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Badgers offense: Snap counts vs. Nebraska in Week 12

Here are the snap counts for the Badgers offense in Week 12.

The Wisconsin Badgers snapped a three-game losing streak with a 24-17 overtime win over the Nebraska Cornhuskers, gaining bowl eligibility and winning the Freedom Trophy.

Here are the offensive snap counts from Wisconsin’s Week 12 win.


Tanner Mordecai: 69 snaps

Running Back

Braelon Allen: 48 snaps

Jackson Acker: 21 snaps

Wide Receiver

Vinny Anthony: 55 snaps

Chimere Dike: 53 snaps

Will Pauling: 44 snaps

Skyler Bell: 30 snaps

Quincy Burroughs: 15 snaps

C.J. Williams: 10 snaps

Tight End

Riley Nowakowski: 30 snaps

Hayden Rucci: 21 snaps

Tucker Ashcraft: 18 snaps

Offensive Line

Tanor Bortolini: 69 snaps

Riley Mahlman: 69 snaps

Jack Nelson: 69 snaps

Michael Furtney: 69 snaps

Joe Huber: 69 snaps

Looking at some quick takeaways, the Badgers didn’t play C.J. Williams much, despite having a limited Chimere Dike and no Bryson Green. Instead, Quincy Burroughs and Vinny Anthony saw a significant uptick in snaps.

Elsewhere, Braelon Allen muscled through an injury to play nearly 70 percent of the offensive snaps, while the Badgers implemented the tight ends a little more than past weeks.

Stay tuned for the snap count breakdown following Wisconsin’s Week 13 bout against the Minnesota Golden Gophers for the Axe!