It’s been a while since the Badgers have faced off against their old Michigan rivals. One week after playing Michigan State for the first time since the thrilling 2012 Big Ten Championship game, Wisconsin will battle the Michigan Wolverines for the first time since 2010.
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Against Michigan State last week, it wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that Wisconsin’s defensive secondary dictated the game.
Opening conference play with a 2-0 record for the first time since 2013, No. 3 Wisconsin (2-0 Big Ten, 10-1 overall) hopes to remain in the upper echelon of a loaded Big Ten hierarchy with road matchups against No. 14 Purdue (1-1, 11-2) and Indiana (1-1, 12-3) this weekend.In a year in which expectations for the volleyball team already appeared extraordinarily great, Wisconsin has gone on to set a seemingly impossible high standard for itself to start 2016.
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The Wisconsin Badgers (1-2-1 Big Ten, 4-4-4 overall) went on their first conference road trip of the season this past weekend, defeating Purdue (1-2-0, 3-6-0) and falling to Indiana (2-2-0, 5-6-1).Saturday, the Badgers traveled to West Lafayette, Ind., to take on the Boilermakers, who scored one goal in the first half of the game.
The Badgers (4-2-1 overall, 2-1-0 conference) defeated Saint Louis (1-4-3 overall, 0-0-0 conference) Tuesday night 2-0 for the team’s third win in four games.Junior forward Christopher Mueller scored an impressive, dipping free kick—his third strike of the season—just after the 11th minute.
FootballThe Badgers thrust themselves into the national spotlight (again) with an eye-opening win at Michigan State, shocking the Spartan faithful as well as many experts across the nation.
After an impressive win against Ohio State Friday night, No. 3 Wisconsin (2-0 Big Ten, 9-1 overall) continued its remarkable run of dominance Saturday, trampling the Maryland Terrapins (0-2, 8-6) in three sets—25-12, 25-18, 25-21—to improve to 2-0 in the first weekend of Big Ten play.Despite playing the part of the underdog, Maryland took the floor with great energy and a distinct air of confidence.
The Alex Hornibrook era for the Wisconsin Badgers could not have gotten off to a better start Saturday as the redshirt freshman quarterback was everything fans could have asked for and more.
No. 1 Wisconsin (2-0 WCHA, 2-0 overall) wasted little time in setting the tone for what it hopes to be a championship season, sweeping St.
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The No. 11 Wisconsin Badgers (1-0 Big Ten, 4-0 overall) continued to roll on Saturday, upsetting the No. 8 Michigan State Spartans (0-1, 2-1) in East Lansing, Mich., 30-6.
No. 3 Wisconsin (9-1) extended its conference winning streak to 13 consecutive matches with a resounding three-set victory (25-16, 25-19, 25-17) over No. 17 Ohio State (10-2) in the 2016 Big Ten Opener at the UW Field House.In the first set, the Badgers took advantage of sloppy execution on the part of their opponents, as Ohio State fell victim to nine violations that instantly put them at a disadvantage.
Any doubts about the No. 11 Wisconsin Badgers (1-0 Big Ten, 4-0 overall) after last week’s close win over the Georgia State Panthers are now gone as they upset the No. 8 Michigan State Spartans (0-1, 2-1) in a 30-6 win in East Lansing to remain undefeated.No one knew quite what we would see from redshirt freshman quarterback Alex Hornibrook in his first career start, but he blew any expectations out of the water, finishing 16-of-26 for 195 yards, a touchdown and an interception in one of the better performances by a Wisconsin passer in recent years.He dropped dimes up and down the field on the Spartans’ defense, his only interception coming on the last throw of the first half on a failed Hail Mary attempt.
After beginning the Big Ten season with two wins, Wisconsin (3-2-1 overall, 2-1-0 conference) dropped its first conference match of the season Friday night, as they were defeated 2-1 by Penn State (4-3-1 overall, 2-1-0 conference) in a double overtime battle.The first half in University Park was the type that fans get bored by, but that coaches can live with.
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