Wisconsin Badgers defeat Hawaii Warriors, 51-10
Madison — The destination (Orlando, Fla.) and the bowl (Champs Sports) might not titillate Wisconsin fans who watched UW get thumped in the 2008 Champs Sports Bowl and saw the Badgers play in Orlando after the 2005 and '06 seasons, too.
The opponent, however, offers an attractive matchup and tremendous opportunity for UW coach Bret Bielema and his players.
UW (9-3), which moved into the USA Today top 25 coaches' poll (No. 22) and The Associated Press top 25 media pol...
There was no other way to describe Wisconsin’s 51-10 victory over Hawaii on Saturday night in Honolulu.
The Badgers came to Hawaii needing a victory to improve their record to 9-3, give themselves a chance for a 10-victory season and move closer to a berth in the Outback Bowl on Jan. 1 in Tampa, Fla.
UW took care of business in impressive fashion.
The Badgers scored touchdowns on four of their six first-half possessions to build a 27-3 half...
Madison — ccomplished.
Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema and his players traveled to Hawaii determined to give a better all-around performance than the Badgers offered in the Big Ten Conference finale against Northwestern.
Hawaii, which entered the night with a four-game winning streak and a bowl berth on the line, did not play well on either side of the ball. However, UW deserves much of the credit for that.
UW's offense controlled the ball with a dominating running g...