2011 Rose Bowl, TCU Vs. Wisconsin: Third Quarter Slouches To A Close

The remainder of the third quarter of the 2011 Rose Bowl hardly lives up to the action-packed first few minutes. A sack on Scott Tolzien on third down stifles Wisconsin's first possession. An incomplete pass by Andy Dalton slows TCU's roll on their second series. It's TCU's punt downing that provides the only real entertainment of the period, with a hopping series of lobs pinning Wisconsin at the Badgers' three-yard line. Scott Tolzien and Montee Ball can't get their team too far out of the endzone, and a punt hands the Horned Frogs delightfully favorable field position, at their own 38. A 13-yard rush from Waymon James runs the clock out on the third quarter in Pasadena, where the Horned Frogs lead the Badgers, 21-13.

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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