The University of Wisconsin shut out Central Michigan 61-0 on Saturday for its second straight shutout.
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It looked for all the world like Paul Chryst was sending a message to seventh-ranked Michigan — UW's next opponent — during the 17th-ranked Badgers' 61-0 demolition of Central Michigan on Saturday. That message? This isn't the UW team you remember from last season.
It’s almost impossible to overshadow Heisman Trophy candidate Jonathan Taylor and a UW defense that has yet to allow a point this season. But junior quarterback Jack Coan — with big help from Quintez Cephus — managed to do it during the most lopsided victory of the Paul Chryst era.
The No. 17 Badgers were downright giddy after witnessing Quintez Cephus’ triumphant return to Camp Randall Stadium, a six-catch, 130-yard, two-touchdown performance in a 61-0 victory over Central Michigan Saturday afternoon.
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