Below are three keys for UW and FAU in preparation for Saturday morning's game:Florida Atlantic: Rely on the run. The Owls have a very threatening duo returning to their backfield this season.
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With 4:52 left in the second quarter, the Utah State Aggies took a timeout. Up 10-0 over the No. 9 team in the country, USU didn’t want to let UW back into the game.The timeout, taken right before the Badgers were flagged for a false start that resulted in a third-and-12 situation, would help keep enough time on the clock for the Aggies to possibly march down the field and pad their 10-point lead.All they needed was a stop on third down, but senior tight end Troy Fumagalli had other plans.An incomplete pass would’ve left the Badgers facing a fourth down outside of field goal range at the Utah State 49.
Florida Atlantic head coach Lane Kiffin has a knack for being the center of attention. Whether he’s coaching in the NCAA or the NFL, in the south or out west, as a head coach or as an assistant, controversy and national headlines seem to follow the 42-year-old like his very own shadow.So it’s no surprise that the majority of the attention directed towards a Florida Atlantic program that’s attempting to recover from three straight 3-9 seasons has centered around the accomplished but erratic head coach since he left his job as offensive coordinator for Alabama the week before the national title game.Kiffin has worked hard to make the roster his own, installing his son Chris as defensive coordinator and adding 12 transfers from junior college and FBS programs, but for now he’ll primarily be looking to make the best of the remnants of a squad that finished sixth in Conference USA’s eastern division last season.On offense, that means featuring sophomore running back Devin Singletary, who rushed for 1021 yards on only 152 carries as a true freshman in 2016.
“Welcome to college football Saturday” is a beautiful phrase. Hearing it means great games, fun performances by awesome players, rivalries and upsets are bound to happen.
Through the first weekend of college football, the Big Ten showcased its depth and went 11-3, including No. 2 Ohio State’s 49-21 victory over conference opponent Indiana.
I had fully written this column in my head by the end of the first quarter of Friday night’s game against Utah State.
For the past several years, the Wisconsin volleyball program has served as a remarkable testament to the value of assembling a roster rich with experience and leadership.
The 2017 NFL offseason was fun, dramatic, exciting, rewarding, somber, unpredictable and emotional for a group of Wisconsin players that were trying to make their dreams of playing in the National Football League come true.
The Wisconsin Badgers men’s soccer team (1-0-2) returned home for the first time this season to beat the Grand Canyon University Lopes (0-3), 3-1.
Wisconsin offensive lines are held to a different standard, given the history of the position in the program.
Nearly eight months removed from their last game, the Wisconsin Badgers (0-0, 1-0) looked the part of a rusty team in the first half of their 59-10 win versus the Utah State Aggies (0-0, 0-1) on Friday night.The Aggies stunned Camp Randall by jumping out to a 10-0 lead with 3:47 remaining in the first quarter, as senior running back LaJuan Hunt punched in a 12-yard score on the ground.With the Badgers’ floundering offense failing to catch balls and find holes in the running game, the score remained the same until a chaotic 72-second period before halftime saw Wisconsin deadlock the score at 10-10.Redshirt sophomore running back Bradrick Shaw capped off a 15-play, 79 yard drive with a three-yard touchdown, before Rafael Gaglianone kicked a 29-yard field goal following a T.J.
Much like Lil Wayne in the 2008 pop hit “Let it Rock” by Kevin Rudolf, I’m back like I forgot something (note: my similarities with Mr. Wayne end there). In my inaugural foray into the Sports section of the Daily Cardinal, whose Opinion section I’ve been known to frequent, I’m here to write about the position that could make or break the Badgers’ hope at an undefeated regular season, a Big 10 title shot and, dare I say it, an elusive playoff spot.
Friday night, Utah State will attempt to bounce back from five straight losses that capped a disappointing 3-9 record last season.
As the Badgers gear up for the start of their season and their first game against the Utah State Aggies, they’ll be without one of their key veterans—star linebacker Jack Cichy.
Mid-interview, Chikwe Obasih starts peeling the tape from around his hand, decompressing from the humid August practice he finished minutes earlier.
Despite the presence of record-setting running backs like Ron Dayne and Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin’s rushing attack has long been known more for its “plug-and-play” consistency than for the outstanding talents of any particular players.
After then-junior Trace McSorley and his rocket arm catapulted the Penn State Nittany Lions to a 38-31 victory over the Wisconsin Badgers in the Big 10 Championship Game last season, crushing the Badgers’ last hopes of reaching the College Football Playoff or the Rose Bowl, many Wisconsin fans started uttering the familiar mantra of “there’s always next year.”Well, the 2017 year is finally here, and No. 9 Wisconsin will look to bring back a conference title to Madison this year.
Wisconsin aims to manage its opening game energy this Friday night. While Utah State hopes to pull off a major upset.
The Daily Cardinal sports staff weighs in on Wisconsin's Week 1 matchup against Utah State:1.
For the first time since 2013, the Wisconsin football team will open up its season at Camp Randall, as they’ll host the Utah State Aggies at 8 p.m.