There’s a good chance that Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor has played in his final B1G football game. The All-B1G running back has accomplished quite a bit in his career with the Badgers, and he’ll likely be moving on to the NFL now that his junior season is over.

Saturday night, Wisconsin dropped a 34-21 decision to Ohio State in the B1G Championship Game, coming up short of a conference title for the second time in three years. Taylor had a strong outing, particularly in the first half, rushing for 148 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries.

Taylor was the first running back all season to accumulate 100 yards on the ground against the Ohio State defense.

After the game, Taylor was asked whether or not he plans to participate in Wisconsin’s bowl game at the end of the season. There’s no question he’ll play in at least one more game for the Badgers.

“Yeah, I definitely want to help these guys finish out right,” Taylor said. “We earned the right to be here, play with these guys throughout the season. We also earned the right to play another game. Especially after today, I want to make sure these guys end off right.”

Through 13 games this season, Taylor rushed for 1,909 yards and 21 touchdowns, leading the Badgers to a 10-3 record and a B1G West title. He also caught 24 passes for 209 yards and five scores.

In his career, Taylor has totaled 6,080 rushing yards and 50 touchdowns in three seasons at Wisconsin. He’s on pace to shatter Ron Dayne’s rushing record if he was to return for one more season, but that seems unlikely.

At the very least, Taylor will be wearing that Badger uniform one more time.