A Wisconsin loss like that one is sure to produce fair, thought out responses in the always unbiased world of social media, right?
The Badgers somehow held a fourth-quarter lead in a game they ended up losing 41-13. After gaining a 13-10 advantage on a 27-yard Collin Larsh field goal, Wisconsin surrendered 31 straight points to Notre Dame, with only 10 being given up on defense.
The Fighting Irish used a kickoff return touchdown by Chris Tyree and two interception returns for touchdowns against Graham Mertz to blow the doors off of the Badgers late.
After a game where Mertz threw four interceptions and Wisconsin’s defense could only do so much, here are some college football and Badger specific Twitter reactions to a loss that dropped UW to 1-2 on the year:
The Athletic’s Ari Wasserman questioning Wisconsin’s traditional ways:
The best quality of great college football coaches is the ability to adapt and keep up…