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Name: Braelon Allen 
College: Wisconsin     Number: 0
Height: 6-2   Weight: 238
Position: RB  Pos2: FB/LB
Class/Draft Year: Fr/2025

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 Braelon Allen, Wisconsin, Player News

  11/22/21 - RB Braelon AllenFr/2025, Wisconsin, 6-2, 238 (DS#12 RB) + More +

  There were five other 200-yard rushing performances over the past week to raise the total to 40 for the season. Saturday, Wisconsin's 17-year-old freshman Braelon Allen ran 22 times for 228 yards and three touchdowns against Nebraska and Marshall's Rasheen Ali had 23 carries for 203 yard and three TDs against Charlotte. Air Force's DeAndre Hughes carried 23 times for 221 yards and two touchdowns against Nevada on Friday. Louisville's Malik Cunningham ran 11 times for 224 yards and two touchdowns against Duke on Thursday, and Toledo's Bryant Koback ran 21 times for 203 yards and four TDs against Ohio on Tuesday. - AP College Football

(DS#12 RB) Fr/2025 RB Braelon AllenWisconsin
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  11/21/21 - RB Braelon AllenFr/2025, Wisconsin, 6-2, 238 (DS#12 RB) + More +

  Braelon Allen continued a tradition of Wisconsin running backs steamrolling Nebraska defenses. Allen rushed for 228 yards and three touchdowns – including a tiebreaking 53-yarder with 3:50 remaining – to help No. 19 Wisconsin outlast Nebraska 35-28 for its seventh consecutive victory Saturday. Wisconsin has beaten Nebraska eight straight times and typically has done it with dominant rushing performances, starting with the night when Melvin Gordon and Montee Ball each ran for over 200 yards in the 2012 Big Ten championship game. Gordon rushed for a school-record 408 yards against Nebraska in 2014. Jonathan Taylor exceeded 200 yards against Nebraska three separate times. "All week I heard about the yards and touchdowns that we have put up on Nebraska every year," Allen said. "It's cool to kind of continue the tradition." The Badgers (8-3, 6-2 Big Ten, No. 15 CFP) handed Nebraska (3-8, 1-7) its fifth straight loss and moved a step closer to playing for a conference title.

Wisconsin will clinch its fourth Big Ten championship game appearance in the last six years if it wins its regular-season finale at Minnesota. Wisconsin is tied with No. 18 Iowa for first place in the West but owns the tiebreaker advantage because it beat the Hawkeyes 27-7 on Oct. 30. The Badgers kept their winning streak alive Saturday because Allen was spectacular on a day when their top-ranked defense wasn't as effective as usual. Allen's performance came with Gordon watching as an honorary captain. Allen, who considers the Denver Broncos running back an idol and an inspiration, said it was surreal to shake his hand and talk to him before the game. "It started with the 408 against Nebraska," Allen said. "At the time, I was just finishing up my fifth-grade season. I honestly didn't know if I even liked football at that point. I saw that game and that's kind of what sparked it all for me, trying to be like him one day." Allen, who had 22 carries, has rushed for over 100 yards in each of Wisconsin's last seven games. The 17-year-old had totaled 12 carries during Wisconsin's 1-3 start. - Wisconsin/AP College Football


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  11/16/21 - RB Braelon AllenFr/2025, Wisconsin, 6-2, 238 (DS#12 RB) + More +

  NOV 15 BIG TEN CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Braelon Allen, Wisconsin, RB – Fr. – Fond du Lac, Wis. – Fond du Lac,...Started the first game of his career and carried 25 times for a career-high 173 yards (6.9 avg.) and a career-high three touchdowns to help the Badgers defeat Northwestern 35-7. Became the first Badger to record three rushing touchdowns in a game since Jonathan Taylor scored four vs. Kent State on Oct. 5, 2019...Eclipsed the 100-yard rushing mark for the sixth consecutive game, marking the longest streak by a Badger since Jonathan Taylor opened the 2018 season with seven straight 100-yard games...Ranks fifth among all FBS freshmen running backs in rushing yards (834), while ranking third in yard per carry (7.06) and sixth in rushing touchdowns (nine)...Is the first Wisconsin freshman to register six 100-yard rushing games in a season since Anthony Davis in 2001...Earns his first career Offensive Player of the Week honor; has also been named Freshman of the Week twice this season...Last Wisconsin Offensive Player of the Week: Graham Mertz (Oct. 26, 2020). - Big Ten Football

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  11/13/21 - RB Braelon AllenFr/2025, Wisconsin, 6-2, 238 (DS#12 RB) + More +

  Braelon Allen understood the importance of his role following Chez Mellusi's injury, sidelining Wisconsin's leading rusher for the rest of the season. Allen handled that burden as effectively as he has accepted every other task assigned to him during his exceptional freshman season. The 17-year-old Allen rushed for 173 yards and three touchdowns to help No. 20 Wisconsin beat Northwestern 35-7 for its sixth consecutive victory on Saturday. "I told Chez I was going to finish the season for the both of us," Allen said. Mellusi, who hurt his left knee during a 52-3 victory at Rutgers last week, entered Saturday's action ranked fifth in the Big Ten in rushing (815) and second in carries (173).

