WISCONSIN — Nakia Watson and Mason Stokke each scored two touchdowns in the first half, helping No. 13 Wisconsin build a big lead and it went on to rout Michigan 49-11 Saturday night.
The Badgers returned to competition after canceling two games due to a COVID-19 breakout within the program and didn’t look rusty at all against a hapless team.
The Wolverines fell behind 28-0 at halftime, their largest deficit at home since the Big House opened in 1927.
They are off to their worst start since 1967.