul Gruber 1992 Chuck Belin 1993 Lamark Shackerford 1994 Jeff Messenger Michael Roan Mike Thompson 1998 LaMar Campbell Donald Hayes David Lysek 1999 Cecil Martin Mike Samuel 2000 Ron Dayne Bobby Myers Mark Tauscher Donnel Thompson Barry Alvarez 2001 Bill Ferrario Casey Rabach 2002 Wendell Bryant 2004 Jonathan Clinkscale Jason Jefferson Mike Lorenz Scott Starks Jonathan Welsh 2005 Owen Daniels Jason Palermo 2006 John Stocco Japan Bowl 1976 Dennis Lick Steve Wagner 1979 Lawrence Johnson 1980 Tom Schremp 1981 Dave Mohapp 1982 Matt VandenBoom Ron Versnik Bob Winckler 1984 Darryl Sims Al Toon Dan Turk 1985 Bob Landsee 1990 Don Davey 1991 Troy Vincent 1992 Chuck Belin Barry Alvarez 218 Battle of Florida 2011 Antonio Fenelus Las Vegas A-A Classic 2003 Ryan Aiello 2004 Darius Jones Villages Gridiron Classic 2001 Nick Greisen Chad Kuhns 2002 Brooks Bollinger Jason Jowers 2003 Jeff Mack Jim Sorgi Barry Alvarez 2004 Morgan Davis

221 HISTORY AND RESULTS 219

222 Yearly Records Overall Big Ten Year Coach W L T Pct. W L T Pct. Pl. Home Away Neut Kletsch Mestre Alward Crawford Davis Stickney Stickney King King King x King King T King T King Curtis T Curtis T King T Hutchins T Hutchins Barry Barry Barry Richards Juneau Juneau T Juneau T Juneau Withington T Richards T Lowman Richards Richards Richards Richards Ryan Ryan Little T Little Thistlethwaite T Thistlethwaite Thistlethwaite Thistlethwaite T Thistlethwaite Spears Spears T Spears T Spears T Stuhldreher T Stuhldreher T Stuhldreher Stuhldreher T Stuhldreher T Stuhldreher Stuhldreher Stuhldreher Stuhldreher Stuhldreher Stuhldreher Stuhldreher Stuhldreher Williamson Williamson T

223 221 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Overall Big Ten Year Coach W L T Pct. W L T Pct. Pl. Home Away Neut Williamson Williamson Williamson Williamson Williamson Bruhn Bruhn T Bruhn Bruhn Bruhn Bruhn Bruhn Bruhn Bruhn T Bruhn T Bruhn Coatta T Coatta Coatta T Jardine T Jardine T Jardine Jardine Jardine Jardine Jardine T Jardine McClain McClain T McClain T McClain T McClain McClain McClain McClain Hilles T Morton Morton T Morton Alvarez Alvarez T Alvarez T Alvarez T Alvarez Alvarez T Alvarez Alvarez Alvarez T Alvarez Alvarez T Alvarez T Alvarez T Alvarez T Alvarez Alvarez T Bielema T Bielema Bielema T Bielema ,625 T Bielema T Bielema Bielema Andersen Andersen Chryst Chryst All-Time

224 All-Time Results 1889 Record: 0-2 Coach: Alvin Kletsch (1st) N 23 Calumet Club^ -/- L 0-27 D 14 Beloit -/- L 0-4 ^ at Milwaukee 1890 Record: 1-3 Coach: Ted Mestre (1st) N 1 UW-Whitewater -/- W N 15 Minnesota -/- L 0-63 N 22 Lake Forest -/- L 6-16 N 26 Northwestern^ -/- L ^ at Milwaukee 1891 Record: Coach: Herb Alward (1st) O 17 Beloit -/- W 40-4 O 24 Minnesota -/- L O 31 Northwestern^ -/- T 0-0 N 14 Lake Forest -/- W 6-4 N 29 Northwestern^ -/- W 40-0 ^ at Milwaukee 1892 Record: 4-3 Coach: Frank Crawford (1st) O 1 Beloit -/- W 32-4 O 15 Michigan -/- L 6-10 O 19 Purdue -/- L 4-32 O 22 Lake Forest^ -/- W 10-6 O 29 Minnesota -/- L 4-32 N 19 Northwestern -/- W 26-6 N 24 Northwestern^ -/- W 20-6 ^ at Milwaukee 1893 Record: 4-2 Coach: Parke Davis (1st) O 14 Chicago AA^ -/- L 0-22 O 21 Lake Forest -/- W 24-0 O 28 Beloit -/- W 18-0 N 4 Michigan -/- W N 11 Minnesota -/- L 0-40 N 16 Purdue -/- W ^ at Milwaukee 1894 Record: 5-2 Coach: H.O. Stickney (1st) O 6 Chicago AA -/- W 22-4 O 15 Purdue -/- L forfeit O 20 Chicago -/- W 30-0 O 27 Chicago AA -/- L 4-16 O 29 Iowa -/- W N 3 Beloit -/- W 46-0 N 17 Minnesota -/- W Record: Coach: H.O. Stickney (2nd) S 21 Northwestern^ -/- W 12-6 S 30 Iowa State -/- W 28-6 O 5 Armour -/- W 32-4 O 12 Lake Forest -/- W 26-5 O 19 Grinnell -/- W 14-4 O 26 Illinois -/- T N 2 Chicago -/- L N 16 Minnesota -/- L ^ at Milwaukee 1896 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS Record: 7-1-1, Big Ten (1st) Coach: Phil King (1st) O 10 Lake Forest -/- W 34-0 O 14 Madison HS -/- W 18-0 O 17 Rush Medical -/- W 50-0 O 24 Grinnell -/- W 54-6 O 31 Beloit -/- W 6-0 N 7 Chicago -/- W 24-0 N 21 Minnesota -/- W 6-0 N 26 Northwestern -/- T 6-6 D 19 Carlisle Indians^ -/- L 8-18 ^ at Chicago Colesium (indoors) 1897 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS Record: 9-1, 3-0 Big Ten (1st) Coach: Phil King (2nd) O 2 Lake Forest -/- W 30-0 O 6 Madison HS -/- W 8-0 O 9 Rush Medical -/- W 28-0 O 16 UW-Platteville -/- W 20-0 O 23 Madison HS -/- W 29-0 O 30 Minnesota -/- W 39-0 N 6 Beloit -/- W 11-0 N 13 Chicago -/- W 25-8 N 20 UW Alumni -/- L 0-6 N 25 Northwestern -/- W Record: 9-1, 2-1 Big Ten (3rd) Coach: Phil King (3rd) O 1 Ripon -/- W 52-0 O 5 Madison HS -/- W 21-0 O 8 Dixon -/- W 76-0 O 15 Rush Medical -/- W 42-0 O 22 Beloit^ -/- W 17-0 O 29 Minnesota -/- W 29-0 N 5 UW Alumni -/- W N 12 Chicago -/- L 0-6 N 19 UW-Whitewater -/- W 22-0 N 24 Northwestern -/- W 47-0 ^ at Milwaukee

225 1899 Record: 9-2, 4-1 Big Ten (2nd) Coach: Phil King (4th) S 30 Lake Forest -/- W 45-0 O 6 Beloit^ -/- W 36-0 O 14 Northwestern -/- W 38-0 O 21 Yale -/- L 0-6 O 28 Rush Medical -/- W 17-0 N 4 UW Alumni -/- W 17-5 N 11 Illinois^ -/- W 23-0 N 18 Minnesota -/- W 19-0 N 25 Lawrence -/- W 58-0 N 30 Michigan# -/- W 17-5 D 9 Chicago -/- L 0-17 ^ at Milwaukee # at Chicago 1900 Record: 8-1, 2-1 Big Ten (T-3rd) Coach: Phil King (5th) S 29 Ripon -/- W 50-0 O 6 Chicago P&S -/- W 5-0 O 13 Beloit1 -/- W 11-0 O 20 Upper Iowa -/- W 64-0 O 27 Grinnell -/- W 45-0 N 3 Minnesota -/- L 5-6 N 10 Notre Dame -/- W 54-0 N 17 Chicago -/- W 39-5 N 24 Illinois -/- W BIG TEN CHAMPIONS Record: 9-0, 2-0 Big Ten (T-1st) Coach: Phil King (6th) S 28 Milw. Medical -/- W 26-0 O 5 Hyde Park HS -/- W 62-0 O 12 Beloit^ -/- W 40-0 O 19 Knox -/- W 23-5 O 26 Kansas -/- W 50-0 N 2 Nebraska^ -/- W 18-0 N 9 Iowa State -/- W 45-0 N 16 Minnesota -/- W 18-0 N 28 Chicago -/- W 35-0 ^ at Milwaukee 1902 Record: 6-3, 1-3 Big Ten (6th) Coach: Phil King (7th) S 27 Lawrence -/- W 11-0 O 4 Hyde Park HS -/- W 24-5 O 11 Lawrence -/- W 52-0 O 18 Beloit^ -/- W 52-6 O 25 Kansas -/- W 38-0 N 1 Michigan# -/- L 0-6 N 8 Northwestern -/- W 51-0 N 15 Minnesota -/- L 0-11 N 27 Chicago -/- L 0-11 ^ at Milwaukee # at Chicago 1903 Record: 6-3-1, Big Ten (T-8th) Coach: Art Curtis (1st) O 3 North Central -/- W 28-0 O 10 Lawrence -/- W 40-7 O 17 Beloit -/- W 87-0 O 21 Osteopaths -/- W 32-0 O 24 Knox -/- W 54-6 O 31 Chicago -/- L 6-15 N 7 UW-Oshkosh -/- W 52-0 N 14 Michigan -/- L 0-16 N 21 Northwestern^ -/- T 6-6 N 26 Minnesota -/- L 0-17 ^ at Chicago 1904 Record: 5-3, 0-3 Big Ten (T-7th) Coach: Art Curtis (2nd) O 1 Fort Sheridan -/- W 45-0 O 8 Marquette -/- W 33-0 O 15 Notre Dame^ -/- W 58-0 O 22 Drake -/- W 82-0 O 29 Michigan -/- L 0-28 N 5 Beloit -/- W 36-0 N 12 Minnesota -/- L 0-28 N 24 Chicago -/- L ^ at Milwaukee 1905 Record: 8-2, 1-2 Big Ten (T-5th) Coach: Phil King (8th) S 23 Company I^ -/- W 16-0 S 30 North Central -/- W 49-0 O 4 Marquette -/- W 29-0 O 7 Lawrence -/- W 34-0 O 14 Notre Dame# -/- W 21-0 O 21 Chicago -/- L 0-4 O 28 UW Alumni -/- W 17-0 N 4 Minnesota -/- W N 11 Beloit -/- W 44-0 N 18 Michigan -/- L 0-12 ^ at Marinette, Wis. # at Milwaukee 1906 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS Record: 5-0, 3-0 Big Ten (T-1st) Coach: Dr. C.P. Hutchins (1st) O 13 Lawrence -/- W 5-0 O 20 North Dakota -/- W 10-0 N 3 Iowa -/- W 18-4 N 10 Illinois -/- W 16-6 N 17 Purdue -/- W Record: 3-1-1, Big Ten (2nd) Coach: Dr. C.P. Hutchins (2nd) O 26 Illinois -/- L 4-15 N 2 Iowa -/- W 6-5 N 9 Indiana -/- W 11-8 N 16 Purdue -/- W 12-6 N 23 Minnesota -/- T

226 1908 Record: 5-1, 2-1 Big Ten (3rd) Coach: Tom Barry (1st) O 10 Lawrence -/- W 35-0 O 17 Indiana -/- W 16-0 O 24 UW Freshmen -/- W O 31 Marquette -/- W 9-6 N 7 Minnesota -/- W 5-0 N 21 Chicago* -/- L Record: 3-1-1, Big Ten (4th) Coach: Tom Barry (2nd) O 9 Lawrence -/- W 22-0 O 23 Indiana -/- W 6-3 O 30 Northwestern -/- W N 13 Minnesota* -/- L 6-34 N 20 Chicago -/- T Record: 1-2-2, Big Ten (5th) Coach: Tom Barry (3rd) O 8 Lawrence -/- T 6-6 O 22 Indiana^ -/- L 3-12 O 29 Northwestern -/- T 0-0 N 12 Minnesota -/- L 0-28 N 19 Chicago* -/- W 10-0 ^ at Indianapolis 1911 Record: 5-1-1, Big Ten (3rd) Coach: J.R. Richards (1st) O 7 Lawrence -/- W 15-0 O 14 Ripon -/- W 24-0 O 21 Colorado College -/- W 26-0 O 28 Northwestern -/- W 28-3 N 4 Iowa -/- W 12-0 N 18 Minnesota* -/- T 6-6 N 25 Chicago -/- L BIG TEN CHAMPIONS Record: 7-0, 5-0 Big Ten (1) Coach: William Juneau (1st) O 5 Lawrence -/- W 13-0 O 12 Northwestern -/- W 56-0 O 19 Purdue -/- W 41-0 N 2 Chicago* -/- W N 9 Arkansas -/- W 64-7 N 16 Minnesota -/- W 14-0 N 23 Iowa -/- W Record: 3-3-1, Big Ten (T-6th) Coach: William Juneau (2nd) O 4 Lawrence -/- W 58-7 O 11 Marquette -/- W 13-0 O 18 Purdue -/- T 7-7 O 25 Michigan State -/- L 7-12 N 1 Minnesota* -/- L N 8 Ohio State -/- W 12-0 N 22 Chicago -/- L Record: 4-2-1, Big Ten (T-4th) Coach: William Juneau (3rd) O 3 Lawrence -/- W 21-0 O 10 Marquette -/- W 48-0 O 17 Purdue -/- W 14-7 O 24 Ohio State -/- W 7-6 O 31 Chicago* -/- T 0-0 N 14 Minnesota -/- L 3-14 N 21 Illinois -/- L Record: 4-3, 2-3 Big Ten (6th) Coach: William Juneau (4th) O 2 Lawrence -/- W 82-0 O 8 Marquette -/- W 85-0 O 16 Purdue -/- W 28-3 O 23 Ohio State -/- W 21-0 O 30 Chicago -/- L N 13 Illinois -/- L 3-17 N 20 Minnesota* -/- L Record: 4-2-1, Big Ten (T-6th) Coach: Paul Withington (1st) O 7 Lawrence -/- W 20-0 O 14 S. Dakota State -/- W 28-3 O 21 Haskell Indians -/- W 13-0 O 28 Chicago* -/- W 30-7 N 4 Ohio State -/- L N 18 Minnesota -/- L 0-54 N 25 Illinois -/- T Record: 4-2-1, 3-2 Big Ten (T-3rd) Coach: J.R. Richards (2nd) O 6 Beloit -/- W 34-0 O 13 Notre Dame -/- T 0-0 O 20 Illinois -/- L 0-7 O 27 Iowa -/- W 20-0 N 3 Minnesota* -/- W 10-7 N 10 Ohio State -/- L 3-16 N 24 Chicago -/- W Record: 3-3, 1-2 Big Ten (7th) Coach: Guy Lowman (1st) O 26 Camp Grant -/- L 0-7 N 2 Beloit -/- W 21-0 N 9 Illinois* -/- L 0-22 N 16 Minnesota -/- L 0-6 N 23 Ohio State -/- W 14-3 N 28 Michigan State -/- W 7-6

227 1919 Record: 5-2, 3-2 Big Ten (4th) Coach: J.R. Richards (3rd) O 4 Ripon -/- W 37-0 O 11 Marquette -/- W 13-0 O 18 Northwestern -/- W 10-6 O 25 Illinois -/- W N 1 Minnesota* -/- L 7-19 N 15 Ohio State -/- L 0-3 N 22 Chicago -/- W Record: 6-1, 4-1 Big Ten (2nd) Coach: J.R. Richards (4th) O 2 Lawrence -/- W 60-0 O 9 Michigan State -/- W 27-0 O 16 Northwestern -/- W 27-7 O 23 Ohio State -/- L 7-13 N 6 Minnesota -/- W 3-0 N 13 Illinois* -/- W 14-9 N 20 Chicago -/- W Record: 5-1-1, Big Ten (4th) Coach: J.R. Richards (5th) O 1 Lawrence -/- W 28-0 O 8 S. Dakota State -/- W 24-3 O 15 Northwestern -/- W 27-0 O 22 Illinois -/- W 20-0 O 29 Minnesota* -/- W 35-0 N 12 Michigan -/- T 7-7 N 19 Chicago -/- L Record: 4-2-1, Big Ten (4th) Coach: J.R. Richards (6th) O 7 Carleton -/- W 41-0 O 14 S. Dakota State -/- W 20-6 O 21 Indiana -/- W 20-0 N 4 Minnesota -/- W 14-0 N 11 Illinois* -/- L 0-3 N 18 Michigan -/- L 6-13 N 25 Chicago -/- T Record: 3-3-1, Big Ten (7th) Coach: Jack Ryan (1st) O 6 Coe -/- W 7-3 O 13 Michigan State -/- W 21-0 O 20 Indiana -/- W 52-0 O 27 Minnesota* -/- T 0-0 N 10 Illinois -/- L 0-10 N 17 Michigan -/- L 3-6 N 24 Chicago -/- L Record: 2-3-3, Big Ten (10th) Coach: Jack Ryan (2nd) S 27 N. Dakota State -/- W 25-0 O 4 Iowa State -/- W 17-0 O 11 Coe -/- T 7-7 O 18 Minnesota -/- T 7-7 O 25 Michigan -/- L 0-21 N 8 Notre Dame -/- L 3-38 N 15 Iowa* -/- L 7-21 N 22 Chicago -/- T Record: 6-1-1, Big Ten (T-2nd) Coach: George Little (1st) O 3 Iowa State -/- W 30-0 O 10 Franklin -/- W 35-0 O 17 Michigan* -/- L 0-21 O 24 Purdue -/- W 7-0 O 31 Minnesota -/- T N 7 Iowa -/- W 6-0 N 14 Michigan State -/- W N 21 Chicago -/- W Record: 5-2-1, Big Ten (5th) Coach: George Little (2nd) O 2 Cornell -/- W 38-0 O 9 Kansas -/- W 13-0 O 16 Purdue -/- T 0-0 O 23 Indiana -/- W 27-2 O 30 Minnesota -/- L N 6 Michigan -/- L 0-37 N 13 Iowa* -/- W N 20 Chicago -/- W Record: 4-4, 1-4 Big Ten (T-9th) Coach: Glenn Thistlethwaite (1st) O 1 Cornell -/- W 31-6 O 8 Kansas -/- W 26-6 O 15 Michigan -/- L 0-14 O 22 Purdue -/- W 12-6 O 29 Minnesota -/- L 7-13 N 5 Grinnell -/- W 20-2 N 12 Iowa* -/- L 0-16 N 19 Chicago -/- L Record: 7-1-1, Big Ten (2nd) Coach: Glenn Thistlethwaite (2nd) O 6 Notre Dame -/- W 22-6 O 13 Cornell -/- W 49-0 O 13 N. Dakota State -/- W 13-7 O 20 Purdue -/- T O 27 Michigan -/- W 7-0 N 3 Alabama -/- W 15-0 N 10 Chicago* -/- W 25-0 N 17 Iowa -/- W 13-0 N 24 Minnesota -/- L

228 1929 Record: 4-5, 1-4 Big Ten (10th) Coach: Glenn Thistlethwaite (3rd) S 28 Ripon -/- W 22-0 S 28 S. Dakota State -/- W 21-0 O 5 Colgate -/- W 13-6 O 12 Northwestern -/- L 0-7 O 19 Notre Dame^ -/- L 0-19 O 26 Iowa -/- L 0-14 N 2 Purdue* -/- L 0-13 N 9 Chicago -/- W 20-6 N 23 Minnesota -/- L ^ at Chicago 1930 Record: 6-2-1, Big Ten (T-4th) Coach: Glenn Thistlethwaite (4th) O 4 Lawrence -/- W 53-6 O 4 Carleton -/- W 28-0 O 11 Chicago -/- W 34-0 O 18 Pennsylvania* -/- W 27-0 O 25 Purdue -/- L 6-7 N 1 Ohio State -/- T 0-0 N 8 S. Dakota State -/- W 58-7 N 15 Northwestern -/- L 7-20 N 22 Minnesota -/- W Record: 5-4-1, 3-3 Big Ten (6th) Coach: Glenn Thistlethwaite (5th) O 3 Bradley -/- W 33-6 O 3 N. Dakota State -/- W 12-7 O 10 Auburn -/- T 7-7 O 17 Purdue -/- W O 24 Pennsylvania -/- L O 31 Minnesota -/- L 0-14 N 7 Illinois -/- W 7-6 N 14 Ohio State* -/- L 0-6 N 21 Chicago -/- W 12-7 N 28 Michigan -/- L Record: 6-1-1, Big Ten (3rd) Coach: Clarence Spears (1st) O 1 Marquette -/- W 7-2 O 8 Iowa -/- W 34-0 O 15 Purdue -/- L 6-7 O 22 Coe -/- W 39-0 O 29 Ohio State -/- T 7-7 N 5 Illinois* -/- W N 12 Minnesota -/- W N 19 Chicago -/- W Record: 2-5-1, Big Ten (T-8th) Coach: Clarence Spears (2nd) O 7 Marquette -/- W 19-0 O 14 Illinois -/- L 0-21 O 21 Iowa -/- L 7-26 O 28 Purdue* -/- L 0-14 N 4 Chicago -/- T 0-0 N 11 West Virginia -/- W N 18 Ohio State -/- L 0-6 N 25 Minnesota -/- L Record: 4-4, 2-3 Big Ten (T-5th) Coach: Clarence Spears (3rd) O 6 Marquette -/- W 3-0 O 13 S. Dakota State -/- W 28-7 O 20 Purdue -/- L 0-14 O 27 Notre Dame -/- L 0-19 N 3 Northwestern -/- L 0-7 N 10 Michigan -/- W 10-0 N 17 Illinois* -/- W 7-3 N 24 Minnesota -/- L Record: 1-7, 1-4 Big Ten (T-9th) Coach: Clarence Spears (4th) S 28 S. Dakota State -/- L 6-13 O 5 Marquette -/- L 0-33 O 12 Notre Dame -/- L 0-27 O 19 Michigan -/- L O 26 Chicago -/- L 7-13 N 9 Purdue* -/- W 8-0 N 16 Northwestern -/- L N 23 Minnesota -/- L Record: 2-6, 0-4 Big Ten (T-8th) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher (1st) S 26 S. Dakota State -/- W 24-7 O 3 Marquette -/- L 6-12 O 10 Purdue -/- L O 17 Notre Dame -/- L 0-27 O 31 Chicago* -/- L 6-7 N 7 Northwestern -/1 L N 14 Cincinnati -/- W 27-6 N 21 Minnesota -/2 L Record: 4-3-1, Big Ten (T-4th) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher (2nd) S 25 S. Dakota State -/- W 32-0 O 2 Marquette -/- W 12-0 O 9 Chicago -/- W 27-0 O 16 Iowa* -/- W 13-6 O 23 Pittsburgh 16/3 L 0-21 O 30 Northwestern -/- L 6-14 N 13 Purdue -/- T 7-7 N 20 Minnesota -/7 L Record: 5-3, 3-2 Big Ten (6th) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher (3rd) O 1 Marquette -/- W 27-0 O 8 Iowa -/- W O 15 Pittsburgh -/- L 6-26 O 22 Purdue -/- L 7-13 O 29 Indiana* -/- W 6-0 N 5 Northwestern -/7 W N 12 UCLA 15/- W 14-7 N 19 Minnesota 12/- L 0-21

229 1939 Record: 1-6-1, Big Ten (T-9th) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher (4th) S 30 Marquette -/- W O 7 Texas -/- L 7-17 O 14 Indiana -/- L 0-14 O 21 Northwestern -/- L 7-13 O 28 Iowa -/- L N 4 Illinois -/- L 0-7 N 18 Purdue* -/- T 7-7 N 25 Minnesota -/- L Record: 4-4, 3-3 Big Ten (T-4th) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher (5th) O 5 Marquette -/- W O 12 Iowa -/- L O 19 Northwestern -/4 L 7-27 O 26 Purdue -/- W N 2 Illinois* -/- W 13-6 N 9 Columbia -/- L 6-7 N 16 Indiana -/- W N 23 Minnesota -/1 L Record: 3-5, 3-3 Big Ten (5th) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher (6th) O 4 Marquette -/- L 7-28 O 11 Northwestern -/- L O 18 Iowa -/- W 23-0 O 25 Indiana* -/- W N 1 Syracuse -/- L N 8 Ohio State -/20 L N 15 Purdue -/- W 13-0 N 22 Minnesota -/1 L Record: 8-1-1, 4-1 Big Ten (2nd) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher (7th) S 19 Camp Grant -/- W 7-0 S 26 Notre Dame -/- T 7-7 O 3 Marquette -/- W 35-7 O 10 Missouri -/- W 17-9 O 17 Great Lakes^ 7/- W 13-7 O 24 Purdue 7/- W 13-0 O 31 Ohio State* 6/1 W 17-7 N 7 Iowa 2/- L 0-6 N 14 Northwestern 7/- W N 21 Minnesota 7/- W 20-6 ^ at Chicago 1943 Record: 1-9, 1-6 Big Ten (8th) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher (8th) S 18 Marquette -/- L 7-33 S 25 Camp Grant^ -/- L 7-10 O 2 Iowa -/- W 7-5 O 9 Illinois -/- L 7-25 O 16 Notre Dame -/1 L 0-50 O 23 Indiana -/- L 0-34 O 30 Purdue -/4 L 0-32 N 6 Northwestern* -/12 L 0-41 N 13 Michigan -/4 L 0-27 N 20 Minnesota -/- L ^ at Rockford, Ill Record: 3-6, 2-4 Big Ten (7th) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher (9th) S 30 Northwestern -/- W 7-6 O 7 Marquette -/- W 21-2 O 14 Ohio State* 19/8 L 7-20 O 21 Notre Dame -/1 L O 28 Great Lakes -/16 L N 4 Purdue -/- L 0-35 N 11 Iowa -/- W 26-7 N 18 Michigan -/5 L 0-14 N 25 Minnesota -/- L Record: 3-4-2, Big Ten (6th) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher (10th) S 22 Great Lakes -/- T 0-0 S 29 Marquette -/- W O 6 Purdue -/- L 7-13 O 13 Ohio State -/4 L 0-12 O 20 Illinois -/- T 7-7 N 3 Iowa -/- W 27-7 N 10 Northwestern* -/- L N 17 Navy^ -/2 L 7-36 N 24 Minnesota -/- W ^ at Baltimore 1946 Record: 4-5, 2-5 Big Ten (8th) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher (11th) S 21 Marquette -/- W ,000c S 28 California -/- W ,000 O 5 Northwestern -/- L ,000 O 12 Ohio State -/14 W ,000c O 19 Illinois 20/- L ,597 N 2 Purdue 18/- W ,000 N 9 Iowa* 15/- L ,000c N 16 Michigan -/10 L ,415 N 23 Minnesota -/- L , Record: 5-3-1, Big Ten (2nd) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher (12th) S 27 Purdue -/- W ,000 O 4 Indiana -/- T ,000 O 11 California -/8 L ,000c O 18 Yale -/12 W ,000 O 25 Marquette -/- W ,000c N 1 Northwestern -/- W ,000 N 8 Iowa* 19/- W ,000c N 15 Michigan 9/2 L ,000c N 22 Minnesota -/- L ,

230 1948 Record: 2-7, 1-5 Big Ten (9th) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher (13th) S 25 Indiana -/- L ,000 O 2 Illinois -/- W ,000c O 9 California -/9 L ,000 O 16 Yale -/- L ,000c O 23 Ohio State -/- L ,200 O 30 Iowa -/- L ,000 N 6 Northwestern* -/10 L ,000c N 13 Marquette -/- W ,000c N 20 Minnesota -/15 L ,000c 1949 Record: 5-3-1, Big Ten (4th) Coach: Ivy Williamson (1st) S 24 Marquette -/- W ,000 O 1 Illinois -/- T ,332 O 8 California -/10 L ,000 O 15 Navy -/18 W ,000c O 22 Ohio State -/- L ,000c O 29 Indiana -/- W ,000 N 5 Northwestern -/- W ,000 N 12 Iowa* -/- W ,000c N 19 Minnesota -/- L , Record: 6-3, 5-2 Big Ten (T-2nd) Coach: Ivy Williamson (2nd) S 30 Marquette -/- W ,000c O 7 Illinois -/15 W ,230 O 14 Iowa 15/- W ,333 O 21 Michigan 16/- L ,202 O 28 Northwestern -/9 W ,000c N 4 Purdue* 20/- W ,000c N 11 Ohio State 15/2 L ,535 N 18 Pennsylvania 15/20 L ,000 N 25 Minnesota -/- W ,000c 1951 Record: 7-1-1, Big Ten (2nd) Coach: Ivy Williamson (3rd) S 29 Marquette 15/- W ,450 O 6 Illinois -/8 L ,207 O 13 Ohio State -/9 T ,156c O 20 Purdue -/- W ,000 O 27 Northwestern 14/13 W ,000 N 3 Indiana* 10/- W ,118c N 10 Pennsylvania 9/- W ,243 N 17 Iowa 8/- W ,788 N 24 Minnesota 8/- W , BIG TEN CHAMPIONS Record: 6-3-1, Big Ten (1st) Coach: Ivy Williamson (4th) S 27 Marquette 7/- W ,303c O 4 Illinois 8/2 W ,071c O 11 Ohio State 1/- L ,345 O 18 Iowa 12/- W ,050 O 25 UCLA 10/8 L ,131c N 1 Rice 18/- W ,000 N 8 Northwestern* 18/- W ,131c N 15 Indiana 15/- W ,000 N 22 Minnesota 13/- T ,131c Rose Bowl Pasadena, Calif. J 1 USC 11/5 L , Record: 6-2-1, Big Ten (3rd) Coach: Ivy Williamson (5th) S 26 Penn State -/- W ,374 O 3 Marquette 16/- W ,363 O 9 UCLA -/6 L ,887 O 17 Purdue -/- W ,500 O 24 Ohio State -/- L ,819c O 31 Iowa* -/- W ,819c N 7 Northwestern -/- W ,000 N 14 Illinois -/3 W ,887c N 21 Minnesota 8/- T , Record: 7-2, 5-2 Big Ten (2nd) Coach: Ivy Williamson (6th) S 25 Marquette 10/- W ,819c O 2 Michigan State 5/- W ,194 O 9 Rice 3/11 W ,819c O 16 Purdue 2/5 W ,819c O 23 Ohio State 2/4 L ,636 O 30 Iowa 8/- L ,185 N 6 Northwestern* 16/- W ,131c N 13 Illinois 14/- W ,119 N 20 Minnesota 17/10 W ,131c 1955 Record: 4-5, 3-4 Big Ten (6th) Coach: Ivy Williamson (7th) S 24 Marquette -/- W ,359c O 1 Iowa 17/14 W ,509c O 8 Purdue 9/17 W ,000 O 14 USC 6/16 L ,162 O 22 Ohio State 15/- L ,539c O 29 Michigan State* -/5 L ,529c N 5 Northwestern -/- W ,000 N 12 Illinois -/16 L ,529c N 19 Minnesota -/- L , Record: 1-5-3, Big Ten (9th) Coach: Milt Bruhn (1st) S 29 Marquette -/- W ,700 O 6 USC -/10 L ,979c O 13 Iowa -/- L ,273 O 20 Purdue -/17 T ,044c O 27 Ohio State -/9 L ,661 N 3 Michigan State -/4 L ,647 N 10 Northwestern* -/- L ,645c N 17 Illinois -/- T ,858 N 24 Minnesota -/7 T ,149

