Like the No. 7 Wisconsin Badgers (4-2 Big Ten, 7-2 Overall), the Illinois Fighting Illini (2-4, 3-6) have had to rely on a redshirt freshman quarterback under center after starting the season with a redshirt senior who struggled early on.Jeff George Jr.
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It is officially November in college football. Each weekend will feature elimination games for teams vying for various conference titles.
For two glorious weeks, our power rankings had a consensus on who the top six teams in the Big Ten were.
Last season, the Illinois Fighting Illini started 4-1 and looked poised to make a bowl appearance.
This season, Wisconsin’s defense has been in a constant state of flux. With players getting injured and coming back from injury, and some going from hot to cold in a heartbeat, finding consistency has been difficult.Senior safety Leo Musso, however, has been about as consistent as it gets.
At long last, the drought is over.The trap game to end all trap games was finally conquered Saturday by the Wisconsin Badgers, as they marched into the Mystical Realm of Evanston and emerged victorious for the first time since 1999.It was a huge win for Wisconsin that marked the end of a brutal portion of its schedule.
No degree is worth one's dignity, yet it seems Black students are continuously asked to sacrifice theirs.
Last year, the Wildcats pulled off a huge win at Camp Randall Stadium as the Badgers fell short in the redzone at the end of the game.
It was not a pretty win, but the Wisconsin Badgers (4-2 Big Ten, 7-2 Overall) held off the Northwestern Wildcats (3-3, 4-5) for a 21-7 victory in Evanston, Ill.Wisconsin’s offense struggled to finish drives throughout the game, frequently ending up in Northwestern territory without touchdowns to show for it.
Cardinal Zone Podcast: Wisconsin vs. Northwestern, Men's soccer in the Big Ten, Men's hockey fast start
In this week's episode of the Cardinal Zone Podcast, sports editor Thomas Valtin-Erwin takes over as host and talks to men's soccer beat writer Jake Nisse about the soccer team's impending Big Ten tourney and their shot at the NCAA Tourney.
Wisconsin's keys Chryst needs to settle on a QBNine weeks of the college football season have come and gone, and Wisconsin head coach Paul Chryst has yet to make up his mind about who the Badgers’ quarterback is going to be.
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.
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.