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.
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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.
The No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers (3-2 Big Ten, 6-2 overall) are through the most treacherous section of their regular season, and the team fared far better than many would have expected coming into the fall.
Coming into the season, Jack Cichy was scheduled to be just another rotation player, backing up last year’s returning starters at inside linebacker, sophomore Chris Orr and redshirt sophomore T.J. Edwards.
The lights at Camp Randall will be fired back up for the second time in three weeks as the No. 7 Nebraska Cornhuskers (4-0 Big Ten, 7-0 overall) come to town to take on the No. 11 Wisconsin Badgers (2-2 Big Ten, 5-2 overall) in a matchup that could have championship implications.
The lights will be bright as the No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers (1-1 Big Ten, 4-1 overall) take on the undefeated No. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes (2-0, 5-0) at Camp Randall Stadium for the first time since 2012 this Saturday at 7 p.m.
The No. 11 Wisconsin Badgers (1-0 Big Ten, 4-0 overall) continued to roll on Saturday, upsetting the No. 8 Michigan State Spartans (0-1, 2-1) in East Lansing, Mich., 30-6.
In senior tailback Corey Clement’s absence, the Badgers offense struggled against a stingy Georgia State defense, needing someone to provide the Badgers with some firepower in order to avoid disaster.
Throughout the long, hot summer months, a quarterback battle unfolded inside the historic walls of Camp Randall Stadium. There was little one could do to escape the talk of who to start between Alex Hornibrook and Bart Houston, and after Hornibrook’s performance on Saturday, it appears the conversation may now be more mottled than ever.
Coming off a convincing win versus the Akron Zips, the No. 9 Wisconsin Badgers (2-0) wrap up their non-conference schedule this weekend with a contest against the Georgia State Panthers (0-2).
Saturday was a day full of impressive individual efforts leading to overall team dominance, as the Wisconsin Badgers defeated the Akron Zips 54-10. When trying to pick a MVP from a game like the Badgers’ victory over Akron, one can more or less just choose a name at the top of any positional breakdown and one wouldn’t necessarily be wrong. Corey Clement’s first 100-yard-plus performance in a long while, Bart Houston’s 92.5 quarterback rating, nearly the entire defense—all would be legitimate selections as the most valuable performance in the Badgers’ win.
The running back position is arguably the most prestigious position at the University of Wisconsin, and this year’s group looks as promising as ever. The Badgers are currently sitting three-deep at both halfback and fullback, yet the talent extends even further down the depth chart.
After a monumental opening weekend win at Lambeau Field, the Wisconsin Badgers (1-0) return home this weekend to take on the Akron Zips (1-0).
It was early evening in Green Bay, Wis. and it had turned into a cool late summer night, but inside a packed Lambeau Field things were beginning to heat up.
The time has come. The highly anticipated matchup between the unranked Wisconsin Badgers and the No. 5 LSU Tigers is a day away and the gloom of the football off-season is clearing at last. The hallowed grounds of Lambeau Field, will be the setting for the first game of the year and the start of the 2016 season. The game kicks off at 2:30 p.m. central time and will be broadcasted on ABC, ESPN3 and the WatchESPN app.
After an uncharacteristically subpar year for the Wisconsin offensive line, the Badgers have been dealt a new blow after hearing redshirt junior Dan Voltz is retiring from football. The news came at fall camp on Tuesday and was first reported by Mike Lucas of UWBadgers.com.
The Bo Ryan sex scandal appears to be just beginning after a notice of claim was filed with the Attorney General on behalf of Robin Van Ert, a massage therapist who Ryan admitted to having extramarital affairs with after his abrupt resignation from the Wisconsin Basketball program last December.
The question marks surrounding the receiver position are nothing new at Wisconsin, but George Rushing’s Spring Game performance showed fans, players and maybe even the coaching staff that the Cardinal receivers can be a productive and deep group in the 2016 season.
Last season was somewhat of a tumultuous one in the Wisconsin backfield following the departure of Heisman finalist Melvin Gordon, as Corey Clement was poised to take the reigns of the perennial powerhouse that is the Wisconsin running game.
DURHAM, N.H. — “We will get them next year,” is a phrase much too familiar to the No. 2 Wisconsin women’s hockey team (24-3-1 WCHA, 35-4-1 overall) after a hard-fought 3-2 overtime loss to No. 3 Minnesota (24-3-1 WCHA, 34-4-1 overall) in the semifinals of the NCAA Frozen Four at Whittemore Center in Durham, N.H. For Minnesota, it marks the fifth-consecutive trip to the Frozen Four Championship, while for the Badgers, it’s the third consecutive semifinal loss to the rival Gophers and the end of their historic season.