In their thrilling 28-17 win over the Iowa Hawkeyes, the Badgers saved their Big Ten title hopes with smart coaching and veteran leadership late in the game.
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After a tough loss 2-0 to the Michigan Wolverines (2-2 Big Ten, 6-5 overall) on the road Thursday, the Wisconsin Badgers (2-1-1, 8-2-1) bounced back with an exciting 2-1 against the Michigan State Spartans (0-2-2, 5-3-3) on Sunday.
IOWA CITY, IOWA — Trailing 17-14 with 5:40 left in the game, a leg up in the Big Ten West and the fate of their season on the line, a Wisconsin offense that struggled to find a rhythm all night needed to go 88 yards to win the game.
Junior wide receiver A.J. Taylor scored the touchdown to put the Badgers up 21-17 over Iowa. UW eventually won 28-17.
IOWA CITY – Coming off a shocking upset at the hands of the BYU Cougars, the Wisconsin Badgers had to bounce back and focus on a pivotal early season rivalry game against the Iowa Hawkeyes.
Wisconsin’s season took a wrong turn last week.
Zack Klancnik’s shirt came off and the party was on.
It's gonna be alright: Processing Wisconsin's loss to BYU and how the Badgers can still make the playoff
It felt like everything would work out. Sure, Wisconsin had been beaten on both sides of the ball throughout the game, but they couldn’t lose to BYU at Camp Randall. Finally cooling as the sun set over Section J, sweltering Badger fans watched Alex Hornibrook and the highly-touted UW offense march toward the Field House in what would be a game-winning touchdown to extinguish any notions of an upset.
After being upset by BYU, Wisconsin looks to rebound with a strong showing against Iowa this Saturday. One of the keys for Wisconsin this week will be putting the ball in the air.
Whether they needed to be humbled or not, Wisconsin received a harsh wake-up call in their 24-21 loss to a then-unranked BYU team that was faster, smarter and stronger last Saturday in Madison.
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.
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.