- Wisconsin Badgers have a strong first half, leading 21-3 over Purdue Boilermakers
- Offensive coordinator Phil Longo praised for utilizing the zone-read
- Wide receiver Will Pauling shows promising route-running skills
The Wisconsin Badgers have a strong start in their game against the Purdue Boilermakers, taking a 21-3 lead at halftime. Offensive coordinator Phil Longo impressively utilizes the zone-read play, opening up opportunities for quarterback Tanner Mordecai and resulting in a successful ground game for the Badgers. Wide receiver Will Pauling showcases his route-running skills and contributes to the team’s success. However, tight end Hayden Rucci and wide receiver Skyler Bell struggle with dropped balls, missing potential touchdown opportunities. The Badgers’ run defense also needs improvement as they allow Purdue to gain significant yards on the ground.
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