Notre Dame (4-0) went into Soldier Field in Chicago to beat the Wisconsin Badgers (1-2) 41-13, though the score belies how close the game was, even at the start of the fourth quarter. The game was tied 10-10 heading into the final period, and the Badgers took a three-point lead following a Collin Larsh 27-yard field goal. It was the last positive play for Wisconsin.
From there, Notre Dame outscored Wisconsin 31-0 off a 98-yard kick return from Chris Tyree, a 16-yard touchdown connection between third-string quarterback Drew Pyne and Kevin Austin Jr., a 37-yard field goal from Jonathan Doerer and two interceptions returned for touchdowns by Jack Kiser (66 yards) and Drew White (45 yards).
Wisconsin and Notre Dame said we have two of the most beloved home-field experiences in football, what if we played in an NFL stadium widely described as “poorly renovated”
— Rodger Sherman (@rodger) September 25, 2021
Watching this Wisconsin Notre Dame game feels a lot like watching my friends at the bar, everybody wants to score but nobody knows how
— Annie Agar (@AnnieAgar) September 25, 2021