The Oregon Ducks finally got a stop against the Wisconsin Badgers after being torn apart by Russell Wilson and Montee Ball on the opening drives of the 2012 Rose Bowl. On drive No. 3, a sack of Wilson by Kiko Alonso and John Boyett set up a third-and-long, which was redeemed for the Badgers by a pass interference call on -- hey! -- Mr. Boyett*.
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* It actually should've been on Terrance Mitchell, but nobody can make heads or tails of any part of these Oregon uniforms, which are all shiny green and chrome.
After crossing midfield, the Ducks stopped Ball on third down, bringing about perhaps the throatiest cheer of the day from the Oregon faithful in Pasadena. Brad Norton sent the ball inside the five, setting the Ducks up with a whole lot of green ahead of them. They love green!
For more on the Rose Bowl, visit Wisconsin blog Bucky's 5th Quarter and Oregon blog Addicted to Quack, plus Pac-12 blog Pacific Takes and Big Ten blog Off Tackle Empire.