Our man on the sidelines, Matt Fleming (@B5QPhotos) took some awesome shots during the game on Saturday. Here is a gallery of the best ones.
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- Zack Baun’s strong effort in the 2019 season continued with three sacks against Kent State. Here Zack is shown running onto the field before UW’s 48-0 victory.
- UW run blocking was again strong. Seven Badger tailbacks, three wide receivers and two quarterbacks all had positive net yardage, finishing with 348 total.
- Jack Coan was 12 for 15 on the day versus Kent State, for 134 yards, 2 TDs and 0 INTs.
- Additionally Jack Coan continues to show an ability to scramble as needed. Here he is seen gaining seven yards.
- The D crashes down. Usual suspects Noah Burks (#41), Zack Baun (#56) and Isaiahh Loudermilk (#97) harass the Kent State QB. The UW defense (and the Badgers in total) did not allow a point in non-conference play.
- Several Badger players previously held out or restricted to limited playing time got more playing time or increased playing time vs Kent State. Here Izayah Green-May (#50) makes one of his four tackles on the day. Additionally LB Leo Chenal and NT Bryson Williams saw action.
- High anxiety for the Kent State game? No, just an interesting photo of kicker Collin Larsh.
- Superlatives fail when describing Jonathan Taylor, here seen en route to his second of five touchdowns on the day.
- Jonathan Taylor dragging Kent State defenders for a few yards.
- Jonathan Taylor ran for 186 net yards. Taylor also achieved two career milestones, moving into third place all-time for UW rushers with 4,196 yards and tying the single-game TD mark with five.
- Jack Sanborn (#57) disrupts the play. Sanborn is No. 1 on the team in tackles with 28 for the season and had two more TFLs vs Kent State.
- Mason Stokke (#34) blocking in the rain.
- Tyler Beach
- Cormac Sampson (#85) opening a lane. Judging by the number of two TE sets used against Kent State it appears UW coaches are confident in running that formation again. Depth had been an issue until Sampson moved up the chart.
- Rachad Wildgoose makes one of his three tackles on the day.