On Friday morning, UW-Madison announced Chancellor Rebecca Blank’s appointment to a four-year term on the NCAA Board of Governors as a representative of the Big Ten athletic conference.
Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of The Daily Cardinal' archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
1000 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
The announcement of the return of Big Ten football last Wednesday has players and fans all across the country excited to see their teams back in action. But with the other conferences starting play weeks before the Big Ten, the College Football Playoff outlook is now changing for the other Power Five conferences.
I see you. I see you celebrating the triumphant return of Badger football, reposting BadgerBarstool’s instagram post on your story to show all 700 of your followers how much this means to you. You see the headline, “The Big Ten is BACK!” and can’t help but rejoice and crack a warm Hamm’s during your online lecture.
When the Big Ten announced a postponement of fall sports on Aug. 11, it was hard to muster any kind of optimism for the prospects of a 2020 football season. But, seemingly against all odds, the conference announced today that a season will be played after all, with kickoff taking place on October 23 and 24.
After a seemingly unceasing offseason, the NFL regular season is finally upon us. It’s an exciting time to be a football fan, as every team boasts at least a few dynamic players and almost every squad has some semblance of playoff hope. The 2020 NFL season will see established veterans attempting to cement their legacy, and a hungry and talented class of rookies looking to burst onto the scene. Among these players are many former Badgers in varying situations, looking to make or uphold their names in an increasingly balanced, competitive league.
Oh hey you — yes you, the hardcore Wisconsin sports fan — I’d like to ruin your day.
Wisconsin has been recruiting at unprecedented levels as of late, but even the most optimistic of fans couldn’t have imagined a coup like this.
President Donald Trump tweeted Wednesday morning that he had a “productive meeting” with Big Ten Commissioner Kevin Warren discussing plans for a 2020 Big Ten football season this fall. Trump added that a potential plan is “on the one yard line,” though there is no indication from the Big Ten that an official plan will be announced soon.
The Milwaukee Bucks chose not to take the court today for their scheduled playoff game against the Orlando Magic in order to bring more attention to the shooting of Jacob Blake, an unarmed Black man, by an officer of the Kenosha Police Department. The Milwaukee Brewers held a meeting later the same day and decided not to play against the Cincinnati Reds for the same reason.
For the first time since 1888, Wisconsin will not play a college football season.
The Big Ten schedule reveal could not have gone better for the Wisconsin Badgers.
University of Wisconsin-Madison students will have to jump around from the comfort of their own living rooms this fall.
This morning, the Big Ten released a ten game, conference-only schedule for the upcoming college football season. Shortly after, a post on The Players Tribune titled “#BigTenUnited” attributed to “Players of the Big Ten” was published with a proposal with some extra requirements meant to protect the well-being of athletes.
On July 9th, Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren announced that all Big Ten schools will play a conference-only football schedule in 2020. Many have speculated this is the first step to cancelling the upcoming season, but we’ll remain optimistic and assume the Badgers play their full conference slate for the purpose of this article.
Alright. Before this gets not fun, let’s take a minute to remember some great moments we’ve had in Badger sports over the last year or so.
It was announced Thursday that Badger lineman Cole Van Lanen was named a part of the Walter Camp preseason All-American First Team. He joins Iowa's Keith Duncan and Ohio State's Wyatt Davis as the only Big Ten players on the first-team offense.
They’ve done it again.
The 2020 NFL Draft came and passed this weekend — albeit under undeniably bizarre circumstances. The coronavirus pandemic forced the draft to be conducted virtually, which meant commissioner Roger Goodell was announcing selections in casual sweaters, in his basement, rather than in a suit on a stage.
It’s been a whirlwind month for everybody.
Amid growing fears of the COVID-19 virus, UW-Madison announced Thursday it would not host the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association’s Boys State Basketball Tournament at the Kohl Center later in March.