2011 Rose Bowl, TCU Vs. Wisconsin: Two More Lead Trades Leave Badgers Up 10-7

The Horned Frogs' storied war-machine offense takes the field for their first possession of the 2011 Rose Bowl, and Ginger Avenger Andy Dalton gets to work, either passing or rushing himself on every single play of what ends up being a three and a half-minute scoring drive. With 6:55 remaining in the first quarter, Dalton connects with Bart Johnson for a 23-yard touchdown, and TCU takes a 7-3 lead.

Not to be outdone, Wisconsin's offense takes less than three minutes to complete an answering scoring drive of their own. Montee Ball and Scott Tolzien alternate rushing and mid-range passing duties, and in six plays, John Clay barrels into the endzone on a one-yard touchdown punch, returning the 10-7 lead to the Badgers with 3:46 remaining in the first quarter.

Stay tuned to this StoryStream for more live scoring updates, and follow along with Horned Frogs and Badgers fans in our live game discussion threads on Mountain West Connection and Bucky's 5th Quarter.

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