It’s a little bit redundant to say at this point, but I still have to say it: what a weekend of college football.
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SCENE: We see Michigan Head Football Coach Jim Harbaugh bellied up at a bar. It’s late on a weeknight, and the bar is nearly empty, save for a regular huddled in one of the booths in the back and a pool shark practicing his game.
At the start of this college football season, many expected the Wisconsin vs. Michigan meeting to be a top-10 contest.
In a chaotic week full of upsets for the top-10 teams in the College Football Playoff rankings, the Big Ten conference hardly had any surprising results.
Sports editor Ben Pickman and football beat writers Lorin Cox and and Jake Nisse preview Wisconsin's upcoming matchup with Michigan.
Field position isn’t a sexy stat, but it makes all the difference in a tight game where neither offense can consistently sustain long scoring drives.Lost in the defensive dominance and late offensive push by the No. 6 Wisconsin Badgers (7-0 Big Ten, 10-0 overall) was a redemption story for sophomore punter Anthony Lotti, who repeatedly flipped in the field in its 38-14 win over the No. 25 Iowa Hawkeyes.
The No. 6 Badgers (7-0 Big Ten, 10-0 overall) overcame a multitude of mistakes Saturday to stifle No. 25 Iowa 38-14 in a sloppy affair.Redshirt sophomore quarterback Alex Hornibrook threw three interceptions, true freshman running back Jonathan Taylor lost a fumble, and yet Wisconsin still managed to earn its first victory over a ranked opponent this season.
As Wisconsin’s first game of the 2017 season wound down and fans began to leave Camp Randall — if they were even still there — redshirt senior safety Joe Ferguson scored his first touchdown as a Badger.The 99-yard interception return not only brought notoriety to Ferguson, who said his Instagram followers increased in the following days, but showcased the speed he routinely displayed in high school as a dual-threat quarterback.Now, as Ferguson plays a different role for the Badgers, he recognizes the benefits of his unique path to safety.“It helps a ton,” Ferguson said of his past experience at quarterback.
On the back of a week where Iowa upset Ohio State by 31 points, and the Badgers fell in the AP rankings after a comfortable win at Indiana, senior defensive end Alec James is rather uninterested in any of college football’s recent chaos.As his team enters Week 11 with a spotless 9-0 overall record, truthfully, he has little reason to be. “I didn’t know that until you told me,” James said of the Badgers’ recent fall from No. 4 to No. 6 in the AP standings.
Wisconsin:Let Taylor take overFreshman running back Jonathan Taylor’s incredible season is no secret, as the Salem, N.J., native just passed the 1,300-yard mark last week with 183 yards against Indiana.
With Big Ten play now in full swing, the Daily Cardinal takes a look at ranking every team’s uniforms:14.
1. Baker Mayfield, Redshirt Senior QB- OklahomaIn the game known as “Bedlam,” Baker Mayfield showed that he is the top dog for the Heisman this year.
Chaos reigns supreme in Big Ten as Penn State and Ohio State fall, Sooners and 'Pokes light up scoreboard in classic Bedlam shootout
Week 10 was once again a banger in college football, especially in the afternoon games. Just like last week, the 2:30 time slot was filled with upsets, great games and a ton of shake-ups for the committee to deal with.
When the Badgers played a tight game against Purdue just a few weeks ago, the biggest play of the game wasn’t a Jonathan Taylor touchdown or a Troy Fumagalli catch, but rather, an interception inside the Badgers’ 20-yard line which helped ice the game and keep Wisconsin’s unbeaten season alive.
In a relatively chaotic weekend in college football, the Big Ten conference provided the most dramatic upsets for a college football fan to gorge on.
The last time the Wisconsin Badgers started a season 9-0 was in 2004. After beating Indiana 45-17 last Saturday, this year’s team tied that benchmark.UW’s defense was relentless all day long as they stifled the Indiana run offense holding them to a measly 40 yards on 21 attempts.
In this week’s Cardinal Zone Football Podcast, sports editor Ben Pickman and men’s basketball beat writer Lorin Cox preview Wisconsin’s upcoming matchup against Iowa.
This year ESPN released a list called “Ranking the happiness of every college football fan base.” The survey took into account program power, rivalry dominance, coaching stability, recruiting trend, revenue growth and Twitter buzz.
No.4 Wisconsin (6-0 Big Ten, 9-0 overall) overcame an early 10-point deficit Saturday at Indiana (0-6, 3-6) en route to a decisive 45-17 victory.After a first-quarter interception, redshirt sophomore quarterback Alex Hornibrook rebounded with an 18-yard touchdown pass to junior fullback Alec Ingold with 10:28 remaining in the half.Just over four minutes later, Hornibrook doubled down on his efforts, giving Wisconsin a 14-10 lead with an eight-yard pass to sophomore wideout Quintez Cephus.The Badgers never gave their lead up after that, as true freshman running back Jonathan Taylor scored in the third quarter to put Wisconsin up by 14.
Saquon Barkley, Junior RB- Penn StateIt happened — Saquon Barkley had a “bad” day.