The Wisconsin Badgers dropped its fourth contest of the 2018 season in Happy Valley on Saturday in a 22-10 loss to Penn State.
Wisconsin (6-4, 4-3 Big Ten) only gained 269 yards of offense—209 on the ground with Jonathan Taylor tallying 185 yards on 20 carries and a long 71-yard touchdown. The offense only converted four of 15 third downs, however.
The defense gave up 183 yards rushing but only 343 overall to a balanced Penn State offense that came into Saturday’s contest gaining over 200 yards in both rushing and passing categories.
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