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Wisconsin 24, Iowa 22

Iowa;3;3;0;16;--;22

Wisconsin;0;14;7;3;--;24

First quarter

Iowa – Keith Duncan 24-yard FG. Drive – 4 plays, 10 yards, 1:02. Time remaining – 7:38. Key plays – A.J. Epenesa forced, Cedrick Lattimore recovered a Jack Coan fumble at the Wisconsin 16-yard line; defensive holding moves the ball to the Badgers’ 8 before a pair of incomplete passes stalls the drive. Score – Iowa 3-0

Second quarter

Wisconsin – Danny Davis 17-yard run. Collin Larsh kick. Drive – 7 plays, 59 yards, 4:02. Time remaining – 9:44. Key plays – Jack Sanborn recovered a Nate Stanley fumble at the Wisconsin 41-yard line; Jonathan Taylor 3 carries, 15 yards to open the drive; pass interference on Michael Ojemudia moved the ball to the Iowa 19-yard line. Score – Wisconsin 7-3

Iowa – Duncan 40-yard FG. Drive – 8 plays, 53 yards, 3:13. Time remaining – 6:31. Key play – late hit penalty on Wisconsin following a 7-yard reception by Ihmir Smith-Marsette; Tyler Goodson 21-yard rush to the Wisconsin 31-yard line. Score – Wisconsin 7-6

Wisconsin – Davis 14-yard pass from Coan. Larsh kick. Drive – 13 plays, 76 yards, 6:08. Time remaining – 0:14. Key plays – Taylor 7 carries, 45 carries; Coan pass for 6 yards to Quintez Cephus on third-and-5 to the Wisconsin 35; Coan 15-yard pass to Jake Ferguson to the Iowa 16. Score – Wisconsin 14-6

Third quarter

Wisconsin – Cephus 27-yard pass from Coan. Larsh kick. Drive – 4 plays, 86 yards, 2:08. Time remaining – 2:16. Key play – Coan drive-opening 52-yard pass to Cephus to the Iowa 34-yard line. Score – Wisconsin 21-6

Fourth quarter

Iowa – Nico Ragaini 3-yard pass from Stanley. Duncan kick. Drive – 9 plays, 75 yards, 3:10. Time remaining – 14:06. Key plays – Stanley 6-of-7 passing for 69 yards, including passes of 26 yards to Tyrone Tracy Jr. and 17 yards to Smith-Marsette to open the drive. Score – Wisconsin 21-13

Iowa – Duncan 39-yard FG. Drive – 10 plays, 26 yards, 3:15. Time remaining – 9:27. Key plays – Stanley 2-yard carry on fourth-and-1 to the Wisconsin 36 following a 9-yard pass to Ragaini. Score – Wisconsin 21-16

Wisconsin – Larsh 29-yard FG. Drive – 10 plays, 64 yards, 5:58. Time remaining – 3:29. Key play – Taylor 36-yard run on the drive’s first play, the longest run of the season allowed by Iowa. Score – Wisconsin 24-16

Iowa – Tracy 75-yard pass from Stanley. Stanley run failed. Drive – 1 play, 75 yards, 0:11. Time remaining – 3:12. Key play – Stanley hit Tracy for the score on Iowa’s longest offensive play of the season. Score – Wisconsin 24-22

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;IA;WIS

First downs;15;24

Rushes-yards;23-87;46-300

Passing yards;208;173

Comp-Att-Int;17-28-0;16-25-1

Total yards;295;473

Return yards;0;0

Punts-avg.;4-41.2;3-34.3

Fumbles-lost;1-1;1-1

Penalties-yards;3-25;8-63

Possession time;22:36;37:24

Individual statistics

Rushing – Iowa, Toren Young 9-44, Tyler Goodson 5-26, Mekhi Sargent 4-21, Team 1-(-1), Nate Stanley 4-(-3); Wisconsin, Jonathan Taylor 31-250, Nakia Watson 6-32, Danny Davis 1-17, Mason Stokke 1-3, Jack Coan 5-0, Team 2-(-2)

Passing – Iowa, Stanley 17-28-0-208-2; Wisconsin, Coan 16-25-1-173-2

Receiving – Iowa, Nico Ragaini 6-32, Tyrone Tracy 5-130, Ihmir Smith-Marsette 3-27, Sam LaPorta 1-16, Tyler Goodson 1-6, Max Cooper 1-(-3); Wisconsin, Quintez Cephus 5-94, Danny Davis 4-19, Jake Ferguson 2-19, Garrett Groshek 2-16, Kendric Pryor 1-2, J. Taylor 1-8, A.J. Taylor 1-5

Tackle leaders – Iowa, Matt Hankins 5-3-8, Michael Ojemudia 7-0-7, Jack Koerner 5-2-7, Dillon Doyle 4-3-7, Cedrick Lattimore 4-2-6, Geno Stone 4-2-6; Wisconsin, Zack Baun 6-0-6, Chris Orr 4-2-6, Jack Sanborn 5-0-5, Caesar Williams 3-0-3, Noah Burks 3-0-3, Collin Wilder 2-1-3

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