Oregon beats Wisconsin 28-27 in Rose Bowl

In a game that featured six lead changes, Oregon football outlasted Wisconsin 28-27 in the Rose Bowl on Wednesday.

The Badger offense committed four turnovers in the loss, which Oregon converted into 21 points.

Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert ran for three touchdowns and threw for 132 yards.

Aron Cruickshank started the Badgers off with a 95-yard kickoff return touchdown, which tied the game 7-7 in the first quarter.

In perhaps his last game as a Badger, Jonathan Taylor ran 21 times for 94 yards with one lost fumble. Taylor is now the second player in FBS history to have back-to-back seasons of 2,000 or more rushing yards.

Wisconsin finishes the season 10-4.