MADISON, Wisconsin (Ticker) -- One week after Antawn Randle-El became the first player in college football history to rush for for 3,000 yards and pass for 6,000 yards, another Indiana player made history.
Senior running back Levron Williams rushed for a school-record six touchdowns as Indiana shocked Wisconsin, 63-32, in a Big Ten Conference contest at Camp Randall Stadium.
Williams gained 280 yards on 20 carries for an average of 14 yards per carry, helping Indiana (1-3, 1-1 Big 10) score its most points since 1924 when it defeated Rose Polytechnic, 65-0.
The Hoosiers scored early and often, posting 32 points in the first period. Williams scored three times in a span of three minutes to give Indiana a 20-0 lead with still 9:32 left in the first quarter.
After Indiana ran just seven plays from scrimmage, Williams had TD runs of six, 56 and three yards.
Williams, who needed 80 yards to reach the 2,000-yard mark in career rushing, broke Anthony Thompson's previous school record for touchdowns in a game. Thompson had five against Northwestern on October 7, 1989.
Williams was not alone in Indiana's rushing game as Randle-El rushed for 102 yards on 14 carries. They combined for 382 of the Hoosiers' 449 yards on the ground.
Randle-El, who had lost his previous three starts to the Badgers, also set another school record with his 36th career touchdown pass, a four-yard strike to tight end Aaron Halterman in the second quarter.
Steve Bradley threw 35 touchdowns for the Hoosiers from 1983-85.
Wisconsin (3-3, 1-1), which was hit with a five-year probation by the NCAA on Tuesday, turned the ball over five times, which resulted in 23 points for Indiana.
The 63 points allowed matched the Badgers' highest total in school history. They lost, 63-0, to Minnesota in 1890.
Indiana earned its first victory since last October 21 at Minnesota and beat Wisconsin for the first time since 1992.