The Wisconsin Badgers jumped out to an early 7-0 lead over the Michigan Wolverines on Saturday afternoon, and they did it in their most typical way possible. With absolutely nobody split out wide, they handed the ball off to running back Jonathan Taylor, who pushed in from just a couple yards out for his sixth rushing touchdown of the year.
That's seriously the most Wisconsin way to get the ball into the end zone you can think of. Just cram it down their throats even if they know a run is coming.
But it worked anyway, and it earned them the lead in the first quarter.