Wisconsin is rolling in New Jersey, and the defense is starting to cook vs. Rutgers.

It was the offense that started the scoring early for Wisconsin. Chez Mellusi punched in a game-opening touchdown from 14 yards out and Collin Larsh tacked on an early field goal.

But in the second quarter, Caesar Williams and the defense provided some points to get in on the fun. The pressure on Rutgers QB Noah Vedral forced the throw, but it was Williams who was there to get up and intercept it.

After he secured the ball, there was no one in his way, rumbling all the way back for the score:

Wisconsin now heads to halftime up by a wide margin, 31-3 over the Scarlet Knights.