Badgers-Iowa pregame notes
Notes, tidbits and stats heading for Saturday's game between the No. 10 Wisconsin Badgers and Iowa Hawkeyes at Kinnick Stadium:
-- This is the 90th meeting between Wisconsin and Iowa. The Badgers lead the all-time series 44-43-2. The Hawkeyes are 24-18-1 in games played in Iowa City.
-- The last time the Badgers lost three straight games in a single season, all by seven or fewer points, was Oct. 5-19, 2002.
-- Under Paul Chryst, Wisconsin is 10-2 when scoring first (3-1 in 2016), 4-3 when the opponent scores first (1-1 in 2016), 9-2 when leading after the first quarter (3-1 in 2016), 1-2 when trailing after the first quarter, 13-1 when leading at halftime (4-1 in 2016), 1-4 when trailing at halftime (0-1 in 2016), 12-1 when leading after the third quarter (3-1 in 2016) and 2-3 when trailing after the third quarter (1-0 in 2016).
-- Wisconsin has 26 100-yard rushers against Iowa, including four with 200+ yards. Before James White had 132 yards in 2013, the Badgers hadn't had a 100-yard rusher at Iowa since 1998.
-- The Badgers have had 12 200-yard passers against Iowa. It has happened only three times at Iowa since 2000 (Brooks Bollinger, 2000; Tyler Donovan, 2006; Scott Tolzien, 2010) and all three were Wisconsin wins.
-- Wisconsin has had 10 100-yard receivers against Iowa. The last to do it was Luke Swan in 2006. The most yards was Chris Chambers in 2000.
-- Clement needs 1 rushing touchdown to pass Brooks Bollinger and Rufus Ferguson for 10th place on UW's all-time list.
-- Clement needs 1 touchdown to tie and 2 to pass Terrell Fletcher for 10th place on UW's all-time list.
-- Vince Biegel needs 1 tackles for loss to tie and 1.5 to pass J.J. Watt for 12th place and 3 to tie and 3.5 to pass Mike Taylor for 11th place on UW's all-time list.
-- Biegel needs 2.5 sacks to tie and Don Davey for 7th place on UW's all-time list.
-- Sojourn Shelton needs 2 pass defensed to tie Allen Langford for 7th place and 3 to tie Jack Ikegwuonu for 6th place on UW's all-time list.
-- Shelton needs 1 pass breakup to Jeff Messenger and Allen Langford for 6th place and 3 to tie Jack Ikeqwuonu on 5th place on UW's all-time list.