For each Big Ten game this season, The Daily Cardinal is reaching out to our campus counterparts around the league to get the lowdown on the Badgers’ opponents. This week we talked to Adam Hensley, Pregame Editor at The Daily Iowan.
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In Wisconsin’s shocking 24-21 loss to BYU, the Badgers gotten beaten by their own usual strengths: offensive and defensive line play, fundamentals and great discipline.
There is perhaps no better indicator of expectations and interest in a team than ticket sales. An emptier Kohl Center highlights the perception of the Wisconsin Badgers men’s basketball team.
Even with the stands at McClimon Soccer Complex full as part of the annual “Pack the Mac” event, the Wisconsin Badgers (Big Ten 0-1-0, overall 2-4-1) fell to the No. 2 Indiana Hoosiers (1-0-0, 6-1-0) 3-1 on Sunday afternoon.
Dani Rhodes joked she sort of blacked out just before her winning goal and prayed she got the right touch on the ball.
After playing close to perfect last season in a win 40-6 against BYU in Provo, Utah, the Wisconsin Badgers were far from perfect Saturday afternoon.
BYU’s entire bench dancing to Camp Randall’s famous “Jump Around” encapsulated a day on which the Cougars thoroughly dominated Wisconsin, ultimately defeating the No. 6-ranked Badgers 24-21, handing UW its first loss of the year.
Wisconsin men’s soccer head coach John Trask knew there was a lot of work for his team this season.
Coming off an impressive performance against the New Mexico Lobos, the No. 6 Wisconsin Badgers (0-0 Big Ten, 2-0 overall) welcome the BYU Cougars (0-0 Independent, 1-1 overall) into Camp Randall Saturday afternoon.
The No. 6 Wisconsin volleyball team (0-0 Big Ten, 6-1 overall) split a pair of weekend matches on their trip to Texas, losing in four sets to Baylor, and routing North Texas 3-0.
When Wisconsin suspended wideout Quintez Cephus indefinitely on August 20, it rid the team of one of its brightest talents.
Left, right, left, right, left, right, thud, whistle,
Taiwan Deal dealt with ankle injuries that threatened to end his football career, but he's back on the field and running as well as he ever has.
Editor’s note: College football is nothing without its fans, and its fans are nothing without their passion. In an attempt to capture that unique intensity and overreaction, we’ve asked sports editor and The South enthusiast Bremen Keasey to give us a weekly breakdown of college football happenings around the country like only a true fan could.
Facing its last opponent before beginning Big Ten play, the Wisconsin women’s soccer team stretched its winning streak to six games with a 2-1 comeback victory over the Loyola-Chicago Ramblers on Sunday afternoon at McClimon Soccer Complex.
It took longer than they would have liked, but the No. 5 Wisconsin Badgers (0-0 Big Ten, 2-0 overall) cruised to a 45-14 victory over the New Mexico Lobos.
Coming off a rusty but successful performance against Western Kentucky, the No. 5 Wisconsin Badgers (0-0 Big Ten, 2-0 overall) overcame first half struggles to come away with a 45-14 home win against the New Mexico Lobos (0-0 Mountain West, 1-1 overall) on Saturday afternoon at Camp Randall.
After opening 2018 with a 62-30 win over FCS Incarnate Word, the New Mexico Lobos football team comes into Camp Randall facing a vastly greater challenge.
Editor’s note: College football is nothing without its fans, and its fans are nothing without their passion. In an attempt to capture that unique intensity and overreactability, we’ve asked sports editor and The South enthusiast Bremen Keasey to give us a weekly breakdown of college football happenings around the country like only a true fan could.