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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.
When analysts discuss teams that could potentially succeed in a large, Division-I conference they do not mention teams who have a rookie coach and lost their top three scorers from the previous season.
The big game of the weekend was Wisconsin’s 23-17 overtime win over Nebraska at Camp Randall Stadium, knocking the Cornhuskers from the ranks of the unbeaten and shaking up the race for the Big Ten West.
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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.
CFP contender most likely to lose:Tommy Valtin-Erwin: Amazingly, after talking all year about how absurdly good this Alabama team is, they have the best chance to lose this weekend.
Head coach Paul Chryst took a rather unorthodox approach to practice this week, bringing in UW’s top scientists to help prepare the Badgers to enter the mystical realm of Evanston, Ill.
Coming off of a 10-3 season that featured two wins against ranked opponents, a second-place finish in the Big Ten West and a top-25 post-season ranking, 2016 looked to be a promising year for a Northwestern football program looking to stake its place as a consistent conference contender.
After an exciting weekend of college football around the nation, this upcoming weekend looks to be much less interesting.
Last season, the Wisconsin offensive line struggled to perform at a high level, a departure from the Badgers’ usual dominance in the trenches.
Thanks to a standout performance by Dare Ogunbowale, the Badgers took down Nebraska 23-17 in overtime at Camp Randall last Saturday.
The Wisconsin Badgers (11-2 Big Ten, 19-3 overall) came away from Columbus, Ohio, with another win over a ranked opponent, No. 22 Ohio State (5-8, 15-10), despite being without star freshman Molly Haggerty, who was out with a leg injury.Wisconsin got behind early in the first set, losing 12-8, but went on a late five-point run to earn a 19-16 lead.
One of the biggest perks for the No. 17/No. 13 Wisconsin Badgers this season is the top talent they face every time they get in the pool to compete.
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.
After spending nearly a month playing exclusively on the road, top-ranked Wisconsin (7-0-1 WCHA, 9-0-1 overall) is set to return to LaBahn Arena for a weekend series against Bemidji State (2-5-1, 4-5-1).“It will be nice to be back at home,” head coach Mark Johnson said at a press conference Monday.
After shaking up his top line because of defensive lapses, head coach Tony Granato put Grant Besse, Luke Kunin and Cameron Hughes back together for last weekend’s road trip.
Newly-minted with a No. 20 ranking to conclude the regular season, the Badgers have earned the No. 3-overall seed in the upcoming Big Ten Tournament.The high seeding is a culmination of Wisconsin’s uptick in performance, in sharp contrast to last year’s No. 7 seed.
With Corey Clement struggling, Bradrick Shaw has shown flashes of future potential for the Badgers this season.
Ann-Renée Desbiens recorded her 50th career shutout, an NCAA record, as the Badgers dusted Minnesota-Duluth 8-0 Sunday.
Wisconsin fought back to preserve a tie against Omaha.