Massachusetts Passing
C/ATTYDSAVGTDINTQBR
Mike Wegzyn9/23733.20131.6
A.J. Doyle5/7395.60020.4
TEAM14/301123.701--
Wisconsin Passing
C/ATTYDSAVGTDINTQBR
Joel Stave9/1719711.62152.3
Bart Houston1/188.00099.7
TEAM10/1820511.421--
Massachusetts Rushing
CARYDSAVGTDLONG
Stacey Bedell19703.7011
Lorenzo Woodley7223.106
Mike Wegzyn273.505
A.J. Doyle111.001
TEAM291003.4011
Wisconsin Rushing
CARYDSAVGTDLONG
Melvin Gordon1314411.1170
James White1114313.0151
Corey Clement161016.3123
Joel Stave351.714
Jeffrey Lewis100.000
TEAM443938.9470
Massachusetts Receiving
RECYDSAVGTDLONG
Derek Beck6376.209
Ricardo Miller22211.0016
Brandon Howard22110.5019
Shakur Nesmith2147.007
Tajae Sharpe11313.0013
Lorenzo Woodley155.005
TEAM141128.0019
Wisconsin Receiving
RECYDSAVGTDLONG
Jared Abbrederis212261.0265
Jordan Fredrick11919.0019
Sam Arneson2178.509
Jacob Pedersen2157.5011
Derek Watt11212.0012
James White11111.0011
Jeff Duckworth199.009
TEAM1020520.5265
Massachusetts Interceptions
INTYDSTD
Devin Brown1150
TEAM1150
Wisconsin Interceptions
INTYDSTD
Sojourn Shelton100
TEAM100
Massachusetts Kick Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
Trey Dudley-Giles410426.0280
D.J. Woods24020.0220
TEAM614424.0280
Wisconsin Kick Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
Kenzel Doe12828.0280
TEAM12828.0280
Massachusetts Punt Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
No Massachusetts Punt Returns
Wisconsin Punt Returns
NOYDSAVGLONGTD
Kenzel Doe200.000
TEAM200.000
Massachusetts Kicking
FGPCTLONGXPPTS
Blake Lucas0/10.000/00
TEAM0/10.000/00
Wisconsin Kicking
FGPCTLONGXPPTS
Kyle French1/250.0216/69
TEAM1/250.0216/69
Massachusetts Punting
NOYDSAVGTBIn 20LONG
Colter Johnson618831.30042
TEAM618831.30042
Wisconsin Punting
NOYDSAVGTBIn 20LONG
Drew Meyer12828.00028
TEAM12828.00028

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