1. Mix it up: The Badgers have run the ball on 70% of their first downs this season. That number gets inflated by wins against Eastern Michigan and Illinois where the run game was working and running the ball was a good decision. But UW needs to break that tendency more often as it enters a the stretch run of the season. Some first down passes, even short ones, to get quarterback Graham Mertz into a rhythm earlier in games and avoid his first pass of a series being in third-and-long situations would be helpful.
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Props to UW coach Paul Chryst for calling a fake punt, but the Badgers allowed Army to stick around, which results in lackluster grades from columnist Jim Polzin.
Adrian Martinez clearly has the full support of his teammates and coaches: "I don’t think I’ve seen anyone deal with criticism the way he does."
How many more times will Nebraska knock on the door before finally rising up and knocking it down? That's how Parker Gabriel kicks this one off.
After an eventful second quarter for the Big Ten officiating crew, the fans were not the only ones frustrated with the calls following No. 9 Michigan's 32-29 win.
PROVO, Utah — Down both starting corners for the full game and then the top safety and leading tackler on the team after a targeting call in the second quarter, the Boise State defense didn’t make excuses.
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. – There wasn’t a defibrillator available for the Cardiac Cowboys at Falcon Stadium.