Brent Yarina, Senior Editor, February 1, 2016

Need another reason to prove the Wisconsin football program is getting it done?

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Russell Wilson picked up Offensive MVP honors of the 2016 Pro Bowl on Sunday in Honolulu, Hawaii, marking the second consecutive season the Badgers have had one of the annual game's superlative winners.

A season ago, all-world defensive end and former Wisconsin walk-on J.J. Watt claimed Defensive MVP honors.

On Sunday night, Wilson, the one-year Wisconsin standout, completed 8 of 12 passes for 164 yards and three touchdowns to help lead Team Irvin to an easy 49-27 victory.

One of Wilson's best completions went to former Penn State wide receiver Allen Robinson, who finished with two receptions for a game-high 105 yards and a touchdown. Speaking of ex-Penn State stars, Sean Lee picked off an early pass, to go along with two tackles, and NaVorro Bowman notched four tackles.