No. 21 Wisconsin 48, Tennessee Tech 0: Joel Stave and Melvin Gordon paced a quick-strike offense as the Badgers posted their 28th consecutive victory at home over a non-conference opponent.Stave threw three touchdown passes, becoming the first Badger quarterback to do so since Russell Wilson against Michigan State in 2011. Gordon had 140 yards on nine carries, including a 37-yard score in the first half for Wisconsin, which had five touchdown drives that lasted less than three minutes.The Badgers' 3-4 defense had another strong effort under defensive coordinator Dave Aranda, who came to Wisconsin from Utah State along with coach Gary Andersen. Wisconsin (2-0) held Tennessee Tech to six first downs and 112 total yards.Stave threw a 3-yard touchdown to Derek Straus along with 6-yard scores to Jared Abbrederis and Brian Wozniak and finished 24-of-28 for 219 yards and one interception. Abbrederis - a former quarterback - has three touchdowns on his nine receptions this season. James White had a third-quarter touchdown and backup running back Corey Clement ran for two more scores in the fourth quarter for the Badgers, who finished with 387 yards rushing. Austin Tallant recorded the interception for the Golden Eagles (1-1), who fells to 0-29 against FBS opponents.GAME NOTEBOOK: LB Conor O'Neill, a three-time Academic All-Big Ten selection, made his first career start for the Badgers. ... Tennessee Tech punter Chad Zinchini averaged 50 yards on nine punts, including a 70-yard boot. ... Former Badger Ron Dayne - the Heisman Trophy winner in 1999 and the FBS all-time leader in rushing with 6,397 yards - was honored for his induction into the College Football Hall of Fame.