Wisconsin's defense gave up 157 yards in Week 1, and allowed nearly a 100 fewer than that in Week 2, as the Badgers dominated Central Michigan to the tune of 58 yards allowed on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.
It was Wisconsin's best performance in terms of yards allowed since 2005, when they gave up just 45 yards to Temple, and the second-lowest total of yards allowed in school history.
The Badgers have shut out both of their first two opponents to start the season as well, 49-0 over USF and 61-0 over CMU.
After the game, Chris Orr, who made a bone-rattling hit to set the tone early, Jack Sanborn, and Zach Baun all spoke to the Badger Sports Network about the victory.
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