The No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers (3-2 Big Ten, 6-2 overall) are through the most treacherous section of their regular season, and the team fared far better than many would have expected coming into the fall.But with November here and a trip to Northwestern next on the schedule, the Badgers aren’t quite out of the autumn woods.
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With Corey Clement struggling, Bradrick Shaw has shown flashes of future potential for the Badgers this season.
There is quite a bit to unpack from Wisconsin’s thrilling overtime victory against No. 7 Nebraska this past Saturday.For starters, a lot of credit has to be given to Mike Riley and the Cornhuskers for how well they battled back in that game.
Overlooked in the Wisconsin Badgers’ (3-2 Big Ten, 6-2 overall) ugly overtime win over the No. 7 Nebraska Cornhuskers (4-1, 7-1) was a historic performance by redshirt senior running back Dare Ogunbowale.The backup only carried the ball 11 times, but his 10.9-yard average for 120 total yards on those runs was the highest per-carry average for a Wisconsin running back in a game (min.
Dare Ogunbowale scored the game-winning overtime touchdown to cap off a memorable night.
While not as highly anticipated as Wisconsin’s night game against Ohio State two weeks ago, and while the matchup Nebraska felt similar to that OSU game, this time Wisconsin held on to beat a Top 10 team, winning 23-17.Wisconsin opened up the scoring halfway through the first with a two-play, 51-yard drive capped off by a 21-yard rush by redshirt freshman running back Bradrick Shaw.
After suffering a devastating loss two weeks ago to the then-No. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes, the Wisconsin Badgers were left searching for answers.
Coming into the season, Jack Cichy was scheduled to be just another rotation player, backing up last year’s returning starters at inside linebacker, sophomore Chris Orr and redshirt sophomore T.J.
After a long day of classes on a typical Tuesday afternoon, junior kicker Andrew Endicott needed to get his competitive feelings back.
The College Football Playoff picture received a serious shake-up this weekend after Penn State upset Ohio State in Happy Valley.
Nebraska1) Lean on ArmstrongNebraska has been able to blitz past the likes of Fresno, Wyoming and Purdue, but with the Badgers, the Cornhuskers will meet a new defensive force that will be their biggest challenge yet.
Penn StateAfter a 2-2 start that included a 49-10 loss to Michigan, Penn State has risen from the depths of the Big Ten cellar with three straight wins and an upset victory over the vaunted Ohio State Buckeyes.
Senior running back Corey Clement had potentially his best game of the season for the Badgers Saturday afternoon against Iowa, often leading a sometimes wavering Wisconsin offense up and down the field.
P.J. Rosowski is one of the best ping-pong players on the team.
After a slow start this season, Clement has now put together two consecutive games in which he has rushed for more than 100 yards.
The Badgers, yet again, will have to overcome a season ending injury to linebacker Jack Cichy.
Ryan Ramczyk suffered a devastating injury at work prior to showing up for the Badgers' game.
The lights at Camp Randall will be fired back up for the second time in three weeks as the No. 7 Nebraska Cornhuskers (4-0 Big Ten, 7-0 overall) come to town to take on the No. 11 Wisconsin Badgers (2-2 Big Ten, 5-2 overall) in a matchup that could have championship implications.With the Badgers showing two marks in their loss column, they will need to win this game to keep the pressure on Nebraska, which travels to Ohio next week to take on the talented Buckeyes.
Wisconsin consistently finds "diamonds in the rough," as exemplified by turning T.J. Watt, who's national recruiting rank was 941, into a first round draft pick.