Wisconsin at Iowa Postgame Notes
Kinnick Stadium - Iowa City, Iowa
Nov. 2, 2013
• Wisconsin’s captains today were LB Ethan Armstrong, DL Ethan Hemer, TE Jacob Pedersen, S Kyle Zuleger.
• UW improved to 11-4 in November road games since the start of the 2006 season.
• With its sixth win of the season, the Badgers are bowl eligible for the 12th-consecutive season. That is the longest active streak in the Big Ten.
• With the win, Wisconsin pulled ahead in the all-time series with Iowa and now leads 43-42-1.
• Wisconsin won consecutive games at Kinnick Stadium for the first time since scoring wins in 1998 and 2000.
• At 19 points, the Badgers posted their largest margin of victory over Iowa since a 41-3 win in 1999. It was UW's largest win over the Hawkeyes in Iowa City since a 31-0 victory in 1998.
• This is the fourth time this season UW has held its opponent without a touchdown.
• Wisconsin's last 10 wins have come by at least 19 points.
• The Badgers scored a pair of rushing touchdowns by senior RB James White. Iowa had allowed just two rushing touchdowns through its first eight games of the season.
• Senior TE Jacob Pedersen caught a 44-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter, his 17th career TD reception. That moves him into seventh place all-time on Wisconsin’s career TD receptions list.
• Senior WR Jared Abbrederis caught a 20-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter. It was his sixth TD grab of the season and 22nd of his career. He needs just one more to tie Tony Simmons for second place in in UW history. Lee Evans is Wisconsin’s all-time leader with 27 career touchdown receptions.
• Sophomore QB Joel Stave has thrown 21 career touchdown passes and needs just one more to move into the top 10 in Wisconsin history. Nine of those TD passes have been at least 30 yards.
• Senior RB James White scored on runs of 11 yards and 2 yards in the fourth quarter. He has nine rushing TDs for the season and 41 for his career. With his two career receiving TDs, White now has 43 total touchdowns. He leads all active FBS players in both career rushing and total TDs. White ranks fifth all-time at UW in total career TDs and in a tie with P.J. Hill for sixth in rushing TDs.
• White finished with 132 rushing yards, the 14th 100-yard rushing game of his career. It is the first time in his career that White was UW's lone 100-yard rusher in a game. In each of his previous 13 100-yard games, the Badgers boasted at least two 100-yard rushers. White passed 1954 Heisman Trophy winner Alan Ameche (3,345) for ninth all-time at UW in rushing with 3,375 yards for his career.
• Junior CB Darius Hillary recorded his first career interception, in the third quarter, setting up Wisconsin’s second touchdown.
• Senior DE Pat Muldoon recorded his first career interception, in the fourth quarter. That set up Wisconsin’s third touchdown.