Wisconsin-Indiana postgame notes

Here are some notes and tidbits from Wisconsin’s 51-3 win over Indiana on Saturday.

The Badgers now lead the all-time series 40-18-2 including 23-8-1 at Camp Randall Stadiium. Wisconsin has won nine straight over Indiana.
Wisconsin’s last 14 wins have all been by a double-digit margin. The last single-digit win was against Utah State on Sept. 15, 2012.
Wisconsin won five straight games for the first time since the Badgers won five in a row from Nov. 5-Dec. 3, 2011.
Indiana had scored at least 28 points in every game (including vs Michigan State, the only time the Spartans have allowed more than 17 points) and scored over 40 five times. Today marked the first time Indiana was held to single digits since the Hoosiers scored 3 points vs. Michigan State on Nov. 19, 2011.
In Wisconsin’s last six games against Indiana, the Badgers have had 13 players rush for 100+ yards, including three Saturday. 
Wisconsin’s 554 yards rushing were the second-most in school history, behind just the 564 it had last year against Indiana.
The 676 yards of total offense is the second highest in Badgers history. No. 1 is 705 yards against Indiana on Oct. 16, 1999.
 
Jared Abbrederis had his consecutive games streak with at least one reception snapped at 37 consecutive games, one short of Lee Evans’ school record.
The last game in which Abbrederis did not catch a pass (in which he played) was Nov. 27, 2010 in a 73-23 win over Northwesten.
James White passed Billy Marek for 5th place on UW’s all-time rs list.
White broke a tie with Billy Marek for 3rd place on UW’s all-time touchdown list and tiedy Marek for 3rd place on UW’s all-time rushing touchdowns list. He won’t go any higher than that on either list as Ron Dayne with 71 is next on both.
White tied Eddie George for 9th place on the Big Ten’s all-time rushing touchdowns list.
White’s broke a tie with Billy Marek and Eddie George for 9th place on the Big Ten’s all-time rushing touchdowns list.
White’s 93-yard run was only the fourth run of 90+ yards in FBS this season (read more about the former longest run in UW history, which White broke).
Wisconsin is now 16-0 in games in which James White rushed for 100 or more yards.
Melvin Gordon passed Michael Bennett for 16th place, Marvin Artley for 15th place and Alan Thompson for 14th place on UW’s all-time rushing yards list.
Gordon passed P.J. Hill (2008) for 20th place, Billy Marek (1973) for 19th place, Marek (1974) for 18th place, Rufus Ferguson (1971) for 17th place, P.J. Hill (2007) for 15th place and Marek (1975) for 15th place on UW’s all-time single-season rushing yards list.
Gordon passed Billy Marek for 5th place and P.J. Hill for 4th place for most rushing yards by a sophomore on UW’s all-time list.
Joel Stave passed Mike Samuel (1997) for 14th place on UW’s all-time single-season passing yards list.
Jacob Pedersen passed Darrin Charles for 20th place and Lance Kendricks for 19th place on UW’s all-time receiving yards list.
Pedersen had a career-high 92 yards receiving. His previous high was 80 against Oregon State on Sept. 10, 2011.
Drew Meyer passed Dick Mileager for 9th place on UW’s all-time list.
Corey Clement had his first 100-yard rushing game since he did it in back-to-back weeks to open the season.
Chris Borland had 10+ tackles for the fifth time this season and fourth in the last five games (and the one he didn’t was against Illinois when he got hurt).
Brock DiCicco had his first catch at Wisconsin. His last reception came with Pittsburgh in its 2010 bowl game.
Wisconsin hadn’t had three field goals in a game since Philip Welch did it against Purdue on Oct. 31, 2009.