231 1957 Record: 6-3, 4-3 Big Ten (T-4th) Coach: Milt Bruhn (2nd) S 28 Marquette -/- W ,700 O 5 West Virginia -/- W ,889 O 12 Purdue 16/- W ,507 O 19 Iowa 13/6 L ,147 O 26 Ohio State -/12 L ,051 N 2 Michigan State -/6 L ,826 N 9 Northwestern -/- W ,250 N 16 Illinois* -/15 W ,384 N 23 Minnesota 18/- W , Record: 7-1-1, Big Ten (2nd) Coach: Milt Bruhn (3rd) S 26 Miami (Fla.) 14/15 W ,084 O 4 Marquette 9/- W ,513 O 11 Purdue 6/13 W ,028 O 18 Iowa 4/13 L ,241c O 25 Ohio State 13/2 T ,142 N 1 Michigan State 8/- W ,040 N 8 Northwestern* 7/4 W ,964 N 15 Illinois 5/- W ,937 N 22 Minnesota 5/- W , BIG TEN CHAMPIONS Record: 7-3, 5-2 Big Ten (1st) Coach: Milt Bruhn (4th) S 26 Stanford 8/- W ,892 O 3 Marquette 12/- W ,970 O 10 Purdue 9/7 L ,542 O 17 Iowa -/9 W ,256c O 24 Ohio State 12/20 W ,440 O 31 Michigan 10/- W ,063 N 7 Northwestern 9/2 W ,282 N 14 Illinois* 7/- L ,028 N 21 Minnesota 9/- W ,647 Rose Bowl Pasadena, Calif. J 1 Washington 6/8 L , Record: 4-5, 2-5 Big Ten (9th) Coach: Milt Bruhn (5th) S 24 Stanford -/- W ,500 O 1 Marquette -/- W ,533 O 8 Purdue -/7 W ,292 O 15 Iowa 12/2 L ,000 O 22 Ohio State 11/9 L ,244 O 29 Michigan -/- W ,629 N 5 Northwestern* -/- L ,730 N 12 Illinois -/- L ,143 N 19 Minnesota -/4 L , Record: 6-3, 4-3 Big Ten (5th) Coach: Milt Bruhn (6th) S 23 Utah -/- W ,325 S 30 Michigan State -/10 L ,584 O 7 Indiana -/- W ,270 O 14 Oregon State -/- W ,274 O 21 Iowa -/4 L ,150 O 28 Ohio State* -/6 L ,144 N 11 Northwestern -/- W ,203 N 18 Illinois -/- W ,122 N 25 Minnesota -/3 W , BIG TEN CHAMPIONS Record: 8-2, 6-1 Big Ten (1st) Coach: Milt Bruhn (7th) S 29 New Mexico St. -/- W ,495 O 6 Indiana -/- W ,354 O 13 Notre Dame -/- W ,098 O 20 Iowa 10/- W ,297 O 27 Ohio State 5/- L ,540 N 3 Michigan -/- W ,789 N 10 Northwestern* 8/1 W ,501c N 17 Illinois 4/- W ,762 N 24 Minnesota 3/5 W ,514c Rose Bowl Pasadena, Calif. J 1 USC 2/1 L , Record: 5-4, 3-4 Big Ten (5th) Coach: Milt Bruhn (8th) S 21 Western Mich. 7/- W ,574 S 28 Notre Dame 6/- W ,806 O 12 Purdue 5/- W ,415 O 19 Iowa 2/- W ,700 O 26 Ohio State 2/- L ,913c N 2 Michigan State 8/- L ,033 N 9 Northwestern* -/- W ,388c N 16 Illinois -/8 L ,418c N 28 Minnesota -/- L , Record: 3-6, 2-5 Big Ten (T-7th) Coach: Milt Bruhn (9th) S 19 Kansas State -/- W ,455 S 26 Notre Dame -/- L ,398c O 10 Purdue -/- L ,396 O 17 Iowa -/- W ,713c O 24 Ohio State -/1 L ,365 O 31 Michigan State* -/- L ,728c N 7 Northwestern -/- L ,028 N 14 Illinois -/- L ,077 N 21 Minnesota -/- W , Record: 2-7-1, 2-5 Big Ten (T-7th) Coach: Milt Bruhn (10th) S 18 Colorado -/- T ,914 S 25 USC -/- L ,706 O 2 Iowa -/- W ,058 O 9 Nebraska -/2 L ,810 O 16 Northwestern -/- W ,444 O 23 Ohio State* -/- L ,269c O 30 Michigan -/- L ,907 N 6 Purdue -/- L ,369 N 13 Illinois -/- L ,192 N 20 Minnesota -/- L ,

232 1966 Record: 3-6-1, Big Ten (7th) Coach: Milt Bruhn (11th) S 14 Iowa State -/- W ,051 S 24 USC -/5 L ,235 O 1 Iowa -/- W ,787 O 8 Nebraska -/- L ,428 O 15 Northwestern -/- T ,163 O 22 Ohio State -/- L ,256 O 29 Michigan -/- L ,816 N 5 Purdue* -/- L ,475 N 12 Illinois -/- L ,645 N 19 Minnesota -/- W , Record: 0-9-1, Big Ten (T-9th) Coach: John Coatta (1st) S 23 Washington -/- L ,500 S 30 Arizona State -/- L ,327 O 7 Michigan State -/- L ,516 O 14 Pittsburgh -/- L ,995 O 21 Iowa -/- T ,512 O 28 Northwestern* -/- L ,918 N 4 Indiana -/7 L ,910 N 11 Ohio State -/- L ,470 N 18 Michigan -/- L ,721 N 25 Minnesota -/- L , Record: 0-10, 0-7 Big Ten (10th) Coach: John Coatta (2nd) S 21 Arizona State -/- L ,317 S 28 Washington -/- L ,965 O 5 Michigan State -/19 L ,067 O 12 Utah State -/- L ,469 O 19 Iowa -/- L ,651 O 26 Northwestern -/- L ,133 N 2 Indiana* -/- L ,666 N 9 Ohio State -/2 L ,972 N 16 Michigan -/4 L ,117 N 23 Minnesota -/- L , Record: 3-7, 3-4 Big Ten (T-5th) Coach: John Coatta (3rd) S 20 Oklahoma -/6 L ,633 S 27 UCLA -/14 L ,243 O 4 Syracuse -/- L ,540 O 11 Iowa -/- W ,714 O 18 Northwestern -/- L ,374 O 25 Indiana* -/- W ,636 N 1 Michigan -/20 L ,438 N 8 Ohio State -/1 L ,519 N 15 Illinois -/- W ,624 N 22 Minnesota -/- L , Record: 4-5-1, 3-4 Big Ten (T-5th) Coach: John Jardine (1st) S 19 Oklahoma -/18 L ,100 S 26 TCU -/- T ,538 O 3 Penn State -/16 W ,204 O 10 Iowa -/- L ,622 O 17 Northwestern -/- L ,278 O 24 Indiana -/- W ,643 O 31 Michigan* -/5 L ,389 N 7 Ohio State -/3 L ,758 N 14 Illinois -/- W ,569 N 21 Minnesota -/- W , Record: 4-6-1, 3-5 Big Ten (T-6th) Coach: John Jardine (2nd) S 11 Northern Illinois -/- W ,437 S 18 Syracuse -/15 T ,206 S 25 LSU -/18 L ,535c O 2 Northwestern -/- L ,473 O 9 Indiana -/- W ,156 O 16 Michigan State -/- W ,847 O 23 Ohio State -/12 L ,559 O 30 Iowa -/- L ,155 N 6 Purdue* -/- W ,451c N 13 Illinois -/- L ,459 N 20 Minnesota -/- L , Record: 4-7, 2-6 Big Ten (9th) Coach: John Jardine (3rd) S 16 Northern Illinois -/- W ,710 S 23 Syracuse -/- W ,234 S 30 LSU -/- L ,142 O 7 Northwestern -/- W ,595 O 14 Indiana -/- L ,122 O 21 Michigan State -/- L ,638 O 28 Ohio State -/4 L ,713c N 4 Iowa* -/- W ,723c N 11 Purdue -/- L ,507 N 18 Illinois -/- L ,703 N 25 Minnesota -/- L , Record: 4-7, 3-5 Big Ten (8th) Coach: John Jardine (4th) S 15 Purdue -/- L ,256 S 22 Colorado -/19 L ,237 S 29 Nebraska -/2 L ,297 O 6 Wyoming -/- W ,715 O 13 Ohio State -/1 L ,413 O 20 Michigan -/4 L ,273 O 27 Indiana* -/- W ,365 N 3 Michigan State -/- L ,010 N 10 Iowa -/- W ,560 N 17 Northwestern -/- W ,248 N 24 Minnesota -/- L ,

233 1974 Record: 7-4, 5-3 Big Ten (4th) Coach: John Jardine (5th) S 14 Purdue -/- W ,239 S 21 Nebraska -/4 W ,381 S 28 Colorado 11/- L ,512 O 5 Missouri -/- W ,141 O 12 Ohio State 13/1 L ,717 O 19 Michigan -/3 L ,911c O 26 Indiana -/- W ,453 N 2 Michigan State* -/20 L ,848c N 9 Iowa -/- W ,300 N 16 Northwestern -/- W ,533 N 23 Minnesota -/- W , Record: 4-6-1, Big Ten (6th) Coach: John Jardine (6th) S 13 Michigan -/2 L ,022c S 20 South Dakota -/- W ,566 S 27 Missouri -/5 L ,222 O 4 Kansas -/- L ,097 O 11 Purdue -/- W ,406 O 18 Ohio State -/1 L ,820 O 25 Northwestern* -/- W ,902c N 1 Illinois -/- W ,868c N 8 Iowa -/- L ,650 N 15 Indiana -/- T ,317 N 22 Minnesota -/- L , Record: 5-6, 3-5 Big Ten (T-7th) Coach: John Jardine (7th) S 11 Michigan -/2 L ,347 S 18 North Dakota -/- W ,213 S 25 Washington State -/- W ,658 O 2 Kansas -/9 L ,350 O 9 Purdue -/- L ,111c O 16 Ohio State -/9 L ,579c O 23 Northwestern -/- W ,580 O 30 Illinois -/- L ,121 N 6 Iowa* -/- W ,521c N 13 Indiana -/- L ,518 N 20 Minnesota -/- W , Record: 5-6, 3-6 Big Ten (8th) Coach: John Jardine (8th) S 10 Indiana -/- W ,755 S 17 Northern Illinois -/- W ,475 S 24 Oregon -/- W ,755 O 1 Northwestern -/- W ,709 O 8 Illinois 19/- W ,661c O 15 Michigan 14/1 L ,892 O 22 Michigan State* -/- L ,203c O 29 Ohio State -/3 L ,837 N 5 Purdue -/- L ,322 N 12 Iowa -/- L ,723 N 19 Minnesota -/- L , Record: 5-4-2, Big Ten (6th) Coach: Dave McClain (1st) S 16 Richmond -/- W ,877 S 23 Northwestern -/- W ,960 S 30 Oregon -/- W ,988 O 7 Indiana -/- W ,266 O 14 Illinois -/- T ,160 O 21 Michigan -/9 L ,024c O 28 Michigan State -/- L ,144 N 4 Ohio State -/- L ,940c N 11 Purdue* -/- T ,986c N 18 Iowa -/- L ,444 N 25 Minnesota -/- W , Record: 4-7, 3-5 Big Ten (T-7th) Coach: Dave McClain (2nd) S 8 Purdue -/6 L ,002 S 15 Air Force -/- W ,466 S 22 UCLA -/20 L ,830c S 29 San Diego State -/- L ,633 O 6 Indiana -/- L ,188 O 13 Michigan State -/19 W ,083 O 20 Ohio State -/6 L ,585 O 27 Iowa* -/- L ,026c N 3 Michigan -/10 L ,952 N 10 Northwestern -/- W ,229 N 17 Minnesota -/- W , Record: 4-7, 3-5 Big Ten (T-6th) Coach: Dave McClain (3rd) S 13 Purdue -/20 L ,280 S 20 BYU -/- L ,496 S 27 UCLA -/16 L ,018 O 4 San Diego St.* -/- W ,340 O 11 Indiana -/- L ,029 O 18 Michigan State -/- W ,173 O 25 Ohio State -/10 L ,523c N 1 Iowa -/- L ,995 N 8 Michigan -/12 L ,560 N 15 Northwestern -/- W ,372 N 22 Minnesota -/- W , Record: 7-5, 6-3 Big Ten (T-3rd) Coach: Dave McClain (4th) S 12 Michigan -/1 W ,733 S 19 UCLA 20/9 L ,212 S 26 Western Mich.* -/- W ,196 O 3 Purdue -/- W ,603 O 10 Ohio State -/18 W ,973c O 17 Michigan State 14/- L ,352 O 24 Illinois -/- L ,413 O 31 Northwestern -/- W ,035 N 7 Indiana -/- W ,218 N 14 Iowa -/- L ,731c N 21 Minnesota -/- W ,125 Garden State Bowl East Rutherford, N.J. D 13 Tennessee -/- L ,

234 1982 Record: 7-5, 5-4 Big Ten (4th) Coach: Dave McClain (5th) S 11 Michigan -/12 L ,932 S 18 UCLA -/14 L ,974c S 25 Toledo* -/- W ,713 O 2 Purdue -/- W ,132 O 9 Ohio State -/- W ,234 O 16 Michigan State -/- W ,187c O 23 Illinois -/- L ,406c O 30 Northwestern -/- W ,388 N 6 Indiana -/- L ,355 N 13 Iowa -/- L ,500 N 20 Minnesota -/- W ,792 Independence Bowl Shreveport, La. D 11 Kansas State -/- W , Record: 7-4, 5-4 Big Ten (4th) Coach: Dave McClain (6th) S 10 Northern Illinois -/- W ,941 S 17 Missouri -/- W ,044 S 24 Michigan -/17 L ,708 O 1 Northwestern -/- W ,180 O 8 Illinois -/19 L ,307c O 15 Minnesota -/- W ,689 O 22 Indiana* -/- W ,199c O 29 Ohio State -/16 L ,203 N 5 Iowa -/15 L ,105 N 12 Purdue -/- W ,342 N 19 Michigan State -/- W , Record: 7-4-1, Big Ten (4th) Coach: Dave McClain (7th) S 8 Northern Illinois -/- W ,288 S 15 Missouri -/- W ,033 S 22 Michigan -/16 L ,239 S 29 Northwestern -/- W ,509c O 6 Illinois -/- L ,428 O 13 Minnesota* -/- L ,770c O 20 Indiana -/- W ,754 O 27 Ohio State -/6 W ,606c N 3 Iowa -/17 T ,255 N 10 Purdue -/- W ,292 N 17 Michigan State -/- W ,702 Hall of Fame Bowl Birmingham, Ala. D 29 Kentucky -/- L , Record: 5-6, 2-6 Big Ten (8th) Coach: Dave McClain (8th) S 14 Northern Illinois -/- W ,131 S 21 UNLV -/- W ,123 S 28 Wyoming -/- W ,129 O 5 Michigan -/5 L ,491 O 12 Iowa -/1 L ,023c O 19 Northwestern -/- L ,401c O 26 Illinois -/- L ,395 N 2 Indiana* -/- W ,605c N 9 Minnesota -/- L ,571 N 16 Ohio State -/3 W ,873 N 23 Michigan State -/- L , Record: 3-9, 2-6 Big Ten (T-8th) Coach: Jim Hilles (1st) S 6 Hawaii -/- L ,403 S 13 Northern Illinois -/- W ,294 S 20 UNLV -/- L ,207 S 27 Wyoming -/- L ,954 O 4 Michigan -/4 L ,898 O 11 Iowa -/10 L ,700 O 18 Northwestern -/- W ,462 O 25 Illinois* -/- W ,983 N 1 Indiana -/- L ,311 N 8 Minnesota -/- L ,164 N 15 Ohio State -/9 L ,020 N 22 Michigan State -/- L , Record: 3-8, 1-7 Big Ten (10th) Coach: Don Morton (1st) S 12 Hawaii -/- W ,509 S 19 Utah -/- L ,224 S 26 Ball State -/- W ,825 O 3 Michigan -/12 L ,410 O 10 Iowa -/- L ,645 O 17 Illinois -/- L ,040 O 24 Northwestern* -/- L ,012 O 31 Purdue -/- L ,000 N 7 Ohio State -/- W ,195 N 14 Minnesota -/- L ,412 N 21 Michigan State -/11 L , Record: 1-10, 1-7 Big Ten (T-9th) Coach: Don Morton (2nd) S 3 Western Mich. -/- L ,230 S 17 Northern Illinois -/- L ,869 S 24 Miami (Fla.) -/1 L ,311 O 1 Michigan -/19 L ,180 O 8 Iowa -/- L ,700 O 15 Illinois -/- L ,886 O 22 Northwestern -/- L ,013 O 29 Purdue* -/- L ,147 N 5 Ohio State -/- L ,032 N 12 Minnesota -/- W ,467 N 19 Michigan State -/- L , Record: 2-9, 1-7 Big Ten (9th) Coach: Don Morton (3rd) S 9 Miami (Fla.) -/3 L ,646 S 16 Toledo -/- W ,162 S 23 California -/- L ,000 O 7 Michigan -/5 L ,097 O 14 Iowa -/- L ,402 O 21 Northwestern* -/- W ,978 O 28 Illinois -/8 L ,856 N 4 Minnesota -/- L ,325 N 11 Indiana -/- L ,442 N 18 Ohio State -/22 L ,626 N 25 Michigan State -/- L ,776

235 1990 Record: 1-10, 0-8 Big Ten (10th) Coach: Barry Alvarez (1st) S 8 California -/- L ,980 S 15 Ball State -/- W ,698 S 22 Temple -/- L ,817 O 6 Michigan -/3 L ,359 O 13 Iowa -/25 L ,890 O 20 Northwestern -/- L ,966 O 27 Illinois* -/5 L ,746 N 3 Minnesota -/- L ,189 N 10 Indiana -/- L ,093 N 17 Ohio State -/18 L ,403 N 24 Michigan State -/24 L , Record: 5-6, 2-6 Big Ten (T-8th) Coach: Barry Alvarez (2nd) S 14 Western Illinois -/- W ,861 S 21 Iowa State -/- W ,710 S 28 Eastern Mich. -/- W ,356 O 5 Ohio State -/14 L ,221 O 12 Iowa -/- L ,053 O 19 Purdue -/- L ,650 O 26 Indiana* -/- L ,052 N 2 Illinois -/- L ,493 N 9 Michigan State -/- L ,074 N 16 Minnesota -/- W ,133 N 23 Northwestern -/- W , Record: 5-6, 3-5 Big Ten (T-6th) Coach: Barry Alvarez (3rd) S 12 Washington -/2 L ,800 S 19 Bowling Green -/- W ,758 S 26 Northern Illinois -/- W ,688 O 3 Ohio State -/12 W ,203 O 10 Iowa -/- L ,397 O 17 Purdue* -/- W ,573 O 24 Indiana -/- L ,142 O 31 Illinois -/- L ,293 N 7 Michigan State -/- L ,219 N 14 Minnesota -/- W ,754 N 21 Northwestern -/- L , BIG TEN CHAMPIONS Record: , Big Ten (T-1st) Coach: Barry Alvarez (4th) S 4 Nevada -/- W ,557 S 11 SMU -/- W ,013 S 18 Iowa State 24/- W ,745c S 25 Indiana 23/- W ,306 O 9 Northwestern* 21/- W ,745c O 16 Purdue 16/- W ,942 O 23 Minnesota 15/- L ,798 O 30 Michigan 21/24 W ,745c N 6 Ohio State 15/3 T ,745c N 11 Illinois 14/- W ,083 Coca-Cola Bowl Tokyo, Japan D 4 Michigan State 10/- W ,500 Rose Bowl Pasadena, Calif. J 1 UCLA 9/13 W , WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Record: 8-3-1, Big Ten (3rd) Coach: Barry Alvarez (5th) S 10 Eastern Mich. 10/- W ,745c S 17 Colorado 10/7 L ,457 S 24 Indiana 16/21 W ,745c O 1 Michigan State 15/- W forfeit 71,234 O 8 Northwestern 24/- W ,437 O 15 Purdue 23/- T ,745c O 22 Minnesota* -/- L ,745c O 29 Michigan -/10 W ,209 N 5 Ohio State -/- L ,340 N 12 Cincinnati -/- W ,245 N 19 Illinois -/- W ,745c Hall of Fame Bowl Tampa, Fla. J 2 Duke -/25 W , Record: 4-5-2, Big Ten (T-7th) Coach: Barry Alvarez (6th) S 2 Colorado 21/13 L ,015c S 16 Stanford -/- T ,510 S 23 SMU -/- W ,108c S 30 Penn State -/6 W ,540 O 14 Ohio State 21/4 L ,507c O 21 Northwestern 24/11 L ,256 O 28 Michigan State* -/- W ,043c N 4 Purdue -/- L ,125 N 11 Minnesota -/- W ,016 N 18 Iowa -/- L ,907c N 25 Illinois -/- T ,750c 1996 Record: 8-5, 3-5 Big Ten (7th) Coach: Barry Alvarez (7th) S 7 Eastern Mich. -/- W ,279 S 14 UNLV -/- W ,091 S 21 Stanford -/- W ,894c S 28 Penn State -/3 L ,607c O 12 Ohio State -/2 L ,215 O 19 Northwestern* -/14 L ,576c O 26 Michigan State -/- L ,217 N 2 Purdue -/- W ,330c N 9 Minnesota -/- W ,006c N 16 Iowa -/- L ,570 N 23 Illinois -/- W ,814 N 30 Hawaii -/- W ,819 Copper Bowl Tucson, Ariz. D 27 Utah -/- W , Record: 8-5, 5-3 Big Ten (5th) Coach: Barry Alvarez (8th) A 24 Syracuse^ 24/17 L ,185 S 6 Boise State -/- W ,209 S 13 San Jose State -/- W ,042 S 20 San Diego State -/- W ,864c S 27 Indiana -/- W ,211c O 4 Northwestern -/- W ,129 O 11 Illinois -/- W ,327c O 18 Purdue 24/- L ,252 O 25 Minnesota -/- W ,563 N 8 Iowa* -/12 W ,864c 233

236 N 15 Michigan 23/1 L ,806c N 22 Penn State 24/6 L ,934 Outback Bowl Tampa, Fla. J 1 Georgia -/11 L ,186 ^ at East Rutherford, N.J BIG TEN CHAMPIONS Record: 11-1, 7-1 Big Ten (T-1st) Coach: Barry Alvarez (9th) S 5 San Diego State 20/- W ,471 S 12 Ohio 17/- W ,676 S 19 UNLV 14/- W ,044 S 26 Northwestern 14/- W ,337c O 3 Indiana 13/- W ,328 O 10 Purdue* 12/- W ,782c O 17 Illinois 9/- W ,627 O 24 Iowa 9/- W ,397 N 7 Minnesota 8/- W ,767c N 14 Michigan 8/15 L ,217 N 21 Penn State 13/14 W ,964c Rose Bowl Pasadena, Calif. J 1 UCLA 9/6 W , BIG TEN CHAMPIONS Record: 10-2, 7-1 Big Ten (1st) Coach: Barry Alvarez (10th) S4 Murray State 9/- W ,527c S 11 Ball State 9/- W ,807 S 18 Cincinnati 8/- L ,721 S 25 Michigan 17/4 L ,037c O 2 Ohio State -/12 W ,524 O 9 Minnesota 20/25 W OT 63,108 O 16 Indiana* 18/- W ,243c O 23 Michigan State 16/11 W ,469c O 30 Northwestern 11/- W ,292 N 6 Purdue 10/17 W ,308 N 13 Iowa 9/- W ,404c Rose Bowl Pasadena, Calif. J 1 Stanford 4/22 W , Record: 9-4, 4-4 Big Ten (T-5th) Coach: Barry Alvarez (11th) A 31 Western Mich. 4/- W ,843c S 9 Oregon 5/- W ,521c S 16 Cincinnati 4/- W OT 78,749c S 23 Northwestern 7/- L OT 78,597c S 30 Michigan 14/9 L ,341 O 7 Ohio State 24/8 L ,045c O 14 Michigan State -/- W ,863 O 21 Purdue* -/17 L OT 79,048 O 28 Iowa -/- W ,560 N 4 Minnesota -/- W ,171c N 11 Indiana -/- W ,469 N 25 Hawaii -/- W ,313 Sun Bowl El Paso, Texas D 29 UCLA -/- W , Record: 5-7, 3-5 Big Ten (T-8th) Coach: Barry Alvarez (12th) A 25 Virginia 22/- W ,740c S 1 Oregon 22/7 L ,919 S 8 Fresno State 23/19 L ,506c S 22 Penn State -/- W ,253 S 29 W. Kentucky -/- W ,662 O 6 Indiana -/- L ,264c O 13 Ohio State -/21 W ,520 O 20 Illinois -/- L ,904 O 27 Michigan State* -/- L ,108c N 3 Iowa -/- W ,421c N 17 Michigan -/11 L ,633c N 24 Minnesota -/- L , Record: 8-6, 2-6 Big Ten (T-8th) Coach: Barry Alvarez (13th) A 23 Fresno State 25/- W ,136 A 31 UNLV -/- W ,075 S 7 West Virginia 25/- W ,320 S 14 Northern Illinois 22/- W ,460c S 21 Arizona 22/- W ,582c O 5 Penn State 19/20 L ,403c O 12 Indiana 23/- L ,156 O 19 Ohio State* -/4 L ,729c O 26 Michigan State -/- W ,507 N 2 Iowa -/9 L ,397 N 9 Illinois -/- L ,709c N 16 Michigan -/12 L ,412 N 23 Minnesota -/- W ,843c Alamo Bowl San Antonio, Texas D 28 Colorado -/14 W OT 50, Record: 7-6, 4-4 Big Ten (T-7th) Coach: Barry Alvarez (14th) A 30 West Virginia 21/- W ,663 S 6 Akron 18/- W ,401 S 13 UNLV 14/- L ,043c S 20 North Carolina -/- W ,439c S 27 Illinois -/- W ,495 O 4 Penn State -/- W ,851 O 11 Ohio State 23/3 W ,793c O 18 Purdue* 14/13 L ,541c O 25 Northwestern 20/- L ,233 N 8 Minnesota -/24 L ,543 N 15 Michigan State -/21 W ,256c N 22 Iowa -/17 L ,931c Music City Bowl Nashville, Tenn. D 31 Auburn -/- L , Record: 9-3, 6-2 Big Ten (3rd) Coach: Barry Alvarez (15th) S 4 UCF 21/- W ,116c S 11 UNLV 21/- W ,071c S 18 Arizona 20/- W ,275 S 25 Penn State 20/- W ,179c O 2 Illinois 20/- W ,306c O 9 Ohio State 15/18 W ,