Allen stepped up, continued his emergence that coincided with the start of Wisconsin's winning streak. He has rushed for over 100 yards in six straight games after totaling just 12 carries during Wisconsin's 1-3 start. He's the first Wisconsin true freshman to run for at least 100 yards in six consecutive games since Anthony Davis in 2001. "He knows how important he is to this group," Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst said. "He's got a great mix of he's humble, he's confident and I think today showed he's got a chance to be special." Allen led a balanced team effort. Graham Mertz threw two touchdown passes, and Wisconsin's defense recorded four interceptions. Northwestern's Andrew Marty was picked off three times for a second straight week. - Wisconsin/AP College Football


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  11/09/21 - RB Braelon AllenFr/2025, Wisconsin, 6-2, 238 (DS#12 RB) + More +

  NOV 8 BIG TEN FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK: Braelon Allen, Wisconsin, RB – Fond du Lac, Wis. – Fond du Lac,...Recorded 129 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries (8.6 avg.) in Wisconsin's 52-3 win at Rutgers...Has now rushed for 100-plus yards in five straight games to become the first Badger freshman to do so since Anthony Davis in 2001...Ranks second in the Big Ten with five 100-yard rushing games, trailing only Michigan State's Kenneth Walker III (six games)...Ranks fifth in the country in yards per carry (7.11) and is one of just six backs in the FBS to average more than 7.0 yards per rush. Is tied for fifth in the country among all freshmen running backs with 661 yards...Earns the second Freshman of the Week honor of his career...Last Wisconsin Freshman of the Week: Braelon Allen (Oct. 18, 2021). - Big Ten Football

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  10/24/21 - RB Braelon AllenFr/2025, Wisconsin, 6-2, 238 (DS#12 RB) + More +

  Wisconsin freshman running back Braelon Allen figures the Badgers got back to their their strengths. Graham Mertz completed just 5 of 8 passes for 52 yards. But it didn't matter with the Badgers running for 290 yards on 51 carries. "That's Wisconsin football, that's what we're known for, imposing our will on defenses," Allen said. "We are finally getting back to our brand of football. It's worked for the longest time." Chez Mellusi ran for 149 yards and a touchdown and Allen had 140 yards and two scores to help Wisconsin beat No. 25 Purdue 30-13 on Saturday. Mellusi and Allen both had career highs for yards, with Mellusi carrying 27 carries and Allen 12 for the Badgers (4-3, 2-2 Big Ten).

Wisconsin has won 15 straight against Purdue (4-3, 2-2 Big Ten). Allen fumbled in the first quarter but was able to gather himself. "Everyone was coming up to me and telling me to keep my head up," Allen said. "I knew I had to bounce back, forget about it and hold on to the football." Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst said it was a matter of doing whatever would move the football. "We weren't great on third down and we got to be better there, but the running game was going and the way our defense was playing, if we can continue to do that, I thought that might be best," Chryst said. The Boilermakers took a 13-10 lead on defensive end George Karlaftis' 56-yard fumble return with 6:13 left in the second second quarter. John Torchio intercepted Aidan O'Connell's pass and returned it 37 yards to the 1. However, Mellusi was stopped for no gain and quarterback Kendric Pryor had a 3-yard loss on third down. Collin Larsh made a 23-yard field goal to tie it at 13. The Badgers took the lead for good at 20-13 on Mellusi's 20-yard run. Allen's 70-yard run set up the touchdown, putting the ball on the 24. - Wisconsin/AP College Football


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  10/20/21 - RB Braelon AllenFr/2025, Wisconsin, 6-2, 238 (DS#12 RB) + More +

  OCT 18 BIG TEN FRESHMAN OF THE WEEK: Braelon Allen, Wisconsin, RB - Fond du Lac, Wis. - Fond du Lac,...Rushed 16 times for 108 yards (6.75 avg.) and a touchdown in Wisconsin's 20-14 win vs. Army...Registered 100 yards rushing for the second consecutive game (131 at Illinois on Oct. 9) to become the first Wisconsin true freshman to accomplish the feat since Jonathan Taylor had four straight 100-yard rushing performances in 2017...Gave the Badgers a 7-0 lead in the second quarter when he broke free for a 33-yard score...Earns the first Freshman of the Week honor of his career...Last Wisconsin Freshman of the Week: Graham Mertz (Oct. 26, 2020). - Big Ten Football

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