At the start of the second quarter, the Badgers got down to the Golden Eagles 37-yard line but Joel Stave threw an interception that was returned to Tech's 39-yard line.

After a Tech punt, a Wisconsin punt and another Tech punt, the Badgers took over at their own 48-yard line.

A heavy dose of running the ball with Corey Clement help the Badgers run off the final seven and a half minutes of the game and giving Wisconsin a 45–0 victory.

On the very next play, Joel Stave threw an interception.

The Badgers managed a 21-yard field goal by Kyle French before the end of the first quarter for a 10–0 lead.

The Golden Eagles then took the kickoff to their own 19-yard line and took a knee on the final play of the half with the Badgers leading 28–0.

The second half started with the Badgers receiving the kickoff.

The Badgers first game of the 2013 season was a first for many.

It was new Wisconsin head coach Gary Andersen's first game and it was the first time the Badgers have ever squared off against the UMass Minutemen.

The 2013 Wisconsin Badgers football team represented the University of Wisconsin–Madison in the 2013 NCAA Division I FBS football season.

The Badgers, led by first year head coach Gary Andersen, were members of the Leaders Division of the Big Ten Conference and played their home games at Camp Randall Stadium.

Another UMass punt and then three plays later running back James White scores on a 51-yard touchdown run.

UMass then put together a nice drive that got down to the Badgers 38-yard line but Wisconsin CB Sojour Shelton intercepted the UMass pass.

The Badgers would close out the scoring less than two minutes into the fourth quarter with a 23-yard touchdown run by true freshman running back, Corey Clement, his first career touchdown.