237 O 16 Purdue 10/5 W ,196 O 23 Northwestern* 6/- W ,468c N 6 Minnesota 5/- W ,069c N 13 Michigan State 4/- L ,697 N 20 Iowa 9/17 L ,397 Outback Bowl Tampa, Fla. J 1 Georgia 16/8 L , Record: 10-3, 5-3 Big Ten (T-3rd) Coach: Barry Alvarez (16th) S 3 Bowling Green -/- W ,138c S 10 Temple -/- W ,806c S 18 North Carolina -/- W ,000 S 24 Michigan -/14 W ,022c O 1 Indiana 17/- W ,330c O 8 Northwestern 14/- L ,859 O 15 Minnesota 23/22 W ,089 O 22 Purdue* 19/- W ,828c O 29 Illinois 15/- W ,158 N 5 Penn State 14/10 L ,865 N 12 Iowa 19/- L ,184c N 25 Hawaii 24/- W ,031 Capital One Bowl Orlando, Fla. J 2 Auburn 21/7 W , Record: 12-1, 7-1 Big Ten (T-2nd) Coach: Bret Bielema (1st) S 2 Bowling Green^ -/- W ,307 S 9 Western Illinois -/- W ,845c S 16 San Diego State -/- W ,090c S 23 Michigan -/6 L ,058 S 30 Indiana -/- W ,142 O 7 Northwestern -/- W ,704c O 14 Minnesota* 25/- W ,010c O 21 Purdue 21/- W ,111 O 28 Illinois 17/- W ,300c N 4 Penn State 17/- W ,777c N 11 Iowa 16/- W ,585 N 18 Buffalo 12/- W ,850c Capital One Bowl Orlando, Fla. J 1 Arkansas 6/12 W ,774 ^ at Cleveland 2007 Record: 9-4, 5-3 Big Ten (4th) Coach: Bret Bielema (2nd) S 1 Washington State 7/- W ,547c S 8 UNLV 5/- W ,250 S 15 The Citadel 7/- W ,327c S 22 Iowa 9/- W ,630c S 29 Michigan State 9/- W ,164c O 6 Illinois 5/- L ,078 O 13 Penn State 19/- L ,754 O 20 Northern Illinois -/- W ,883c O 27 Indiana* -/- W ,324c N 3 Ohio State -/1 L ,449 N 10 Michigan -/13 W ,353c N 17 Minnesota 24/- W ,116 Outback Bowl Tampa, Fla. J 1 Tennessee 18/16 L , Record: 7-6, 3-5 Big Ten (T-6th) Coach: Bret Bielema (3rd) A 30 Akron 13/- W ,910c S 6 Marshall 11/- W ,396c S 13 Fresno State 10/21 W ,387 S 27 Michigan 9/- L ,833 O 4 Ohio State 18/14 L ,608c O 11 Penn State -/6 L ,524c O 18 Iowa -/- L ,585 O 25 Illinois* -/- W ,241c N 1 Michigan State -/21 L ,121 N 8 Indiana -/- W ,618 N 15 Minnesota -/- W ,228c N 22 Cal Poly -/- W OT 80,709c Champs Sports Bowl Orlando, Fla. D 27 Florida State -/- L , Record: 10-3, 5-3 Big Ten (T-4th) Coach: Bret Bielema (4th) S 5 Northern Illinois -/- W ,532c S 12 Fresno State -/- W OT 80,353c S 19 Wofford -/- W ,253 S 26 Michigan State -/- W ,123 O 3 Minnesota -/- W ,805 O 10 Ohio State -/9 L ,301 O 17 Iowa* -/11 L ,043c O 31 Purdue -/- W ,920 N 7 Indiana 24/- W ,611 N 14 Michigan 21/- W ,540c N 21 Northwestern 17/- L ,150 D 5 Hawaii -/- W ,018 Champs Sports Bowl Orlando, Fla. D29 Miami 24/14 W , BIG TEN CHAMPIONS Record: 11-2, 7-1 Big Ten (T-1st) Coach: Bret Bielema (5th) S 4 UNLV 12/- W ,107 S 11 San Jose State 11/- W ,469 S 18 Arizona State 11/- W ,332c S 25 Austin Peay 11/- W ,224 O 2 Michigan State 11/24 L ,108 O 9 Minnesota* 20/- W ,328c O 16 Ohio State 18/1 W ,194c O 23 Iowa 10/13 W ,585 N 6 Purdue 7/- W ,227 N 13 Indiana 6/- W ,477c N 20 Michigan 6/- W ,276 N 27 Northwestern 5/- W ,011 Rose Bowl Pasadena, Calif. J 1 TCU 4/3 L ,

238 2011 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS Record: 11-3, 6-2 Big Ten (T-1st Leaders) Coach: Bret Bielema (6th) S 1 UNLV 11/- W ,085 S 10 Oregon State 8/- W ,337c S 17 Northern Illinois^ 7/- W ,068 S 24 South Dakota 6/- W ,880 O 1 Nebraska 7/8 W ,384c O 15 Indiana* 4/- W ,732c O 22 Michigan State 4/15 L ,405 O 29 Ohio State 12/- L ,511 N 5 Purdue 19/- W ,566c N 12 Minnesota 16/- W ,158 N 19 Illinois 15/- W ,519 N 26 Penn State 15/20 W ,708 Big Ten Championship Game Indianapolis D 3 Michigan State 15/11 W ,152 Rose Bowl Pasadena, Calif. J 2 Oregon 9/6 L ,245 ^ at Chicago 2012 BIG TEN CHAMPIONS Record: 8-6, 4-4 Big Ten (3rd Leaders) Coach: Bret Bielema (7th) S 1 Northern Iowa 12/- W ,568 S 8 Oregon State 13/- L ,189 S 15 Utah State -/- W ,332 S 22 UTEP -/- W ,806 S 29 Nebraska -/22 L ,962 O 6 Illinois -/- W ,096 O 13 Purdue -/- W ,007 O 20 Minnesota -/- W ,587c O 27 Michigan State* -/- L OT 80,538c N 10 Indiana -/- W ,240 N 17 Ohio State -/6 L OT 80,112 N 24 Penn State -/- L OT 93,505 Big Ten Championship Game Indianapolis D 1 Nebraska -/12 W ,260 Rose Bowl Pasadena, Calif. J 1 Stanford -/6 L , Record: 9-4, 6-2 Big Ten (2nd Leaders) Coach: Gary Andersen (1st) A 31 UMass 23/- W ,306 S 7 Tennessee Tech 21/- W ,785 S 14 Arizona State 20/- L ,155 S 21 Purdue 24/- W ,772c S 28 Ohio State 23/4 L ,826 O 12 Northwestern* -/19 W ,411c O 19 Illinois 25/- W ,362 N 2 Iowa 22/- W ,812 N 9 BYU 21/- W ,191 N 16 Indiana 17/- W ,849 N 23 Minnesota 16/- W ,090 N 30 Penn State 14/- L ,064 Capital One Bowl Orlando, Fla. J 1 South Carolina 19/8 L , Record: 11-3, 7-1 Big Ten (1st West) Coach: Gary Andersen (2nd) A 30 LSU^ 14/13 L ,599 S 6 Western Illinois 18/- W ,125 S 20 Bowling Green 19/- W ,849 S 27 South Florida 19/- W ,111 O 4 Northwestern 17/- L ,013 O 11 Illinois -/- W ,341c O 25 Maryland -/- W ,336c N 1 Rutgers -/- W ,797 N 8 Purdue 25/- W ,068 N 15 Nebraska 22/11 W ,539c N 22 Iowa 14/- W ,610 N 29 Minnesota 14/22 W ,341c Big Ten Championship Game Indianapolis D 6 Ohio State 11/6 L ,229 Outback Bowl Tampa, Fla. J 1 Auburn 17/19 W OT 44,023 ^ at Houston, Texas 2015 Record: 10-3, 6-2 Big Ten (T-2nd West) Coach: Paul Chryst (1st) S 5 Alabama^ 20/3 L ,279 S 12 Miami (Ohio) 24/- W ,535 S 19 Troy 24/- W ,157 S 26 Hawai i 22/- W ,829c O 3 Iowa 19/- L ,933c O 10 Nebraska -/- W ,886 O 17 Purdue* -/- W ,794c O 24 Illinois -/- W ,438 O 31 Rutgers -/- W ,575 N 7 Maryland -/- W ,678 N 21 Northwestern 21/20 L ,276 N 28 Minnesota -/- W ,850 Holiday Bowl San Diego, Calif. D 30 USC 23/- W ,329 ^ at Arlington, Texas 2016 Record: 11-3, 7-2 Big Ten (1st West) Coach: Paul Chryst (2nd) S 3 LSU^ -/5 W ,823 S 10 Akron 10/- W ,331 S 17 Georgia State 9/- W ,883 S 24 Michigan State 11/8 W ,505 O 1 Michigan 8/4 L ,846 O 15 Ohio State 8/2 L OT 81,541c O 22 Iowa 10/- W ,585 O 29 Nebraska 11/7 W OT 80,833c N 5 Northwestern 8/- W ,016 N 12 Illinois* 7/- W ,340 N 19 Purdue 6/- W ,465 N 26 Minnesota 5/- W ,216 Big Ten Championship Game Indianapolis D 3 Penn State 6/8 L ,018 Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic Arlington, Texas J 2 Western Mich. 8/12 W ,615 ^ at Green Bay, Wis

239 NOTES Home games listed in bold Rankings listed indicate AP Top 25 rank at time of game Wisconsin s ranking listed first, followed by opponent s LEGEND * Homecoming game c Capacity crowd 237

240 All-Time Series Records Team W-L-T Air Force Akron Alabama Arizona Arizona State Arkansas Armour Auburn Austin Peay Ball State Beloit Boise State Bowling Green Bradley Buffalo BYU California Cal Poly Calumet Club Camp Grant Carleton Carlisle Indians Chicago Chicago AA Chicago P&S Cincinnati Citadel Coe (Iowa) Colgate Colorado Colorado College Columbia Company I Cornell (Iowa) Dixon (Illinois) Drake Duke Eastern Michigan Florida State Ft. Sheridan (Ill.) Franklin (Ind.) Fresno State Georgia Georgia State Great Lakes Grinnell (Iowa) Haskell Indians Team W-L-T Hawai i Hyde Park (Ill.) HS Illinois Indiana Iowa Iowa State Kansas Kansas State Kentucky Knox (Ill.) Lake Forest (Ill.) Lawrence LSU Madison (Wis.) HS Marquette Marshall Maryland Miami (Fla.) Miami (Ohio) Michigan Michigan State Milwaukee Medical Minnesota Missouri Murray State 1-0 Navy Nebraska Nevada New Mexico State North Central (Ill.) North Carolina North Dakota North Dakota State Northern Illinois Northern Iowa Northwestern Northwestern College Notre Dame Ohio Ohio State Oklahoma Oregon Oregon State Osteopaths Pennsylvania Penn State Pittsburgh Team W-L-T Purdue Rice Richmond Ripon (Wis.) Rush Medical Rutgers San Diego State San Jose State SMU South Carolina South Dakota South Dakota State South Florida Stanford Syracuse TCU Temple Tennessee Tennessee Tech Texas Toledo Troy UCF UCLA UMass UNLV Upper Iowa USC Utah Utah State UTEP UW Alumni UW Freshmen UW-Oshkosh UW-Platteville UW-Whitewater Virginia Washington Washington State West Virginia Western Illinois Western Kentucky Western Michigan Wofford Wyoming Yale

241 All-Time Series Scores WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Air Force (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W 38-0 Akron (3-0) At Madison: H 18/- W H 13/- W H 10/- W Alabama (1-1) At Madison: 1-0 Neutral: H -/- W ^ N 20/3 L ^ Arlington, Texas Arizona (2-0) At Madison: 1-0 At Tucson: H 22/- W A 20/- W 9-7 Arizona State (1-3) At Madison: 1-1 At Tempe: H -/- L A -/- L H 11/- W A 20/- L Arkansas (2-0) At Madison: 1-0 Neutral: H -/- W ^ N 6/12 W ^ Orlando, Fla. Armour (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W 32-4 Auburn (2-1-1) At Madison: Neutral: H -/- T ^ N -/- L N 21/7 W ! N 17/19 W (OT) ^ Nashville, Tenn. + Orlando, Fla.! Tampa, Fla. Austin Peay (1-0) At Madison: H 11/- W 70-3 Ball State (3-0) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- W H 9/- W Beloit (16-1) At Madison: 8-0 At Beloit: 3-1 Neutral: A -/- L A -/- W H -/- W H -/- W A -/- W A -/- W H -/- W ^ N -/- W ^ N -/- W ^ N -/- W ^ N -/- W ^ N -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W 21-0 ^ Milwaukee Boise State (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W Bowling Green (4-0) At Madison: 3-0 Neutral: H -/- W H -/- W ^ N -/- W H 19/- W ^ Cleveland Bradley (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W 33-6 Buffalo (1-0) At Madison: H 12/- W 35-3 BYU (1-1) At Madison: H -/- L H 21/- W Cal Poly (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W California (1-5) At Madison: 0-3 At Berkeley: A -/- W H -/8 L A -/9 L H -/10 L A -/- L H -/- L Calumet Club (0-1) Neutral: ^ N -/- L 0-27 ^ Milwaukee Camp Grant (1-2) At Madison: 1-1 Neutral: H -/- L H -/- W ^ N -/- L 7-10 ^ Rockford, Ill. Carleton (2-0) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- W 28-0 Carlisle Indians (0-1) Neutral: ^ N -/- L 8-18 ^ Chicago Coliseum Chicago ( ) At Madison: At Chicago: A -/- W A -/- L H -/- W A -/- W A -/- L H -/- L A -/- W A -/- W A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L

242 1905 H -/- L H -/- L A -/- T H -/- W A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H -/- T A -/- L H -/- W A -/- W A -/- W A -/- W A -/- L A -/- T A -/- L A -/- T A -/- W A -/- W A -/- L H -/- W A -/- W H -/- W A -/- W A -/- W A -/- T A -/- L H -/- L A -/- W 27-0 Chicago AA (1-2) At Madison: 1-0 At Chicago: 0-1 Neutral: ^ N -/- L H -/- W A -/- L 4-16 ^ Milwaukee Chicago P&S (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W 5-0 Cincinnati (3-1) At Madison: 3-0 At Cincinnati: H -/- W H -/- W A 8/- L H 4/- W (OT) Citadel (1-0) At Madison: H 7/- W Coe (2-0-1) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- T H -/- W Colgate (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W 13-6 Colorado (1-4-1) At Madison: At Boulder: 0-2 Neutral: H -/- T H -/19 L A 11/- L A 10/7 L H 21/13 L ^ N -/14 W (OT) ^ San Antonio, Texas Colorado College (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W 26-0 Columbia (0-1) At New York: A -/- L 6-7 Company I (1-0) Neutral: ^ N -/- W 16-0 ^ Marinette, Wis. Cornell (Iowa) (3-0) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W 49-0 Dixon (Ill.) (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W 76-0 Drake (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W 82-0 Duke (1-0) Neutral: ^ N -/25 W ^ Tampa, Fla. Eastern Michigan (3-0) At Madison: H -/- W H 10/- W H -/- W Florida State (0-1) Neutral: N -/- L ^ Orlando, Fla. Fort Sheridan (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W 45-0 Franklin (Ind.) (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W 35-0 Fresno State (3-1) At Madison: 2-1 At Fresno: H 23/19 L H 25/- W A 10/21 W H -/- W Georgia State (1-0) At Madison: H 9/- W Georgia (0-2) Neutral: ^ N -/11 L 6-33 Great Lakes (1-1-1) At Madison: 0-1 At Great Lakes, Ill.: (0-0-1) Neutral: ^ N 7/- W H -/16 L A -/- T 0-0 ^ Chicago Grinnell (Iowa) (4-0) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W 20-2 Haskell Indians (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W 13-0 Hawai i (6-1) At Madison: 2-0 At Honolulu: A -/- L H -/- W A -/- W A -/- W A 24/- W A -/- W H 22/- W 28-0

243 Hyde Park HS (2-0) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- W 24-5 Illinois ( ) At Madison: At Champaign: Neutral: H -/- T ^ N -/- W H -/- W A -/- W H -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/- T A -/- L H -/- L A -/- W H -/- W A -/- W H -/- L A -/- L A -/- W H -/- W A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H -/- W H -/- L H -/- T A 20/- L H -/- W A -/- T A -/15 W A -/8 L H 8/2 W H -/3 W A 14/- W H -/16 L A -/- T H -/15 W A 5/- W H 7/- L A -/- L H -/- W A 4/- W H -/8 L A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/- W A -/- W H -/- L A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H 19/- W A -/- T A -/- L H -/- L H -/19 L A -/- L A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H -/- L A -/8 L H -/5 L A -/- L H -/- L A 14/- W H -/- W H -/- T A -/- W H -/- W A 9/- W A -/- L H -/- L A -/- W H 20//- W A 15/- W H 17/- W A 5/- L H -/- W A 15/- W H -/- W A 25/- W H -/- W A -/- W H 7/- W 48-3 ^ Milwaukee Indiana ( ) At Madison: At Bloomington: Neutral: H -/- W A -/- W H -/- W ^ N -/- L H -/- W A -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- L H -/- W H -/- W A -/- L A -/- T H -/- L A -/- W H 10/- W A 15/- W A -/- W H -/- W A -/7 L H -/- L H -/- W A -/- W H -/- W A -/- L H -/- W A -/- W H -/- T A -/- L A -/- W H -/- W H -/- L A -/- L WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 1981 A -/- W H -/- L H -/- W A -/- W H -/- W A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L A 23/- W H 16/21 W H -/- W A 13/- W H 18/- W A -/- W H -/- L A 23/- L H 17/- W A -/- W H -/- W A -/- W A 24/- W H 6/- W H 4/- W A -/- W H 17/- W 51-3 Iowa ( ) At Madison: At Iowa City: H -/- W H -/- W A -/- W H -/- W A -/- W H -/- W H -/- L A -/- W H -/- W H -/- L A -/- W H -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H -/- W A -/- W H -/- L A -/- L H -/- W A 2/- L A -/- W H -/- W A -/- W H 15/- L H 19/- W A -/- L H -/- W A 15/- W H 8/- W A 12/- W H -/- W A 8/- L H 17/14 W A -/- L A 13/6 L

244 1958 H 4/13 L H -/9 W A 12/2 L A -/4 L H 10/- W A 2/- W H -/- W H -/- W A -/- W H -/- T A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L A -/- L H -/- W H -/- W A -/- W A -/- L H -/- W H -/- L A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/15 L A -/17 T H -/1 L A -/10 L H -/- L A -/- L H -/- L A -/25 L H -/- L A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/12 W A 9/- W H 9/- W A -/- W H -/- W A -/9 L H -/17 L A 9/17 L H 19/- L A 16/- W H 9/- W A -/- L H -/11 L A 10/13 W A 22/- W A 14/- W H 19/- L A 10/- W 17-9 Iowa State (7-0) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H 24/- W 28-7 Kansas (4-2) At Madison: 3-1 At Lawrence: H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W A -/- W H -/- L A -/9 L Kansas State (2-0) At Madison: 1-0 Neutral: H -/- W ^ N -/- W 14-3 ^ Shreveport, La. Kentucky (0-1) At Lexington: A -/- L Knox (Ill.) (2-0) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- W 54-6 Lake Forest (7-1) At Madison: 6-1 Neutral: H -/- L H -/- W ^ N -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W 45-0 ^ Milwaukee Lawrence (17-0-1) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- T H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W 53-6 LSU (1-3) At Madison: 0-1 At Baton Rouge: 0-1 Neutral: H -/18 L A -/- L ^ N 14/13 L ! N -/5 W ^ Houston, Texas! Green Bay, Wis. Madison HS (4-0) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W 21-0 Marquette (32-4) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- L H -/- L H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- L H -/- W H -/- L H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H 15/- W H 7/- W H 16/- W H 10/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H 9/- W H 12/- W H -/- W 35-6 Marshall (1-0) At Madison: H 11/- W

245 Maryland (2-0) At Madison: 1-0 At College Park: H -/- W A -/- W Miami (Fla.) (2-2) At Madison: 0-1 At Miami: 1-1 Neutral: A 14/15 W A -/1 L H -/3 L ^ N 24/14 W ^ Orlando, Fla. Miami (Ohio) (1-0) At Madison: H 24/- W 58-0 Michigan ( ) At Madison: At Ann Arbor: 7-28 Neutral: H -/- L A -/- W ^ N -/- W ^ N -/- L A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/- T A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/- L A -/- W A -/- L A -/- W H -/- L A -/4 L A -/5 L A -/10 L H 9/2 L A 16/- L A 10/- W H -/- W A -/- W A -/- L H -/- L H -/- L A -/4 L A -/20 L H -/5 L A -/4 L H -/3 L H -/2 L A -/2 L A 14/1 L H -/9 L A -/10 L H -/12 L H -/1 W A -/12 L H -/17 L A -/16 L A -/5 L H -/4 L A -/12 L H -/19 L A -/5 L H -/3 L H 21/24 W A -/10 W H 23/1 L A 8/15 L H 17/4 L A 14/9 L H -/11 L A -/12 L H -/14 W A -/6 L H -/13 W A 9/- L H 21/- W A 6/- W A 8/4 L 7-14 ^ Chicago Michigan State (23-30) At Madison: At East Lansing: 8-16 Neutral: H -/- L H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W A 5/- W H -/5 L A -/4 L H -/6 L A 8/- W H -/10 L A 8/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/19 L H -/- W A -/- L A -/- L H -/20 L H -/- L A -/- L H -/19 W A -/- W A 14/- L H -/- W H -/- W A -/- W H -/- L A -/- L H -/11 L A -/- L H -/- L A -/24 L H -/- L WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 1992 A -/- L ^ N 10/- W A 15/- W (Forfeit) 1995 H -/- W A -/- L H 16/11 W A -/- W H -/- L A -/- W H -/21 W A 4/- L H 9/- W A -/21 L H -/- W A 11/24 L A 4/15 L ! N 15/11 W H -/- L (OT) 2016 H 11/8 W 30-6 ^ Tokyo, Japan! Indianapolis Milwaukee Medical (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W 26-0 Minnesota ( ) At Madison: At Minneapolis: A -/- L A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H -/- W A -/- W H -/- W A -/- W A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L A -/- W H -/- T A -/- W H -/- L A -/- L H -/- T A -/- W H -/- L A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H -/- L A -/- W H -/- W A -/- W H -/- T H -/- T A -/- T H -/- L

246 1927 A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/2 L A -/7 L H 12/- L A -/- L H -/1 L A -/1 L H 7/- W A -/- L H -/- L A -/- W H -/- L A -/- L H -/15 L A -/- L H -/- W A 8/- W H 13/- T A 8/- T H 17/10 W A -/- L H -/7 T A 18/- W H 5/- W A 9/- W H -/4 L A -/3 W H 3/5 W A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H -/- W A -/- W H -/- W A -/- W H -/- W A -/- W H -/- L A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H -/- L A -/- W H -/- W A 15/- L H -/- L A -/- W H -/- W A -/- W H 8/- W A 20/25 W (OT) 2000 H -/- W A -/- L H -/- W A -/24 L H 5/- W A 23/22 W H 25/- W A 24/- W H -/- W A -/- W H 20/- W A 16/- W H -/- W A 16/- W H 14/22 W A -/- W H 5/- W Missouri (4-1) At Madison: 3-0 At Columbia: H -/- W H -/- W A -/5 L H -/- W A -/- W Murray State (1-0) At Madison: H 9/- W Navy (1-1) At Madison: 1-0 Neutral: ^ N -/2 L H -/18 W ^ Baltimore Nebraska (7-4) At Madison: 4-1 At Lincoln: 1-3 Neutral: ^ N -/- W A -/2 L H -/- L A -/2 L H -/4 W H 7/8 W A -/22 L ! N -/12 W H 22/11 W A -/- W H 11/7 W (OT) ^ Milwaukee! Indianapolis 244 Nevada (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W New Mexico State (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W North Central (2-0) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- W 49-0 North Carolina (2-0) At Madison: 1-0 At Chapel Hill: H -/- W A -/- W 14-5 North Dakota (2-0) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- W 45-9 North Dakota St. (3-0) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W 12-7 Northern Illinois (12-1) At Madison: 11-1 Neutral: H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- L H -/- W H 22/- W H -/- W H -/- W ^ N 7/- W 49-7 ^ Chicago Northern Iowa (1-0) At Madison: H 12/- W Northwestern ( ) At Madison: At Evanston: Neutral: ^ N -/- L ^ N -/- T ^ N -/- W 40-0

247 1892 A -/- W ^ N -/- W ^ N -/- W A -/- T A -/- W A -/- W H -/- W H -/- W N -/- T A -/- W H -/- T A -/- W H -/- W A -/- W H -/- W A -/- W H -/- L A -/- L A -/- L A -/- L A -/1 L H -/- L A /7 W A -/- L H -/4 L A -/- L A 7/- W H -/12 L A -/- W H -/- L A -/- L A -/- W H -/10 L A -/- W H -/9 W A 14/13 W H 18/- W A -/- W H 16/- W A -/- W H -/- L A -/- W H 7/4 W A 9/2 W H -/- L A -/- W H 8/1 W H -/- W A -/- L A -/- W H -/- T H -/- L A -/- L A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/- W H -/- W A -/- W H -/- W A -/- W H -/- W A -/- W H -/- W A -/- W H -/- W H -/- W A -/- W H -/- W H -/- L A -/- W H -/- L A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H 21/- W A 24/- W A 24/11 L H -/14 L A -/- W H 14/- W A 11/- W H 7/- L (2OT) 2003 A 20/- L H 6/- W A 14/- L H -/- W A 17/- L H 5/- W H -/19 W A 17/- L H 21/20 L A 8/- W 21-7 ^ Milwaukee + Chicago Notre Dame (6-8-2) At Madison: At Notre Dame: 1-3 Neutral: H -/- W ^ N -/- W ^ N -/- W H -/- T H -/- L H -/- W N -/- L A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/- T H -/1 L A -/1 L H -/- W A 6/- W H -/- L 7-31 ^ Milwaukee + Chicago Ohio (1-0) At Madison: H 17/- W 45-0 Ohio State ( ) At Madison: At Columbus: Neutral: H -/- W WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 1914 A -/- W H -/- W A -/- L H -/- L A -/- W H -/- L A -/- L A -/- T H -/- L A -/- T H -/- L A -/20 L H 6/1 W H 19/8 L A -/4 L H -/14 W A -/- L H -/- L A 15/2 L H -/9 T A 1/- L H -/- L A 4-Feb L H 15/- L A -/9 L H -/12 L A 13/2 T H 12/20 W A 11/9 L H -/6 L A 5/- L H 2/- L A -/1 L H -/- L A -/- L A -/- L H -/2 L A -/1 L H -/3 L A -/12 L H -/4 L H -/1 L A 13/1 L A -/1 L H -/9 L A -/3 L H -/- L A -/6 L H -/10 L H -/18 W A -/- W A -/16 L H -/6 W A -/3 W H -/9 L H -/- W A -/- L A -/22 L H -/18 L A -/14 L H -/12 W H 15/3 T A -/- L H 21/4 L A -/2 L A -/12 W H 24/8 L

248 2001 A -/21 W H -/4 L H 23/3 W A 15/18 W A -/1 L H 18/14 L A -/9 L H 18/1 W A 12/- L H -/6 L (OT) 2013 A 23/4 L ^ N 11/6 L H 8/2 L (OT) ^ Indianapolis Oklahoma (0-2) At Madison: 0-1 At Norman: H -/6 L A -/18 L 7-21 Oregon (3-2) At Madison: 2-0 At Eugene: 1-1 Neutral: A -/- W H -/- W H 5/- W A 22/7 L ^ N 9/6 L ^ Pasadena, Calif. Oregon State (2-1) At Madison: 2-0 At Corvallis: H -/- W H 8/- W A 13/- L 7-10 Osteopaths (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W 32-0 Pennsylvania (2-2) At Madison: 2-0 At Philadelphia: H -/- W A -/- L A 15/20 L H 9/- W 16-7 Penn State (9-9) At Madison: 6-4 At State College: 3-4 Neutral: H -/- W H -/16 W A -/6 W H -/3 L A 24/6 L H 13/14 W A -/- W H 19/20 L A -/- W H 20/- W A 14/10 L H 17/- W A 19/- L H -/6 L H 15/20 W A -/- L (OT) 2013 H 14/- L ^ N 6/8 L ^ Indianapolis Pittsburgh (0-3) At Madison: 0-2 At Pittsburgh: A 16/3 L H -/- L H -/- L Purdue ( ) At Madison: At West Lafayette: A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L (Forfeit) 1906 H -/- W A -/- W H -/- W A -/- T H -/- W A -/- W H -/- W A -/- T H -/- W A -/- T H -/- L A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H -/- T A -/- L H -/- T A -/- W H -/- W A 7/- W H -/4 L A -/- L H -/- L A 18/- W H -/- W H 20/- W A -/- W A -/- W H 2/5 W A 9/17 W H -/17 T A 16/- W H 6/13 W A 9/7 L H -/7 W H 5/- W A -/- L A -/- L H -/- L H -/- W A -/- L H -/- L A -/- W A -/- W H -/- L H -/- L H -/- T A -/6 L H -/20 L H -/- W A -/- W A -/- W H -/- W A -/- L H -/- L A -/- L H -/- W A 16/- W H 23/- T A -/- L H -/- W A 24/- L H 12/- W A 10/17 W H -/17 L (OT) 2003 H 14/13 L A 10/5 W H 19/- W A 21/- W H -/- W A 7/- W H 19/- W A -/- W H 24/- W A 25/- W H -/- W A 6/- W Rice (2-0) At Madison: 1-0 At Houston: A 18/- W H 3/11 W 13-7 Richmond (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W 7-6 Ripon (5-0) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W 22-0

