Owls vs Badgers Live
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Owls vs Badgers Live
2017 College Football Schedule: Top 25 , Week 2
Saturday, September 9
12:00p ET ESP2
Camp Randall Stadium
MADISON, Wis. — Florida Atlantic had difficulty stopping Navy’s option attack in its opener. Now, the Owls face Wisconsin’s power running game.
The No. 9 Badgers (1-0) will be looking to build on their big second half against Utah State, when they ran for 234 yards en route to a 59-10 victory.
Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst was pleased with efforts from a handful of his young playmakers, particularly at running back and receiver. True freshman running back Jonathan.
Taylor had nine carries for a team-high 87 yards and one touchdown. Sophomore RB Bradrick Shaw added 18 carries for 86 yards as the Badgers roared to a 49-0 advantage after halftime.
I thought (Taylor) had a pretty good tempo to him,” Chryst said. “I was impressed with that. ‘Brad,’ one of the things we certainly like about him is when he takes it north and south, he can hit a hole. Each guy had his moments.”
Shaw, who has been hampered by a right leg injury, was listed as questionable on the team’s injury report released Monday.
Sophomore wide receivers A.J. Taylor and Quitez Cephus combined for six receptions for 71 yards and one touchdown against the Aggies. Chryst said their biggest area of improvement is confidence.
“I think part of that comes from knowledge of what they’re doing,” he said. “I think they know better what to expect. … I think they both have kind of earned that confidence by working. So I think they’re more relaxed
Sophomore quarterback Daniel Parr got his first career start against Navy, completing 19 of 30 passes for 281 yards, with two touchdowns and one interception. Sophomore DeAndre Johnson, a junior college transfer with more mobility, is also in the mix.
Kiffin said he’d like to play both Parr and Johnson. Johnson had four rushes for 31 yards against the Midshipmen.