Run and Shoot: Three And Outs

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Three And Outs

LAS VEGAS, Nev.- We got off to an interesting start here when the ball fell off the tee twice on the opening kickoff for Badgers kicker Taylor Mehlhaff kicked the ball threw the open endzone for a touchback, with the help of wide receiver Brian McCulliss holding the ball for him.

On the play, UNLV's K.C. Asiodu committed a personal foul to drop the Rebels back to the 10 yard-line. Someone in the pressbox said,"Are they trying to break the record for the number of personal fouls in a season?"

That's not the way to beat the No. 5 team in the country.

on the second play from scrimmage, the Rebels fumbled a handoff but was covered up, and after the first series, the Rebels went three-and-out after gaining two yards.

But the Rebels defense was able to bend, but not break on its first appearance of the night. Wisconsin had to punt on its first drive as well, after picking up a first down and getting into UNLV territory thanks to P.J. Hill picking up 17 yards on the ground, but a holding penalty on tight end Garrett Graham negated a P.J. Hill first down run on 3rd and 4. Punter Ken Debauche then punted into the endzone for a touchback.

Wisconsin QB Tyler Donovan had all the time in the world it seemed to complete a couple of passes, but just missed Graham in the endzone on a post route down the middle of the field. We could definitely see that connection later in the game.

Five minutes gone by in this one, no score.

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