Wisconsin’s rushing offense had another big performance as true freshman running back Braelon Allen and the offensive line helped hold off Nebraska for a 35-28. Allen recorded his seventh consecutive 100-yard rushing performance in the game and was the big star with 228 yards and 3 touchdowns on 22 carries.

For the season, Allen has now rushed for 1,062 yards and 12 touchdowns on 140 carries in nine games for Wisconsin. While Allen gets recognition for his stellar performances, he decided to give the credit to the dominating performance of the offensive line.

There’s no denying Wisconsin’s offensive line can be a dominant force. Allen broke one tackle on his game-winning touchdown but the blocking also set up a beautiful lane into the second level of the defense.

Before the game against Nebraska, Wisconsin averaged 227.1 rushing yards per game, which ranks 12th in the nation. Wisconsin can take the B1G West Divisional title next week when the Badgers go on the road to take on Minnesota (7-4; 5-3 in B1G play).