With four starters gone from the 2016-'17 Wisconsin men’s basketball team, there is more than a fair share of playing time to be doled out and next to no clarity on who will take those minutes. That might have changed in the Badgers’ annual Red-White scrimmage Sunday.
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A year ago, the Badgers strode into the Big Ten Tournament one of the hottest teams in the conference, having won 11-of-13 games and locking up a 15th-straight Top 4 finish. They were promptly bounced by 11-seed Nebraska in their first game.
You may have heard that Donald Trump is the front-runner to win the Republican presidential nomination. Now, aside from the fact that that reflects terribly on the United States, it’s also just about the last thing the Republican Party wants.
In looking for big underdogs last season, I looked at the statistics of underdog teams that win in the first round and how they differ from those that lose. There were some pretty noticeable differences, and Georgia State stood out among the rest as a team to keep an eye on.
Editor's note: With just over a week left in the regular season, Wisconsin's seeding in the Big Ten Tournament is still very much up in the air. Currently, the Badgers are tied for fourth in the conference standings, which means a double bye is definitely still in play. However, with so many scenarios remaining and complicated tiebreakers that could come into play, figuring out Wisconsin's odds of earning a coveted double bye can be a real chore for fans. But have no fear, The Daily Cardinal is here with a statistical breakdown of the Badgers' chances of grabbing a top-four seed in Indianapolis.
If it seems like there’s a logjam at the top of the AP rankings this year, it’s because there is. A remarkable 12 teams have made it through the first eight weeks of play without a blemish on their record. That’s the most undefeated ranked teams in college football since the AP Poll expanded to 25 teams in 1989.
Another high-scoring game and another loss for Badgers’ women’s basketball (4-11 Big Ten, 8-17 overall), as they fell 81-70 to No. 5 Maryland (15-0, 24-2) Thursday night at the Kohl Center.
The Badgers (4-10 Big Ten, 8-16 overall) fell 70-63 to Nebraska (8-6, 18-7) Sunday afternoon in Lincoln despite stellar performances from senior forward Jacki Gulczynski and senior guard Nicole Bauman.
The Badgers (4-8 Big Ten, 8-14 overall) head to Minneapolis this Wednesday to square off against a Minnesota team (7-5, 18-6) sporting the fourth best overall record in the Big Ten. The two teams last played each other in early January, with the Golden Gophers winning 72-60.
Coming off a slump-busting win on Sunday, Wisconsin (4-7 Big Ten, 8-13 overall) will welcome No. 16 Iowa (8-2, 17-4) to the Kohl Center this Sunday in the annual Pink Game. The Badgers are looking to string together consecutive victories for the first time since December 28th.
The Badgers (3-6 Big Ten, 7-12 overall) look to bounce back from three straight losses Thursday against Ohio State (5-3, 13-7) and electrifying freshman guard Kelsey Mitchell at the Kohl Center at 8 p.m.
After a blowout win against Western Michigan in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the No. 4-seeded Wisconsin Badgers (30-2 overall) hosted the Illinois State Redbirds (27-6) Friday night. While the Badgers won in straight sets for the 22nd time this season, they were met with some sturdy competition in every set.