Sophomore running back Garrett Groshek is one of the many Wisconsin players that has bought into the program's "gritty" reputation.
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My middle school soccer team was good. Like, really good.
With 4:41 remaining in the third quarter, and the Badgers (8-0 Big Ten, 11-0 overall) staring at yet another three-and-out, sophomore wideout A.J. Taylor made perhaps the biggest play of his young Wisconsin career, wriggling loose of his man for a 51-yard catch.
In a back-and-forth, sometimes brutal Big Ten battle against the No. 24 Michigan Wolverines (5-3 Big Ten, 8-3 overall), the No. 5 Wisconsin Badgers (8-0, 11-0) needed their quarterback to step up and be the difference-maker.
1. Baker Mayfield, RS Senior QB- Oklahoma
The vast majority of the Wisconsin-Michigan rivalry has been all Wolverines (they hold a 50-14-1 all-time edge). Legendary Michigan coach Bo Schembechler used to wallop the Badgers year-in and year-out, going 18-1 against UW in his career.
The last three meetings between the Wisconsin Badgers and the Iowa Hawkeyes have been absolute wars. Many expected this year’s matchup to be no different, as the Hawkeyes came off an impressive performance against the Ohio State Buckeyes. Still, Wisconsin ultimately won and improved to 10-0, the best start in program history, primarily resulting from superb defensive play.
Now in the fourth year of his Wisconsin career, senior safety Natrell Jamerson has acclimated to his Midwest surroundings after entering the program from the balmy climate of Florida.
SCENE: We see Michigan Head Football Coach Jim Harbaugh bellied up at a bar. It’s late on a weeknight, and the bar is nearly empty, save for a regular huddled in one of the booths in the back and a pool shark practicing his game. There’s the intermittent crack of pool balls as Harbaugh nurses his drink.
At the start of this college football season, many expected the Wisconsin vs. Michigan meeting to be a top-10 contest. Now, however, with a disappointing year from the Wolverines, this game merely appears to be a resume-building game for the Badgers, as they continue to march towards the school’s first College Football Playoff berth.
In a chaotic week full of upsets for the top-10 teams in the College Football Playoff rankings, the Big Ten conference hardly had any surprising results. Wisconsin used key defensive plays throughout the game to defeat Iowa for the Heartland Trophy and clinch the Big Ten West for the third time in four years. Ohio State all but secured the Big Ten East as they handily dealt with Michigan State. Michigan extended its winning streak to three games as they look to do the unthinkable over these next two weeks and win out to spoil Ohio State and Wisconsin’s dreams of going to the College Football Playoff.
It’s a little bit redundant to say at this point, but I still have to say it: what a weekend of college football. Let’s get straight into the action.
The No. 5 Wisconsin Badgers (7-0 Big Ten, 10-0 Overall) still have a bad taste in their mouth from the last time they faced No. 19 Michigan (5-2, 8-2).
Sports editor Ben Pickman and football beat writers Lorin Cox and and Jake Nisse preview Wisconsin's upcoming matchup with Michigan. Topics discussed include UW's stout defense, Michigan's quarterback trouble and if the Badgers have a legitimate chance of making the College Football Playoff.
Field position isn’t a sexy stat, but it makes all the difference in a tight game where neither offense can consistently sustain long scoring drives.
The No. 6 Badgers (7-0 Big Ten, 10-0 overall) overcame a multitude of mistakes Saturday to stifle No. 25 Iowa 38-14 in a sloppy affair.
As Wisconsin’s first game of the 2017 season wound down and fans began to leave Camp Randall — if they were even still there — redshirt senior safety Joe Ferguson scored his first touchdown as a Badger.