Saturday, October 1, 2022

Instant Analysis: Good QB play and stronger defensive dominance help Wisconsin crush the Northwest region.

Protection delivers again

I called the Badgers a shutout and that prediction seems to have jeopardized exactly one defensive streak in the game.

Northwestern took their place in 8th place after the punt and continued to methodically move the ball around the field, converting three times on the third loss and one on the fourth to make it to UW 10. Wildcats quarterback Andrew Marty made a reckless pass that was two games later. Bargers senior defender Caesar Williams selected.

Northwest Movement: 19 pieces, 82 yards.

Northwest, remainder of the first half: 12 lots, 10 yards.

Whether it was just UW waking up from sleep or defense coordinator Jim Leonhard making some adjustments, the Badgers were aggressive and dominant after this slow start. Midfielders Jack Sanborn and Leo Chenal camped in the northwest, where he was joined by many teammates.

Chenal and Sanborn both ended up losing three tackles. UW had 12 people on the team.

Meanwhile, Dean Engram, John Torchio and Jordan Turner joined Williams in the interception.

Alas, hopes of closing the net ended with northwestern full-back A.J. Hampton Jr. returning the ball to Julius Davis 49 yards for a touchdown with 11:38 to end the game.

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