249 Rush Medical (4-0) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W 17-0 Rutgers (2-0) At Madison: 1-0 At Piscataway: A -/- W H -/- W San Diego State (4-1) At Madison: 3-0 At San Diego: A -/- L H -/- W H -/- W A 20/- W H -/- W 14-0 San Jose State (2-0) At Madison: 1-0 At San Jose: A -/- W H 11/- W SMU (2-0) At Madison: 1-0 At Dallas: A -/- W H -/- W 42-0 South Carolina (0-1) Neutral: ^ N 19/8 L ^ Orlando, Fla. South Dakota (2-0) At Madison: H -/- W H 6/- W South Dakota St. (8-1) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W H -/- L H -/- W H -/- W 32-0\ South Florida (1-0) At Madison: H 19/- W Stanford (4-1-1) At Madison: At Stanford: Neutral: H 8/- W A -/- W A -/- T H -/- W ^ N 4/22 W ^ N -/6 L ^ Pasadena, Calif. Syracuse (1-3-1) At Madison: 1-2 At Syracuse: Neutral: H -/- L H -/- L A -/15 T H -/- W ^ N 24/17 L 0-34 ^ East Rutherford, N.J. TCU (0-1-1) At Madison: Neutral: H -/- T ^ N 4/3 L ^ Pasadena, Calif. Temple (1-1-0) At Madison: H -/- L H -/- W 65-0 Tennessee (0-2) Neutral: ^ N -/- L N 18/16 L ^ East Rutherford, N.J. + Tampa, Fla. Tennessee Tech (1-0) At Madison: H 21/- W 48-0 Texas (0-1) At Madison: H -/- L 7-17 Toledo (2-0) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- W WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Troy (1-0) At Madison: H 24/- W 28-3 UCF (1-0) At Madison: H 21/- W 34-6 UCLA (4-7) At Madison: 0-5 At Los Angeles: 1-2 Neutral: A 15/- W H 10/8 L A -/6 L H -/14 L H -/20 L A -/16 L H 20/9 L H -/14 L ^ N 9/13 W ^ N 9/6 W $ N -/- W ^ Pasadena, Calif. $ El Paso, Texas UMass (1-0) At Madison: H 23/- W 45-0 UNLV (8-2) At Madison: 4-1 At Las Vegas: H -/- W A -/- L A -/- W H 14/- W A -/- W H 14/- L H 21/- W A 5/- W A 12/- W H 11/- W Upper Iowa (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W 64-0 USC (1-6) At Madison: 0-2 At Los Angeles: 0-2 Neutral: ^ N 11/5 L A 6/16 L H -/10 L ^ N 2/1 L H -/- L A -/5 L N 25/- W ^ Pasadena, Calif. + San Diego, Calif. 247

250 Utah (2-1) At Madison: 1-1 Neutral: H -/- W H -/- L ^ N -/- W ^ Tucson, Ariz. Utah State (1-1) At Madison: H -/- L H -/- W UTEP (1-0) At Madison: H -/ Virginia (1-0) At Madison: H 22/- W Washington (0-4) At Madison: 0-1 At Seattle: 0-2 Neutral: ^ N 6/8 L A -/- L H -/- L A -/2 L ^ Pasadena, Calif. Washington State (2-0) At Madison: H -/- W H 7/- W West Virginia (4-0) At Madison: 3-0 At Morgantown: H -/- W H -/- W H 25/- W A 21/- W Western Illinois (3-0) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- W H 18/- W 37-3 Western Kentucky (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W 24-6 Western Michigan (4-1) At Madison: H 7/- W H -/- W H -/- L H 4/- W * N 8/12 W ^ Arlington, Texas Wisconsin Alumni (3-1) At Madison: H -/- L H -/- W H -/- W H -/- W 17-0 Wisconsin Freshmen (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W UW-Oshkosh (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W 52-0 UW-Platteville (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W 20-0 UW-Whitewater (2-0) At Madison: H -/- W H -/- W 22-0 Wofford (1-0) At Madison: H -/- W Wyoming (2-1) At Madison: 1-1 At Laramie: H -/- W A -/- W H -/- L Yale (1-2) At Madison: 0-1 At New Haven: A -/- L A -/12 W H -/- L

251 All-Time vs. Ranked Opponents (AP) 1936 (0-2) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher N 7 Northwestern -/1 L N 21 Minnesota -/2 L (0-2) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher O 23 Pittsburgh 16/3 L 0-21 N 20 Minnesota -/7 L (1-0) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher N 5 Northwestern -/7 W (0-2) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher O 19 Northwestern -/4 L 7-27 N 23 Minnesota -/1 L (0-2) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher N 8 Ohio State -/20 L N 22 Minnesota -/1 L (1-0) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher O 31 Ohio State* 6/1 W (0-4) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher O 16 Notre Dame -/1 L 0-50 O 30 Purdue -/4 L 0-32 N 6 Northwestern* -/12 L 0-41 N 13 Michigan -/4 L (0-4) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher O 14 Ohio State* 19/8 L 7-20 O 21 Notre Dame -/1 L O 28 Great Lakes -/16 L N 18 Michigan -/5 L (0-2) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher O 13 Ohio State -/4 L 0-12 N 17 Navy^ -/2 L 7-36 ^ Baltimore 1946 (1-1) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher O 12 Ohio State -/14 W 20-7 N 16 Michigan -/10 L (1-2) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher O 11 California -/8 L 7-48 O 18 Yale -/12 W 9-0 N 15 Michigan 9/2 L (0-3) Coach: Harry Stuhldreher O 9 California -/9 L N 6 Northwestern* -/10 L 7-16 N 20 Minnesota -/15 L (1-1) Coach: Ivy Williamson O 8 California -/10 L O 15 Navy -/18 W (2-2) Coach: Ivy Williamson O 7 Illinois -/15 W 7-6 O 28 Northwestern -/9 W N 11 Ohio State 15/2 L N 18 Pennsylvania 15/20 L (1-1-1) Coach: Ivy Williamson O 6 Illinois -/8 L O 13 Ohio State -/9 T 6-6 O 27 Northwestern 14/13 W (1-2) Coach: Ivy Williamson O 4 Illinois 8/2 W 20-6 O 25 UCLA 10/8 L 7-20 J 1 USC^ 11/5 L 0-7 ^ Pasadena, Calif (1-1) Coach: Ivy Williamson O 9 UCLA -/6 L 0-13 N 14 Illinois -/3 W (3-1) Coach: Ivy Williamson O 9 Rice 3/11 W 13-7 O 16 Purdue 2/5 W 20-6 O 23 Ohio State 2/4 L N 20 Minnesota 17/10 W (2-3) Coach: Ivy Williamson O 1 Iowa 17/14 W O 8 Purdue 9/17 W 9-0 O 14 USC 6/16 L O 29 Michigan St.* -/5 L 0-27 N 12 Illinois -/16 L (0-3-2) Coach: Milt Bruhn O 6 USC -/10 L 6-13 O 20 Purdue -/17 T 6-6 O 27 Ohio State -/9 L 0-21 N 3 Michigan St. -/4 L 0-33 N 24 Minnesota -/7 T (1-3) Coach: Milt Bruhn O 19 Iowa 13/6 L 7-21 O 26 Ohio State -/12 L N 2 Michigan St. -/6 L 7-21 N 16 Illinois* -/15 W (3-1-1) Coach: Milt Bruhn S 26 Miami (Fla.) 14/15 W 20-0 O 11 Purdue 6/13 W 31-6 O 18 Iowa 4/13 L 9-20 O 25 Ohio State 13/2 T 7-7 N 8 Northwestern* 7/4 W (3-2) Coach: Milt Bruhn O 10 Purdue 9/7 L 0-21 O 17 Iowa -/9 W O 24 Ohio State 12/20 W 12-3 N 7 Northwestern 9/2 W J 1 Washington^ 6/8 L 8-44 ^ Pasadena, Calif (1-3) Coach: Milt Bruhn O 8 Purdue -/7 W O 15 Iowa 12/2 L O 22 Ohio State 11/9 L 7-34 N 19 Minnesota -/4 L (1-3) Coach: Milt Bruhn S 30 Michigan St. -/10 L 0-20 O 21 Iowa -/4 L O 28 Ohio State* -/6 L N 25 Minnesota -/3 W (2-1) Coach: Milt Bruhn N 10 Northwestern* 8/1 W 37-6 N 24 Minnesota 3/5 W 14-9 J 1 USC^ 2/1 L ^ Pasadena, Calif. 249

252 1963 (0-1) Coach: Milt Bruhn N 16 Illinois -/8 L (0-1) Coach: Milt Bruhn O 24 Ohio State -/1 L (0-1) Coach: Milt Bruhn O 9 Nebraska -/2 L (0-1) Coach: Milt Bruhn S 24 USC -/5 L (0-1) Coach: John Coatta N 4 Indiana -/7 L (0-3) Coach: John Coatta O 5 Michigan St. -/19 L 0-39 N 9 Ohio State -/2 L 8-43 N 16 Michigan -/4 L (0-4) Coach: John Coatta S 20 Oklahoma -/6 L S 27 UCLA -/14 L N 1 Michigan -/20 L 7-35 N 8 Ohio State -/1 L (1-3) Coach: John Jardine S 19 Oklahoma -/18 L 7-21 O 3 Penn State -/16 W O 31 Michigan* -/5 L N 7 Ohio State -/3 L (0-2-1) Coach: John Jardine S 18 Syracuse -/15 T S 25 LSU -/18 L O 23 Ohio State -/12 L (0-1) Coach: John Jardine O 28 Ohio State -/4 L (0-4) Coach: John Jardine S 22 Colorado -/19 L S 29 Nebraska -/2 L O 13 Ohio State -/1 L 0-24 O 20 Michigan -/4 L (1-3) Coach: John Jardine S 21 Nebraska -/4 W O 12 Ohio State 13/1 L 7-52 O 19 Michigan -/3 L N 2 Michigan St.* 21/20 L (0-3) Coach: John Jardine S 13 Michigan -/2 L 6-23 S 27 Missouri -/5 L O 18 Ohio State -/1 L (0-3) Coach: John Jardine S 11 Michigan -/2 L O 2 Kansas -/9 L O 16 Ohio State -/9 L (0-2) Coach: John Jardine O 15 Michigan 14/1 L 0-56 O 29 Ohio State -/3 L (0-1) Coach: Dave McClain O 21 Michigan -/9 L (1-4) Coach: Dave McClain S 8 Purdue -/6 L S 22 UCLA -/20 L O 13 Michigan St. -/19 W O 20 Ohio State -/6 L 0-59 N 3 Michigan -/10 L (0-4) Coach: Dave McClain S 13 Purdue -/20 L 6-12 S 27 UCLA -/16 L 0-35 O 25 Ohio State -/10 L 0-21 N 8 Michigan -/12 L (2-1) Coach: Dave McClain S 12 Michigan -/1 W S 19 UCLA 20/9 L O 10 Ohio State -/18 W (0-2) Coach: Dave McClain S 11 Michigan -/12 L 9-20 S 18 UCLA -/14 L (0-4) Coach: Dave McClain S 24 Michigan -/17 L O 8 Illinois -/19 L O 29 Ohio State -/16 L N 5 Iowa -/15 L (1-1-1) Coach: Dave McClain S 22 Michigan -/16 L O 27 Ohio State -/6 W N 3 Iowa -/17 T (1-2) Coach: Dave McClain O 5 Michigan -/5 L 6-33 O 12 Iowa -/1 L N 16 Ohio State -/3 W (0-3) Coach: Jim Hilles O 4 Michigan -/4 L O 11 Iowa -/10 L 6-17 N 15 Ohio State -/9 L (0-2) Coach: Don Morton O 3 Michigan -/12 L 0-49 N 21 Michigan St. -/11 L (0-2) Coach: Don Morton S 24 Miami (Fla.) -/1 L 3-23 O 1 Michigan -/19 L (0-4) Coach: Don Morton S 9 Miami (Fla.) -/3 L 3-51 O 7 Michigan -/5 L 0-24 O 28 Illinois -/8 L 9-32 N 18 Ohio State -/22 L (0-5) Coach: Barry Alvarez O 6 Michigan -/3 L 3-41 O 13 Iowa -/25 L O 27 Illinois* -/5 L 3-21 N 17 Ohio State -/18 L N 24 Michigan St. -/24 L

253 1991 (0-1) Coach: Barry Alvarez O 5 Ohio State -/14 L (1-1) Coach: Barry Alvarez S 12 Washington -/2 L O 3 Ohio State -/12 W (2-0-1) Coach: Barry Alvarez O 30 Michigan 21/24 W N 6 Ohio State 15/3 T J 1 UCLA^ 9/13 W ^ Pasadena, Calif (3-1) Coach: Barry Alvarez S 17 Colorado 10/7 L S 24 Indiana 16/21 W O 29 Michigan -/10 W J 2 Duke^ -/25 W ^ Tampa, Fla (1-3) Coach: Barry Alvarez S 2 Colorado 21/13 L 7-43 S 30 Penn State -/6 W 17-9 O 14 Ohio State 21/4 L O 21 Northwestern 24/11 L (0-3) Coach: Barry Alvarez S 28 Penn State -/3 L O 12 Ohio State -/2 L O 19 Northwestern* -/14 L (1-4) Coach: Barry Alvarez A 24 Syracuse# 24/17 L 0-34 N 8 Iowa* -/12 W N 15 Michigan 23/1 L N 22 Penn State 24/6 L J 1 Georgia^ -/11 L 6-33 # East Rutherford, N.J. ^ Tampa, Fla (2-1) Coach: Barry Alvarez N 14 Michigan 8/15 L N 21 Penn State 13/14 W 24-3 J 1 UCLA^ 9/6 W ^ Pasadena, Calif (5-1) Coach: Barry Alvarez S 25 Michigan 17/4 L O 2 Ohio State -/12 W O 9 Minnesota 20/25 W O 23 Michigan St. 16/11 W N 6 Purdue 10/17 W J 1 Stanford^ 4/22 W 17-9 ^ Pasadena, Calif (0-3) Coach: Barry Alvarez S 30 Michigan 14/9 L O 7 Ohio State 24/8 L 7-23 O 21 Purdue* -/17 L (1-3) Coach: Barry Alvarez S 1 Oregon 22/7 L S 8 Fresno State 23/19 L O 13 Ohio State -/21 W N 17 Michigan -/11 L (1-4) Coach: Barry Alvarez O 5 Penn State 19/20 L O 19 Ohio State* -/4 L N 2 Iowa -/9 L 3-20 N 16 Michigan -/12 L D 28 Colorado^ -/14 W ^ San Antonio, Texas 2003 (2-3) Coach: Barry Alvarez O 11 Ohio State 23/3 W O 18 Purdue* 14/13 L N 8 Minnesota -/24 L N 15 Michigan St. -/21 W N 22 Iowa -/17 L (2-2) Coach: Barry Alvarez O 9 Ohio State 15/18 W O 16 Purdue 10/5 W N 20 Iowa 9/17 L 7-30 J 1 Georgia^ 16/8 L ^ Tampa, Fla (3-1) Coach: Barry Alvarez S 24 Michigan -/14 W O 15 Minnesota 23/22 W N 5 Penn State 14/10 L J 2 Auburn^ 21/7 W ^ Orlando, Fla (1-1) Coach: Bret Bielema S 23 Michigan -/6 L J 1 Arkansas^ 6/12 W ^ Orlando, Fla. WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK 2007 (1-2) Coach: Bret Bielema N 3 Ohio State -/1 L N 10 Michigan -/13 W J 1 Tennessee^ 18/16 L ^ Tampa, Fla (1-3) Coach: Bret Bielema S 13 Fresno State 10/21 W O 4 Ohio State 18/14 L O 11 Penn State -/6 L 7-48 N 1 Michigan St. -/21 L (1-2) Coach: Bret Bielema O 10 Ohio State -/9 L O 17 Iowa* -/11 L D 29 Miami^ 24/14 W ^ Orlando, Fla (2-2) Coach: Bret Bielema O 2 Michigan St. 11/24 L O 16 Ohio State 18/1 W O 23 Iowa 10/13 W J 1 TCU^ 4/3 L ^ Pasadena, Calif (3-2) Coach: Bret Bielema O 1 Nebraska 7/8 W O 22 Michigan St. 4/15 L N 26 Penn State 15/20 W 45-7 D 3 Michigan St.# 15/11 W J 2 Oregon^ 9/6 L # Indianapolis ^ Pasadena, Calif (1-3) Coach: Bret Bielema S 28 Nebraska -/22 L N 17 Ohio State -/6 L D 1 Nebraska# -/12 W J 1 Stanford^ -/6 L # Indianapolis ^ Pasadena, Calif (1-2) Coach: Gary Andersen S 28 Ohio State 23/4 L O 19 Northwestern* -/19 W 35-6 J 1 South Carolina^ 19/8 L ^ Orlando, Fla. 251

254 2014 (3-2) Coach: Gary Andersen A 30 LSU 14/13 L N 15 Nebraska 22/11 W N 29 Minnesota 14/22 W D 6 Ohio State# 11/6 L 0-59 J 1 Auburn^ 17/19 W # Indianapolis ^ Tampa, Fla (0-2) Coach: Paul Chryst S 5 Alabama^ 20/3 L N 28 Northwestern 21/20 L 7-13 ^ Arlington, Texas 2016 (4-3) Coach: Paul Chryst S 3 LSU^ -/5 W S 24 Michigan State 11/8 W 30-6 O 1 Michigan 8/4 L 7-14 O 15 Ohio State 8/2 L O 29 Nebraska 11/7 W D 3 Penn State# 6/8 L J 2 W. Michigan! 8/12 W ^ Green Bay, Wis. # Indianapolis! Arlington, Texas NOTES Home games listed in bold Rankings listed indicate AP Top 25 rank at time of game Wisconsin s ranking listed first, followed by opponent s UW vs. AP Top 25 All-time record vs. teams ranked in the Associated Press Top 25: Rank W-L-T vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # vs. # All-Time: Home: Away: Neutral: LEGEND * Homecoming game 252

255 Wisconsin in AP Top 25 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK The Badgers have been ranked as the nation s No. 1 squad once in their history. That was on Oct. 7, 1952, after a 20-6 win over Illinois. The Badgers lost the next week to Ohio State but went on to a record and a Rose Bowl berth Date Record Rank Oct th 1938 Date Record Rank Nov th Nov th 1942 Date Record Rank Oct th Oct th Oct th Nov nd Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov rd 1944 Date Record Rank Oct th 1946 Date Record Rank Oct th Oct th Nov th 1947 Date Record Rank Nov th Nov th 1950 Date Record Rank Oct th Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th 1951 Date Record Rank Pre th Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th 1952 Date Record Rank Pre 0-0 7th Sept th Oct st Oct th Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th 1953 Date Record Rank Sept th Nov th Nov th Nov th 1954 Date Record Rank Pre 0-0 9th Sept th Sept th Oct rd Oct nd Oct nd Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th 1955 Date Record Rank Pre th Sept th Oct th Oct th Oct th Date Record Rank Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Dec th 1958 Date Record Rank Pre th Sept th Sept th Oct th Oct th Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th 1959 Date Record Rank Pre 0-0 6th Sept th Sept th Oct th Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th 1960 Date Record Rank Oct th Oct th 1961 Date Record Rank Nov th 1962 Date Record Rank Oct th Oct th Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov rd Nov nd Dec nd 1963 Date Record Rank Pre 0-0 7th Sept th Sept th Oct th Oct nd Oct nd Oct th 1974 Date Record Rank Sept th Oct th Oct th Nov th Dec th 1977 Date Record Rank Oct th Oct th 1981 Date Record Rank Sept th Oct th 1984 Date Record Rank Dec th 1993 Date Record Rank Sept th Sept rd Sept nd Oct st Oct th Oct th Oct st Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th Jan th 1994 Date Record Rank Pre th Sept th Sept th Sept th Sept th Oct th Oct rd 253

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258 Wisconsin in USA Today Coaches Poll 1993 Date Record Rank Sept th Sept nd Sept th Oct th Oct th Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th Jan th 1994 Date Record Rank Pre th Sept th Sept th Sept th Sept th Oct nd Oct th 1995 Date Record Rank Pre nd Oct th 1997 Date Record Rank Pre th Oct th Nov th Nov th 1998 Date Record Rank Pre th Sept th Sept th Sept th Sept th Oct th Oct th Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th Jan th Date Record Rank Pre th Sept th Sept th Sept th Oct th Oct th Oct th Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th Jan th 2000 Date Record Rank Pre 0-0 5th Sept th Sept th Sept th Sept th Oct nd Jan th 2001 Date Record Rank Pre rd Aug rd Sept rd 2002 Date Record Rank Pre rd Aug th Sept st Sept th Sept th Sept th Sept th Oct nd 2003 Date Record Rank Pre th Aug th Aug th Sept th Oct nd Oct th Oct th Date Record Rank Pre nd Aug nd Sept nd Sept st Sept th Sept th Oct th Oct th Oct th Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th Jan th 2005 Date Record Rank Sept th Sept th Oct th Oct rd Oct th Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov nd Nov th Dec th Jan th 2006 Date Record Rank Oct nd Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th Jan th 2007 Date Record Rank Pre 0-0 7th Sept th Sept th Sept th Sept th Sept th Oct th Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th Jan st 2008 Date Record Rank Pre th Aug th Sept th Sept th Sept th Sept th Oct th 2009 Date Record Rank Oct th Nov nd Nov th Nov th Dec nd Jan th 2010 Date Record Rank Pre th Sept th Sept th Sept th Sept th Oct th Oct th Oct th Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th Jan T8th 2011 Date Record Rank Pre th Sept th Sept th Sept th Sept th Oct th Oct th Oct th Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th Jan th

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260 Wisconsin in BCS/CFP Standings 1998 (BCS) Date Record Rank Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th 1999 (BCS) Date Record Rank Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th 2004 (BCS) Date Record Rank Oct th Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th 2005 (BCS) Date Record Rank Oct th Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th 2006 (BCS) Date Record Rank Oct st Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th 2007 (BCS) Date Record Rank Oct st Nov th Nov st Nov th Dec th 2009 (BCS) Date Record Rank Oct st Nov st Nov th Nov th Dec th 2010 (BCS) Date Record Rank Oct th Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th 2011 (BCS) Date Record Rank Oct th Oct th Oct th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th 2012 (BCS) Date Record Rank Oct th 2013 (BCS) Date Record Rank Oct th Nov th Nov nd Nov th Nov th Dec st Dec th WINNINGEST FBS TEAMS, BCS ERA Team Pct. Record 1. Boise State Ohio State Oklahoma Texas Oregon Virginia Tech USC Florida State LSU Georgia TCU Florida Wisconsin Miami (Fla.) Alabama During the 16-year run of the Bowl Championship Series, the Badgers won 146 games, the 12th-most of any FBS team. The Badgers were one of just 13 programs to win at least 70 percent of their games during the BCS era. Among Big Ten programs, only Ohio State had more wins (161) and a better winning percentage (.793) from 1998 to Wisconsin s five Rose Bowls in the BCS era matched USC for the most appearances in Pasadena by any team. No other Big Ten team played in more than three Rose Bowls in that span (CFP) Date Record Rank Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th 2015 (CFP) Date Record Rank Nov th Nov th 2016 (CFP) Date Record Rank Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Nov th Dec th 258

261 Weather Conditions WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Warmest Games Since 1950 Date Opponent Site Result Temperature, Wind, Conditions Sept. 8, 2007 UNLV Las Vegas, Nev. W deg., SSE3, partly cloudy Sept. 13, 2013 Arizona State Tempe, Ariz. L deg., N8, mostly clear Aug. 31, 2002 UNLV Las Vegas, Nev. W deg., SW11, cloudy Sept. 4, 2010 UNLV Las Vegas, Nev. W deg., WSW 13, Clear Sept. 11, 1993 SMU Dallas, Texas W deg., S10, clear, humidty 30% Oct. 2, 1976 Kansas Lawrence, Kan. L deg., SW5, clear and sunny Sept. 1, 2011 UNLV Madison, Wis. W deg., S12, Clear Sept. 24, 1988 Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. L deg., E15, partly sunny, humidity 55% Sept. 18, 2005 North Carolina Chapel Hill, N.C. W deg., WSW5, partly cloudy Sept. 18, 2004 Arizona Tucson, Ariz. W deg., 8, high clouds Aug. 31, 2000 Western Michigan Madison, Wis. W deg., S8, clear Oct. 2, 1971 Northwestern Evanston, Ill. L deg., S11, humidity 48% Sept. 26, 1958 Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. W deg., S8 Coldest Games Since 1950 Date Opponent Site Result Temperature, Wind, Conditions Nov. 21, 1964 Minnesota Madison, Wis. W deg., WSW15-20, sunny Nov. 24, 1951 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. W deg., SW7 Nov. 25, 1950 Minnesota Madison, Wis. W deg., wind, clear Nov. 23, 2013 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. W deg., NW13, clear and cold Nov. 14, 1959 Illinois Madison, Wis. L deg., NW12, clear and cold Nov. 3, 1951 Indiana Madison, Wis. W deg., N 25-30, 0 wind chill Sept. 28, 1985 Wyoming Laramie, Wyo. W deg., E10-14, overcast Nov. 22, 1975 Minnesota Minneapolis, Minn. L deg., S5, clear Nov. 24, 1956 Minnesota Madison, Wis. T deg., SSE19, overcast Nov. 15, 2014 Nebraska Madison, Wis. W deg., W5, overcast Nov. 23, 1985 Michigan State Madison, Wis. L deg., W10-15, snowing Nov. 2, 1991 Illinois Champaign, Ill. L deg., SW20, -16 wind chill Nov. 10, 1979 Northwestern Madison, Wis. W deg., NNW10-15, partly cloudy Nov. 15, 1969 Illinois Madison, Wis. W deg., wind, partly cloudy Nov. 9, 1957 Northwestern Evanston, Ill. W deg., sunny Nov. 17, 1951 Iowa Madison, Wis. W deg., NNW20 259

262 Biggest Comebacks Listed below are games (since 1946) in which Wisconsin erased deficits of at least 14 points. These are not necessarily fourth-quarter comebacks, but games in which the Badgers came back to win or tie after trailing by at least 14 points at some point during a contest. Date Opponent Trailed Deficit Time Final Nov. 29, 2014 Minnesota :48 2nd Nov. 15, 2014 Nebraska :12 2nd Nov. 19, 2011 at Illinois :21 1st Sept. 12, 2009 Fresno State :21 2nd Nov. 15, 2008 Minnesota :17 2nd Sept. 6, 2008 Marshall :34 2nd Oct. 28, 2006 Illinois :45 2nd Oct. 13, 2001 at Ohio State :27 2nd Oct. 2, 1999 at Ohio State :23 2nd Sept. 26, 1992 Northern Illinois :41 4th Nov. 23, 1991 Northwestern :52 2nd Nov. 2, 1985 Indiana :04 2nd Sept. 15, 1984 Missouri :42 3rd Oct. 2, 1982 Purdue :39 3rd Nov. 17, 1979 Minnesota :34 1st Nov. 11, 1978 Purdue :42 3rd (T) Nov. 6, 1976 Iowa :46 1st Oct. 11, 1975 Purdue :23 2nd Nov. 17, 1973 Northwestern :06 1st Nov. 14, 1970 Illinois :30 1st Oct. 11, 1969 Iowa :11 3rd Night Games Overall: Home: 14-6 Away: Neutral: 7-5 Year Opponent Score 1896 *Carlisle Indians L at UCLA L 0-13 at USC L at Miami W at USC L at Arizona St. L at LSU L at Oregon W at San Diego St. L Kansas State W at Minnesota W Kentucky L at Minnesota L at Hawaii L at UNLV L 7-17 Michigan L at Minnesota L at Miami L at Minnesota L at Minnesota L at SMU W at Minnesota L at Colorado L Colorado L 7-43 at Penn State W 17-9 at Minnesota W at UNLV W at Hawaii W ##Utah W at Northwestern W at San Diego St. W Purdue W Western Mich. W 19-7 at Hawaii W at Oregon L Fresno State W at UNLV W 27-7 at Michigan St. W **vs. Colorado W Ohio State W at North Carolina W 14-5 Michigan W #Bowling Green W at UNLV W Iowa W at Fresno State W Ohio State L Penn State L Northern Illinois W at Hawaii W $Miami W at UNLV W Ohio State W UNLV W Nebraska W at Michigan St. L at Ohio State L 29-33!vs. Michigan St. W Utah State W at Nebraska L 27-30!vs Nebraska W at Arizona State L at Ohio State L at Illinois W ^vs. LSU L 24-28!vs. Ohio State L vs. Alabama L Hawai i W 28-0 %vs. USC W Ohio State L OT Nebraska W OT!vs. Penn State L * at Chicago Coliseum ** at Alamodome (San Antonio, Texas) # at Cleveland Browns Stadium (Cleveland, Ohio) ^ at NRG Stadium (Houston) + at AT&T Stadium (Arlington, Texas) ## Copper Bowl (Tucson, Ariz.) $ Champs Sports Bowl (Orlando, Fla.)! Big Ten Championship (Indianapolis) % Holiday Bowl (San Diego, Calif.)

