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Jack Coan - UW vs. Central Michigan

Wisconsin quarterback Jack Coan completed 26 of 33 passes for 363 yards and three touchdowns Saturday in the Badgers' 61-0 win over the Central Michigan Chippewas at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison. 

GAME BALL

Jack Coan: The Badgers junior quarterback passed for a career-high 363 yards — the fifth-highest total in program history — and three touchdowns.

THUMBS UP

Quintez Cephus: The UW junior wide receiver had six receptions for a career-high 130 yards and two touchdowns in his first home game since returning from a season-long suspension.

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THUMBS DOWN

Jim McElwain: The Central Michigan coach made a baffling statement on his coaches’ show Thursday, saying the Badgers “have no idea what’s to come.” That’s a lot of bravado for a five-touchdown underdog.

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BY THE NUMBERS

8 — touchdowns for UW junior tailback Jonathan Taylor in 40 touches this season.

61 — UW’s margin of victory, its largest since a 63-point win over Indiana (83-20) on Nov. 13, 2010.

400 — passing yards for the Badgers, their most since producing 423 in a loss to Minnesota on Oct. 23, 1993.

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