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13-1, 1st in Big Ten - West
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6dAdam Rittenberg

Winners and losers from NFL draft early entries

With potential first-round defensive linemen Christian Wilkins and Clelin Ferrell returning to school, Clemson is the clear winner of the early entry period. How did other contenders fare?

Sam Khan Jr. ESPN Staff Writer 

Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst is a finalist for the Bear Bryant Coach of the Year Award after the Badgers' 13-1 campaign, which included a 12-0 start and a Big Ten West title. The winner will be announced tonight in Houston.


Jim Leonhard joins Wilde and Tausch

Wisconsin's defensive coordinator Jim Leonhard joins Wilde and Tausch to discuss the Packers' new DC, Mike Pettine. Leonhard played for Pettine for a few teams in the NFL.

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12dMark Schlabach

Introducing the ESPN All-Bowl team

Not surprisingly, Alabama and Georgia dominate the top performances from bowl season. But they're not the only ones who starred during the postseason.

Big Ten dominates bowl season (1:29)
Hornibrook's big game lifts Wisconsin (1:08)

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Nick Nelson rocking his own chain held together with athletic tape and glitter.

Hornibrook's four scores lead Wisconsin past Miami (2:09)
Hornibrook turns in career performance to beat Miami defense (1:57)

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Mark Richt says "I lost my cool and I think rightfully so" after his blow up with officials at the Orange Bowl. He says bad calls or lack of calls "continued right to the end of the game. I'm probably not supposed to say that."

Wisconsin stops Miami in Orange Bowl showdown (2:03)
Chryst: Badgers 'made the most' of their moment (1:35)
Hornibrook shines for Badgers with 4 TD passes (0:45)
Davis catches 3rd TD for Wisconsin (0:37)

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami is 0-for-5 on third down. Canes are converting 28.48% for the year. Only UTEP (0-12) and Charlotte (1-11) were worse.

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22dDavid Hale

Richt admits he lost cool, but still frustrated

Miami coach Mark Richt was livid after he thought Wisconsin linemen continually got away with holding his defensive linemen, and the ire erupted into a physical confrontation with an official as the Badgers drove for a late score.

Wisconsin pouring it on for first-half lead (1:23)
Richt on penalty with official: 'If you watch the tape you'll see' (0:17)

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami defense allows 5.5 yards per rush in the first quarter (87th nationally) and 3.99 per rush after that (10th). Jonathan Taylor has 55 yards on 5 carries so far.