Nose guard Warren Herring might return this weekend for the first time since injuring his knee Aug. 30 against LSU.
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Following its second bye week of the year, Wisconsin will face Maryland in the first ever meeting between the teams Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.
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Side effects of defending The Daily Cardinal pass rush may include bruising, lost pride and pants smelling suspiciously like shit.
This is the fifth edition of the Heisman Watch, a weekly feature tracking the candidates for college football’s most prestigious award. To read last week’s piece, click here.
No. 14 Kansas State at No. 11 Oklahoma
Let’s clear something up: Joel Stave is a better passer than Tanner McEvoy by a chasmic margin. There seems to be a false equivalency in the minds of some Wisconsin fans that McEvoy and Stave are both bad passers, but at least McEvoy can run. Stop it.
Which will be higher—the Cardinal’s point total Saturday or the number of typos in the latest Herald weekend edition?
Joel Stave played almost all of the quarterback snaps for the Wisconsin offense Saturday after crushing competitor Tanner McEvoy in a series of rock-paper-scissors matches that determined their playing time.
Melvin Gordon kept his ridiculous run going, this time rushing for 175 yards and four touchdowns.
Saturday’s game against Illinois saw an overall decrease in the number of citations and ejections in comparison to the previous home game, UW-Madison police said in a release.
After a dreadful loss to Northwestern last week, Wisconsin (1-1 Big Ten, 4-2 overall) rebounded thanks to another big day from Heisman candidate Melvin Gordon to win 38-28 over Illinois (0-3, 3-4) at Camp Randall Saturday.
As the college football season nears the halfway mark, the contenders are beginning to separate themselves from the pretenders. The top teams are done with the easy portion of their schedules and the big-time matchups will come week-in and week-out. Heisman candidates will go head to head, and inevitably, some Top 10 teams will face defeat. Here are this week’s biggest games across the nation.
1. No. 8 Michigan State (nine first-place votes), 139 points
After beginning its season 2-0, Illinois has lost three of its last four games and will visit Madison Oct. 11 amidst an absolute free fall.
1) Rushing attack against vulnerable defense
After losing wide receiver Jared Abbrederis and linebacker Chris Borland to the NFL last spring, Wisconsin not only lost two star players but also its biggest leaders on both sides of the ball.