263 Fourth-Quarter Comeback Wins 261 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Date Opponent Trailed Winning Play Time Final 11/26/2016 Minnesota Corey Clement 2-yd run 11: /17/2016 Georgia State Kyle Penniston 1-yd pass from Alex Hornibrook 7: /3/2016 vs. LSU Rafael Gaglianone 47-yd FG 3: /30/2015 USC Rafael Gaglianone 29-yd FG 2: /10/2015 Nebraska Rafael Gaglianone 46-yd FG 0: /1/2015 Auburn 21-24, Rafael Gaglianone 25-yd FG OT /3/2011 Michigan State Montee Ball 7-yd run 3: /23/2010 Iowa Philip Welch PAT (after Montee Ball 8-yd run) 1: /22/2008 Cal Poly Philip Welch PAT (after John Clay 6-yd run) OT /15/2008 Minnesota John Clay 5-yd run 6: /8/2007 UNLV 9-10, Tyler Donovan 29-yd run 1: /28/2006 Illinois Andy Crooks 22-yd pass from John Stocco 14: (Crooks recovered his own fumble in end zone for TD) 10/15/2005 at Minnesota 17-27, Ben Strickland recovered blocked punt 0: in end zone for TD (blocked by Jonathan Casillas) 9/24/2005 Michigan 6-13 John Stocco 4-yd run 0: /16/2004 at Purdue 7-17 Scott Starks 40-yd fumble recovery 2: /18/2004 at Arizona 0-7 Mike Allen 23-yd FG 3: /30/2003 at West Virginia Anthony Davis 1-yd run 2: /28/2002 Colorado Mike Allen 37-yd FG OT /23/2002 Minnesota Brooks Bollinger 1-yd run 10: /14/2002 Northern Illinois Brooks Bollinger 2-yd run 01: /23/2002 Fresno State Mike Allen 34-yd FG 02: /13/2001 Ohio State Mark Neuser 33-yd FG 02: /29/2000 UCLA Vitaly Pisetsky PAT 08: (after Michael Bennett 6-yd run) 9/16/2000 Cincinnati Eddie Faulkner 16-yd run OT /9/2000 Oregon Brooks Bollinger 1-yd run 05: /9/1999 at Minnesota Vitaly Pisetsky 31-yd FG OT /3/1998 at Indiana Ron Dayne 4-yd run 10: /5/1998 San Diego State Mike Samuel 47-yd run 11: /25/1997 at Minnesota Ron Dayne 1-yd run 07: /4/1997 at Northwestern Matt Davenport 48-yd FG 00: /27/1997 Indiana Matt Davenport 43-yd FG 00: /6/1997 Boise State Mike Samuel 12-yd run 00: /11/1993 at SMU J.C. Dawkins 25-yd pass from Darrell Bevell 06: /17/1992 Purdue 9-16 Rich Thompson 49-yd FG 00: /26/1992 Northern Illinois 3-17 Brent Moss 11-yd run 02: /7/1987 Ohio State Todd Gregoire 41-yd FG 10: /21/1985 UNLV Todd Gregoire 20-yd FG 03: /15/1984 at Missouri 7-28 Marck Harrison 21-yd run 05: /12/1983 at Purdue Randy Wright 8-yd run 06: /2/1982 at Purdue Jim Melka 32-yd punt blocked return 00: /21/1981 at Minnesota Michael Jones 7-yd pass from Randy Wright 01: /3/1981 Purdue 0-7 Dave Mohapp 5-yd run 10: /30/1978 Oregon 7-19 Kevin Cohee 4-yd run 01: /23/1976 at Northwestern Larry Canada 1-yd run 00: /11/1975 at Purdue 6-14 Vince Lamia 40-yd FG 00: /21/1974 Nebraska 7-17 Jeff Mack 77-yd pass from Gregg Bohlig 03: /17/1973 Northwestern Rodney Rhodes 5-yd pass from Gregg Bohlig 00: /7/1972 Northwestern 7-14 Jeff Mack 51-yd pass from Rudy Steiner 09: /6/1971 Purdue 7-10 Alan Thompson 3-yd run 00: /14/1970 at Illinois Al Hannah 5-yd pass from Neil Graff 10: /11/1969 Iowa 0-17 Randall Marks 17-yd pass from Neil Graff 02: /19/1966 Minnesota 0-6 Tom Schinke PAT 13: (after Tom McCauley 3-yd pass from John Ryan) 10/2/1965 Iowa 7-13 Louis Jung 42-yd pass from Charles Burt 03: /28/1963 at Notre Dame 7-9 Ralph Kurek 1-yd run 01: /24/1962 Minnesota 7-9 Ralph Kurek 2-yd run 01: /29/1960 Michigan 6-13 Jim Bakken 19-yd FG 01: /21/1959 at Minnesota 3-7 Dale Hackbart 1-yd run 06: /13/1954 at Illinois 7-14 Robert Gingrass 3-yd run 06: /31/1953 Iowa 3-6 Harland Carl 38-yd pass from Jim Miller 07: /9/1954 Rice 6-7 Alan Ameche 1-yd run 00: /2/1948 Illinois Clarence Self 2-yd run 12:

264 Shutouts Date Opponent Score UW Coach Sept. 26, 2015 Hawai i 28-0 Chryst Sept. 12, 2015 Miami (Ohio) 58-0 Chryst Nov. 1, 2014 Rutgers 37-0 Andersen Sept. 7, 2013 Tennessee Tech 48-0 Andersen Aug. 31, 2013 UMass 45-0 Andersen Sept. 10, 2011 Oregon State 35-0 Bielema Oct. 31, 2009 Purdue 37-0 Bielema Sept. 16, 2006 San Diego State 14-0 Bielema Sept. 10, 2005 Temple 65-0 Alvarez Oct. 16, 1999 Indiana 59-0 Alvarez Oct. 24, 1998 at Iowa 31-0 Alvarez Sept. 12, 1998 Ohio 45-0 Alvarez Sept. 21, 1996 Stanford 14-0 Alvarez Sept. 23, 1995 SMU 42-0 Alvarez Sept. 10, 1994 Eastern Michigan 56-0 Alvarez Nov. 19, 1983 Michigan State 32-0 McClain Oct. 1, 1983 at Northwestern 49-0 McClain Nov. 20, 1982 Minnesota 24-0 McClain Oct. 9, 1982 at Ohio State 6-0 McClain Oct. 31, 1981 Northwestern 52-0 McClain Sept. 15, 1979 Air Force 38-0 McClain Oct. 8, 1977 Illinois 26-0 Jardine Sept. 11, 1971 Northern Illinois 31-0 Jardine Oct. 1, 1966 at Iowa 7-0 Bruhn Sept. 18, 1965 Colorado 0-0 Bruhn Sept. 21, 1963 Western Mich Bruhn Sept. 23, 1961 Utah 7-0 Bruhn Oct. 4, 1958 Marquette 50-0 Bruhn Sept. 26, 1958 at Miami (Fla.) 20-0 Bruhn Sept. 29, 1956 Marquette 41-0 Bruhn Oct. 8, 1955 at Purdue 9-0 Williamson Nov. 20, 1954 Minnesota 27-0 Williamson Oct. 2, 1954 at Michigan State 6-0 Williamson Sept. 26, 1953 Penn State 20-0 Williamson Nov. 3, 1951 Indiana 6-0 Williamson Oct. 27, 1951 at Northwestern 41-0 Williamson Nov. 25, 1950 Minnesota 14-0 Williamson Oct. 14, 1950 at Iowa 14-0 Williamson Sept. 24, 1949 Marquette 41-0 Williamson Nov. 13, 1948 Marquette 26-0 Stuhldreher Nov. 1, 1947 at Northwestern 29-0 Stuhldreher Oct. 18, 1947 at Yale 9-0 Stuhldreher Sept. 21, 1946 Marquette 34-0 Stuhldreher Sept. 22, 1945 at Great Lakes 0-0 Stuhldreher Oct. 24, 1942 at Purdue 13-0 Stuhldreher Sept. 19, 1942 Camp Grant 7-0 Stuhldreher Nov. 15, 1941 Purdue 13-0 Stuhldreher Oct. 18, 1941 Iowa 23-0 Stuhldreher Oct. 29, 1938 Indiana 6-0 Stuhldreher Oct. 1, 1938 Marquette 27-0 Stuhldreher Oct. 9, 1937 at Chicago 27-0 Stuhldreher Oct. 2, 1937 Marquette 12-0 Stuhldreher Sept. 25, 1937 South Dakota St Stuhldreher Date Opponent Score UW Coach Nov. 9, 1935 Purdue 8-0 Spears Nov. 10, 1934 at Michigan 10-0 Spears Oct. 6, 1934 Marquette 3-0 Spears Nov. 4, 1933 at Chicago 0-0 Spears Oct. 7, 1933 Marquette 19-0 Spears Oct. 22, 1932 Coe 39-0 Spears Oct. 8, 1932 Iowa 34-0 Spears Nov. 22, 1930 Minnesota 14-0 Thistlethwaite Nov. 1, 1930 at Ohio State 0-0 Thistlethwaite Oct. 18, 1930 Pennsylvania 27-0 Thistlethwaite Oct. 11, 1930 Chicago 34-0 Thistlethwaite Oct. 4, 1930 Carleton 28-0 Thistlethwaite Sept. 28, 1929 South Dakota St Thistlethwaite Sept. 28, 1929 Ripon 22-0 Thistlethwaite Nov. 17, 1928 at Iowa 13-0 Thistlethwaite Nov. 10, 1928 Chicago 25-0 Thistlethwaite Nov. 3, 1928 Alabama 15-0 Thistlethwaite Oct. 27, 1928 at Michigan 7-0 Thistlethwaite Oct. 13, 1928 Cornell 49-0 Thistlethwaite Oct. 16, 1926 at Purdue 0-0 Little Oct. 9, 1926 Kansas 13-0 Little Oct. 2, 1926 Cornell 38-0 Little Nov. 7, 1925 at Iowa 6-0 Little Oct. 24, 1925 Purdue 7-0 Little Oct. 10, 1925 Franklin 35-0 Little Oct. 3, 1925 Iowa State 30-0 Little Nov. 22, 1924 at Chicago 0-0 Ryan Oct. 4, 1924 Iowa State 17-0 Ryan Sept. 27, 1924 North Dakota St Ryan Oct. 27, 1923 Minnesota 0-0 Ryan Oct. 20, 1923 at Indiana 52-0 Ryan Oct. 13, 1923 Michigan State 21-0 Ryan Nov. 25, 1922 at Chicago 0-0 Richards Nov. 4, 1922 at Minnesota 14-0 Richards Oct. 21, 1922 Indiana 20-0 Richards Oct. 7, 1922 Carleton 41-0 Richards Oct. 29, 1921 Minnesota 35-0 Richards Oct. 22, 1921 at Illinois 20-0 Richards Oct. 15, 1921 at Northwestern 27-0 Richards Oct. 1, 1921 Lawrence 28-0 Richards Nov. 20, 1920 at Chicago 3-0 Richards Nov. 6, 1920 at Minnesota 3-0 Richards Oct. 9, 1920 Michigan State 27-0 Richards Oct. 2, 1920 Lawrence 60-0 Richards Oct. 11, 1919 Marquette 13-0 Richards Oct. 4, 1919 Ripon 37-0 Richards Nov. 2, 1918 Beloit 21-0 Lowman Nov. 24, 1917 at Chicago 18-0 Richards Oct. 27, 1917 Iowa 20-0 Richards Oct. 6, 1917 Beloit 34-0 Richards Nov. 25, 1916 Illinois 0-0 Withington Oct. 21, 1916 Haskell Indians 13-0 Withington Oct. 7, 1916 Lawrence 20-0 Withington

265 Date Opponent Score UW Coach Oct. 23, 1915 Ohio State 21-0 Juneau Oct. 8, 1915 Marquette 85-0 Juneau Oct. 2, 1915 Lawrence 82-0 Juneau Oct. 31, 1914 Chicago 0-0 Juneau Oct. 10, 1914 Marquette 48-0 Juneau Oct. 3, 1914 Lawrence 21-0 Juneau Nov. 8, 1913 Ohio State 12-0 Juneau Oct. 11, 1913 Marquette 13-0 Juneau Nov. 16, 1912 at Minnesota 14-0 Juneau Oct. 19, 1912 Purdue 41-0 Juneau Oct. 12, 1912 Northwestern 56-0 Juneau Oct. 5, 1912 Lawrence 13-0 Juneau Nov. 4, 1911 Iowa 12-0 Richards Oct. 21, 1911 Colorado College 26-0 Richards Oct. 14, 1911 Ripon 24-0 Richards Oct. 7, 1911 Lawrence 15-0 Richards Nov. 19, 1910 Chicago 10-0 Barry Oct. 29, 1910 Northwestern 0-0 Barry Oct. 9, 1909 Lawrence 22-0 Barry Nov. 7, 1908 at Minnesota 5-0 Barry Oct. 17, 1908 at Indiana 16-0 Barry Oct. 10, 1908 Lawrence 35-0 Barry Oct. 20, 1906 North Dakota 10-0 Hutchins Oct. 13, 1906 Lawrence 5-0 Hutchins Nov. 4, 1905 Beloit 44-0 King Oct. 28, 1905 UW-Alumni 17-0 King Oct. 14, 1905 Notre Dame 21-0 King Oct. 7, 1905 Lawrence 34-0 King Oct. 4, 1905 Marquette 29-0 King Sept. 30, 1905 Northwestern 49-0 King Sept. 23, 1905 Company I(4) 16-0 King Nov. 5, 1904 Beloit 36-0 Curtis Oct. 22, 1904 Drake 82-0 Curtis Oct. 15, 1904 Notre Dame(1) 58-0 Curtis Oct. 8, 1904 Marquette 33-0 Curtis Oct. 1, 1904 Fort Sheridan 45-0 Curtis Nov, 7, 1903 UW-Oshkosh 52-0 Curtis Oct. 21, 1903 Osteopaths 32-0 Curtis Oct. 17, 1903 Beloit 87-0 Curtis Oct. 3, 1903 North Central 28-0 Curtis Date Opponent Score UW Coach Nov. 8, 1902 Northwestern 51-0 King Oct. 25, 1902 Kansas 38-0 King Oct. 11, 1902 Lawrence 52-0 King Sept. 27, 1902 Lawrence 11-0 King Nov. 28, 1901 at Chicago 35-0 King Nov. 16, 1901 at Minnesota 18-0 King Nov. 9, 1901 Iowa State 45-0 King Nov. 2, 1901 Nebraska (1) 18-0 King Oct. 26, 1901 Kansas 50-0 King Oct. 12, 1901 Beloit (1) 40-0 King Oct. 5, 1901 Hyde Park HS 62-0 King Sept. 28, 1901 Milw. Medical 26-0 King Nov. 17, 1900 at Chicago 27-0 King Nov. 10, 1900 Notre Dame 54-0 King Oct. 27, 1900 Grinnell 45-0 King Oct. 20, 1900 Upper Iowa 64-0 King Oct. 13, 1900 Beloit (1) 11-0 King Oct. 6, 1900 Chicago P&S 5-0 King Sept. 29, 1900 Ripon 50-0 King Nov. 25, 1899 Lawrence 58-0 King Nov. 18, 1899 at Minnesota 19-0 King Nov. 11, 1899 Illinois 23-0 King Oct. 28, 1899 Rush Medical 17-0 King Oct. 14, 1899 Northwestern 38-0 King Oct. 6, 1899 Beloit (1) 36-0 King Sept. 30, 1899 Lake Forest 45-0 King Nov. 24, 1898 at Northwestern 27-0 King Nov. 19, 1898 UW-Whitewater 22-0 King Oct. 29, 1898 Minnesota 29-0 King Oct. 22, 1898 Beloit (1) 17-0 King Oct. 15, 1898 Rush Medical 42-0 King Oct. 8, 1898 Dixon 76-0 King Oct. 5, 1898 Madison HS 21-0 King Oct. 1, 1898 Ripon 52-0 King Nov. 25, 1897 at Northwestern 22-0 King Nov. 6, 1897 Beloit 11-0 King Oct. 30, 1897 at Minnesota 39-0 King Oct. 23, 1897 Madison HS 29-0 King Oct. 16, 1897 UW-Platteville 20-0 King Oct. 9, 1897 Rush Medical 28-0 King Oct. 6, 1897 Madison HS 8-0 King Oct. 2, 1897 Lake Forest 30-0 King Nov. 21, 1896 Minnesota 6-0 King Nov. 7, 1896 Chicago 24-0 King Oct. 31, 1896 Beloit 6-0 King Oct. 17, 1896 Rush Medical 50-0 King Oct. 14, 1896 Madison HS 18-0 King Oct. 10, 1896 Lake Forest 34-0 King Nov. 17, 1894 Minnesota 6-0 Stickney Nov. 3, 1894 Beloit 46-0 Stickney Oct. 29, 1894 Iowa 44-0 Stickney Oct. 20, 1894 at Chicago 30-0 Stickney Oct. 28, 1893 Beloit 18-0 Davis Oct. 21, 1893 Lake Forest 24-0 Davis Nov. 29, 1891 Northwestern (1) 40-0 Oct. 31, 1891 Northwestern (1) 0-0 Alward Alward Nov. 1, 1890 UW-Whitewater Mestre

266 Overtime Games Wisconsin has compiled a 7-6 overall record in 13 overtime games. The Badgers played their first overtime game in 1999 and played four more over the next four years. It would be six seasons before they played in another one. Incidentally, Wisconsin and Illinois played the last NCAA FBS tie game, a 3-3 deadlock in Madison on Nov. 25, Overtime was instituted in Below are descriptions of Wisconsin s 13 overtime games. #20 Wisconsin 20, #25 Minnesota 17 October 9, 1999 (Minneapolis, Minn.) Vitaly Pisetsky kicked a 31-yard field goal in overtime to give Wisconsin a victory over the Golden Gophers. Pisetsky had tied the game with a 36-yard field goal with 2:59 remaining in regulation. It was the first overtime game in school history and came with head coach Barry Alvarez resting in the Mayo Clinic after knee surgery. Wisconsin began the OT on defense and shut down Minnesota thanks to 15 yards in penalties and an interception by Jamar Fletcher. The Badger offense then advanced the ball to the Golden Gopher nine-yard line to set up the winning kick. #4 Wisconsin 28, Cincinnati 25 September 16, 2000 (Cincinnati, Ohio) Backup tailback Eddie Faulkner scored on a 16-yard run in overtime to give Wisconsin a come-from-behind, victory over Cincinnati. Minus five starters due to NCAA-imposed suspensions, the Badgers trailed much of the game before Vitaly Pisetsky s 40-yard field goal early in the fourth quarter tied the game at 13. The Bearcats made it on a 51-yard TD pass (PAT no good) before Wisconsin responded with QB Brooks Bollinger s one-yard TD run for a edge. UC sent the game to overtime with a field goal at the end of regulation. The Bearcats then took a lead in overtime before Faulkner s winning run. Cincinnati 47, #7 Wisconsin 44 (2OT) September 23, 2000 (Madison, Wis.) Wisconsin played its second consecutive overtime game, but dropped a shootout in double overtime to visiting Northwestern. RB Michael Bennett carried 48 times for 293 yards, but it wasn t enough to overcome a turnover-free effort by the Wildcats. Kicker Vitaly Pisetsky gave the Badgers a lead with 51 seconds left in regulation, but Northwestern took the ensuing possession and got a 46-yard field goal as time expired to send the game to the extra session. Each team scored a touchdown in the first overtime. Wisconsin then settled for a Pisetsky field goal in the second overtime to set up a game-winning, 12-yard run by Damien Anderson. #17 Purdue 30, Wisconsin 24 October 21, 2000 (Madison, Wis.) Ashante Woodyard returned a blocked field goal for the game-winning touchdown in overtime as Purdue defeated Wisconsin, It was the Badgers third overtime game of the 2000 season, equalling an NCAA record. Purdue s Craig Terrill blocked Vitaly Pisetsky s 58-yard field goal attempt on the Badgers first overtime possession and Woodyard scooped up the ball for the score. Wisconsin, behind QB Jim Sorgi (who was making his first career start), had come from behind to tie the game with 3:50 remaining in regulation on a five-yard TD catch by John Sigmund. Purdue won the overtime coin toss and elected to play defense. UW lost 15 yards on three plays, setting up Pisetsky s long-range attempt. Wisconsin 31, #14 Colorado 28 December 28, 2002 (San Antonio, Texas) 2002 Alamo Bowl Mike Allen booted a 37-yard field goal to give Wisconsin a upset victory in overtime against 14th-ranked Colorado in the 2002 Alamo Bowl. Allen s game-winning kick came on the Badgers first overtime possession and after Colorado s Pat Brougham had missed a 45-yard field goal attempt on the Buffs first OT possession. Quarterback Brooks Bollinger drove the Badgers 80 yards in 10 plays and capped the march with a one-yard touchdown run with 51 seconds left in regulation to send the game to the extra session. During the final regulation drive, the Badgers converted twice on fourth down. Wisconsin 36, Cal Poly 35 November 22, 2008 (Madison, Wis.) The Badgers got a 6-yard touchdown run from John Clay and an extra point from Philip Welch in overtime to key a victory over Cal Poly. The Mustangs led as Wisconsin took over at its own 11-yard line with 4:00 left to play. Dustin Sherer directed a nine-play, 89-yard scoring drive that ended with a 3-yard touchdown run from P.J. Hill with 1:42 left. Hill then scored on a 2-point conversion run to tie the game at 29. The Mustangs had the ball first in OT and scored on a touchdown pass from quarterback Jonathan Dally to Ramses Barden on their first play. Cal Poly s Andrew Gardner then missed the PAT to set up the Badgers win. Wisconsin 34, Fresno State 31 (2OT) September 12, 2009 (Madison, Wis.) After battling it out in two overtimes, Wisconsin kicker Philip Welch drilled a 22-yard field goal attempt to give the Badgers the win over Fresno State. Kevin Goessling kicked a 41-yard field goal with 16 seconds left in regulation to force the extra frames. Nick Toon caught a six-yard touchdown pass on UW s possession in the first overtime, but the Bulldogs countered as Seyi Ajirotutu caught a seven-yard strike from Ryan Colburn to force a second overtime. In double overtime, senior captain Chris Maragos intercepted Colburn in the end zone to give the Badgers the ball back and set up the game-winning field goal

267 Michigan State 16, Wisconsin 13 October 27, 2012 (Madison, Wis.) For the first time in three years, the UW Marching Band took the field for the Fifth Quarter following a loss, as Andrew Maxwell hit Bennie Fowler on a 12-yard touchdown pass in overtime to send the Spartans home with a win. The loss snapped Wisconsin s 21-game home win streak and also ended the Badgers run of 12 straight home wins against Big Ten foes. Things looked to be tipped in the Badgers favor after UW got a 39-yard field goal from Kyle French with 6:06 to play in the fourth quarter. The kick staked the Badgers to a 10-3 lead. But then Michigan State s offense came to life, tying the game and eventually scoring the game-winning TD. #6 Ohio State 21, Wisconsin 14 November 17, 2012 (Madison, Wis.) Carlos Hyde scored on a 2-yard run in overtime, giving No. 6 Ohio State a victory over Wisconsin and spoiling Senior Day for the Badgers. Montee Ball tied the majorcollege career record with his 78th touchdown, a 7-yard run in the second quarter. But he fumbled on what would have been the record-breaker with 2:46 left in regulation, leaping over the pile on the goal line with the ball held in front of him and having it batted away by Ryan Shazier. The Badgers won the toss and opted to play defense, and Ohio State made quick work of overtime. Hyde ripped off a run of 11 yards on the first play and, two plays later, strolled virtually untouched into the end zone for the goahead score. #2 Ohio State 30, #8 Wisconsin 23 October 15, 2016 (Madison, Wis.) After leading for three quarters, No. 8 Wisconsin fell to No. 2 Ohio State, 30-23, in overtime at a sold-out Camp Randall Stadium. Breaking a tie, Ohio State QB J.T. Barrett threw a 7-yard touchdown pass to receiver Noah Brown for the go-aehad score on the Buckeyes' overtime possession. Wisconsin s ensuing drive down to the 4 yard line ended with a sack of quarterback Alex Hornibrook on fourth-and-goal. #11 Wisconsin 23, #7 Nebraska 17 October 29, 2016 (Madison, Wis.) An 11-yard touchdown run by running back Dare Ogunbowale and a fourth-down pass breakup by safety D'Cota Dixon in overtime gave 11th-ranked Wisconsin a win over No. 7 Nebraska. The victory marked Wisconsin's third of the season over a top 10-ranked team and its third straight over the Huskers. Nebraska clawed back from a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter to force overtime with the score knotted at 17. Three straight runs by Corey Clement got the Badgers to the 11 yard line in overtime before Ogunbowale covered the rest to put UW out front. Dixon then swatted down Tommy Armstrong's throw from the 23 yard line to Stanley Morgan Jr. in the end zone one of 12 passes defended by the Badgers in the game to secure the dramatic victory. Penn State 24, Wisconsin 21 November 24, 2012 (University Park, Pa.) Montee Ball became the NCAA s all-time touchdown leader in the first quarter, but that was the last time history would be on Wisconsin s side. Despite another fantastic gametying rally in the fourth quarter, the Badgers once again saw their efforts fall just short in heartbreaking fashion, this time a loss to Penn State in their regular-season finale at Beaver Stadium. Just as he had done the week before, Curt Phillips led the Badgers down the field as the clock ticked away, eventually hitting WR Jeff Duckworth on a 4-yard touchdown pass with just 18 seconds remaining to force overtime. A 37-yarder that sneaked just inside the left upright was the difference for Penn State, which used a kick from Sam Ficken to provide the winning margin in OT. #17 Wisconsin 34, #19 Auburn 31 January 1, 2015 (Tampa, Fla.) 2015 Outback Bowl Melvin Gordon ran for an Outback Bowl-record 251 yards and three touchdowns, and Rafael Gaglianone kicked a 25-yard field goal in overtime to give 17th-ranked Wisconsin a victory over No. 19 Auburn. Gordon s third score made it Badgers with 7:58 to play in regulation, but Auburn took a lead on a TD run by Cameron Artis-Payne with 2:55 remaining. Badgers QB Joel Stave then led a 64-yard drive including a pass to TE Sam Arneson to convert a fourth-and-5 at the the Auburn 33 and Gaglianone got the Badgers to OT with a 29-yarder that knotted the score at 31 with 7 seconds left. After Gaglinone hit from 25 yards out to give UW its lead in OT, three straight tackles by OLB Joe Schobert including two TFLs forced Auburn to try a 45-yard field goal. The kick from Daniel Carlson missed wide right to hand the Badgers, and interim head coach Barry Alvarez, the victory

268 Attendance Figures NCAA Attendance Rank Year Total Avg. Rank ,721 70,454 4th ,803 60,400 5th ,150 71,630 4th ,772 73,962 4th ,386 70,898 5th ,093 72,682 5th ,102 71,443 7th ,875 73,979 7th ,158 71,360 8th ,482 71,640 10th ,419 71,060 11th ,508 69,787 16th ,405 74,681 13th ,683 71,613 14th ,269 61,378 19th ,537 75,507 10th ,970 77,328 8th ,330 78,222 8th ,692 77,949 10th ,281 77,880 11th ,570 77,428 13th ,487 78,081 14th ,974 78,711 15th ,334 78,333 16th ,182 78,023 15th ,404 78,486 15th ,209 82,368 13th ,308 82,551 13th ,576 81,368 14th ,227 81,747 13th ,616 81,088 15th ,764 80,109 15th ,035 79,862 16th ,692 79,813 15th ,039 80,006 17th ,378 78,911 17th ,642 79,520 15th ,099 78,014 13th ,144 79,357 16th Season Tickets A year-by-year listing of season tickets sold at Wisconsin since 1992: ,488 (5,322 students) ,585 (11,859 students) ,121 (13,700 students) ,971 (12,463 students) ,753 (9,328 students) ,060 (9,964 students) ,541 (11,028 students) ,373 (11,541 students) ,404 (13,222 students) ,026 (13,828 students) ,226 (12,376 students) ,654 (12,630 students) ,830 (13,213 students) ,374 (13,167 students) ,637 (13,797 students) ,953 (13,382 students) ,274 (13,855 students) ,098 (13,062 students) ,419 (13,122 students) ,436 (13,181 students) ,971 (13,120 students) ,283 (13,217 students) ,560 (13,119 students) ,847 (13,110 students) ,739 (13,082 students) Avg. Home Attendance Year Avg , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,357

269 Largest Crowds Largest Home Crowds WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK No. Attend. Score Date 1. 83,184 Iowa 20, UW 10 11/12/ ,069 UW 38, Minnesota 14 11/6/ ,022 UW 23, Michigan 20 9/24/ ,828 UW 31, Purdue 20 10/22/ ,630 UW 17, Iowa 13 9/22/ ,468 UW 24, Northwestern 12 10/23/ ,330 UW 41, Indiana 24 10/1/ ,325 UW 37, Michigan 21 11/10/ ,306 UW 24, Illinois 7 10/2/ ,179 UW 16, Penn State 3 9/25/ ,164 UW 37, Michigan State 34 9/29/ ,138 UW 56, Bowling Green 42 9/3/ ,116 UW 34, UCF 6 9/4/ ,071 UW 18, UNLV 3 9/11/ ,010 UW 48, Minnesota 12 10/14/ ,883 UW 44, Northern Illinois 3 10/20/ ,806 UW 65, Temple 0 9/10/ ,777 UW 13, Penn State 3 11/4/ ,704 UW 41, Northwestern 9 10/7/ ,608 Ohio State 20, UW 17 10/4/ ,547 UW 42, Washington State 21 9/1/ ,541 Ohio State 30, UW 23 10/15/ ,524 Penn State 48, UW 7 10/11/ ,411 UW 35, Northwestern 6 10/12/ ,384 UW 48, Nebraska 17 10/1/2011 Largest Crowds at a Badgers Game No. Attend. Venue Date Score ,276 Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Mich. 11/20/2010 UW 48, Michigan ,846 Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Mich. 10/1/2016 Michigan 14, UW ,341 Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Mich. 9/30/2000 Michigan 13, UW ,217 Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Mich. 11/14/1998 Michigan 27, UW ,058 Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Mich. 9/23/2006 Michigan 27, UW ,412 Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Mich. 11/16/2002 Michigan 21, UW ,865 Beaver Stadium, University Park, Pa. 11/5/2005 Penn State 35, UW ,833 Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Mich. 9/27/2008 Michigan 27, UW ,754 Beaver Stadium, University Park, Pa. 10/13/2007 Penn State 38, UW ,851 Beaver Stadium, University Park, Pa. 10/4/2003 UW 30, Penn State ,253 Beaver Stadium, University Park, Pa. 9/22/2001 UW 18, Penn State ,209 Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Mich. 10/29/1994 UW 31, Michigan ,826 Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio 9/28/2013 Ohio State 31, UW ,511 Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio 10/29/2011 Ohio State 33, UW ,491 Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Mich. 10/5/1985 Michigan 33, UW ,449 Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio 11/3/2007 Ohio State 38, UW ,301 Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio 10/10/2009 Ohio State 31, UW ,090 Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio 10/9/2004 UW 24, Ohio State ,952 Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Mich. 11/3/1979 Michigan 54, UW ,932 Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Mich. 9/11/1982 Michigan 20, UW ,892 Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Mich. 10/15/1977 Michigan 56, UW ,410 Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Mich. 10/3/1987 Michigan 49, UW ,239 Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Mich. 9/22/1984 Michigan 20, UW ,097 Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Mich. 10/7/1989 Michigan 24, UW ,520 Ohio Stadium, Columbus, Ohio 10/13/2001 UW 20, Ohio State

