WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – It was not surprising that Purdue made a three-thirteen test of 47-44 at the University of Wisconsin in his / her best interests; left on Saturday at Ross-Ade Stadium.
But the Bracelets were to start in that protection protection zone, however, as expected when the game started.
The very good newspapers were Donte Burton, who had played in just three games before Saturday, His first position against the Pellets as the third corner in a nickel pack. Eric Burrell also started for Scott Nelson, Burrell's move said he did not even know exactly before he started.
"We were very pleased to see where it was (Nelson) and if he could go, but it was not 100 per cent," said Paul Chryst, the UW coach.
Nelson did not reveal UW's wound report this week but returned from a bad injury to Penn State's last week.
Burton had not been playing from the Baird tour to Michigan on October 13 but got a large number of pages on Saturday.
"Give us a coach inn at the beginning of the week (Burton would have a larger role)," said Rachad Wildgoose, the real verdict. "You've been doing good in a way of working. He does things like," Wow, I did not know that he could do that. "He was worthy of the moment . "
Purdue got his opponent's success, as did his / her; highway, David Blough, completed on 31 of 48 routes for 386 yards with four recreational activities and no disputes. By Saturday, UW finally held four of its five challenges under 170 yards.
The engineers hit several deep passages. Cornerback Faion Hicks won some of the finals, and Rondale Moore was involved in a 46-yard touchdown in the third season when he hit Wildgoose off the line and broke off from Burrell.
Hicks, Wildgoose and Caesar Williams were struggling to put forward a while, & # 39; Wildgoose was also committed to protection.
Even with the shortcomings, a & # 39; The group thought it came through large machines down the section when the Bragans came back 14-point.
"We knew they were getting deep," said Burrell. "We went out there and we were a competition. I think we went out there and how well we can.
"We were fighting hard. Without a lot of points on the table … We need to learn from it. It was not good, but I think it was we do it. "
UWs carry out 13 penalties
The Braes made 13 penalties for 125 yards Saturday, higher than those posted by UW over the last ten years.
In addition to the four penalties in the secondary school, the Badgers gave five fatal causes, attacking Michael Deiter, attacking Mike Maskalunas who was forced to go back and miss uncomfortable behavior on the Madison Conon.
Bruss gets her & # 39; first time at the right track
Logan Bruss started at his right case instead of David Edwards, who lost a Saturday game with a left-wing injury.
There was Bruss, red-red, who had previously seen a virtual bend as a stock that was a blocking, even employing three starts in that place.
Edwards suffered injured through a falling camp but played him on Saturday.