The Badgers picked up in Big Ten play where they left off on the non-conference schedule. After outscoring their opponents 110-0 in the first two games, Wisconsin jumped out 28-0 over Michigan at halftime. Wisconsin controlled the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball. Michigan's offense was stale except for one big reception to receiver Ronnie Bell. Wisconsin was dynamic with running back Jonathan Taylor gaining over 200 yards on the ground. Taylor managed that even while dealing with cramping issues for much of the second quarter. Quarterback Jack Coan was an economical 13-16 through the air. Once the game was out of hand Michigan finally broke the 10 quarter-plus scoreless streak of the Badger defense. The final score was 35-14.