Week four of college football did not disappoint as many of the top teams in the nation got their first taste of conference action and, with it, their first true tests of the season.
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Northwestern and No. 9 Wisconsin meet in Camp Randall for the 99th time on Saturday. Here are three keys to victory for both squads ahead of this weekends’ matchup.Northwestern#1 Win in the TrenchesIf the Wildcats want to have any chance to win this ball game, they’re gonna have to start by winning in the trenches.
1. Baker Mayfield | Sr.| |QB| Oklahoma | Mayfield’s Stock: NeutralBaker Mayfield showed again last week just why he is considered the front-runner for the Heisman Trophy by leading Oklahoma in a shootout to victory over Baylor.
In honor of 100 years of football at Camp Randall Stadium, The Daily Cardinal looks back at the top five football moments at The Camp.5) October 1st, 2011 vs Nebraska- One of the most hyped games in Wisconsin history would prove to be a memorable day for Badger fans, and a forgettable one for Cornhusker fans.
Northwestern’s non-conference season was chock full of inconsistencies. In a 41-17 loss to Duke, senior running back Justin Jackson averaged only 2.6 yards-per-carry, finishing the game with only 18 yards on the ground.
Who would have ever thought that the President of the United States and the National Football League would be butting heads.
The Wisconsin Badgers (0-0 Big Ten, 3-0 Overall) haven’t allowed a single point in the second half of any game this season.
Game days generally unify the state of Wisconsin behind the Green Bay Packers. But this past Sunday, football divided state legislators along party lines.
To the untrained eye, there is a considerable lacuna between Wisconsin football’s on-field success and its recruiting achievements.
Questions1) What has been the biggest surprise for the Badgers this season?2) What is the area in which the Badgers need to improve the most?3) What is your bold prediction for the rest of the season?Jake1) After arriving to spring camp at the bottom of the Badgers’ depth chart, running back Jonathan Taylor has seemingly been vaulted into the feature back role for Paul Chryst’s team.
Last week against FAU, Alex Hornibrook watched Jonathan Taylor enter the Wisconsin record books with 223 yards as a true freshman running back.Evidently, the redshirt sophomore quarterback wanted his own name etched in stone by the No. 10 Wisconsin Badgers (3-0 Overall) as Saturday afternoon, BYU (1-3) ended up on the wrong side of an historic performance in a 40-6 contest.Hornibrook could seemingly do no wrong as he set a Wisconsin school record for completion percentage in a game at 94.7 percent in what was clearly the best game of his young career.He was actually accurate on 100 percent of his 19 pass attempts, completing 18 of them for 256 yards and four touchdowns, as his lone incompletion came when a pass was dropped by true freshman wide receiver Danny Davis in the first quarter to keep him short of statistical perfection.And while it was a nearly flawless performance from the young quarterback, he also had quite a bit of help to get him through it.
This past weekend, T.J. Watt recorded two sacks, seven tackles and an interception. In the same game, Joe Schobert recorded nine combined tackles before Jonathan Casillas had two solo tackles of his own later that night.Watt, Schobert and Casillas will always be Badgers, but make no mistake, these outside linebackers now play their football on Sundays, providing an example to No. 100 Wisconsin’s (2-0) current unit of what they can achieve in the future.“That was my roommate three years ago,” said fifth-year senior outside linebacker Leon Jacobs on his former teammate Watt.
In the Week 3 edition of the Cardinal Zone Football Podcast, sports editor Ben Pickman is joined by football beat writers Lorin Cox and Jake Nisse to preview No. 10 Wisconsin's upcoming matchup against BYU.
Head coach Kalani Sitake and the BYU Cougars’ football program isn’t having the start to the season that it was hoping for.
Take one look at the BYU (1-2) roster, and you’ll notice something slightly different than most other schools.
After the early 34-14 Wisconsin win against FAU last weekend, my plan was to rest up to prepare myself for the incredible slate of night games.
Paul Chryst doesn’t run an offense with exotic spread packages or flashy play calls to try and keep the opposing defense guessing.The Badgers’ offense doesn’t try to hide what they do.
With Hurricane Irma making landfall in Florida this past weekend, Florida Atlantic University’s football team has had an extended stay in Madison after losing to the Badgers this past Saturday.
Growing up as a kid in the D.C. area, Wisconsin football was a program in my periphery. Unlike a majority of current UW cohorts, Badger football wasn’t part of a weekly routine for me, nor was I constantly aware of their year-to-year roster and coaching changes.
Wisconsin (0-0 Big Ten, 2-0 overall) defeated Florida Atlantic (0-0, 0-2) in a comfortable 17-point victory on Saturday, but a couple of crucial mistakes allowed the Owls to stay in the game for longer than expected.Florida Atlantic head coach Lane Kiffin’s team trailed just 21-14 with 4:29 remaining in the first half, but the Badgers cleaned up their play after that point, closing the game on a 10-0 run.The first of Wisconsin’s major mistakes was a blown coverage in the first quarter which left Florida Atlantic junior wide receiver DeAndre McNeal wide open for a 63-yard score.According to senior cornerback Derrick Tindal, there was miscommunication between him and the other defensive backs—Tindal expected safety help over the top, and, accordingly, moved infield instead of following the Owls’ receiver, leaving him wide open on the sideline with nothing but the end zone in front of him.“I should’ve done a better job of relaying it to the corner [Nelson], and I didn’t, and it turned into a big play,” Tindal said.