Wisconsin topped Michigan with a 17-point fourth quarter in 2005 thanks in part to Brian Calhoun, who scored a touchdown and had over 200 yards from scrimmage against the Wolverines in the victory.
The 214 yards from scrimmage in the game was the third-best output of Calhoun's career, including 155 yards on 35 carries to help Wisconsin wear down Michigan in the 23-20 victory.
The game was part of a huge debut September for Calhoun, who transferred from Colorado to the Badgers. Calhoun ran for 258 yards against Bowling Green to open the season, 171 yards and four touchdowns against North Carolina (pictured above), and then the effort against Michigan, which you can watch below.
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