Badgers run over Miami to earn Pinstripe Bowl win

The Badgers have won five straight bowl games.

The Wisconsin Badgers won their fifth straight bowl game with a 35-3 victory over Miami at the New Era Pinstripe Bowl.

Wisconsin intercepted four Hurricane passes and recovered a fumble as the defense allowed just 169 total yards. Miami quarterback Malik Rosier was five of 12 passing with three interceptions, and back-up N'Kosi Perry

was just one of five with another pick.

UW Senior T.J. Edwards grabbed the tenth interception of his career, the most by any linebacker in program history.

Jonathan Taylor led the Badgers rushing attack with 205 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries. It's the eighth 200-yard game of his career. He's rushed for at least 100 yards in 22 of his 27 career games.

His 2,194 yards for the season give him the fourth 2,000-yard season in school history.

Badgers senior fullback Alec Ingold picked up his 21st touchdown on his 116th career touch.

UW quarterback Jack Coan was six of 11 through the air with one touchdown and a pick. He also rushed for a touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Wisconsin finishes the season 8-5. Miami drops to 7-6.