270 Past Head Coaches Wisconsin Head Coaches Records Overall Home Road Neutral Big Ten Bowl Coach Years Record Record Record Record Record Record Alvin Kletsch (.000) (.000) (.000) (.000) N/A N/A Ted Mestre (.250) (.500) (.000) (.000) N/A N/A Herb Alward (.700) (1.000) (.500) (.750) N/A N/A Frank Crawford (.714) (.500) (1.000) (1.000) N/A N/A Parke Davis (.667) (1.000) (.500) (.000) N/A N/A H.O. Stickney (.700) (.938) (.333) (1.000) N/A N/A Phil King , (.851) (.935) (.694) (.769) (.685) N/A Art Curtis (.639) (.769) (.083) (1.000) (.071) N/A C.P. Hutchins (.850) (.786) (1.000) (.000) (.813) N/A J.A. Barry (.656) (.700) (.700) (.000) (.545) N/A J.R. Richards 1911, (.738) (.788) (.656) (.000) (.638) N/A William Juneau (.679) (.763) (.500) (.000) (.579) N/A Paul Withington (.643) (.900) (.000) (.000) (.375) N/A Guy Lowman (.500) (.500) (.500) (.000) (.333) N/A Jack Ryan (.467) (.550) (.300) (.000) (.278) N/A George Little (.750) (.800) (.667) (.000) (.636) N/A Glenn Thistlethwaite (.611) (.732) (.438) (.000) (.423) N/A Clarence Spears (.438) (.611) (.214) (.000) (.364) N/A Harry Stuhldreher (.425) (.484) (.348) (.333) (.373) N/A Ivy Williamson (.672) (.765) (.586) (.000) (.674) 0-1 Milt Bruhn (.534) (.614) (.455) (.000) (.487) 0-2 John Coatta (.117) (.206) (.000) (.000) (.167) N/A John Jardine (.443) (.583) (.269) (.000) (.398) N/A Dave McClain (.522) (.578) (.459) (.333) (.486) 1-2 Jim Hilles (.250) (.333) (.167) (.000) (.250) N/A Don Morton (.182) (.316) (.000) (.000) (.125) N/A Barry Alvarez * (.614) (.672) (.531) (.667) (.520) 9-4 Bret Bielema (.739) (.898) (.545) (.600) (.660) 2-4 Gary Andersen (.731) (.929) (.667) (.000) (.813) 0-1 * Served as interim head coach for 2013 Rose Bowl (L) and 2015 Outback Bowl (W) Barry Alvarez, Record: / Big Ten Most coaching wins in UW football history... guided Badgers to three Big Ten (1993, 1998, 1999) and Rose Bowl (1994, 1999, 2000) titles... just the 10th coach in Big Ten history to win 100 games at one conference institution... his.692 win percentage in bowl games (9-4) matches Georgia Tech s Bobby Dodd for the best in FBS history among coaches with more than 10 bowl appearances... named UW Director of Athletics in 2004 (held dual role for two seasons before retiring from coaching in 2005)... elected to the College Football Hall of Fame and the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame Herb Alward, 1891 Record: Alward was the first coach to win multiple games at UW, as well as the first coach to produce a winning record (.700). Gary Andersen, Record: 19-7 / 13-3 Big Ten Led Badgers to inaugural Big Ten West Division crown and championship game berth in Big Ten record marked the best start by a UW coach through 16 league games in school history... led Badgers to two of three most prolific offensive seasons in school history in 2013 (school-record ypg) and 2014 (468.9 ypg)... UW set school rushing record at yards per game in Maxwell Football Club Coach of the Year semifinalist in both seasons at UW J.A. Barry, Record: / Big Ten Coached the Badgers for three seasons, losing only four games, two of which were to nationally ranked Minnesota. Barry won his first five games as head coach in 1908 before losing the season finale to Chicago on Homecoming

271 Bret Bielema Record: / Big Ten Second-most wins in UW football history... guided the Badgers to three consecutive Big Ten titles (2010, 2011, 2012) and three straight Rose Bowl appearances... named 2006 Dave McClain Big Ten Coach of the Year after guiding Wisconsin to 12-1 overall record in his debut season as head coach... won at least nine games in five of his seven seasons, including a 10-win campaign in 2009 and 11-win seasons in 2011 and 2012 Milt Bruhn, Record: / Big Ten Bruhn led the Badgers for 11 seasons, earning two conference titles and two Rose Bowl appearances. After winning the 1959 and 1962 Big Ten Championships, Bruhn lost to Washington and USC in the 1960 and 1963 Rose Bowls respectively. Bruhn is the only coach besides Barry Alvarez in UW football history to lead their team to multiple Big Ten titles. Prior to Wisconsin, Bruhn played football on Minnesota s undefeated national title teams of 1934 and Bruhn also played for the Gopher s 1935 Big Ten Champion baseball team. After graduating in 1935, he coached at Amherst, Minnesota, Colgate and Franklin and Marshall. C.P. Hutchins, Record: / Big Ten Hutchins led the 1906 team to the program s fourth Western Conference championship as the Badgers went in league play beating Iowa, Illinois and Purdue by a combined score of Hutchins coached one of the program s three undefeated teams (5-0) in Hutchins had previously coached at Syracuse from , where he had a record of John Jardine, Record: / Big Ten Jardine was at the helm of the football program for eight years in the 1970 s. Jardine s 1974 team went overall and in conference play, placing them fourth in the Big Ten. The 1974 team was Wisconsin s first winning season in eleven years, dating back to the team of Jardine played both sides of the ball at Purdue and was an assistant coach at the high school level before he finished college. After graduation, he became the head coach at Fenwick High in Illinois and compiled a record in five years. He was also an assistant at Purdue and UCLA before coming to Wisconsin. Later, Jardine was active with Badger football broadcasts and lived in Madison until his death in John Coatta, Record: / Big Ten Coatta coached the Badgers for three years, winning only three years. He set an NCAA record for most games without a win to start a career with 23. Winless in his first two seasons, Coatta earned his first victory in a win over Iowa during the 1969 season. Frank Crawford, 1892 Record: Frank Crawford was the program s fourth coach, and came to Wisconsin after coaching the 1891 Michigan football team to a 4-5 record in their first year as a program. After leaving Wisconsin, Crawford went on to coach at Nebraska and Texas. Crawford was a graduate and football player from Yale University. Art Curtis, Record: / Big Ten In two seasons in charge of the Badger football program, Curtis was winless in conference play going He won his first five games and went in his first season, losing only conference games to Chicago, Michigan and Minnesota. Curtis coached at the University of Kansas before coming to Wisconsin in In 1902 he led the Jayhawks to a 6-4 overall record. Parke Davis, 1893 Record: No information available Jim Hilles, 1986 Record: / Big Ten Hilles only coached the Badgers for one year, winning two conference games and finishing eighth in the Big Ten. Hilles was the interim coach in 1986 after Dave McClain s death in Hilles had been McClain s defensive coordinator for 14 years, six at Ball State and eight at Wisconsin. Hilles later went on to be an assistant coach at Kansas and in the Canadian Football League. 269 William Juneau, Record: / Big Ten In Juneau s first season he led the Badgers to their fifth Western Conference championship. The team was undefeated at 7-0, the third and most recent undefeated team in school history. Juneau is tied for second with Phil King for most wins as a first-year coach with seven. Both are behind current coach Bret Bielema who amassed 12 wins in his first year. Prior to coaching four seasons at Wisconsin, Juneau was the head coach at South Dakota State, Colorado College and Marquette. After Wisconsin, Juneau went on to coach at Texas for four years and Kentucky for three. Phil King, ; 1905 Record: / Big Ten King compiled a.897 winning percentage in eight seasons at the helm for the Badgers. King won the program s first conference championship as his team won the inaugural Western Conference title in The team went on to win the league title the following year as well as once more under King in King s 1901 team is arguably the greatest in school history. The team went 9-0 and outscored its opponents He also coached Wisconsin s baseball squad, winning two conference championships. King was a legendary football and baseball player at Princeton from and was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in Alvin Kletsch, 1889 Record: Kletsch was UW s first coach and the program s only winless coach. The 1889 Badgers didn t score a point in their two losses against the Calumet Club of Milwaukee and Beloit. George Little, Record: / Big Ten Little was not only a football coach at UW, but was the head of the athletic department for seven years. Little graduated from Ohio Wesleyan in 1912 and coached 269

272 at Cincinnati, Miami and Michigan before making it to Madison. He ended his coaching career with a record. Little inherited a Wisconsin football team that had won only one of its last 12 conference games in the previous three years, and led them to a record in his first year. After two years at the helm he devoted his time as athletic director to upgrading the UW athletic facilities. Little added thousands of seats to Camp Randall, built the Fieldhouse, added numerous practice facilities and started intramural competition on campus. Little went on to be the athletic director at Rutgers and was later inducted to the College Football Hall of Fame in Guy Lowman, 1918 Record: / Big Ten Lowman graduated from Springfield College in 1905 where he lettered in baseball, basketball and football. Lowman coached baseball, basketball and football at numerous colleges including Missouri, Alabama, Kansas State and Indiana prior to coming to Wisconsin. Lowman coached the UW baseball, basketball and football teams bwtween 1918 and 1932.He coached football in 1918, basketball from and baseball in 1918 and from Lowman led the basketball team to the 1920 Big Ten Title and the baseball team to a conference title in The varsity baseball field was named in Lowman s honor in 1952, ten years after his death. Dave McClain, Record: / Big Ten McClain led the Badgers to the program s first bowl win as they beat Kansas State 14-3 in the 1983 Independence Bowl. McClain also led Wisconsin to the 1981 Garden State Bowl in which the Badgers fell to Tennessee and the 1984 Hall of Fame Bowl where Kentucky ousted the Badgers He was the first coach to led the Badgers to consecutive bowl games. Prior to Wisconsin, McClain coached at Ball State where he earned the MAC coach of the year honor in McClain led the Badgers into Columbus, Ohio in 1982 and beat the Buckeyes on the road for the first time since 1918 in a 6-0 win. After his sudden death in 1986, the university named the football practice facility in his honor. The Big Ten has also named its football coach of the year award after McClain. Ted Mestre, 1890 Record: Replaced Kletsch after the football program s first year and became the first coach in UW football history to win a game. On Nov. 1, 1890 the Badgers beat Whitewater Normal The win remains atop the Wisconsin record books as the largest margin of victory in program history. Don Morton, Record: / Big Ten Morton didn t win a road game in his three years at UW, but he did beat Ohio State at Camp Randall in This was the first win for the Badgers at home against the Buckeyes in their last 21 meetings. Morton coached at Tulsa prior to coming to Wisconsin, and later became the head coach of North Dakota State. Morton now works in Fargo, North Dakota for the Microsoft Corporation. J.R. Richards, 1911; 1917; Record: / Big Ten Richards coached the team for six seasons between 1911 and Richards played for the Badgers from as a defensive end and fullback. He earned five letters in track and was also a member of the rowing team. Richards left the program to coach at Ohio State in 1912, but returned again in Richards left again, but this time to serve for the United States in World War I. He made his final return in 1919 and remained head coach for four seasons. His best season came in 1920 as UW finished second in the Big Ten with a 4-1 conference record, their only loss coming to Ohio State. Jack Ryan, Record: / Big Ten Ryan coached for two years and only earned four victories, but in his second season the Midwest welcomed their first college football game broadcast on the radio featuring Wisconsin and Michigan. Detroit s WWJ Radio broadcast the game live from Michigan Stadium as the Wolverines beat the Badgers 21-0 on Oct. 25, Clarence Spears, Record: / Big Ten Coach Spears led the Badgers to a third-place finish in the Western Conference (4-1-1) in his first year as head coach. Prior to coaching, Spears was an All-American guard at Dartmouth College where he graduated from in Spears then went on to coach at Dartmouth, West Virginia, Minnesota and Oregon before coming to Madison. After four seasons with the Badgers, Spears coached at Toledo and Maryland. He held a head coaching job from , and later practiced medicine for many years. He was inducted to the College Football Hall of Fame in H.O. Stickney, Record: Stickney was the first multi-year coach at the UW, coaching two season and compiling a record of In his first season, Stickney went 5-2, outscoring opponents , with one loss coming as a forfeit. Stickney previously coached at Grinnell College in 1893, winning three games and losing one, and then later went on to coach at Oregon State where he went 3-2 during the 1899 season. Harry Stuhldreher, Record: / Big Ten Harry Stuhldreher was a three-time All-American quarterback and member of the legendary Four Horsemen of the Notre Dame backfield of the 1920s. After graduating in 1924, Stuhldreher coached at Villanova for 11 years compiling a record before coming to Wisconsin. Stuhldreher spent 13 years as the head football coach at Wisconsin and was also the school s Athletic Director for 15 years. Stuhldreher led the Badgers to two second-place finishes in Big Ten play and led the 1942 team to overall record, good enough for the nation s No. 3 ranking. Stuhldreher was the program s first coach to beat a ranked opponent as his Badgers beat then No. 7 Northwestern in Evanston, Ill. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in

273 Glenn Thistlethwaite, Record: / Big Ten Coach Thistlethwaite had a.611 winning percentage in five seasons as head coach, and led the 1928 team to a second-place finish in the Big Ten. Thistlethwaite graduated in 1908 from Earlham College in Indiana where he was the football team s captain, played baseball and competed in track. Prior to Wisconsin, Thistlethwaite coached at Northwestern winning two Big Ten titles, and prior to that, went 78-9 at Oak Park High School in Ill. over a nine year span. Ivy Williamson, Record: / Big Ten Williamson coached the Badgers for seven years in the 1940 s and 1950 s. These were some of the most productive seasons in school history. During his tenure, the Badgers won the 1952 Big Ten Title, went to their first Rose Bowl and finished in the top three in the conference five of his seven years. His 1952 team went in the conference, with their only loss to Ohio State. The team lost to USC in the 1953 Rose Bowl 7-0 and finished the season ranked tenth nationally. Williamson graduated from Michigan where he was an All-Big Ten selection in football and a letter-winner in basketball. After his coaching was over in 1955, Williamson became the Athletic Director at Wisconsin where he remained until his death in Paul Withington, 1916 Record: / Big Ten Withington played quarterback on Harvard s football team from After his one season as head coach, Withington entered the Army Medical Corps in 1917 as a doctor and went on to receive numerous awards of merit from both the U.S. and British Armies

274 All-Alvarez Team Late during the 2005 season, as the head coaching career of Wisconsin s Barry Alvarez was winding down, the Capital Times set out to choose an All-Alvarez Team. Ballots were sent out to more than 50 prospective voters, selected to represent a wide range of eras, position groups, experience with and perspective on the program. Voters could choose from an inclusive list of candidates at each position, with a set limit of selections (one tailback, two receivers, three linebackers, etc.) representative of a traditional football lineup. In addition, the ballot included a line for write-ins at every position. To account for an overload of top-notch players at any one position, a wildcard category (in which two additional players could be named to the team) was created. Ballots were tabulated by Capital Times reporter Jim Polzin, who brainstormed the All-Alvarez Team. Offense Quarterback Brooks Bollinger ( ) Running Back Ron Dayne ( ) Fullback Cecil Martin ( ) Wide Receivers Lee Evans ( , 2003) Chris Chambers ( ) Tight End Michael Roan ( ) Center Cory Raymer ( ) Tackles Joe Panos ( ) Chris McIntosh ( ) Guards Dan Buenning ( ) Joe Rudolph ( ) Wild Cards Brent Moss, RB ( ) Brian Calhoun, RB (2005) Kicker Matt Davenport ( ) Defense Tackles Wendell Bryant ( ) Don Davey ( ) Ends Tom Burke ( ) Tarek Saleh ( ) Linebackers Pete Monty ( ) Donnel Thompson ( ) Chris Ghidorzi ( ) Safeties Jim Leonhard ( ) Jason Doering ( ) Cornerbacks Jamar Fletcher ( ) Troy Vincent ( ) Punter Kevin Stemke ( ) Utility Players Brandon Williams, WR/KR/PR ( ) Nick Davis, WR/KR/PR ( ) WISCONSIN S ALL-TIME TEAM In conjunction with the centennial celebration of college football in 1969, Wisconsin fans selected the school s all-time team. The 11-man unit features 1954 Heisman Trophy winner Alan Ameche, who was voted All-time Greatest Player. ALAN AMECHE ( ): 1954 Heisman Trophy winner... set NCAA career rushing mark (3,345) KEN BOWMAN ( ): 10-year NFL career with Packers... played in East-West Shrine Game HOWARD CUB BUCK ( ): Labeled by some as the best lineman of his era... consensus All-American PAT HARDER ( ): Second pick in NFL draft... MVP of Chicago Tribune College All-Star Game ELROY CRAZYLEGS HIRSCH (1942): Set many receiving records with Rams... eventually served as Badgers A.D. DAN LANPHEAR ( ): Madison native was a 1959 All-American before pro career with Oilers ARLIE MUCKS, SR. (1914): All-American on gridiron and silver medalist at Olympics (discus) PAT RICHTER ( ): Hall of Fame inductee both on field and in classroom... former Badger A.D. DAVE SCHREINER ( ): First two-time All- American... three TD catches in one quarter still a school record RON VANDER KELEN (1962): Passed for 401 yards vs. No. 1-ranked USC in the 1963 Rose Bowl ROBERT RED WILSON ( ): Big Ten MVP in played baseball for the Chicago White Sox, Cleveland Indians and Detroit Tigers

275 UW Assistant Coaches (Since 1944) WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK Dave Anderson ( , 1990) DelVaughn Alexander ( ) Dave Aranda ( ) Chris Ash ( ) Zach Azzanni (2012) Bob Babich ( ) Tom Backhus ( ) Oree Banks (1976) John Baker (1999) Chris Beatty ( ) Bret Bielema ( ) Lisle Blackbourn (1948) Gary Blackney ( ) Craig Bohl ( ) Bob Bostad ( , 16) Todd Bradford ( ) Inoke Breckterfield (2015-present) Thomas Brown (2014) Milt Bruhn ( ) Andy Buh (2012) Jacob Burney (1989) Richard Burney (1981) Bill Busch ( ) Bill Callahan ( ) Matt Canada (2012) Harland Carl ( ) Steve Carson ( ) Mike Cassity ( ) Brad Childress ( ) George Chryst ( ) Paul Chryst (2002, ) John Coatta ( ) Lawrence Cole ( ) Kerry Cooks ( ) Ron Cooper (2002) Kevin Cosgrove ( ) DeMontie Cross (2011) Mike Daly ( ) Tim Davis ( ) Dave Doeren ( ) Norman Dow ( ) Bill Dudley ( ) Ken Ellett (1987) Phil Elmassian ( ) Phil Engle ( ) Eddie Faulkner (2012) Gene Felker ( ) Jerry Fishbain ( ) George Fox ( ) Roger French ( ) Vince Gavre (1947) Jeff Genyk ( ) Ted Gilmore (2015-present) Jimmy Gonzales ( ) Doug Graber ( ) Art Haege (1969) Chris Haering (2015-present) Thomas Hammock ( ) Mike Hankwitz ( ) Jay Hayes ( ) Tom Hearden (1956) Chuck Heater ( ) Jim Hilles ( ) Jeff Horton ( ) Lynn Hovland ( ) Jim Hueber ( ) Kurt Humes (1986) Dave Huxtable (2011) Rob Ianello ( ) Fred Jackson ( ) Greg Jackson (2010) Land Jacobsen (1981) Fred Jacoby ( ) Russ Jacques ( ) Arnold Jeter ( ) Paul Jette ( ) Daronte Jones (2015) Chad Kauha aha a ( ) Stan Kemp ( ) Cliff Knox ( ) George Lanphear (1947, ) Bob Lee (1975) John Robert E. Lee (1974) Ron Lee ( ) Jim Leonhard (2016-present) Andy Ludwig ( ) Fred Marsh ( , 67-69) Jim Martin ( ) Arthur Mansfield (1947) Mike Markuson (2012) Henry Mason ( ) Mark Mauer ( ) Chuck McBride ( ) Ron McBride ( ) Dan McCarney ( ) Randall McCray ( ) Mike McGee (1966) Tom McMahon ( ) Kirk Mee ( ) Bart Miller (2012) Perry Moss ( ) Brian Murphy ( ) Pat Naughton (1977) Mike Nelson ( ) Jay Norvell ( ) John O Grady ( ) Bob Odell ( ) Bob Palcic ( , ) John Palermo ( ) Charlie Partridge ( ) Ellis Rainsberger ( ) Bill Richerson ( ) Russ Rippe ( ) Les Ritcherson ( ) Paul Roach ( ) Jay Robertson ( ) Joe Rudolph ( , 15-present) Mario Russo ( ) Dick Scesniak (1982) Scott Seeliger ( ) Dick Selcer ( ) John Settle ( , 15-present) Ron Settle ( ) Paul Shaw ( ) Pat Simmers ( ) John Smith (1977) Lovie Smith (1987) Bob Spoo ( ) Mike Stock ( ) Ben Strickland ( ) Lew Stueck ( ) Guy Sundt ( ) Deral Teteak ( ) Dick Teteak ( ) Tim Tibesar (2015-present) Mickey Turner (2015-present) Larry Van Dusen ( ) Lavern Van Dyke ( , 56-75) Clark Van Galder ( ) Brian White ( ) Justin Wilcox (2016) Darrell Wilson ( ) Paul Winters ( ) T.J. Woods ( ) Bernie Wyatt ( ) Bob Zeman (1970)

276 Significant Dates in Badgers History November 23, 1889 Under the direction of Alvin Kletsch, the UW s first head coach in school history, Wisconsin plays its first intercollegiate football game, losing 27-0 to a Calumet Club team in Milwaukee. Kletsch went on to finish his one-year career 0-2. November 1, 1890 After being hired earlier that year, Ted Mestre led Wisconsin to the program s first football victory in a triumph over UW-Whitewater. That still stands as the most points scored by the Badgers in a game in school history. November 15, 1890 Minnesota defeats the Badgers 63-0 in Minneapolis, starting Division I college football s mostplayed rivalry. The schools have now played 123 games. October 17, 1891 Wisconsin defeats Beloit 40-4 in its season opener, giving Herb Alward a win in his coaching debut. October 1, 1892 Wisconsin records its third consecutive season-opening victory as Frank Crawford leads the Badgers to a 32-4 win over Beloit is his first game as head coach. October 14, 1893 Chicago AA downs the Badgers 22-0 in Parke Davis first game as head coach. Davis would record his first victory at UW a week later when the Badgers Lake Forest 24-0 at home on Oct. 21. October 6, 1894 H.O. Stickney records his first career victory as the Badgers head coach when UW defeats Chicago AA 22-4 in its season opener. Stickney would go on to compile an overall record of (.700), including a (.938) mark during his two-year tenure as the Badgers head coach. 274 February 8, 1896 The Big Ten Conference is formed with initial member schools including: Chicago, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Northwestern, Purdue and Wisconsin. October 10, 1896 The Phil King era begins at UW as the Badgers defeat Lake Forest 34-0 at home during their season opener. King would go on to win the next six games, finishing the season with a mark and winning the inaugural Western Conference (Big Ten) Championship. December 19, 1896 Wisconsin plays its first night game, an 18-8 loss to the Carlisle Indians at the Chicago Coliseum. November 25, 1897 Wisconsin defeats Northwestern 22-0 in its regular-season finale, securing the Badger s second Big Ten championship in as many years. November 28, 1901 The Badgers defeat Chicago 35-0 on the road, posting the program s first-ever undefeated season (9-0) and its third Big Ten championship. November 1, 1902 Wisconsin holds Michigan s famed Point-a-Minute team to just six points in a 6-0 loss. October 3, 1903 Art Curtis begins his coaching stint at UW with five straight wins, including a 28-0 victory against North Central in the season opener. September 23, 1905 Head coach Phil King returns to the UW and leads the Badgers to a 16-0 victory over Company I in the season opener. King and Wisconsin would go on to win the next four consecutive games, posting shutouts in each contest. King would retire at the end of the season, having posted a (.851) record in eight season and leads UW to the three conference titles. He was inducted into the college football HOF in October 13, 1906 Dr. C.P. Hutchins leads the Badgers to a 5-0 victory over Lawrence in his first game at the helm. UW would go on to finish the season 5-0. November 17, 1906 Wisconsin ends its season with a 29-5 win over Purdue, securing its fourth Big Ten title since the program s inception in October 10, 1908 The Tom Berry era begins at UW with a 35-0 victory over Lawrence in the season opener. Berry would lead the Badgers to a 5-1 overall mark. October 7, 1911 J.R. Richards coaches the Badgers to a 15-0 victory against Lawrence in his head coaching debut. October 5, 1912 After being hired earlier in the year, William Juneau records his first win as UW s head coach in a 13-0 shutout of Lawrence. Juneau would go on to guide the Badgers to an undefeated 7-0 season. November 23, 1912 With its win over Iowa, Wisconsin clinches a share of its fifth Big Ten title. October 7, 1916 Paul Withington earns his first victory as head coach of the Badgers in a 20-0 win over Lawrence. October 6, 1917 After returning to the UW, J.R. Richards guides the Badgers to a 34-0 season-opening win. November 3, 1917 Camp Randall Stadium hosts its first game, a 10-7 Badgers homecoming victory over Minnesota. Camp Randall is now the fourth oldest stadium in college football, trailing only Bobby Dodd Stadium (Georgia Tech), Davis Wade Stadium (Mississippi State) and Nippert Stadium (Cincinnati). October 26, 1918 Guy Lowman opens his tenure as head coach with 7-0 loss to Camp

277 Grant. Lowman would record his first victory at UW a week later in a 21-0 shutout against Beloit on Nov. 2. October 4, 1919 J.R. Richards returns to Madison for his final stint as the Badgers head coach, defeating Ripon 37-0 in UW s season opener. A former football, track and rowing letterwinner at UW, Richards coached six seasons at Wisconsin, compiling a record. October 6, 1923 Jack Ryan makes his UW head coaching debut in a 7-3 seasonopening win over Coe. October 25, 1924 Wisconsin drops a 21-0 decision at Michigan in the first college football game broadcast in the Midwest. WWJ Radio s Ty Tyson and Doc Holland call the action from Michigan Stadium. October 3, 1925 George Little begins his two-year tenure at the UW with a 30-0 win over Iowa State in the season opener in Madison. October 1, 1927 After taking the head coaching reins earlier that year, Glenn Thistlewaite guides UW to a 31-6 win over Cornell in his debut. October 1, 1932 Clarence Spears leads UW to a 7-2 season-opening win over Marquette in his head coaching debut. November 12, 1932 The man of many positions, Walter Francis Mickey Himself McGuire, in his final home game as a Badger scored all three touchdowns as Wisconsin beat national powerhouse Minnesota McGuire scored on the opening kickoff and closed the day by catching the game-winning touchdown pass with nine seconds to play. September 26, 1936 After taking over for Spears, Harry Stuhldreher, one of the famed Four Horsemen of Notre Dame, records a 24-7 victory over South Dakota State in his first game at the helm. October 23, 1937 Wisconsin enters its game against No. 3 Pittsburgh ranked in the top-20 for the first time in school history. The 16th-ranked Badgers fall 21-0 to Pitt and go in their final four games of the 1937 season. November 5, 1938 Wisconsin notches its first-ever win vs. a nationally ranked opponent, a victory over No. 7 Northwestern. January 15, 1939 Milt Gantenbein, Charles Goldenberg and Eddie Jankowski become the first former Badgers to play in the NFL s Pro Bowl. October 31, 1942 The sixth-ranked Badgers earned their first win over a top-ranked opponent, beating No.1 Ohio State The Buckeyes had to deal with the relentless Elroy Crazylegs Hirsch and Dave Schreiner who both went on to serve in WWII after the 1942 season. November 20, 1943 Wisconsin fell to Minnesota in the final game featuring the Slab of Bacon trophy game. Minnesota head coach George Hauser refused to accept the trophy post game and it was replaced by Paul Bunyan s Axe in November 20, 1948 Paul Bunyan s Axe, emblematic of superiority in the Wisconsin- Minnesota series, is awarded for the first time to the Golden Gophers after a 16-0 win over the Badgers. September 24, 1949 Ivy Williamson earns his first victory as head coach of the Badgers after defeating Marquette 41-0 in UW s season opener. October 6, 1951 The Badgers play their first game on live television. UW falls at eighth-ranked Illinois in a game that aired on NBC. November 10, 1951 The famous Hard Rocks defense recovered a fumble in the end zone, returned an interception for a touchdown and recorded a 275 WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK safety to propel the Badgers past Ivy League opponent, Pennsylvania Including extra points and field goals, the Hard Rocks outscored their opponents during the 1951 season. UW s defense would also lead the nation in both total (154.8 ypg) and scoring (6.6 ppg) defense. October 11, 1952 The Badgers play (and lose to Ohio State) their only game ever as the nation s No. 1-ranked team. November 22, 1952 With the tie against rival Minnesota, the Badgers earned a share of the Big Ten title and advanced to their first Rose Bowl. January 1, 1953 The Badgers play in their first-ever bowl game and lose a 7-0 decision to fifth-ranked USC in the Rose Bowl in front of 101,500 fans at the Coliseum. The UW finished the season ranked 10th in the nation and made its only Rose Bowl appearance during the Ivy Williamson era. November 20, Heisman Trophy winner, Alan Ameche, was carried off the field after his final home game on senior day, as the Badgers downed Minnesota Clarence Bratt set a Big Ten record with four interceptions in the game, and as a team, the Badgers tallied a Big Ten-record six interceptions. November 30, 1954 After rushing for 624 yards and recording nine touchdowns during his senior season, Alan Ameche becomes the first Heisman Trophy winner in Wisconsin history. September 29, 1956 Milt Bruhn earns his only victory of the season in his head coaching debut as the UW defeats Marquette 41-0 at Camp Randall Stadium. October 17, 1959 By beating the Hawkeyes 25-16, Wisconsin started their march towards their first outright Big Ten title and to the 1960 Rose Bowl. The win was also coach Milt 275

