Senior running back Corey Clement had potentially his best game of the season for the Badgers Saturday afternoon against Iowa, often leading a sometimes wavering Wisconsin offense up and down the field.
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P.J. Rosowski is one of the best ping-pong players on the team.
After a slow start this season, Clement has now put together two consecutive games in which he has rushed for more than 100 yards.
The Badgers, yet again, will have to overcome a season ending injury to linebacker Jack Cichy.
Ryan Ramczyk suffered a devastating injury at work prior to showing up for the Badgers' game.
The lights at Camp Randall will be fired back up for the second time in three weeks as the No. 7 Nebraska Cornhuskers (4-0 Big Ten, 7-0 overall) come to town to take on the No. 11 Wisconsin Badgers (2-2 Big Ten, 5-2 overall) in a matchup that could have championship implications.With the Badgers showing two marks in their loss column, they will need to win this game to keep the pressure on Nebraska, which travels to Ohio next week to take on the talented Buckeyes.
Wisconsin consistently finds "diamonds in the rough," as exemplified by turning T.J. Watt, who's national recruiting rank was 941, into a first round draft pick.
No. 1 Wisconsin (6-0-1 WCHA, 8-0-1 overall) defeated Minnesota State (0-6-1, 2-6-1) 3-0 Friday afternoon in Mankato, Minn.The Badgers jumped out to a 1-0 lead after a powerplay goal from senior defenseman Jenny Ryan in the first period.
In this week's episode, host Bobby Ehrlich is joined by football columnist Zach Rastall and basketball beat writer Ben Pickman to discuss the football game vs.
The No. 4 Wisconsin Badgers (8-2 Big Ten, 16-3 overall) return home for another tough weekend of Big Ten play featuring yet another powerhouse, taking on No. 10 Penn State (9-1, 17-4) and Rutgers (0-10, 4-19).The first match of the weekend will be against the Nittany Lions on Friday, the Badgers fifth top 10 matchup of the season.
Thursday thoughts: Despite public reaction, Hayes' outspoken disposition a stellar example for American children
No, Nigel Hayes does not need to just “shut up and play basketball.” And, no, he doesn’t need to “stick to sports,” either.
Nearing the end of a six-game road stretch, top-ranked Wisconsin (5-0-1 WCHA, 7-0-1 overall) heads to Mankato, Minn., to take on Minnesota State (0-5-1, 2-5-1) this weekend.The Badgers are coming off of a sweep at then-No. 9 North Dakota.
After back-to-back Final Four appearances, the Badgers struggled mightily to start the 2015-’16 season thanks to the departures of Frank Kaminsky, Sam Dekker and Josh Gasser.
After beating the U.S. National Team Development Program Under-18 team in an exhibition game last Friday, the Badgers head out east to face Clarkson (3-2-1) and St.
Resilience paid dividends for the Wisconsin women’s soccer team (5-2-4 Big Ten, 8-4-7 overall) . On a cold fan appreciation night, the Badgers beat Rutgers (4-2-5, 9-3-6) 2-1 and secured the No. 5 seed heading into the Big 10 Tournament.The Badgers extended their unbeaten streak to seven matches with this victory at the McClimon Complex, remaining unbeaten against Rutgers and snapping the Scarlet Knights’ six-game winning streak.Corner kicks were frequent in the game; the Badgers took 12 corners, but failed to capitalize early in the game when they advanced into Rutgers’ attacking third.
Sharing was caring for the newly ranked No. 24 Badgers (3-2-2 Big Ten, 9-3-3 overall) as the offense’s heady passing blitzed the Western Illinois Leathernecks (2-2-0 Summit League, 6-8-1 overall) for three goals, giving Wisconsin a 3-1 win Tuesday night at a rain-drenched McClimon.
It’s been a long season for the Wisconsin Badgers’ women’s soccer team (4-2-4 Big Ten, 7-4-7 overall) filled with ups and downs, wins, losses, ties and overtime matches—eight, to be exact.
There is nothing quite like a Wisconsin-Iowa game to make you second-guess your love for football.I must admit that I didn’t get to watch almost any of the game live, as I was taking in The Daily Cardinal’s 56-35 pummeling of the Badger Herald in our at annual flag football game at Vilas Park.
For a typical student-athlete, the transition to the collegiate level can be a long and tiresome process.
The Wisconsin Badgers (3-2-5 Big Ten, 6-2-10 overall) traveled to Champaign, Ill., Saturday to take on Illinois (4-4-2, 7-7-5) in a hard-fought road match that ended in a double-overtime, scoreless tie.The draw extended the Badgers' unbeaten streak to six games.This defensive battle with twenty extra minutes was the eighth overtime game the Badgers have played this season, and it did not disappoint head coach Paula Wilkins.