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No. 8 Wisconsin beats Oregon State 35-0

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  • Wisconsin's Montee Ball (28) leaps over teammates Ryan Groy (79), Ricky Wagner (58) and Oregon State's Lance Mitchell (10) for a touchdown run during the second half Saturday. Wisconsin beat Oregon State 35-0.

      Wisconsin's Montee Ball (28) leaps over teammates Ryan Groy (79), Ricky Wagner (58) and Oregon State's Lance Mitchell (10) for a touchdown run during the second half Saturday. Wisconsin beat Oregon State 35-0.
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  • Wisconsin's Montee Ball runs past Oregon State's Jordan Poyer during the first half Saturday in Madison. Wisconsin beat Oregon State 35-0.

      Wisconsin's Montee Ball runs past Oregon State's Jordan Poyer during the first half Saturday in Madison. Wisconsin beat Oregon State 35-0.
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  • Wisconsin's Jacob Pedersen catches a touchdown pass in front of Oregon State's Lance Mitchell during the first half Saturday in Madison. Wisconsin beat Oregon State 35-0.

      Wisconsin's Jacob Pedersen catches a touchdown pass in front of Oregon State's Lance Mitchell during the first half Saturday in Madison. Wisconsin beat Oregon State 35-0.
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MADISON, Wis. -- Russell Wilson threw three touchdowns and No. 8 Wisconsin overcame a slow start from its running game to beat Oregon State 35-0 at Camp Randall Stadium on Saturday.

With Oregon State's defense stuffing running backs Montee Ball and James White early on, Wisconsin pounced on special teams mistakes and leaned on Wilson and the defense to do the rest.

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In his second career start for the Badgers (2-0), Wilson was 17 of 21 for 189 yards and the three touchdowns, including a pair to tight end Jacob Pedersen. Wisconsin's running game broke through after halftime, and Ball had a pair of touchdowns in the second half.

Sean Mannion most of the snaps at quarterback while the game still was in doubt but struggled to move the ball for Oregon State (0-2).

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