278 Bruhn s first victory over Iowa while at the helm of the Badgers. November 21, 1959 Wisconsin defeats Minnesota, 11-7, in its regular-season finale, clinching its seventh Big Ten title and its second trip to the Rose Bowl. January 1, 1960 UW falls to No. 8 Washington 44-8 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. September 29, 1962 Wisconsin opens the season with a win at home over New Mexico State. The 69 points are a then-modern-era school record that stood until November 10, 1962 The heralded matchup between Wisconsin s QB, Ron Vander Kelen and WR, Pat Richter against Northwestern s QB, Tom Meyers and WR, Paul Flatley was over soon into the second half. Wisconsin scored 21 points early in the third to seal the game and upset the top-ranked Wildcats November 24, 1962 Wisconsin ends its season with a 14-9 win over No. 5 Minnesota, clinching its eighth Big Ten title. January 1, 1963 Second-ranked Wisconsin loses to No. 1 Southern California, 42-37, in the Rose Bowl in what is considered one of the greatest bowl games of the 20th century. The Badgers score 23 points in the fourth quarter of a thrilling comeback attempt led by Ron Vander Kelen and Pat Richter. Richter set a Rose Bowl record tallying 11 catches for 163 yards and would go on to be drafted by the Washington Redskins in the first round of the 1963 NFL Draft. Vander Kelen threw for a Rose Bowl and Wisconsin record 401 yards. The 79 combined points were a Rose Bowl record that stood for 28 years. November 19, 1966 Head coach Milt Bruhn wins his final game as coach, beating Minnesota 7-6, after resigning the Monday before. Bruhn ended his career with a record, including two Big Ten titles. The Badgers wouldn t win another game over their next 23 tries, spanning more than two seasons. January 15, 1967 Ken Bowman becomes the first former Badger to play in the Super Bowl. He plays for the Green Bay Packers in the first Super Bowl. September 23, 1967 John Coatta begins his UW head coaching career and a winless season by dropping a 17-0 decision to Washington in the Badgers opening game. September 20, 1969 Badger RB Alan A Train Thompson rushes for a thenschool-record 220 yards on 33 carries in his collegiate debut against No. 6 Oklahoma. Despite Thompson s career game, the UW fell October 11, 1969 The win against Iowa marked the first Wisconsin victory in the last 23 games. Head coach John Coatta notched his first win at the helm after suffering two winless seasons entering the 1969 campaign. The rushed the field and carried Coatta off on their shoulders. September 19, 1970 The John Jardine era begins with a 21-7 loss to Oklahoma in the season opener. Jardine would record his first win at UW two weeks later, as the Badgers defeated No. 16 Penn State, 29-16, at home. October 16, 1971 The Dance Revolution was at its peak as Rufus Roadrunner Ferguson led the team in rushing with 1,222 yards in The win over Michigan State was the first for Wisconsin in 10 years. Ferguson rushed for 83 yards on 13 carries in the first half alone, finishing with a team-high 117 yards on 25 carries and while also recording a touchdown. September 21, 1974 This win was head coach John Jardine s biggest by far as it was part of Jardine s only winning season at the helm of the Badgers. The upset of fourth-ranked Nebraska was one of the biggest wins in school history. Badger receiver, Jeff Mack, scored the game-winning 77-yard touchdown with 3:29 left. November 23, 1974 Wisconsin running back Billy Marek notched his third-straight game with more than 200 yards as he tallied 304 yards to go along with five touchdowns in the win over Minnesota. Cornerback Ken Simmons forced one fumble, recovered two and intercepted Gopher quarterback and former coach of the Super Bowl Champion Indianapolis Colts, Tony Dungy. November 5, 1977 Linebacker Dave Crossen sets the Wisconsin record for tackles in a game with 28 against Purdue. September 16, 1978 Dave McClain opens his tenure as UW s head coach at home with a 7-6 win over Richmond. September 30, 1978 A monumental performance from third-string quarterback Mike Kalasmiki guided the Badgers, as Wisconsin defeated Oregon Kalasmiki came into the game after second-stringer, Charles Green, who replaced injured John Josten early in the first quarter, wasn t able to produce any offense. Kalasmiki directed a 22-point run in the final 10:29 to mark one of the most memorable comebacks in UW history. September 12, 1981 The unranked Badgers toppled No. 1 Michigan, 21-14, in the season opener after losing four straight match-ups with the Wolverines by a combined total of After winning the first game of the year, the Badgers finished 7-5, losing to Tennessee in the Garden State Bowl. December 13, 1981 Playing in their first bowl game since 1963, the Badgers drop a decision to Tennessee in the Garden State Bowl in East Rutherford, NJ

279 October 9, 1982 The Badgers defeat Ohio State, 6-0, for their first victory in Columbus since Wisconsin is the last team to hold the Buckeyes scoreless in the last three decades. October 23, 1982 The heralded bounce pass play saw QB Randy Wright throw a lateral bounce pass to receiver Al Toon behind the line of scrimmage who then pump faked and found a wide-open tight end, Jeff Nault, for the touchdown. Despite the infamous call made by famous Wisconsin head coach Dave McClain, the Badgers fell to Illinois, 29-28, at Camp Randall Stadium on a last-second field goal. December 11, 1982 Wisconsin wins a bowl game for the first time in school history with a 14-3 victory over Kansas State at the Independence Bowl in Shreveport, LA. Badger QB Randy Wright is named the game s MVP after throwing a pair of touchdown passes, including an 87-yarder to Tim Stracka. November 12, 1983 Al Toon sets a then-school record with 252 receiving yards in a victory at Purdue. The record was later broken by Lee Evans on Nov. 15, 2003, against Michigan State as Evans tallied 258 receiving yards. September 15, 1984 After getting down 28-7 to Missouri in the third quarter, the Badgers made a furious lategame comeback, beating the Tigers in what is still UW s biggest comeback in school history. Badger CB Richard Johnson blocked two punts, the first resulting in a TD and UW scored 28 fourth-quarter points to record the victory in what is known as one of the forgotten classics. October 27, 1984 The Badgers upset the sixthranked Buckeyes, 16-14, behind the stellar play of RB Marck Harrison and LB Craig Raddatz. Harrison rushed for 203 yards while Raddatz recorded two interceptions and 11 tackles. April 30, 1985 Three Badgers Al Toon (N.Y. Jets), Richard Johnson (Houston Oilers) and Darryl Sims (Pittsburgh Steelers) are selected in the first round of the NFL Draft. It is the most first-rounders ever for Wisconsin. September 6, 1986 Jim Hiles coaches in his first game at UW, as the Badgers fall to Hawai i, Hiles would record his first win at UW a week later in a win over Northern Illinois in Wisconsin s home opener. October 4, 1986 Michigan defeats the Badgers, 34-17, in the first night game ever played at Camp Randall Stadium. September 12, 1987 Don Morton s three-year tenure as UW s head coach begins with a 28-7 win over Hawai i in the season opener at Camp Randall Stadium. January 2, 1990 Barry Alvarez the former defensive coordinator at Notre Dame, is named the 27th head coach in Wisconsin history, uttering the famous words, They better get season tickets now because before long they probably won t be able to. September 8, 1990 Alvarez secures his first victory in a 24-7 win over Ball State at Camp Randall Stadium. It was UW s only victory that season. October 3, 1992 The Badgers beat No. 12 Ohio State, 20-16, earning their first win over a ranked opponent in seven years as well as their first conference opening win in 11 years. After trailing 10-3 at the half, the Badgers mount a comeback behind solid performances from RB Brent Moss who rushed for 89 yards and two TDs and QB Darrell Bevell who completed 18-of-30 passes and threw for 218 yards. November 6, 1993 One week after the tragic stampede of the student section at Camp Randall, the Badgers welcomed No. 3 Ohio State to Madison. The Buckeyes were undefeated on the season and WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK had a 14-game regular season unbeaten streak dating back to the previous year. OSU blocked Rick Schnetzky s game-winning field goal as time expired to end the game in a tie. The Badgers and Buckeyes went on to share the Big Ten title that season. December 4, 1993 Wisconsin clinches its first Big Ten title in 31 years with a nationally televised win over Michigan State in Tokyo during the 19th annual Coca-Cola Classic. Badger RB Brent Moss carried the ball 28 times for 149 yards and two TDs, while QB Darrell Bevell went 14-for-19 and threw a TD pass in the win. January 1, 1994 The Badgers win the Rose Bowl for the first time in school history. Wisconsin forces six turnovers in its triumph over UCLA. Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year Brent Moss earned MVP honors after rushing for 156 yards. UW forced the Bruins to turn the ball over on four of their first five possessions of the second half en route to the win. January 2, 1995 Badger senior Terrell Fletcher rushed for a Hall of Fame Bowlrecord 241 yards as Wisconsin won its second January bowl game in as many years with a triumph over Duke. November 11, 1995 John Hall boots the longest modern-era field goal in school history with a 60-yarder in a win at Minnesota. September 7, 1996 Freshman RB Ron Dayne makes his Badger debut as he rushes for 53 yards on eight carries and scores his first career TD in UW s 24-3 win over Eastern Michigan. September 28, 1996 Ron Dayne explodes for 129 yards on 24 carries, including two TDs, as the freshman records his first 100-yard game as a Badger. UW falls to undefeated Penn State,

280 November 30, 1996 Freshman Ron Dayne rushes for a school-record 339 yards in a Wisconsin victory at Hawaii. December 27, 1996 Freshman Ron Dayne rushes for 246 yards and three TDs as the Badgers defeat Utah in the Copper Bowl in Tucson, Ariz. Dayne finished the season with 2,109 yards on 325 carries, while scoring 21 TDs. He set the record for freshman national rushing yards in a season and also broke the Big Ten rushing record. Following the season, Dayne was named an A.P. Third-Team All- American, first-team freshman All- American, All-Big Ten First Team and the Big Ten co-freshman of the Year. October 10, 1998 House of Pain s Jump Around made its debut between the third and fourth quarters of the night game, as CB Jamar Fletcher intercepts a Drew Brees pass and returns it for the go-ahead score in a Homecoming win over Purdue. Dayne carried the ball 33 times for 127 yards to pace the Badgers. Brees set an NCAA mark with 83 pass attempts and tied the completion mark of 55 while amassing 494 yards through the air. November 21, 1998 Entering the game, the Badgers needed Ohio State to beat Michigan as well as win their own game against Penn State to win the Big Ten. Late in the first quarter, the OSU/Michigan game result was shown on the Camp Randall Stadium scoreboard, giving new life to the Badgers as they had a chance to win the Big Ten after a three-way tie with OSU and Michigan. The Badgers turned it on during the second quarter to put the game out of reach, beating Penn State 24-3 and went on to earn their fifth Rose Bowl appearance. January 1, 1999 Wisconsin defeated sixth-ranked UCLA, 38-31, to win the 85th Rose Bowl in front of 83,872 fans, its second Rose Bowl championship in school history. Ron Dayne rushed for 246 yards and four TDs in the win in Pasadena. The victory marked the 11th win for the 1998 Badgers, making them the first UW team to win 11 games in school history. UW also became one of two Big Ten schools (Michigan) to win multiple Rose Bowls during the 1990s. October 9, 1999 In one of the most emotional wins of the Alvarez era, the Badgers defeat Minnesota, 20-17, in Minneapolis in the UW s first-ever overtime game. Vitaly Pisetsky boots the game-winning field goal as Alvarez follows the game from a hospital bed due to an ailing knee. November 13, 1999 The Badgers clinch the Big Ten title and a return trip to the Rose Bowl with a 41-3 victory over Iowa in Madison. Ron Dayne rushes for 216 yards and, in the process, becomes college football s career rushing leader on a 31-yard carry in the second quarter. December 11, 1999 Ron Dayne becomes Wisconsin s second Heisman Trophy winner. Dayne blew away competition, both on and off the field, garnering 2,042 points and 586 first-place votes among 922 Heisman ballots. He rushed for 2,034 yards on 337 carries during the 1999 season, while tallying 20 TDs. January 1, 2000 Wisconsin defeats Stanford, 17-9, to win its second consecutive Rose Bowl, becoming the first team in Big Ten history to do so. Ron Dayne capped his collegiate career by rushing for 200 yards and earning his second consecutive Rose Bowl MVP Award. September 9, 2000 After recording only 24 yards on the ground and trailing 6-0 at the half, the Badgers responded with a huge second half, coming from behind to beat the Oregon Ducks, 27-23, at Camp Randall Stadium. Michael Bennett had 258 of his 290 rushing yards in the second half, while cornerback Jamar Fletcher had three interceptions and free safety Jason Doering had 18 tackles. September 30, 2000 Michigan edges the Badgers before 111,341 fans at Michigan Stadium. It is the then-largest ever to see the Badgers play football. December 29, 2000 The Badgers edge the UCLA Bruins, 21-20, in comeback fashion during the 2000 Sun Bowl in El Paso, Texas. After falling behind 20-7 in the third quarter, QB Brooks Bollinger found Lee Evans for a three-yard score and Michael Bennett s six-yard TD run gave the Badgers the one-point lead and eventually the victory. September 15, 2001 Following the September 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon that shook the world, the University of Wisconsin choose to push back its final nonconference game of the 2001 season against Western Kentucky. The two teams met on Sept. 29 during UW s originally scheduled bye week. October 27, 2001 WR Lee Evans registers a then- Camp Randall Stadium-record 228 yards receiving in a loss to Michigan State August 23, 2002 In the earliest season-opener in school history, the Badgers came from behind to defeat Fresno State, 23-21, on the strength of a Mike Allen 34-yard field goal with 2:05 left in the fourth quarter. Sophomore RB Anthony Davis ran for 184 yards while fullback Matt Bernstein scored on a pair of short TD runs in his Badger debut. November 23, 2002 Wisconsin becomes bowl eligible and wins back the Paul Bunyan Axe as Anthony Davis rushes for 301 yards and five touchdowns in a regular-season ending win at home over Minnesota. Davis becomes only the third Badger to rush for more than 300 yards in a game. Walk-on sophomore Jim Leonhard records two interceptions, breaking the school record for picks in a season (11). December 28, 2002 Wisconsin wins its seventh bowl game in eight tries during the 278

281 Alvarez era with a OT victory over 14th-ranked Colorado at the Alamo Bowl in San Antonio. QB Brooks Bollinger and LB Jeff Mack share MVP honors as Bollinger throws for 163 yards and 2 TDs, scoring one of his own to force the game into OT. Mike Allen s 37-yard field goal seals the victory for the Badgers, as UW overcame four turnovers to earn its fourth straight bowl victory. September 6, 2003 Wisconsin becomes the first team in Big Ten history to have a 200- yard rusher and 200-yard receiver in the same game. Anthony Davis rushes for 247 yards and Lee Evans records 214 receiving yards in a win over Akron. Evans (258) and RB Dwayne Smith (207) repeat the feat against Michigan State later in the season. October 11, 2003 Backup quarterback Matt Schabert connects with Lee Evans for a 79-yard touchdown strike to upset third-ranked Ohio State The Buckeyes had arrived at Camp Randall with a 19-game win streak and, after Jim Sorgi left the game, Schabert stole the show by hitting Evans for the winning score. November 15, 2003 WR Lee Evans breaks Wisconsin records for receiving yards (258) and touchdowns (five) as the Badgers rout 21st-ranked Michigan State, 56-21, in Madison. September 4, 2004 Barry Alvarez becomes the 10th coach in Big Ten history to win 100 games at one conference institution as the Badgers defeat UCF, 34-6, in their season opener. October 16, 2004 No. 10 Wisconsin stuns No. 5 Purdue in a win in West Lafayette. With Purdue holding a three-point lead with less than three minutes to play, QB Kyle Orton dove for a first down, but was met by safety Robert Brooks and CB Scott Starks. After forcing the fumble and recovering the ball, Starks returned it for the score, capping the unforgettable comeback win. Wisconsin improved to 7-0 on the season for the first time since November 7, 2004 Wisconsin is ranked No. 4 nationally by the Associated Press after improving to 9-0. It is UW s highest national ranking since July 28, 2005 Barry Alvarez announces that he will step down as head coach of the Badgers at the conclusion of the 2005 season. Alvarez, also UW s Director of Athletics, announces that defensive coordinator Bret Bielema will take over as head coach. September 24, 2005 Wisconsin sneaks past No. 14 Michigan, 23-20, at Camp Randall Stadium following QB John Stocco s four-yard TD run with 24 seconds left in the game. RB Brian Calhoun rushed for 155 yards on 35 carries while also recording a TD. The win snapped Michigan s 23-game win streak in Big Ten openers, while allowing UW to tie its modern-day mark by tallying its ninth-straight home win. October 15, 2005 In a game that saw John Stocco throw for 235 yards and a TD and WR Brandon Williams record seven receptions for 121 yards, it was the defense that sealed the deal in a win over No. 22 Minnesota at The Metrodome. Jonathan Casillas blocked a punt and Ben Strickland recovered it in the end zone with 30 seconds left to complete a stunning 10-point fourth quarter rally and lift No. 23 Wisconsin to the victory. January 2, 2006 Wisconsin pulls off a stunning upset of eighth-ranked Auburn in the Capital One Bowl. It is the final game of the Barry Alvarez era. Brian Calhoun rushed for 213 yards, while Stocco passed for 301 yards. Brandon Williams led all receivers with six catches for 173 yards and a TD as the 10.5-point underdogs pulled out the victory. Alvarez finished his career 8-3 in bowl games, and at the time, was second among all coaches in bowl game winning percentages (.727). September 2, 2006 The Bret Bielema coaching era at Wisconsin begins with a WISCONSIN FOOTBALL 2017 FACT BOOK victory over Bowling Green at Cleveland Browns Stadium. November 21, 2006 Bret Bielema is named the Dave McClain Big Ten Coach of the Year. He guided UW to an 11-1 regularseason record, including a 7-1 Big Ten mark. December 7, 2006 Offensive tackle Joe Thomas becomes Wisconsin s first winner of the Outland Trophy as the nation s top interior lineman. January 2, 2007 The Badgers top 12th-ranked Arkansas, 17-14, to win the Capital One Bowl for the second consecutive year. QB John Stocco threw for 206 yards and two first half TDs while tight-end Travis Beckum recorded five receptions for 82 yards and a score. The victory gave UW 12 wins in a season for the first time in school history. April 28, 2007 OT Joe Thomas becomes the highest drafted Badger (No. 3 overall to the Cleveland Browns) since Alan Ameche in Thomas would go on to start in the Pro Bowl as a rookie. September 6, 2008 The Badgers defeat Marshall to win their 16th-straight home game at Camp Randall, the secondlongest streak in school history. November 23, 2009 Running back John Clay is named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year and linebacker Chris Borland is named Big Ten Freshman of the Year. Clay became the third Badger to garner the award (Brent Moss: 1993; Ron Dayne: 1999) after rushing for 1,517 yards and tallying 18 TDs. Borland earned Freshman of the Year honors after recording 54 tackles, including 10.5 for a loss and posting five sacks and one interception. December 29, 2009 Behind a 121-yard, two-td effort from Big Ten Player of the Year John Clay, UW defeats No. 14 Miami, 20-14, in the Champs Sports Bowl to win its 10th game of the season. The UW tight ends hurt Miami all game as Lance Kendricks 279

282 and Garrett Graham had a combined 13 catches for 205 yards. It was the Badgers first 10-win season since October 16, 2010 David Gilreath returns the opening kickoff for a touchdown and the Badgers score the first 21 points of the game en route to a win over No. 1 Ohio State, the team s first win over a top-ranked team since November 13, 2010 UW defeats Indiana, 83-20, setting a modern-era school record for points in a game and tying a Big Ten record for points in a conference game. November 20, 2010 Montee Ball and James White combine for 354 rushing yards and six touchdowns as UW wins at Michigan for the first time since 1994, In the second half, Wisconsin ran the ball on all but one of its 28 offensive plays. The game was played in front of 112,276 fans, the largest to ever see the Badgers play. November 27, 2010 The Badgers win a share of their first Big Ten title since 1999 and score 70 points for the third time on the season, downing Northwestern, Before this season, UW had scored 70 points in a game six times, the last coming in December 9, 2010 Gabe Carimi wins the Outland Trophy, given to the nation s top interior lineman. It s one of three major awards won by a UW football player for the 2010 season as Scott Tolzien wins the Unitas Golden Arm Award and J.J. Watt takes home the Lott IMPACT Trophy. January 1, 2011 Wisconsin makes its seventh Rose Bowl appearance in team history, falling to TCU Trailing by eight, UW scores a TD late in the fourth quarter but can t convert on the game-tying two-point conversion. June 27, 2011 QB Russell Wilson announces his decision to transfer to Wisconsin after graduating from NC State in three years. Wilson, who was drafted by the Colorado Rockies in 2011 and was an infielder for Asheville in the Class-A South Atlantic League, chose UW over Auburn. October 1, 2011 In Nebraska s inaugural game as a member of the Big Ten, the Badgers welcomed the Huskers with a trouncing in front of a prime-time national TV audience. UW scored 20 points alone in the second quarter and did not allow a TD from Nebraska following halftime. Russell Wilson threw for 255 yards and two TDs, while Montee Ball ran for 151 yards and tallied four TDs. November 26, 2011 UW beat Penn State, 45-7, to capture the inaugural Leaders Division title and earn a spot in the first-ever Big Ten title game. The Badgers held the Nittany Lions to 233 yards of total offense while Montee Ball rushed for 156 yards and four TDs. December 3, 2011 Wisconsin defeats Michigan State, 42-39, in the inaugural Big Ten Football Championship game held in Indianapolis, Ind. The win earned UW its second straight Big Ten title, first outright since 1999, and a return trip to the Rose Bowl. December 5, 2011 RB Montee Ball becomes the third Badger to be named a finalist for the Heisman trophy. He ends up tying Barry Sanders for the most single-season TDs (34) in NCAA history and leads the nation in rushing (307 attempts, 1,954 yards). January 2, 2012 Wisconsin makes its second straight Rose Bowl appearance, falling to Oregon UW ends the season averaging a school-record 44.1 points per game. QB Russell Wilson sets an NCAA record for singleseason pass efficiency (191.8). October 20, 2012 Wisconsin extends it home winning streak to 21 games with a win over Minnesota. The victory marks the Badgers ninth-straight over the Gophers in the battle for Paul Bunyan s Axe. December 1, 2012 The Badgers win their third-straight Big Ten championship with a victory over Nebraska in Indianapolis. For the first time in school history, the Badgers have two 200-yard rushers, Melvin Gordon (216) and Montee Ball (202). UW finishes with the fourthhighest rushing total in school history (539) and ties a conference championship game scoring record. December 4, 2012 Bret Bielema announces his resignation, leaving UW after seven seasons to become the head coach at Arkansas. December 6, 2012 Barry Alvarez announces that he will coach the Badgers in the 2013 Rose Bowl Game. December 11, 2012 Montee Ball is named a first-team All-American by the Associated Press for the second-consecutive season. Ball is the second UW player to earn multiple first-team All- America honors from the AP, joining College Football Hall of Famer Dave Schreiner (1941, 42) and becomes the first Badger to twice be named consensus first-team All-America. December 20, 2012 Gary Andersen is introduced as the 29th head coach in Wisconsin football history. Andersen spent the previous four seasons as the head coach at Utah State, leading the Aggies to a record. January 1, 2013 Wisconsin makes its third-straight Rose Bowl appearance, falling to Stanford Montee Ball scores his 83rd career touchdown on an 11-yard run in the second quarter, making him the first player in the game s 99-year history to score TDs in three different Rose Bowls and the first to rush for 100 yards three times in The Granddaddy of Them All. August 31, 2013 The Badgers open the 125th season of Wisconsin football by making Gary Andersen a winner his debut as Wisconsin s head coach in a 45-0 win over UMass at Camp Randall Stadium. 280

283 September 20, 2014 Behind 253 rushing yards and a school record-tying five touchdowns from Melvin Gordon, the Badgers set single-game UW records with 644 rushing yards and 756 total yards in a win over Bowling Green at Camp Randall Stadium. November 15, 2014 In only three quarters and on just 25 carries, RB Melvin Gordon breaks the FBS single-game record by rushing for 408 yards in a win over No. 11 Nebraska at Camp Randall Stadium. Gordon s mark topped the 15-year-old record of 406 set by TCU s LaDainian Tomlinson in Gordon averaged 16.3 yards per carry and scored four touchdowns in the game. November 29, 2014 The 14th-ranked Badgers battle back from a 17-3 second quarter deficit to down No. 22 Minnesota in a win that secures the inaugural Big Ten West Division championship and gives UW its 11th-straight win over the Golden Gophers in the battle for Paul Bunyan s Axe. December 11, 2014 Junior RB Melvin Gordon is named winner of the Doak Walker Award as the nation s best running back at the ESPN College Football Awards Show at Walt Disney World. Gordon goes on to finish runner-up for the Heisman Trophy two days later in New York City and finishes the season with 2,587 rushing yards, second-most in FBS history. December 17, 2014 Paul Chryst, a former Badgers player and assistant coach, is introduced as the 30th head coach in Wisconsin football history following a three-year stint as head coach at Pittsburgh. yards and three touchdowns in his final game at Wisconsin. December 30, 2015 Rafael Gaglianone s go-ahead 29-yard field goal with 2:27 to play and junior CB Sojourn Shelton s interception on USC s ensuing possession allow the Badgers to rally for a win over the Trojans in the Holiday Bowl in San Diego. Senior QB Joel Stave claims Offensive MVP honors and becomes UW s all-time winningest quarterback with his 31st career victory, while sophomore Jack Cichy, who recorded sacks on three straight plays in the third quarter, is named Defensive MVP. September 3, 2016 Rafael Gaglianone hits a game-winning 47-yard field goal in the fourth quarter to secure a win for Wisconsin over No. 5-ranked LSU in the inaugural Lambeau Field College Classic in Green Bay, Wis. November 26, 2016 Thanks in part to four interceptions by the UW defense, the Badgers erase a 17-7 deficit and rally past rival Minnesota for a victory at Camp Randall Stadium to secure the Big Ten West Division title and a fourth apparance in the Big Ten Football Championship Game in six seasons. The win marks UW's 13thconsecutive triumph over Minnesota and ties the teams' all-time series for the first time since January 2, 2017 Wisconsin wins its third-consecutive bowl game by scoring a victory over No. 12 Western Michigan in the Goodyear Cotton Bowl Classic. Tight end Troy Fumagalli (offense) and linebacker T.J. Edwards (defense) were named the game's MVPs. January 1, 2015 With interim coach Barry Alvarez looking on in overtime, freshman K Rafael Gaglianone boots a gamewinning 25-yard field goal and Auburn misses its chance to tie, lifting No. 17 Wisconsin to a win over No. 19 Auburn in the Outback Bowl in Tampa, Fla. Melvin Gordon takes MVP honors, rushing for an Outback Bowl-record

284 Wisconsin Football Glossary Ameche, Alan The Horse Born in Italy as Lino Dante Ameche, the future Heisman Trophy winner changed his name to Alan at age 16. Lino, in his mind, was not rugged enough. Widely respected for his strength as a youth, he won the light heavyweight Golden Gloves novice boxing championship of Kenosha by default. All of his rivals dropped out after learning Ameche had entered the tournament. During his college recruitment, he was being heavily pressured to attend Notre Dame by Fred Miller, the philanthropic owner of Milwaukee s Miller Brewing Co. Wisconsin partisans, however, threatened a boycott against the buying and consumption of Miller beer if Ameche attended Notre Dame. Under threat of boycott, Miller backed off and Ameche signed with Wisconsin. In 1953, when rule changes made it necessary for him to be an all-purpose player, Ameche played defense with such ferocity that he ended up playing 55 minutes or more in each game, prompting a nickname, The Iron Horse. Ameche, drafted by Baltimore, eventually turned down a lucrative offer to join the pro wrestling tour and signed with the Colts. He led the NFL in rushing his first season and was named Rookie of the Year. Ameche died following heart surgery in 1988 at the age of 55. Artificial Turf The artificial turf at Camp Randall Stadium was first installed in 1968 when Wisconsin became the second school in the nation to install Tartan Turf. Designed by the 3M Company, the original turf cost $210,000 and was funded by the UW Parking and Transportation Board in exchange for permission to convert practice fields on the north end of Camp Randall into a 500-car parking lot. The initial surface turned black in some areas when the green fiber tips broke off, so 3M sprayed the field green for the 1969 season. Camp Randall Stadium s playing surface was replaced prior to Wisconsin s 1998 Big Ten championship season. At the same time, the school replaced the playing surface in the McClain Athletic Center, too. During the summer of 2003, Wisconsin contracted with FieldTurf to install its product in Camp Randall Stadium and the McClain Center. The FieldTurf product is the playing surface of choice for a number of major college and professional stadiums. The turf includes a sand and ground up rubber base that leads to excellent drainage in wet conditions and a soft, non-abrasive condition to cushion falls. Yardage numerals and hash marks are glued in, and the red endzone names and center Motion W were manufactured according to UW color specs and added in the fall of The field inside Camp Randall was replaced with new FieldTurf surface prior to the start of the 2012 season. Badgers Nickname The team s nickname, Badgers, was borrowed from the state of Wisconsin. The territory was dubbed the Badger State, not because of animals in the region, but rather an association with lead miners in the 1820s. Prospectors came to the state looking for minerals. Without shelter in the winter, the miners had to live like badgers in tunnels burrowed into hillsides. Bakken, Jim Jim Bakken, a former kicker with the St. Louis Cardinals, set a UW record with six field goal attempts vs. Minnesota in Bakken served as an administrator in the Badger athletic department before his retirement in Band caps When a Badger team wins an athletic contest, members of the band turn their hats around and wear them backwards. The practice started in the 1920s to symbolize the band looking back at the victory in days when they marched out with the departing. Bucky Badger Badgers in various forms have been recognized as the school mascot for decades. The version currently known as Bucky, sporting a cardinal and white letter sweater, was first drawn in 1940 by artist Art Evans. At that time, the badger went by names like Benny, Buddy, Bernie, Bobby and Bouncey. Art Lentz, the department s publicity director, had the idea to bring the mascot to life. The original badger mascot was too vicious to control. On more than one occasion, the live badger escaped handlers before a sideline hero recaptured the animal with a flying tackle. It was decided in the interest of fan and player safety that Wisconsin s mascot be retired to the Madison Zoo. The Badger Yearbook replaced the live badger with a small raccoon named Regdab (badger backwards) and passed it off as a badger in a raccoon coat. In 1949, a student in the university s art department, Connie Conrad, was commissioned to mold a paper-mache badger head. Gymnast and cheerleader, Bill Sagal, of Plymouth, Wis., was directed by homecoming chair Bill Sachse, to wear the outfit at the homecoming game. A contest was staged to name the popular mascot. The winner was Buckingham U. Badger, or Bucky. The name appar- 282

