It was another topsy-turvy week for Big Ten football, with both highs and lows for some of the conference’s top teams.
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WisconsinStuff ScottFor years, Wisconsin football has used a philosophy reminiscent of teams like the current Minnesota Vikings or the 1985 Chicago Bears—ground-and-pound offense and physical, tough defense.
Statements were made on Saturday, and there was plenty of movement in the college football world on Sunday.
Midway through the first quarter against Akron, redshirt senior tight end Eric Steffes lined up on a third and sixth as one of the two players at the end of the Wisconsin line of scrimmage.
The Badgers will open Big Ten play this week against a foe that follows them from the basketball court to the gridiron, Mark Dantonio’s No. 12- ranked Michigan State Spartans.
Students residing in houses on Breese Terrace united together and decided not to host any pregame parties in a protest against the dangers of playing football.
In senior tailback Corey Clement’s absence, the Badgers offense struggled against a stingy Georgia State defense, needing someone to provide the Badgers with some firepower in order to avoid disaster.That firepower came from the left hand of redshirt freshman quarterback Alex Hornibrook.“I thought we just needed a little bit of a spark, and I liked how both of them had been working and preparing,” Wisconsin’s head coach Paul Chryst said.
Redshirt senior tight end Eric Steffes admits that, even as a college football player, hockey is probably still his favorite sport.
The Spartans defense looks to stifle the Badgers’ running game.
Tailgates are a staple of game day, but not anymore on Breese Terrace.
Alex Hornibrook hopes to lead Wisconsin past Michigan Saturday in only his second career start.
In 2012 long snapper Connor Udelhoven walked into the Badgers locker room as an anonymous walk-on looking to impact the Wisconsin football team.
Connor Udelhoven has touched the ball just once in his career, a fumble recovery pictured above.
Coming off a stunning come-from-behind win against then-No. 2 Texas, the No. 3 Badgers (8-1) will look to continue their momentum as they open up Big Ten play.
Few teams have been able to make this Wisconsin Badgers’ defense (3-0) look vulnerable in the last few seasons, but the Georgia State Panthers found a way to do it last week, at least for a few quarters. Their quick passing attack, combined with double moves and deep shots on the outside, stretched the defense horizontally and vertically.
I’m just going to come out and say it: Football fans in Wisconsin have been spoiled by great quarterbacks. Going from arguably a top-five all-time QB, Brett Favre, to arguably a top-two in the game right now, Aaron Rodgers, is absurd, and many Packers fans seem to think that’s just the way football is.
Bronson Koenig is mostly known for basketball on campus, but his Ho-Chunk heritage plays no small part in his life.
Alex Hornibrook might be the starting quarterback this week, but that doesn't make him Aaron Rodgers.
Junior Eddie Wajda stepped into the first tee box at the Indiana Intercollegiate Invitational last April hoping to play three high-quality rounds of golf.
Mark Johnson and Carl Spackler, Bill Murray’s character in “Caddyshack,” have something unusual in common: Gophers are their kryptonite.