The Wisconsin Badgers (10-14-0, 3-11-0 Big Ten) almost cracked the nut in their second go around versus No. 7 Ohio State (16-9-1, 9-7-0), handing the Buckeyes a series-split at home.
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The Wisconsin Badgers (9-13-0, 2-10-0 Big Ten) stood toe to toe with the No. 20 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (10-10-2, 5-6-1), earning a hard-fought series split and coming just short of an unfathomable comeback.
The Wisconsin Badgers took a quick trip down Interstate 94 to Fiserv Forum in downtown Milwaukee, where they competed in the second annual Kwik Trip Holiday Face-Off.
Luke Fickell and Deion Sanders recently shook the college football landscape after being named the newest head coaches for the Wisconsin Badgers and Colorado Buffaloes, respectively. Though neither coach possessed any prior connection to the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a union between Sanders and the Badgers was once envisaged.
For every step Wisconsin (7-11-0, 1-9-0 Big Ten) has taken forward this season, it seems they’ve taken two steps back. The weekend series against No. 3 Minnesota (15-5-0 10-2-0) was no exception, with the Golden Gophers dismantling the Badgers one week after UW’s promising series-split against Michigan.
With favorable matchups against struggling non-conference opponents in the rearview mirror, the Wisconsin Badgers (7-9-0, 1-7-0 Big Ten) welcomed a far more formidable challenger in the No. 5 Michigan Wolverines (11-6-1, 3-5-0). UW rose to the challenge, securing a hard-fought series split at home.
Consecutive series against recent Division 1 newcomers Long Island University and Lindenwood were must-win games for the Wisconsin Badgers (6-8-0, 0-6-0 Big Ten). Though it wasn’t always pretty, UW took care of business, sweeping the Lions (4-10-0 Independent) at home.
With critics circling in on UW coach Tony Granato and the struggling Badgers, Wisconsin (4-8-0, 0-6-0 Big Ten) squeaked out consecutive wins over Long Island University (1-8-1 Independent) at home.
From the songs of the 60s and 70s to hip-hop, pop, jazz and punk, the use of cannabis has its footprints across the world of music. Yet weed also holds a strong presence in film and even gaming. Our Arts staff assembled this diverse list of our favorite music, movies and more that come to mind when we think about the intersection of art and cannabis.
Wisconsin coach Tony Granato’s hot seat has reached a cardinal red shade after the Badgers (2-8-0, 0-6-0 Big Ten) were swept by the Michigan State Spartans (6-3-1, 2-1-1) on the road.
On the heels of a potentially season-altering sweep of No. 10 Minnesota Duluth, the Wisconsin Badgers (2-6-0, 0-4-0 Big Ten) returned home looking to build upon their newfound success. The No. 16 Penn State Nittany Lions (8-0-0, 2-0-0) had other plans, sweeping the weekend-series in dominant fashion.
Though only four games into the season, the pressure was mounting this weekend for the Wisconsin Badgers (2-4-0, 0-2-0) to put together a complete game and secure their elusive first win. They accomplished this and more in a much-needed series sweep of No. 10 Minnesota Duluth (2-4-0, 0-0-0 NCHC) at Amsoil Arena.
The warning sirens are blaring in Madison after Wisconsin (0-4-0, 0-2-0 Big Ten) sustained a series loss to No. 10 St. Cloud State (4-0-0, 0-0-0), thus beginning their season 0-4 for just the third time in 60 years.
Wisconsin (0-2-0, 0-2-0 Big Ten) traveled to Columbus with hopes of taking down No. 14 Ohio State (4-0-0, 2-0-0) and beginning their young season in the win column. By Saturday afternoon, they were boarding the buses back to Madison with heavy hearts.
UW-Madison student-athletes are now able to see their blood, sweat and tears on the field translate into cold, hard cash in their pockets.
Looking to increase their draft stock, four departing Badger football players recently traveled to Lucas Oil Stadium for the NFL Combine. With their talents on full display in front of team scouts and owners, these select Badgers represented Wisconsin proudly — here’s a brief look at how they performed.
As per usual, Wisconsin’s football organization is budding with NFL caliber talent, and with the Super Bowl comeback of Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs now a distant memory, the NFL Draft is on everyone’s mind. Hoping to replicate the NFL success of past Badgers such as Russel Wilson or JJ Watt, many of Wiscosin’s best players will soon become professionals. Let’s take a look at where these Wisconsin Badgers may land in the NFL draft.