- Wisconsin beat Maryland 52-7 on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.
This team has clearly taken a major step after that tough loss at Northwestern.
"Those kids the way that they look at themselves in the mirror," said Head Coach, Gary Anderson. "We all did the same thing as coaches and we came back and we decided that we were going to get better."
The Badger defense shined today holding a team that averages 35 points a game to just 7.
"It's fun to beat a team to beat a team like we did today," said Senior Linebacker, Marcus Trotter. "Maryland's a very good team and to beat them the way we did today is exciting."
"As we play together as a unit there's no limit to our defense," said Senior Nose Guard, Warren Renning.
Wisconsin has slowly moved to a two quarterback system and the team seems confident in continuing the two quarterback approach.
"Really the key is again I say it is how they handle it," Anderson said. "How this team handles it. We're in good shape. I feel very comfortable where we are at the quarterback."
"I think we've done a good job managing the quarterbacks managing the system," said Junior Quarterback, Joel Stave. "Really just staying in it mentally when you're not in and ready to go back in when you have a shot"
The Badgers travel to Rutgers next.