With the Wisconsin Badgers’ dominant performance over the Kent State Golden Flashes, an interesting dynamic is created going into their next match against the Michigan State Spartans, who have exhibited uncharacteristically shaky defense.
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For the last few years, the Heisman Trophy has seen quarterbacks dominate the award. Since 2010, nine of 10 of the winners have been quarterbacks. This year high-profile transfer quarterbacks like Justin Fields and Jalen Hurts, as well as the amazing talent of a certain Alabama Crimson Tide quarterback were dominating Hiesman conversation in the preseason.
Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor has enjoyed an extraordinary 2019 season thus far, appearing nearly unstoppable each time he carries the rock. On a bad day, his numbers have still lit up the box score. On Saturday, Kent State fell victim to Taylor’s dominance, yielding 215 total yards and five touchdowns to number 23 in red. Even more impressively, Taylor racked up all of those numbers with only 22 touches, a video game-like 9.7 yard average.
'We haven’t seen a receiving core in Wisconsin like this in a long time, probably ever': UW's receivers add new dimension to offense
The 2018 Wisconsin Badgers offense was a one man show – heavily reliant on star running back Jonathan Taylor.
The No. 13 Wisconsin Badgers (5-0-0 Big Ten, 9-2-1 overall) left West Lafayette, Indiana with three points after defeating the Purdue Boilermakers (2-3-1 Big Ten, 6-5-2 overall) 1-0.
The No. 13 Wisconsin Badgers (4-0-0 Big Ten, 8-2-1) are on absolute fire with their best start to conference play in more than 20 years, remaining unbeaten through four games. The Badgers took on their latest opponents; the tough No. 24 ranked Michigan Wolverines (8-3-1, 3-1-1) at home this Thursday and emerged victorious in a confident 2-0 victory.
The Wisconsin faithful must have known the game was gonna be a blowout. Either that, or the inclement weather scared them away from filling up Camp Randall the way they usually do. Either way, there were pockets of empty seats throughout the stadium and you can’t blame them.
The Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team (4-0-0) took down the Penn State Nittany Lions (0-2-2) once again on Saturday night by a score of 3-0 in front of a sold out crowd to stay undefeated in their 2019-20 campaign.
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The No. 1 Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team (3-0-0,1-0-0) shut out the Penn State Nittany Lions (0-0-3, 0-1-0) with a 7-0 shutout Friday night in their home opener in the first ever matchup between the two Big Ten sides.
Last season’s starting inside linebackers T.J. Edwards and Ryan Connelly both moved on to the NFL, leaving a hole that redshirt senior Chris Orr has thrived in.
The Wisconsin Badgers (4-0 overall, 2-0 Big Ten) offense was not as dominant as usual, and therefore the defense had to step it up.
Orr named one of Big Ten Defensive Players of the Week after carrying defense against Wildcats in sloppy game
Donning minimalist red jerseys and brown pants on Saturday against Northwestern, the No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers (4-0 overall, 2-0 Big Ten) beat the Northwestern Wildcats (1-3 overall, 0-2 Big Ten) in their late-19th century throwback threads.
The Wisconsin Badgers host the Kent State Golden Flashes at Camp Randall on Saturday Oct. 5 at 11a.m. in a match that provides the Badgers their second brush with a MAC conference opponent after their game against Central Michigan.
Entering the 2017 season, senior linebacker Zack Baun was primed to be a key piece on Wisconsin’s defense after playing meaningful snaps in 2016.
History was made at the Wisconsin Field House on Wednesday night, as the No. 13 Wisconsin Badgers Volleyball (7-4 overall, 3-0 Big Ten) team recorded their 1,000th program win. What a win it was, as Wisconsin defeated No. 5 Penn State (9-3 overall, 2-1 Big Ten) in dramatic fashion, coming from behind after dropping the first set to the Nittany Lions.
States can now decide to legalize sports gambling after a 2018 Supreme Court decision — and some Wisconsin lawmakers want to get in on the action.
The Wisconsin Badgers (6-4 overall, 2-0 Big Ten) continued their strong start to conference play Sunday, as they defeated the Indiana Hoosiers (11-4 overall, 0-2 Big Ten) in four sets, highlighted by strong performances from Molly Haggerty and Grace Loberg.
The Wisconsin Badgers (2-0-0) women’s hockey team took home a pair of wins against the Lindenwood Lions (0-0-2) on Friday and Saturday. The Badgers beat out the Lions 4-0 in Friday night’s season opener and Saturday’s rematch that resulted in a 6-2 Badger victory.