Michigan wins sixth straight
That'll do it.
A dominant performance by the Michigan defense and offensive line in an impressive win over Wisconsin.
Michigan 38, Wisconsin 13; final
Wisconsin adds late score
A.J. Taylor caught a 3-yard touchdown pass from Alex Hornibrook.
Wisconsin missed the 2-point conversion.
Michigan 38, Wisconsin 13; 3:47 4th
McCaffrey runs in for TD
On his first play at quarterback, sophomore Dylan McCaffrey had a 44-yard run for a touchdown.
This one is over.
Michigan 38, Wisconsin 7; 5:16 4th
Rout is on as Hill gets pick-6
Lavert Hill has put a bow on this one.
His 21-yard pick-6 of Alex Hornibrook has Michigan in complete control.
Michigan was assessed its first penalty after celebrating the TD, an unsportsmanlike conduct call on Devin Bush and Josh Uche.
Michigan 31, Wisconsin 7; 9:55 4th
Michigan cruising against Wisconsin in fourth
Quinn Nordin made a 35-yard field goal to put Michigan up by three scores for the first time.
Michigan 24, Wisconsin 7; 11:36 4th
There is a big crowd here at Michigan Stadium
Michigan one quarter away from big win
The Michigan Wolverines are one quarter away from their sixth straight win.
U-M has the ball near midfield to open the fourth quarter.
Michigan 21, Wisconsin 7; 15:00 4th
Wisconsin drive stopped as passing game stalls
Wisconsin QB Alex Hornibrook completed his first three passes of the game, but has missed on his next seven.
Wisconsin has another punt sail into the Michigan end zone.
During the drive, Danny Davis ran for 37 yards to move the ball to near midfield.
Also, Michigan defensive back Tyree Kinnel left the game with an injury.
Michigan 21, Wisconsin 7; 2:24 3rd
Third U-M QB makes an appearance
The Wolverines did not capitalize on a chance to go up three scores in the third quarter. The Badgers take over the ball at their 9-yard line.
Michigan had backup quarterback Dylan McCaffrey split wide, using him as a decoy on a play.
Michigan 21, Wisconsin 7; 5:01 3rd
Wisconsin in trouble after passing game fails them
Michigan forced a Wisconsin punt on their first drive of the second half and now have a a chance to take command of this one.
Wisconsin has not completed a pass since the first quarter.
Michigan 21, Wisconsin 7; 7:31 3rd
Penalty gives Michigan new life, score
Michigan got near midfield on its first drive to open the second half, and then had the ball returned after a punt on a roughing the snapper penalty by the Badgers.
Long snapper Camaron Cheeseman drew the penalty, and was mobbed by a couple teammates after the call was announced.
Shea Patterson made it matter as a 7-yard touchdown run and a 2-point conversion pass to Nico Collins increased the lead to 14.
Earlier, Karan Higdon fumbled on third down, but it went out of bounds. After the penalty, he had a 25-yard run on the drive.
Michigan 21, Wisconsin 7; 10:21 3rd
Also, here are some great photos from the first half:
Rushing: Wisconsin - Jonathan Taylor 11 carries, 79 yards; Michigan - Shea Patterson, 7 carries, 71 yards; Karan Higdon, 7 carries, 11 yards, TD
Passing: Wisconsin - Alex Hornibrook, 3-7, 25 yards, INT; Michigan - Shea Patterson, 12-15, 12 yards
Receiving: Wisconsin - Danny Davis, 1 reception, 12 yards; Michigan - Nico Collins, 4 receptions, 31 yards
Wolverines go to half after missed kick
Michigan attempted a 54-yard field goal at the halftime buzzer, but Quinn Nordin's kick hooked wide left.
Michigan 13, Wisconsin 7; Halftime
Another FG for Wolverines
Kicker Quinn Nordin banged a 33-yard field goal, as Michigan fails to get in the end zone after an interception deep in Wisconsin territory.
Michigan 13, Wisconsin 7; 3:11 2nd
Opportunity knocks for UM
Michigan takes over deep in Wisconsin territory after an Alex Hornibrook interception.
David Long tipped the pass, which was intercepted by Josh Metellus.
Michigan 10, Wisconsin 7; 4:00 2nd
Michigan on top again
Quinn Nordin made a 42-yard field goal as the Wolverines retook the lead.
The drive featured a 28-yard pass from Patterson to Josh Eubanks, who was wide open in the flat.
Patterson then took a 7-yard sack, which led to the field goal attempt.
Michigan 10, Wisconsin 7; 4:12 2nd
Despite penalty on punt, UM takes over
Michigan was flagged for running into the punter but still takes over at the 36 yard-line after Wisconsin declined the penalty.
Josh Uche made a sack on third down to force the punt.
Previously, Wisconsin opened up some running lanes for Jonathan Taylor, who has 76 yards on 10 carries.
Michigan 7, Wisconsin 7; 7:57 2nd
Badgers take over, tied up
Michigan could not respond to the Wisconsin response, and the Badgers take over at their 30 yard-line with a chance to take the lead.
Michigan 7, Wisconsin 7; 10:01 2nd
Badgers tie the score
Wisconsin responded to Michigan's score with a 33-yard run on an end around down the left side by wide receiver Kendric Pryor.
The entire drive lasted 2 minutes, 7 seconds.
Michigan 7, Wisconsin 7; 11:26 2nd
Patterson scrambles for 81 and (eventually) the lead
Shea Patterson set it up, Karan Higdon finished it off.
Higdon ran for a 2-yard touchdown to open the scoring, as Patterson literally helped him cross the line.
The score was set up by an 81-yards bootleg left run by Patterson.
Michigan 7, Wisconsin 0; 13:33 2nd
Bush gets sack to force Badgers punt
Devin Bush Jr. made a third-down sack to force another Wisconsin punt, which was the final play of the first quarter.
Jonathan Taylor now has 29 yards on six carries for the Badgers.
Michigan 0, Wisconsin 0; 15:00 2nd
Quinn Nordin was wide right on a 41-yard field goal attempt as Michigan comes up empty on its first drive.
On the drive, Shea Patterson had a nice pass on the run to Karan Higdon for a 15-yard pickup.
True freshman Joe Milton came in for one play, relieving Patterson and ran for a 1-yard loss.
Michigan 0, Wisconsin 0; 4:28 1st
Taylor gets 17, Wisconsin gets 0 on opening drive
Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor, a Heisman Trophy candidate, gained 17 yards on three carries on the opening drive for the Badgers, but they are forced to punt.
Michigan takes over their own 22.
Michigan 0, Wisconsin 0; 11:52 1st
Blake bleeds blue?
Blake Griffin of the Detroit Pistons is in the house and he likes Michigan's chances.
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh looked cool and composed heading into the Big House today.
And we are live here from Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor as Wisconsin is in town, along with ESPN College Gameday and a national TV audience.
A few pre-game notes: Michigan defensive lineman Rashan Gary is out with a shoulder injury and Wisconsin's secondary is banged up as well.
Michigan and Wisconsin battle under the lights at Michigan Stadium on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Follow the action here with live updates throughout the game by Matt Schoch of The Detroit News.
Wisconsin at Michigan
Kickoff: 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor
Records: Wisconsin 4-1, 2-0 Big Ten; Michigan 5-1, 3-0
Line: Michigan by 8