Badgers beat Maryland 23-10

MADISON, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The Badgers beat Maryland 23-10 to win their second straight game.

First Quarter:

The Badgers opened up on offense to start the game. It was a fairly quiet drive. Once Maryland took over, they also did not do much. They also tried to go for it on a fourth down play. The Terrapins were 11/15 in fourth town efficiency this season. Make that 11/16 after the failed attempt. Badgers took over on offense.

On their next offensive drive, the Badgers had some big plays, including a 46-yard run by Braelon Allen and a Skyler Bell first-down reception. That strong drive by Wisconsin ended with a touchdown run by Allen. His 10th touchdown of the season. After the PAT, it was 7-0 Badgers over Maryland.

After the first quarter, it was 7-0 Badgers.

Second Quarter:

March of the second quarter was all Badgers defense making key stops against Maryland.

However, that changed quickly after a big touchdown run by Isaac Guerendo. After the PAT, it was 14-0 Badgers over the Terrapins.

The Badgers had more than 200 yards rushing in the first half against Maryland.

The Badgers kicked a field goal to give them a 17-0 lead over Maryland heading into halftime.

Third Quarter:

To start the third quarter, the Badgers had a big kick return but were unable to capitalize off of that. Maryland took over.

About halfway through, Maryland gained little momentum on offense. However, they were able to put their first points up on the board to make it a 17–3 game.

Shortly after, the Badgers did the same thing, moving down the field and kicking a field goal to make it a 20-3 lead over Maryland.

After three, it was 20-3 Badgers over Maryland.

Fourth Quarter:

Much of the fourth quarter was quiet, followed by a few defensive stops by the Badgers.

Shortly after, on offense, the Badgers kicked another field goal to make it a 23-3 game.

Towards the end, Maryland put their final points up on the board before the game ended. After the PAT, it was a 23-10 final score.

Next weekend, the Badgers head to Kinnick Stadium to take on the Iowa Hawkeyes.

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