PASADENA, Calif.—In the end, Stanford senior running back Stepfan Taylor made just a couple more clutch plays than the Wisconsin defense.
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PASADENA, Calif.—Wisconsin (4-4 Big Ten, 8-5 overall) head coach Barry Alvarez will take the field one last time Tuesday in an attempt to protect his unscathed Rose Bowl resume against No. 6 Stanford (8-1 Pac 12, 11-2).
LOS ANGELES—Stanford head coach David Shaw addressed the media Saturday morning at LA Hotel Downtown and praised his freshman quarterback Kevin Hogan and junior tight end Zach Ertz.
New Wisconsin head coach Gary Andersen had to do some thinking when interviewed by a couple of athletic directors over the past few weeks while still with Utah State.
Barry Alvarez, Wisconsin’s Director of Athletics and head coach for the upcoming Rose Bowl game against Stanford, met with the media Sunday after practice and assured everyone that the Wisconsin football team is not in panic mode.
If it was not for a meeting put together by team captains following the news that former head coach Bret Bielema had bolted to Arkansas, Barry Alvarez would still be carrying out normal duties of Director of Athletics and searching for a new head football coach. Now, Alvarez’s next month will be even busier.
INDIANAPOLIS—It isn’t hard to imagine Wisconsin (4-4 Big Ten, 8-5 overall) offensive coordinator Matt Canada licking his chops leading up to the rematch with Nebraska (7-1, 10-3) in the Big Ten Championship game.
If sitting in his Kingsport, Tenn., home watching the Badgers pull off a stunning 42-39 victory over Michigan State in the inaugural Big Ten Championship Game last year didn’t add even more motivation to Curt Phillips’ comeback attempt, it’s likely nothing would have.
It’s safe to say Wisconsin (4-4 Big Ten, 7-5 overall) expected to be in Indianapolis for the Big Ten Championship for the second consecutive year prior to the season opener against Northern Iowa Sept. 1.
Hidden behind overtime thrillers, records being broken on offense and costly missed field goals lies a Wisconsin defense that may be quietly peaking just in time for Saturday’s rematch against Nebraska (7-1 Big Ten, 10-2 overall) in the Big Ten Championship game.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa.—For the third time in just four games, the Wisconsin Badgers (4-4 Big Ten, 7-5 overall) suffered a heartbreaker in overtime, this time at the hands of the Penn State Nittany Lions on senior day (6-2, 8-4) by a score of 24-21.
Although the confidence level of the Wisconsin defense is sky high after containing Ohio State’s Braxton Miller and its spread attack for most of last weekend’s loss, it is prepared for a different type of challenge at Penn State.
For the second consecutive game at Camp Randall, the Wisconsin Badgers (4-3 Big Ten, 7-4 overall) lost a game in overtime that marred a strong defensive performance and additionally spoiled senior running back Montee Ball’s tying of the FBS touchdown record.
Wisconsin head coach Bret Bielema looks to remain undefeated in Senior Day games as the Badger head coach while senior running back Montee Ball is looking to move into first place on the all-time touchdowns list Saturday against the Ohio State Buckeyes (6-0 Big Ten, 10-0 overall).
The Wisconsin football team (4-2 Big Ten, 7-3 overall) has proved more than ever this season that it lives and dies by one simple fact: if the team can’t establish a run game, ugly results ensue.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.—Wisconsin’s (4-2 Big Ten, 7-3 overall) rushing attack made redshirt senior quarterback Curt Phillips’ first start of his career and first time seeing live action since 2009 about as easy as it gets Saturday against Indiana (2-4, 4-6).
If senior running back Montee Ball gets even remotely close to replicating the numbers this month he put up the past two Novembers, the Badgers’ remaining opponents better brace themselves.
Injured Wisconsin redshirt freshman quarterback Joel Stave made it clear Monday that he is not pushing a comeback in any way, despite his status for the team’s bowl game still being up in the air.
Wisconsin’s (3-2 Big Ten, 6-3 overall) defense was playing at its best level all season until the last drive of regulation for Michigan State (1-3, 5-4), which ultimately snapped the Badgers’ 21-game home winning streak.
In 2010, Wisconsin (3-1 Big Ten, 6-2 overall) lost to Michigan State (1-3, 4-4) 34-24 away from home in an otherwise regular road game. Last year however, the Badgers were forced to play in East Lansing again, thanks to the scheduling adjustments made after Nebraska was added to the conference.