In light of a high-profile sex trafficking trial in Milwaukee, three state legislators from Wisconsin’s largest city released a statement Tuesday pledging legislative action to combat future human trafficking.
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With a top-heavy schedule and a Heisman hopeful among their ranks, the Badgers are in prime position to be a part of NCAA football’s first year of post-BCS playoffs.
Column: Potential player strike the wrong reaction to Clippers' owner Donald Sterling's alleged racist remarks
This week, the Los Angeles Clippers find themselves in a bind. Even playoff basketball, this time, may not be enough to distract the 13 players on the Clippers’ playoff roster and their coaching staff from the harsh face of reality.
Turning-point game: Florida
1) Big nonconference wins
The closer, for all intents and purposes, is a lot like a kicker in football. Come in at the last minute and, under immense pressure, either go out in a blaze of glory or fade into defeat.
Just six days after signing 30 new players, second-year head coach Gary Andersen confirmed that he took an interview for the Cleveland Browns’ head coaching job, though he later decided not to pursue the position.
It doesn’t get much better than this past weekend if you’re a Badger fan.
Sport, at its best, gives us a glimpse into the world as it could be. Pure. Beautiful. At its worst, and all too often, it reflects back at us the world as it is.
Frank Kaminsky, Men’s Basketball
Women’s Hockey vs. Minnesota, Feb. 14-15
It’s been a couple days since the dust from the Capital One Bowl settled, and it’s never too early for a little reflection.
For the tenth consecutive season, No. 19 Wisconsin is heading to the postseason.
Melvin Gordon and James White, the engines powering UW football
Redshirt senior Chris Borland was already named Big Ten Butkus-Fitzgerald Linebacker of the Year, the award coming on the heels of one of the best defensive careers in Badger history.
The No. 13 Wisconsin women’s volleyball team (12-8 Big Ten, 23-9 overall) is going to the big dance for the first time in six years, hosting first- and second-round matches Friday and Saturday night at the UW Field House.
It wasn't the battle the Badgers were expecting, but it was a battle they got.
Winter is coming fast in Wisconsin, as is the end of college football's regular season.
The Badgers, not surprisingly, looked good Saturday.