While he hasn’t explicitly stated so, all signs point to the Rose Bowl being running back Jonathan Taylor’s final game with the University of Wisconsin football team.
Taylor’s college career has been full of astounding statistics and stellar performances. He’s the first NCAA football player to rush for 6,000 yards in the first three years of a career, and he’s second all-time on the Big Ten Conference’s rushing list. As it appears to be coming to a close, let’s take a look at the best games Taylor put together while in a Badgers’ uniform.
This is a subjective list, but it takes into account the raw numbers and the context of the game in which he amassed those statistics. For instance, you won’t see his career-best five-touchdown performance against Kent State on this list because doing that against the Golden Flashes doesn’t mean as much as some of the things he did against Big Ten programs.
— Colten Bartholomew