As of Saturday, October 8 in the year of our Lord 2016, Purdue officially has a better record than Michigan State in the sport of football.
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After leaving the field during a practice run Tuesday afternoon, O is listed as questionable for the Student Section Race this Saturday against Ohio State.
Most teams would expect the schedule to get easier after facing two top-10 opponents on the road in consecutive weeks. For the Badgers, though, the schedule only gets harder, as after a one-week hiatus from game action, they prepare for what will likely be their toughest test of the season: Urban Meyer’s Ohio State Buckeyes.
Trigger warning from the writer: This story contains quotes with violent and threatening language toward women.
The lights will be bright as the No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers (1-1 Big Ten, 4-1 overall) take on the undefeated No. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes (2-0, 5-0) at Camp Randall Stadium for the first time since 2012 this Saturday at 7 p.m.
By almost all measures, the College Football Playoff is a perfect way to determine a champion.
Six years ago, Wisconsin and Ohio State met under the lights at Camp Randall Stadium on a night that Badgers fan will never forget.
The Wisconsin Badgers have another defensive starter going under the knife as junior Derrick Tindal had surgery on his right hand Tuesday, the team confirmed.
The Wisconsin hype train finally hit a speed bump in Ann Arbor.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Jazz Peavy made one quick head fake to the middle of the field before planting his left foot and breaking out toward the sideline. Channing Stribling, riding right on the redshirt junior receiver’s hip, took the bait and tried to jump inside to cut off the passing window.
Wisconsin fans will debate whether to root for their rivals in their respective non-conference schedules.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Two words hung in the minds of the Wisconsin Badgers (1-1 Big Ten, 4-1 overall) as they left the Big House after their 14-7 loss to the No. 4 Michigan Wolverines (2-0, 5-0): missed opportunities.
Michigan's loss to Michigan State has opened up the Big Ten East division race.
The Wisconsin Badgers’ 14-7 loss to the Michigan Wolverines was quintessential Big Ten football. Both teams relied on their running game as their quarterbacks struggled, and it was all a matter of which defense cracked first.
In this week's Cardinal Zone Podcast, sports editor Bobby Ehrlich hosts football writer Lorin Cox and football columnist Zach Rastall, who discuss the Badgers top ten matchup with the Wolverines. The two break down Hornibrook's performance, the impact of Gaglianone's absence and what Wisconsin must do to beat Michigan. They also talk about the national scene - whether the Tennessee Volunteers are legit and the Les Miles' firing.
Thomas Valtin-Erwin, sports editor:
After watching Wisconsin demolish Michigan State in East Lansing, Jim Harbaugh stormed into athletic director Warde Manuel’s office demanding that he get every Michigan celebrity at the game this Saturday.
As the calendar changes to October, the playoff race starts to heat up and coaches’ seats start getting a little toasty, even as the weather gets chillier. Here’s what to look for in Week 5.