Finally, it's Corey Clement time at Wisconsin. The running back returned for Saturday's game against Rutgers, getting his first carry since the season opener against Alabama. Clement has been recovering from sports hernia surgery. He ran for two scores in the first half. It took him just two carries to get his first touchdown, a 12-yard scamper up the middle to give Wisconsin a 10-0 lead in the first quarter. He tossed the ball high to the air after entering the end zone, drawing an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty. Coach Paul Chryst talked to him on the sideline after the penalty. Otherwise, it was a memorable return for the junior who could rev up the Badgers' rushing attack.