Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst saw good effort in the Badgers' loss to Penn State, but the execution came up short in Saturday's game, a 22-10 loss at the hands of the Nittany Lions.
Chryst said that the effort of the defense, and the team overall, was there, but the execution was not. Chryst referenced a string in one drive of three pre-snap penalties, third downs, and failing to capitalize in the red zone.
Defensively, Wisconsin did all it could to keep the Badgers in the game, but short fields, turnovers by the offense, and failure to convert on third down made it a tall order.
Offensively, Jonathan Taylor continues to have major production, but the rest of the offense struggled on Saturday.
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