Taylor runs for 249 in No. 9 Badgers’ 38-17 win over Huskers

Freshman Jonathan Taylor became the latest Wisconsin running back Nebraska couldn’t stop.

Following in the footsteps of backs like Montee Ball and Melvin Gordon, Taylor rushed for a season-high 249 yards and two touchdowns to lead a punishing ground game that helped Echl Cheap Jerseys ninth-ranked Wisconsin wear down Nebraska in the second half of a 38-17 win Saturday night.

Butcher, who signed with the Devils after failing to reach an agreement with the Avalanche, helped get the Devils on the board at 4:04 with a shot from the left point that Henrique tipped past Bernier.

“He’s got that poise with the puck up top,” Henrique said of Butcher, a defenseman who helped Denver win the NCAA title. “Just moving the puck in and out and getting the PK moving around was big. You see why he was such a successful player at school.”

Hayes made it 2-0 early in the second period, stuffing Palmieri’s shot off the end boards past Bernier. Bratt connected from the right circle after taking a cross-ice pass from Taylor Hall. Butcher had the secondary assist on both goals.

Pitt quarterback Max Browne was 15 of 22 for 161 yards before leaving the game with an apparent arm injury in the third quarter. Backup Ben DiNucci was 6 of 10 for 55 yards for the Panthers.

Cole Murphy’s 38-yard field goal extended Syracuse’s lead to 20-13 late in the third quarter. Alex Kessman’s 56-yard field goal, a Carrier Dome record, brought Pitt to 20-16 early China Cheap Jerseys Wholesale in the fourth, but Dungey hit Steve Ishmael on a 35-yard scoring play to extend Syracuse’s lead to 27-16. Pitt made it close on a 19-yard run by Qadree Ollison and two-point conversion with 7:15 to go.