ESPN: Badgers' resolve tested in imperfect win
MADISON, Wis. -- In a perfect world, Wisconsin would have delivered 60 minutes of dominance.
The Badgers would have bolstered John Clay's Heisman Trophy candidacy, dominated the line of scrimmage, stormed out to a big lead and exacted revenge on Arizona State quarterback Steven Threet for what he did at Michigan nearly two years ago.
But in the imperfect game of football, Wisconsin had to settle for 60 minutes of resolve.
Many things went wrong Saturday against Arizona State, but the 11th-ranked Badgers didn't let the negatives linger in a 20-19 victory at Camp Randall Stadium.
"There's a handful of ...