Wisconsin jumped all over Penn State to open the Big Ten Championship Game on Saturday night, scoring 2 touchdowns on their first two drives in very different fashion.
Badgers FB Austin Ramesh plunged into the end zone from the 1 to give Wisconsin a 7-0 lead over Penn State on its opening drive — a 14-play, 81-yard drive that culminated in the score. Only 2 plays in the series were passes, and both were third-down completions. The drive took 8 minutes.
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Following the Nittany Lions’ second punt in as many drives, Badgers RB Corey Clement scored on a 67-yard run on Wisconsin’s second play of the ensuing drive.
He had 8 carries for 26 yards on the opening drive.