From the opening kickoff of their matchup with Creighton (0-2), Wisconsin (2-1) looked absolutely dominant.
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“How do you rip people off without them knowing it?”At last, a reader has sent me an email!
Hitters like Manny Machado are more predictable in fantasy baseball then pitchers like James Paxton who have gotten off to a hot start this season.
Growing up in Wisconsin Rapids, Vince Biegel was just like any other Green Bay Packers fan, with his number four Brett Favre jersey on his shoulders and a cheesehead to top off his Sunday best. He cheered his heart out for the green and gold with visions of someday turning that four on his back into a 45 with the word BIEGEL spelled out across the top.
Only three players on the Wisconsin Badgers’ 2016 roster heard their names called in the 2017 NFL Draft, but eight of them now have NFL contracts and are working with various pro teams to prepare for the preseason.As expected, outside linebacker T.J.
Coming off a 28-24 season in 2016 and a second consecutive year without an NCAA tournament appearance, the outside expectations for Wisconsin’s softball team were moderate coming into the 2017 season.
For senior forward Cameron Hughes, the 2016-’17 season came with significant challenges both on and off the ice.
This column begins with some good news and some bad news. The bad news is, baseball season is already more than a quarter of the way through.
They say April power brings May... I don’t know. The first month of baseball is in the books, and what a month it was.
In early April, Lauren Carlini stepped under the bright lights of the Big Apple and took a seat atop the stage inside the storied New York Athletic Club, utterly unprepared for the historic moment she would soon experience.Among some of the finest amatuer athletes in the world, the former Wisconsin setter felt exceedingly privileged to receive recognition as a finalist for the AAU James E.
Men's Basketball: Hayes delivers dagger into Nova's repeat bidWith 20.3 seconds remaining and the No. 8 seed Badgers tied 62-62 against the No. 1 overall seed Villanova Wildcats, Wisconsin head coach Greg Gard called a timeout, looking to draw up the most important set piece of the Badgers’ season.
Midway through the first half of the Badgers’ November matchup with Chicago State, D’Mitrik Trice buried a three and pounded his chest in celebration.
Team captain and star senior catcher Chloe Miller was selected 11th overall in the 2017 National Pro Fastpitch Draft Monday night.
Wednesday Word: ESPN's mass layoffs make financial sense, but will hurt network's quality of journalism
The world is shrinking.The Worldwide Leader in Sports, that is.For the second time in three years, ESPN has undergone significant company layoffs, as on-air talent and staff writers are being ousted from the company.After spending billions of dollars in recent years to acquire television rights for the NBA and the NFL, the network has seen its subscriber numbers plummet.
The Wisconsin Badgers have their starting quarterback firmly entrenched this spring—a luxury that’s been difficult to come by in recent years.
Usually in these farewell columns, I think I’m supposed to leave you all with some parting words of wisdom from my experience in Madison or something like that.
Youth and defense were on display as the Wisconsin football team wrapped up spring practice with its annual Cardinal-White game Friday night at Camp Randall Stadium.The White (defense) defeated the Cardinal (offense) 20-17.“I thought it was a really good spring for this team,” head coach Paul Chryst said.
After a thrilling finish Friday night that saw the Badgers walk off in extra innings, Wisconsin (7-9 Big Ten, 28-11 overall) struggled to keep up with No. 19 Michigan (13-3, 33-10-1) in game two of the weekend series, dropping the contest 10-2 in five innings.Wisconsin came out of the gate hot and put pressure on the Wolverines early.
Entering the eighth inning of Friday’s thriller against No. 19 Michigan (12-3 Big Ten, 32-10-1 overall), the Badgers (7-8, 28-10) faced a challenge all too familiar.
Spring Cleaning: Dirty Birds plan to celebrate Earth Day by removing invasive Gentle Clowns from Vilas Park
Earth Day observers who were anticipating a close and exciting softball game between The Daily Cardinal and The Badger Herald might be out of luck.