I call it the Lloyd Carr effect.
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Last Monday, Madison Area Technical College President Bettsey Barhorst asked for structural reforms similar to what UW-Madison and Chancellor Biddy Martin have been working toward the past few months.
In just over two months, the eleven schools in the Big Ten will welcome a new member to the family. Carrying its heavy football tradition and strong academic standing, the University of Nebraska enters the conference apprehensive, but eager for a new challenge.
Things change quickly—in life, and in football.
Charlie Mohr and Stu Bartell were good friends.
Three weeks after Lisa Stone was let go from her position as Wisconsin women's basketball head coach, Barry Alvarez and the UW Athletic Department announced they have hired Stanford assistant coach Bobbie Kelsey as the program's new leader.
In just four days, the new Union South will open on campus and students will, for the first time, have a second functional, attractive union. But as one project closes, another opens for the Union. Plans have been in the works for years now for renovations to Memorial Union.
The Wisconsin men's and women's tennis teams will be taking on the state of Indiana this weekend when they face Purdue and Indiana.
Two weeks out from the 2011 Spring Game, and it's already time to start looking ahead—two years ahead, as the Big Ten Conference Wednesday released the 2013 and 2014 football schedules.
Wisconsin Athletic Director Barry Alvarez announced Thursday the university sold the naming rights for Camp Randall Stadium to Yum! Brands, Inc. and the company's KFC/ Taco Bell subsidiary.
Senior guard Alyssa Karel has carried the Wisconsin women's basketball team on her back for the better part of the past two seasons. With just over three minutes remaining in Sunday's WNIT second round match against Illinois State and UW down by nine, Karel again took it upon herself to lead her Badger squad.
Just one year removed from being honored as Big Ten coach of the year, Wisconsin women's basketball head coach Lisa Stone was fired Monday.
Coming into Thursday's first-round match at the Big Ten Tournament, Illinois averaged just 40 percent shooting from the field this season—10th in the Big Ten. That stat didn't bother the Illini too much, though.
For the first 26 and a half minutes Wednesday night, the Wisconsin women's basketball team held firm to a lead against visiting Indiana. With 13:22 left in the second half, however, the Hoosiers pulled ahead for the first time in the contest.
For the team, Wednesday evening's game against Indiana is a pivotal match that very well could decide whether Wisconsin goes dancing again in March, or stays home.
After winning its previous two contests by a combined 47 points, the Wisconsin women's basketball team hit a wall Wednesday night.
The Wisconsin women's basketball team is riding high.
For a team that sits pretty comfortably near the basement of the conference when it comes to rebounding, the Wisconsin women's basketball team (8-3 Big Ten, 13-10 overall) bounced back just fine Sunday against Indiana (2-9 Big Ten, 8-15 overall) after suffering an overtime loss Thursday to Michigan State.