Taiwan Deal ran for 147 yards and two scores, and No. 22 Wisconsin held a nonconference opponent without a touchdown for the third straight game in a 28-0 victory over Hawaii on Saturday night.
Linebacker Joe Schobert had two sacks and the Badgers (3-1) held Hawaii (2-2) to 15 yards rushing in the first night game at Camp Randall Stadium in three years.
Deal got the Badgers' own rushing attack going with a pair of 2-yard touchdown runs in the first half. With Big Ten play looming, Deal's day was a promising sign for a Wisconsin team that will be without injured starting tailback Corey Clement for at least a month.
The Rainbow Warriors' best scoring chance came in the third quarter in a drive to the 1. Penalties pushed Hawaii back 30 yards, and Rigoberto Sanchez missed a 49-yard field goal.