285 ently came from the lyrics in a song which encouraged the football team to buck right through that line. Bucky Badger has persevered through the years, even surviving a threat by then assistant attorney general, Howard Koop, in He suggested that Bucky be replaced by Henrietta Holstein, a loveable cow. Koop argued that kids love cows. A generation could grow up supporting the university and Henrietta Holstein. Koop s effort to overthrow Bucky failed. Bucky even survived a cameo appearance by former Sports Illustrated writer Rick Telander. In preparation for a book about the athletic department, Telander wore Bucky s costume at a 1991 volleyball game. Telander overcame terminal claustrophobia in his appearance. Bud Song An integral part of any Wisconsin band performance is the playing of the Bud song. The tune is a spinoff of the song You ve Said It All, a jingle with words and music originally written by Steve Karmen for Budweiser beer commercials. Copyrighted by Sandlee Publishing Corporation in 1970, the song has become legendary at the University because of its polka-like rhythm. Band director Michael Leckrone said the song s popularity got started at a 1975 hockey game. The wanted to hear a polka, he said. I didn t have any polkas. We had, just by accident, this beer commercial in the tunes we play. I told the band if we substituted the word Wisconsin for Budweiser it would work. Leckrone said the song became a football tradition after a 1978 come-from-behind victory over Oregon. Wisconsin was behind by three touchdowns, and the was really dead. I played the song to get everyone pepped up. About 20 seconds after that, Wisconsin scored a TD. I played it again, and Wisconsin scored another touchdown. From then on, the band could never play enough Bud, said Leckrone. Colors The University of Wisconsin Athletic Department s official colors are Cardinal and White. PMS 200 is the designated color of the cardinal. Fifth Quarter The Wisconsin band has become nationally famous for its post-game celebration called the Fifth Quarter. Win or lose, fans sing, dance and cheer with the band as they play traditional favorites, like On, Wisconsin and the Bud song. Originally, the post-game concert was designed to give the fans something to listen to on their way out of the stadium, but it developed into a post-game party as the band built in audience participation activities. Graduating Law Students At the homecoming game, graduating law students throw canes over the crossbar of the goal post in a pre-game ceremony. If students catch their cane, legend claims they will win their first case. If the cane is dropped, the case will be lost. The custom originated at Harvard and came to the UW-Madison in Hard Rocks The 1951 Wisconsin defense, known as the Hard Rocks, led the country in total defense (154.8 per game) and was second in rushing defense (66.8). That defense allowed only 5.9 points per game and actually outscored the opponents for the season. The defense was so terrorizing that the athletic department received a letter from one fan asking Wisconsin to punt on first down so he could see more of the defensive platoon. Eight of the nine seniors on the Hard Rocks scored in their careers. The ninth, Bill Lane, came close. With Indiana backed up deep in its own territory for a punt, the seniors told Lane they would refrain from rushing in order to form a wedge, or meatchopper, for him to run behind and score. Much to the seniors dismay, freshman Don Voss missed the call and blocked the punt. After the season, the defensive platoon challenged the offense in a charity game with one interesting twist. The offensive team could have the ball all the time, since the defense felt it could outscore its opponents even without the ball. Heartland Trophy The hotly and evenly contested Wisconsin- Iowa football series was missing just one thing until 2004: a trophy for the annual winner. The Heartland Trophy is the statue of a bull that measures 30 inches tall, 36 inches long and 18 inches deep. It was designed and produced by artist Frank Strub, a former Iowa football player living in Des Moines. The trophy is a terrific opportunity to further showcase a great Midwestern college football rivalry, said UW Director of Athletics Barry Alvarez. Playing for the Heartland Trophy adds another dimension to what is already a highly anticipated competition for college football bragging rights. A fake punt from Brad Nortman and a touchdown run from Montee Ball with just over a minute left gave the Badgers a comeback victory at Iowa in 2010, giving UW possession of the Heartland Trophy for the first time since The win tied the all-time series up at Hirsch, Elroy Crazylegs Though he only played one season in Madison, Hirsch s legacy grew through 18 years as athletic director and many more as a goodwill ambassador. Hirsch was first tagged Crazylegs on Sept. 26, 1942, after a 60-yard touchdown run vs. Notre Dame prompted a local writer to say, His crazy legs

286 were gyrating. After leaving Wisconsin, he starred for nine seasons with the Los Angeles Rams. During those days in L.A., he kept busy by making three movies, including Crazylegs, All-American in which he portrayed himself. After retiring as a player, he worked in the Rams front office before returning to Madison as athletic director from His No. 40, the number he wore at every stop in his football career but one, is retired at Wisconsin. Because of a mandatory league numbering system he wore No. 80 (double-40) for the Chicago Rockets, but had the No. 40 stitched on the inside of his jersey. Hirsh passed away on Jan. 28, 2004 of natural causes. There was never a more loved and admired ambassador for Badger Sports than Elroy Hirsch, said Athletic Director Pat Richter. He loved life, loved people, and loved the Badgers. Jump Around* Wisconsin s victory over Purdue on October 10, 1998, is memorable mostly for Boilermaker quarterback Drew Brees s NCAA-record 83 passing attempts (and NCAA record-tying 55 completions) and freshman Jamar Fletcher s 52-yard interception return for a touchdown in the third quarter that provided the winning margin. The game is memorable, however, for another reason: it was the beginning of Jump Around. Kevin Kluender was in his second year as an assistant marketing director at Wisconsin that fall. Kluender s job at Badger home games was to cue up music and to work in conjunction with public address man Mike Mahnke. That season marked the debut of the student section race, a mock competition run on the stadium scoreboard in which the letters representing the student sections at Camp Randall Stadium (K, L, M, N, O and P) raced against each other. The race, always run at the end of the third quarter, was usually followed by music that Kluender selected. Ryan Sondrup, a former Badger football player and then volunteer in the athletic marketing office, had (along with some other Badgers) come up with a list of contemporary music to be played in the stadium during games. That evening Kluender chose Jump Around, a song released in 1992 by a group called House of Pain. I remember thinking maybe the students would get into it, Kluender recalled. I initially turned my back to the field while the song was playing, but I saw people in the press box pointing out to the field. I turned back around and it looked like popcorn popping. Indeed, the student section (which included Sondrup that night) had embraced the song by doing just what it said: jumping around. Since that game against Purdue, fans all over the stadium have taken to jumping to the hip-hop tune. Kluender, however, is not completely comfortable with taking credit for introducing Jump Around to Camp Randall Stadium. The song was already in our computer when I got to Wisconsin, Kluender said. I m sure it had been played before. But that Purdue game was the first time we did it in the format that we ve maintained over the years. *The preceding is an excerpt from Tales From The Wisconsin Badgers, written by Justin Doherty and published in 2005 by Sports Publishing LLC of Champaign, Ill. Marek, Billy The three-time, first-team, all-big Ten running back wasn t recruited to play high school football because he had Osgood Schlatter disease (a knee ailment that affected teenagers) and didn t play seventh/eighth grade football. The 5-foot-8 Marek carried the ball only once as a freshman at the UW, then put together three consecutive 1,200-yard seasons. In danger of falling shy of 1,000 yards in 1974 after missing nearly three full games with injuries, Marek rushed for 704 yards in the final three games, including 304 and five touchdowns in a rout of Minnesota. His play earned him Sports Illustrated s national offensive back of the week honors. Marek was at the center of an April Fool s Day joke played by Wisconsin State Journal columnist Tom Butler in Butler wrote a tongue-in-cheek piece about moving the Big Ten s leading rusher to the defensive secondary for his senior season. The article ended with the phrase, April Fools! Unfortunately, wire service reporters did not make it to the last line, and called head coach John Jardine s house for confirmation. The AP eventually moved the story on its national wire for about a half-an-hour before the hoax was discovered. Motion W When Barry Alvarez came to Madison, he decided that the helmet logo needed to be updated to signal a new era in Wisconsin football. He entertained different designs in 1990 before Rayovac artist Rick Suchanek developed the Motion W, which included a tail at the back of the logo. Alvarez thought the tail was a bit much, but when it was removed, decided to go with it. The University bought the rights to the design, and the logo has been adopted by all other UW sports. O Dea, Pat One of several Wisconsin greats from the premodern era of college football is kicker Pat O Dea. The Australian-born O Dea came to Madison in 1896 to join his brother Andy, who was crew coach and football trainer. Known as the Kangaroo Kicker, O Dea brought a different style to the American game of football. He learned to play the Australian game where all punting and drop-kicking

287 was done on the run. O Dea drop-kicked a legendary 62-yard field goal vs. Northwestern during a heavy blizzard. After his playing days, he coached at Notre Dame and Missouri before moving to San Francisco. O Dea, who essentially had disappeared, was thought to have joined an Australian contingent which travelled through the country. Press releases surmised that he probably lies beneath an unmarked grave in France. The truth was, he had moved to California under the assumed name of Charles J. Mitchell, to escape the pressure of being a star ex-athlete. Probably, I was wrong, he said in an interview with San Francisco sportswriter Bill Leiser after the 17-year exile. I wanted to get away from my past. As Pat O Dea, I seemed very much just an ex-football player. I was very happy as Charles Mitchell for awhile. On, Wisconsin The tune was originally composed in 1909 by Chicago s William Purdy, and the words were written by Carl Beck. Purdy and Beck had been fraternity brothers at Hamilton College (Clinton, N.Y.) and were roommates in Chicago. Purdy was going to submit the song for a $100 prize that the University of Minnesota was offering for a new football song. When Beck heard the music, he offered to write words and suggested that Purdy offer it to Wisconsin, where Beck had once studied. The song was an instant hit on campus and spread throughout the world. It was especially popular with military bands. Some 2,500 schools have adopted the music and changed the words to suit their needs. On, Wisconsin was sung for the first time at the 1909 homecoming game vs. Minnesota. The music was adapted by current Band Director Michael Leckrone in The original version had been played virtually unchanged since its inception. I got a lot of flak for that, Leckrone said. The old version was one you had to wait on. I wanted to generate immediate reaction, so I stepped it up a bit. On Wisconsin, On Wisconsin Plunge right through that line, Run the ball clear down the field, boys Touchdown sure this time On Wisconsin, On Wisconsin Fight on for her fame, Fight, Fellows, Fight, Fight, Fight We ll win this game! Paul Bunyan's Axe The most-played rivalry in Division I football continues this fall when Wisconsin and Minnesota meet. The UW-UM series is the nation s oldest and has been played continuously for since 1890 (except for 1906). The game has alternated sites between the university campuses since Much prestige was always associated with the game, and the significance was emphasized with its place on the schedule. Between 1933 and 1982, the Wisconsin-Minnesota game was always the final regular-season contest for each school. The series took an added twist in 1948 when more than state bragging rights were on the line. After a 16-0 setback that season, the Wisconsin lettermen s group, the National W Club, presented Minnesota with an axe wielded by Paul Bunyan. He was the mythical giant of Midwestern lumber camps. Each year since, the winner of the annual battle between the Big Ten rivals is presented with the axe, complete with scores inscribed on the handle, for display on its campus. Slab of Bacon The Slab of Bacon trophy was the precursor to Paul Bunyan s Axe as the prize in the Wisconsin- Minnesota football series. Apparently, the trophy was presented to the winning school by a sorority from the losing institution. The trophy was discontinued in the 1940s and was discovered in a storage room at the UW Department of Athletics in It is currently housed in the football office at Wisconsin. We took home the bacon, Coach Barry Alvarez said, and kept it. Sculptures Two of the most significant figures in Wisconsin football history are permanent fixtures in front (Gate 1) of Camp Randall Stadium. Life-size sculptures of former head coach and current Director of Athletics Barry Alvarez and former player and Director of Athletics Pat Richter stand as reminders to all Badger fans of the roles the pair had in turning UW Athletics around during the 1990s. The silicon bronze Alvarez sculpture is six feet, one inch tall and weighs approximately 300 pounds. The sculptor was Lou Cella of Timeless Creations, Inc., who created the piece at The Studio of Rotblatt Amrany in Highwood, Ill. The sculpture of Richter was done by Sean M. Bell, also at The Studio of Rotblatt Amrany. Varsity The traditional arm-waving at the end of the song, Varsity, was the 1934 brainstorm of band leader Ray Dvorak. He saw Pennsylvania students wave their caps after losing a game. Dvorak later instructed Wisconsin students to salute UW President Glenn Frank after each game. Var-sity! Var-sity! U-rah-rah! Wisconsin! Praise to thee we sing Praise to thee our Alma Mater U-rah-rah, Wisconsin!

288 Camp Randall Stadium Camp Randall History The centerpiece of Wisconsin athletics, Camp Randall Stadium has been at the heart of the university since Home to the Wisconsin Badger football team, the most recent renovation of the stadium was completed in 2005, offering the teams and fans a state of the art football experience. Harboring the popular bowl shape structure, Camp Randall is one of the nation s oldest and most historic stadiums. Camp Randall is the fourth-oldest stadium among NCAA Bowl Subdivision schools. Only Georgia Tech, Mississippi State and Cincinnati are older. In terms of capacity, the stadium is the 17th-largest in the nation and is the fourth-largest in the Big Ten. Prior to its use as a football stadium, the land was used for the training of Wisconsin troops during wartime, and was named after Wisconsin s first wartime governor, Alexander W. Randall. In the early days of the state of Wisconsin, the 50-acre plot bounded by University Avenue, Breese Terrace, Monroe Street and North Randall was owned by the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society. State Fairs, races, and other community events were held where the present day stadium rests. After the Civil War began escalating, the society donated the land to the state to use as a training ground for troops. Soldiers first moved into the area on May 1, In the matter of a year, more than 70,000 of the state s troops were trained there at one time or another. In 1862, sick and wounded Confederate soldiers were held at Camp Randall and those that perished were laid to rest on Madison s west side. The area known as soldier s rest is the northernmost confederate cemetery in the United States. In 1893 the land was going to be put up for sale for building lots, but the war veterans sounded their voice, and the state legislature purchased the land from a group of Madison business owners for $25,000. The land was immediately turned over to the university. The famous Memorial Arch was constructed in 1911 at the same price that the land was purchased for. The cannons that are still present today were mounted in During WWI and WWII troops were again stationed at the site for training before being sent abroad to defend the United States. The local veteran s group proceeded to write a petition to the Wisconsin Board of Regents in hopes to keep the Camp Randall title for the field. Their petition was granted and the site was first used for athletic events in 1894 as track and field events took place. The first football game was played at the site the following year. For the first 20 years of use, the stadium was occupied with rented bleachers on the east and west sides that were able to hold around 3,000 people. There are reports that nearly 15,000 people would regularly attend football games filling in the standing room surrounding the field. Work began in 1915 after seven years of petitioning to the state legislature in order to receive the necessary funds to construct a permanent football stadium. The work was slow and immediately fell behind schedule. While playing Minnesota during the fall of 1915, the east-side bleachers collapsed and injured hundreds of spectators. The accident caught the attention of the legislature and the new concrete seating was soon under construction. The first section of seating was built on the hill along Breese Terrace. The hill was used as the foundation for the bleacher section on the west side of the playing surface. The 40 rows of bleachers, seating close to 10,000 fans, were ready in time for the 1917 opener against Beloit. The stadium wasn t officially dedicated until the homecoming game against Minnesota on November 3, The Badgers beat the Gophers 34-0 in front of a capacity of 10,000 fans. Over the next seven years, the stadium gradually removed the temporary wooden bleachers and added concrete seats. In 1924, the capacity had reached 33,000 and there were OLDEST STADIUMS Nation s Oldest Bowl Subdivision Stadiums* 1. Georgia Tech Mississippi St Cincinnati Wisconsin Oklahoma St Washington Kansas Stanford Tennessee Ohio St * On-campus facilities CAPACITIES Camp Randall Stadium Capacities Over the Years , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,321 now seats on all four sides of the field. Over the next 15 years, more and more pieces were added as money became available. In 1940, more seating was installed and the seating capac

289 ity had grown to 45,000 with the UW Field House enclosing the south end of the field. An interesting use of the stadium in the 1940s was the inclusion of dormitories for students and military personnel. The Works Progress Administration, initiated by President Franklin Roosevelt to help pull the nation out of depression, constructed the dorms underneath the east bleachers. There was enough room for 150 men to live, as well as a rifle range and boxing and wrestling rooms. The dorms were initially occupied by naval trainees and, after the war, the dorms were occupied by student veterans. The living quarters were named the Schreiner and Baumann houses in honor of two UW students that were killed in Okinawa during WWII. The dorms were closed in 1951 and converted into offices for the extension department and later became the home to the athletic and military departments. In 1950, plans for adding an additional 10,000 seats began. At the cost of $569,000 the bleachers in the north end were to be raised to the same level as those in the west and east sides. The project took over a year due to material shortages after the war and an extremely harsh winter. The seats were completed in 1951 and the stadium was now able to hold 55,000 people, but was still one of the smallest in the Big Ten. After near capacity s over the next few seasons, the Board of Regents decided to lower the field and add 10,000 more seats. These new seats would eliminate the track and most of the new seats would be placed along the sidelines. By 1958, the $482,000 project was completed and the capacity had increased to 63,710. The stadium proved adequate during the 1950s and early 1960s. In 1964, the regents decided to add more seating after a number of successful seasons had brought more and more people to the stadium. This time, the plan was to go up. The second deck along the west side was to be constructed with the addition of a press box (freeing up more seats in the bleachers). The project was completed in time for the 1965 season and brought the capacity up to 77,745. Camp Randall remained virtually untouched for over 35 years until the most recent renovation began in The $109.5 million project was completed in 2005 raising the capacity to where it currently rests at 80,321. Recent additions include the premium seating structure above the east side bleachers, the new Kellner Hall office building, the Athletic Operations Building, the football offices, the McGinnis Family Athletic Ticket Office, new visiting team lockers, the Camp Randall Media Room, and renovations and upgrades to the press box. The new structure on the east side includes 72 suites, 337 club seats and 590 varsity indoor seats. The Communications Center built in 1965 is now remodeled and includes areas for media, game personnel and university department officials and was renamed the Evjue Communications Center after the recent renovation. Kellner Hall, which is attached to the east bleachers and the UW Field House, is home to the Athletic Department and Ticket Office. Since its inception, Camp Randall has seen three different playing surfaces. From 1917 to 1989, the surface was a natural grass playing field. In 1990, artificial turf was installed, and a computerized scoreboard was added in During the recent renovation two video replay scoreboards and a new sound system were installed. In 2004, the turf was replaced with a rubber composite system installed by FieldTurf. That field was replaced with a new FieldTurf surface prior to the 2012 season. Further renovations prior to the 2013 season saw both scoreboards above the north end zone and attached to Kellner Hall replaced with larger, high-definition displays. Camp Randall is one of college football s most storied stadiums with a rich history of service and over 90 years of football. Camp Randall is not solely used by the Wisconsin football team. Since 1982, all WIAA state football championship games have been held at the stadium. Camp Randall has also played host to numerous outdoor concerts, the Drum Corps International, Green Bay Packers exhibition games and other large public events

290 The 25 Greatest Moments in Camp Randall History (Used with permission from KCI Sports Ventures, LLC, which published a book of the same name written by Mike Lucas in 2005) 25. Oct. 27, 1984 Wisconsin 16, Ohio St. 14 The Badgers upset the sixth-ranked Buckeyes behind the stellar play of RB Marck Harrison and LB Craig Raddatz. Harrison rushed for 203 yards while Raddatz recorded two interceptions and 11 tackles. 24. Nov. 12, 1932 Wisconsin 20, Minnesota 13 The man of many positions, Walter Francis Mickey Himself McGuire, in his final home game as a Badger scored all three touchdowns as Wisconsin beat national powerhouse Minnesota. McGuire scored on the opening kickoff and closed the day by catching the game-winning touchdown pass with nine seconds to play. 23. Oct. 3, 1970 Wisconsin 29, Penn State 16 Coach John Jardine earned his first win as a Badger, beating No. 17 Penn State prior to their joining the Big Ten along with hall-of-fame coach Joe Paterno in a non-conference battle. 22. Nov. 22, 1952 Wisconsin 21, Minnesota 21 With the tie against rival Minnesota, the Badgers earned a share of the Big Ten title and advanced to their first Rose Bowl appearance. The Badgers then fell 7-0 to USC on New Year s Day. 21. Oct. 3, 1992 Wisconsin 20, Ohio St. 16 The Badgers beat No. 12 Ohio St. earning their first win over a ranked opponent in seven years as well as their first conference opening win in 11 years. 17. Sept. 30, 1978 Wisconsin 22, Oregon 19 Third-string quarterback, Mike Kalasmiki came into the game after second-stringer, Charles Green, wasn t able to produce any offense who replaced injured John Josten early in the first quarter. Kalasmiki directed a 22-point run in the final 10:29 to mark one of the most memorable comebacks in UW history. 16. Nov. 10, 1951 Wisconsin 16, Pennsylvania 7 The famous Hard Rocks defense recovered a fumble in the end zone, returned an interception for a touchdown and recorded a safety to propel the Badgers past Ivy League opponent, Pennsylvania. Including extra points and field goals, the Hard Rocks outscored their opponents during the 1951 season. 15. Sept. 9, 2000 Wisconsin 27, Oregon 23 After recording only 24 yards on the ground and trailing 6-0 at the half, the Badgers responded with a huge second half coming from behind to beat the Oregon Ducks. Michael Bennett had 258 of his 290 rushing yards in the second half, while cornerback, Jamar Fletcher, had three interceptions and free safety, Jason Doering, had 18 tackles. 14. Nov. 23, 1974 Wisconsin 49, Minnesota 14 Wisconsin running back Billy Marek notched his third-straight game with over 200 yards as he tallied 304 yards to go along with five touchdowns in the win. Cornerback Ken Simmons forced one fumble, recovered two and intercepted former Gopher quarterback and current coach of the Super Bowl Champion Indianapolis Colts, Tony Dungy. 20. Oct. 17, 1959 Wisconsin 25, Iowa 16 By beating the Hawkeyes, Wisconsin started their march towards their first out-right Big Ten title and to the 1960 Rose Bowl. The win was also coach Milt Bruhn s first at the helm of the Badgers. 19. Oct. 16, 1971 Wisconsin 31, Michigan St. 28 The Dance Revolution was at its peak as Rufus Roadrunner Ferguson led the team in rushing with 1,222 yards in The win over Michigan State was the first for Wisconsin in 10 years. 18. Nov. 23, 2002 Wisconsin 49, Minnesota 31 Wisconsin became bowl eligible and earned back the rights to the Paul Bunyan Axe with the win. Anthony Davis, who rushed for 301 yards and five TD s, became only the third Badger to rush for more than 300 yards in a game. Walk-on sophomore, Jim Leonhard, had two interceptions breaking the school record for picks in a season (11). 13. Nov. 6, 1993 Wisconsin 14, Ohio St. 14 One week after the tragic stampede of the student section at Camp Randall, the Badgers welcomed No. 3 Ohio State to Madison. The Buckeyes were undefeated on the season and had a 14-game regular season unbeaten streak dating back to the previous year. The Buckeyes blocked Rick Schnetzky s game-winning field goal as time expired to end the game in a tie. The Badgers and Buckeyes went on to share the Big Ten title that season, and Wisconsin proceeded to beat UCLA in the Rose Bowl. 12. Nov. 19, 1966 Wisconsin 7, Minnesota 6 Head coach Milt Bruhn won his final game as coach after resigning the Monday before. Bruhn ended his career with a record including two Big Ten titles. The Badgers didn t win another game over their next 23 tries, spanning more than two seasons. 11. Oct. 10, 1998 Wisconsin 31, Purdue 24 House of Pain s Jump Around made its debut between the third and fourth quarters of the night game against the Boilermakers on Homecoming. Purdue quarterback, Drew Brees, set an NCAA

291 mark with 83 pass attempts and tied the completion mark of 55 while amassing 494 yards through the air. 10. Oct. 23, 1982 Wisconsin 28, Illinois 29 The only loss in the countdown was overshadowed by the trick play called by famous Wisconsin coach, Dave McClain. QB Randy Wright threw a lateral bounce pass to receiver Al Toon behind the line of scrimmage who then pump faked and found a wide-open tight end, Jeff Nault, for the touchdown. 9. Nov. 20, 1954 Wisconsin 27, Minnesota Heisman Trophy winner, Alan Ameche, was carried off the field after his final home game as a Badger on senior day. Clarence Bratt set a Big Ten record with four interceptions in the game, and as a team, the Badgers tallied a Big Ten record six interceptions. 8. Oct. 11, 2003 Wisconsin 17, Ohio St. 10 Backup quarterback, Matt Schabert connected with Lee Evans for a 79-yard touchdown strike to upset third-ranked Ohio State. The Buckeyes had arrived at Camp Randall with a 19-game win streak and after Jim Sorgi left the game, Schabert stole the show controlling the ball on offense and hitting Evans for the winning score. 3. Nov. 21, 1998 Wisconsin 24, Penn State 3 Entering the game, the Badgers needed Ohio State to beat Michigan as well as win their own game against Penn State to win the Big Ten. Late in the first quarter, the OSU/Michigan game result was shown, giving new life to the Badgers as they had a chance to win the Big Ten after a three-way tie with OSU and Michigan. The Badgers turned it on during the second quarter to put the game out of reach and went on to earn their fifth Rose Bowl appearance. 2. Oct. 31, 1942 Wisconsin 17, Ohio St. 7 The sixth-ranked Badgers earned their first win over a top-ranked opponent against Ohio State. The Buckeyes had to deal with the relentless Elroy Crazylegs Hirsch and Dave Schreiner who both went on to serve in WWII after the 1942 season. 1. Nov. 13, 1999 Wisconsin 41, Iowa 3 Wisconsin running back, Ron Dayne, set the NCAA s All-Time rushing record as he broke open a 31-yard run late in the first half. The Badgers won the Big Ten title with the victory and went on the beat Stanford in the 2000 Rose Bowl. Dayne still holds the career rushing mark with 7,125 yards. 7. Sept. 21, 1974 Wisconsin 21, Nebraska 20 This win was head coach, John Jardine s, biggest by far. The game was part of Jardine s only winning season at the helm of the Badgers. The upset of fourth-ranked Nebraska was one of the biggest wins in school history. Badger receiver, Jeff Mack, scored the game-winning 77-yard touchdown with 3:29 left. 6. Oct. 11, 1969 Wisconsin 23, Iowa 17 The win marked the first Wisconsin victory in the last 23 games. Head coach John Coatta notched his first win at the helm after suffering two winless seasons entering the 1969 campaign. The crowd rushed the field and carried Coatta off on their shoulders. 5. Sept. 12, 1981 Wisconsin 21, Michigan 14 The unranked Badgers toppled No. 1 Michigan after losing four straight match-ups with the Wolverines by a combined total of After winning the first game of the year, the Badgers finished 7-5, losing to Tennessee in the Garden State Bowl. 4. Nov. 10, 1962 Wisconsin 37, Northwestern 6 The heralded match-up between Wisconsin s QB, Ron Vander Kelen and WR, Pat Richter against Northwestern s QB, Tom Meyers and WR, Paul Flatley was over soon into the second half. Wisconsin scored 21 points early in the third to seal the game and upset the top-ranked Wildcats. The Badgers went on to fall to USC in the 1963 Rose Bowl

292 Camp Randall Stadium Getting to Camp Randall Stadium From Dane County Regional Airport Exit airport via International Lane to Packers Avenue (Hwy. 113). Turn left on Packers Avenue, which changes to Pennsylvania Avenue, Johnson Street, Gorham Street and then University Avenue. Stay on University through campus and turn left on Randall Avenue. Go approximately three blocks until Randall forks. Take the right fork (Monroe Street.). The stadium is located on the right side on Monroe Street. From West via I-90 / 94 (Minneapolis) Take I-90/94 to Highway 151 South (Washington Avenue). Continue to the State Capitol. Turn right on Webster Street and complete half a square around the Capitol (Webster to Dayton to Fairchild). Turn right on W. Washington Avenue and follow it to Regent Street. Turn right onto Regent Street and follow to Camp Randall Stadium. From east via I-94 (from Milwaukee) Take I-94 to Highway 30 West. Take Highway 30 to its end at Highway 113 South. Turn left onto 113 South, which becomes Packers / Pennsylvania Avenue. Continue on Packers / Pennsylvania, which changes to Johnson Street, Gorham Street and then University Avenue. Stay on University Ave. through campus and turn left on Randall Avenue. Go approximately three blocks until Randall forks. Take right fork (Monroe Street). The stadium is located on the right side on Monroe Street. From south via I-90 (from Chicago) Take I-90 to the Beltline (Highway12/18). Go west on the Beltline to Park Street (Highway 151) and exit right (north). Take Park Street to Regent Street. Turn left on Regent Street, then approximately six blocks to Camp Randall Stadium

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