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Madison, WI ( - Melvin Gordon stiff-armed defenders, skipped past would-be tacklers, broke through wide-open holes and raced around sealed corners to rush for more yards than anyone in FBS history. A record performance that culminated in a steady snowfall heated up the junior running backs chances to win college footballs most prestigious individual honor. Gordon bolstered his Heisman Trophy candidacy with a record 408 yards rushing and No. 22 Wisconsin ran away with a 59-24 win over No. 11 Nebraska in a key Big Ten West showdown on Saturday. Gordon, already the nations leading rusher entering play, ripped off seven runs of at least 26 yards and broke future NFL great LaDainian Tomlinsons FBS record for rushing yards in a game. Tomlinson, who gained 406 yards for TCU against UTEP on Nov. 20, 1999, congratulated Gordon in a tweet. Gordon also broke the old Wisconsin record of 339 yards set by all-time NCAA rushing leader Ron Dayne against Hawaii on Nov. 30, 1996. He and the Badgers (8-2, 5-1 Big Ten) both overcame ball security issues in the first half to score 56 straight points after trailing 17-3, picking up their fifth consecutive win. Nebraska (8-2, 4-2) and senior running back Ameer Abdullah, whose own Heisman bid is probably over, had a three-game winning streak snapped despite having a bye week to get ready for Gordon and the Badgers. Wisconsin took a one-game lead over Nebraska and Minnesota in the Big Ten West division with two regular-season games remaining against Iowa and Minnesota, which fell to Ohio State on Saturday. Gordon set the record with a 26-yard touchdown run in the snow on the final play of the third quarter. His 408 yards came on 25 carries for an average of 16.32 yards. His four rushing touchdowns gave him an FBS-high 25 combined TDs this season. The performance also included runs of 68, 62, 44, 43, 42 and 39 yards, helping Wisconsin rush for 581 yards as a team. Gordon had 16 carries for 238 yards in the first half with a 62-yard touchdown run, but also fumbled twice, including one that led to a Nebraska touchdown. He has 1,909 yards rushing this season, 200 shy of Daynes single-season team record of 2,109 set in 1996. The Badgers improved to 3-1 against Nebraska since the Huskers joined the Big Ten -- including a 70-31 win in the 2012 Big Ten Championship Game. Saturday was the first time they played for the Freedom Trophy, which was introduced to the rivalry this year. Joel Stave passed for 46 yards with a 5-yard touchdown pass to Sam Arneson and Corey Clement, Tanner McEvoy and Dare Ogunbowale also ran for touchdowns in the win. Abdullah gained 69 yards on 18 carries against Wisconsins No. 1 defense and quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr. passed and ran for a touchdown. The Badgers entered play with the third-best scoring defense in the country, giving up just 14.3 points per game. They allowed 17 in the first half against Nebraska, including 10 off of three fumbles. But Wisconsin scored the last 21 points in the half for a 24-17 lead and never trailed after that. Linebacker Zaire Anderson recovered a fumble on Wisconsins second play to set up Drew Browns 32-yard field goal. Armstrongs 12-yard pass to Kenny Bell then gave the Huskers a 10-0 lead just 5:39 into the game. Gordons 42-yard run down the left sideline led to Wisconsins first points, a 26-yard field goal by Rafael Gaglianone, but his fumble on third down after a Nebraska punt was picked up by Anderson and resulted in Armstrongs 5-yard touchdown run for a 17-3 Huskers lead 48 seconds into the second quarter. Gordon stiff-armed Nebraska safety Corey Cooper on his 42-yard run in the first quarter and ran through a diving Cooper on the right sideline during his 62-yard touchdown in the second, which got the Badgers within 17-10. His second fumble came at the Nebraska 41, but the Huskers gave the ball right back on Terrell Newbys fumble and Gordon broke off a 39-yard run on first down to set up Clements 17-yard touchdown to tie the score at 17-17 with 7:21 left in the first half. Staves 5-yard pass to Arneson gave Wisconsin a 24-17 lead with 3 1/2 minutes left in the half. After Abdullah lost a fumble on Nebraskas second possession after halftime, Gordon set up his own 1-yard touchdown with a 43-yard burst, giving Wisconsin a 31-17 lead. Touchdown runs by Gordon and McEvoy in the next seven minutes gave the Badgers a 45-17 lead and Gordon broke the record soon after that following Armstrongs fumble. Game Notes Nebraska plays Minnesota next week, then finishes the regular season at Iowa on Nov. 28 ... Clement appeared to hurt his left arm after his touchdown run in the second quarter but returned to the game in the fourth quarter. 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But it was a dinner meeting he had over the weekend that created the buzz at Mondays informal media event at the Wynn Country Club. Ovechkin and Barry Trotz finally had a chance to meet face to face for the first time since the former Nashville Predators coach was named Capitals coach on May 26. "It was a good meeting, I think hell be happy," said Ovechkin, who leads the NHL in goals (422), points (814), power-play goals (151) and game-winning goals (69) since entering the league in 2005. "We talked about the system, how he wants to coach." The Capitals star made it a point to avoid discussing the details of his conversation with Trotz, but did acknowledge that the coach said there would be some changes. "Hes going to explain to everybody, its not about just me, everybody will have to change," said Ovechkin, who became the 11th player in NHL history to record five 50-goal campaigns. "We just talked about how he wants to play with me and how he wants to play with the team. We talked about good things -- lots of good things, lots of bad things -- he sees what he can change with the team and what he can change with my game." Trotz, who has never coacheed a 40-goal scorer, instilled a defensive scheme in Nashville.dddddddddddd He was the only coach of the Predators since they joined the league as an expansion franchise for the 1998-99 season. The 51-year-old Trotz was fired at the end of last season, after compiling a career record of 557-479-60 in 15 seasons. His 1,196 regular-season games coached ranks him 14th on the all-time coaching list. "Hes a straightforward coach and thats the best thing you can expect from a new guy," said Ovechkin. "Hes going to bring some new stuff for me and my teammates. Its going to be a new season and its going to be a brand new day for me. We still have the same team, the same group of guys right now. The new coach is going to bring a new system and well see how it goes." When Trotz was named coach, the Capitals also promoted Brian MacLellan to general manager, making him the sixth GM in team history after he spent the past seven seasons as the teams assistant general manager. "The whole organization is making a big step; they fired (former GM) George (McPhee), fired (former coach) Adam (Oates) and the organization wants to make improvements," Ovechkin said. "Just glad they havent fired me yet. Im still here with a Capitals jersey. ... New coach, a new GM and well see whats going to happen with the team, the system and all kind of stuff. Its going to be an interesting year." ' ' '
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