Wisconsin aims to manage its opening game energy this Friday night. While Utah State hopes to pull off a major upset.
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The Daily Cardinal sports staff weighs in on Wisconsin's Week 1 matchup against Utah State:1.
For the first time since 2013, the Wisconsin football team will open up its season at Camp Randall, as they’ll host the Utah State Aggies at 8 p.m.
After hours of waiting and technical difficulties, UW-Madison announced Monday that undergraduate student football tickets have sold out for the 25th consecutive season.
Growing up in Wisconsin Rapids, Vince Biegel was just like any other Green Bay Packers fan, with his number four Brett Favre jersey on his shoulders and a cheesehead to top off his Sunday best. He cheered his heart out for the green and gold with visions of someday turning that four on his back into a 45 with the word BIEGEL spelled out across the top.
Only three players on the Wisconsin Badgers’ 2016 roster heard their names called in the 2017 NFL Draft, but eight of them now have NFL contracts and are working with various pro teams to prepare for the preseason.As expected, outside linebacker T.J.
A former UW-Madison running back and first-round NFL draft pick has been sentenced to five years in California prison after pleading no contest to multiple felonies including identity theft and burglary.
Men's Basketball: Hayes delivers dagger into Nova's repeat bidWith 20.3 seconds remaining and the No. 8 seed Badgers tied 62-62 against the No. 1 overall seed Villanova Wildcats, Wisconsin head coach Greg Gard called a timeout, looking to draw up the most important set piece of the Badgers’ season.
Midway through the first half of the Badgers’ November matchup with Chicago State, D’Mitrik Trice buried a three and pounded his chest in celebration.
The Wisconsin Badgers have their starting quarterback firmly entrenched this spring—a luxury that’s been difficult to come by in recent years.
Youth and defense were on display as the Wisconsin football team wrapped up spring practice with its annual Cardinal-White game Friday night at Camp Randall Stadium.The White (defense) defeated the Cardinal (offense) 20-17.“I thought it was a really good spring for this team,” head coach Paul Chryst said.
In Derrick Tindal’s freshman year at Madison, 1,500 miles away from his Fort Lauderdale home, the defensive back played in 12 games and made two starts, one at safety and one at nickelback, and accumulated 10 tackles.
With March Madness now over and the weather starting to warm, Wisconsin fans’ attention can, at least for the time being, switch back over to the football team.The Badgers are nearly two-thirds of the way through their spring practice schedule, which means that the spring game is on the horizon.
Changing the playbook: Coaches must bear burden of sexual assault prevention education, advocates say
The Minnesota football case was a microcosm of many of the issues surrounding athletics and sexual violence. Most profoundly evident in both the disturbing reports of the incident and in the boycott itself was the potential danger of that close-knit, familial bond among teammates. Jessica Luther, author of “Unsportsmanlike Conduct: College Football and the Politics of Rape,” says that when that team mentality goes unsupervised, it can have horrifying consequences.
The Wisconsin football program announced the hiring of Bob Bostad as the inside linebacker coach Friday, a position opened when Justin Wilcox left to coach at California.Bostad will become the third inside linebacker coach in as many years for the Badgers, with former coordinators Wilcox and Dave Aranda filling the position for the past two seasons.
A former Wisconsin Badger added another Super Bowl ring to his trophy case on Sunday as New England Patriots’ running back James White put together a record-setting performance to help his team pull off the greatest comeback in NFL postseason history.White played four years in Madison from 2010-'13, earning Big Ten Freshman of the Year honors for his 1,000-yard, 14-touchdown 2010 season.
In an interview with Chris Hall, Senior Director of Operations and Recruiting Andrew Marlatt stressed that the 2017 recruiting class had to be smart, tough and dependable.
For the Wisconsin football team, the winter break was bittersweet. There was plenty of good to finish the season, but also several key departures, which could become issues in future years.To begin with the good, Wisconsin began the New Year by winning its first BCS/New Year’s Six bowl game since Jan.
The No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers beat the No. 15 Western Michigan Broncos in the Cotton Bowl by playing their style of football: a slow, efficient offense complimenting a punishing and consistent defense.Paul Chryst’s team is not one that will have a lot of opportunities to blow opponents out, but they grind and wear down all challengers for four quarters, pulling ahead and staying ahead as they did in their 24-16 victory Saturday in Dallas.It started, as it has all season, with senior running back Corey Clement and the rushing attack.
In Wisconsin’s first game of the season at Lambeau Field, Troy Fumagalli was the key offensive player, totaling 100 yards on seven catches.