MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- No. 11 Wisconsin had to rally from an early two-touchdown deficit to Marshall, reeling off 51 straight points to turn a potential upset into a 51-14 blowout today.
A loss would have snapped the second-longest home winning streak in major college football and cost the Badgers (2-0) momentum heading into a tough test at Fresno State.
But after watching Marshall (1-1) shut down its highly regarded running game, Wisconsin got big plays out of new starting quarterback Allan Evridge and the defense to pull out its 16th straight win at Camp Randall Stadium.
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