Safeties Leo Musso and D'Cota Dixon embrace after their defeat to the Nittany Lions in the Big Ten Championship Game sets in.
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INDIANAPOLIS — The Wisconsin Badgers’ wild season came to a screeching halt in Indianapolis, as UW (7-3 Big Ten, 10-3 overall) fell to the Penn State Nittany Lions (9-1, 11-2) in the Big Ten Championship Game at Lucas Oil Stadium.The Badgers took a seemingly comfortable 28-7 lead in the first quarter, but Penn State’s infamous second-half turn-around was in full swing as they fought back to take lead and the conference crown.Wisconsin was able to play its style of football for most of the game, heavily relying on the ground game to control the clock and put points on the board, slowly but surely.
Entering this season, the Wisconsin Badgers’ secondary was the biggest question mark defensively as they had to replace three starters on the back end with questionable depth.
Corey Clement led the Eagles in Super Bowl LII with 100 receiving yards and a touchdown.
Quintez Cephus had several impressive runs on jet sweeps to help the Badgers win the Cotton Bowl.
Though they ultimately fell to Penn State in the Big Ten Championship, the Badgers had a truly remarkable season.
Senior defenders Vince Biegel (left) and Leo Musso (right) were catalysts in the Badgers' 31-17 win over Minnesota Saturday.
The final game of the season has come, and the No. 5 Wisconsin Badgers (6-2 Big Ten, 9-2 overall) are just one win away from a Big Ten Championship appearance, sitting only two places out of the College Football Playoff.Enthusiasm shouldn’t be hard to come by for the Badgers, as Wisconsin takes on the Minnesota Gophers (5-3 Big Ten, 8-3 overall) in the annual Border Battle for Paul Bunyan’s Axe.
Before the season started, it seemed clear that Wisconsin’s linebacker corps would be the strength, not just of the defense, but of the entire team.
The Badgers lost a heartbreaker in Indianapolis, but will still play in a New Year's Six Bowl.
Linebacker Garret Dooley will play a big role in Wisconsin's run defense against Florida Atlantic as UW seeks its second win.
While the Badger defense dominated early in the frigid wind, holding the Purdue Boilermakers to just three points in the first quarter, the offense started up like an old jalopy on a cold winter’s morning.
Senior Wisconsin cornerback Sojourn Shelton plays a lot of FIFA, and no one is happier about that than senior safety Leo Musso.
Wisconsin cruised to a 45-point victory over Illinois.
After a successful career at UW, undrafted free agent Dare Ogunbowale hopes to have a similar impact on the Houston Texans next season.
For the first five and a half minutes of the game, the Illinois Fighting Illini (2-5 Big Ten, 3-7 overall) were right in it against the No. 7 Wisconsin Badgers (5-2, 8-2). Then UW scored touchdowns on four-straight drives and cruised to a 48-3 win on homecoming night.The game was more-or-less decided by halftime as Wisconsin went to the locker room with a 31-3 lead.
Host Bobby Ehrlich talks with football beat writer Lorin Cox about what to expect this weekend as the Badgers take on Illinois.