When the Wisconsin men’s basketball team took the floor for warm-ups before the “Red and White Scrimmage” Sunday, one of the first songs to play over the loudspeakers was Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’.” It was an apt choice for this year’s team, one that finds itself in uncharted territory.
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It would not be controversial to claim that the fullback is by far the most important position not just in football, but in all of sports. Every week, heroes put on their pads much higher than their teammates, run out onto the field to deafening applause directed solely to them and proceed to take inside handoffs for exactly 3 yards every time.
The Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (6-2-3 Big Ten, 12-3-3 overall) concluded their regular season with a 2-1 loss on the road against Ohio State (6-2-3, 9-5-3).
As a freshman, it took Sean Dhooghe 22 games and three months to score four goals for the UW men's hockey team.
The 2018-2019 men’s basketball season began in earnest Sunday at the Kohl Center as the Badgers took part in the annual Red and White scrimmage. Split into two different squads, the group played three ten-minute sessions before offering autographs to those in attendance. Here are four takeaways from the first glimpse at this year’s team:
When the Wisconsin secondary came out for their finals warm-ups, starting safeties Reggie Pearson and Scott Nelson came out without pads while D’Cota Dixon looked like a coach instead of a player.
The No. 23 Wisconsin Badgers (3-1 Big Ten, 5-2 overall) came into Saturday’s game with the Illinois Fighting Illini (1-3, 3-4) without their top three safeties — D’Cota Dixon, Scott Nelson and Reggie Pearson — and without top defensive end Isaiahh Loudermilk. That proved to be no problem for the defense, as Jim Leonhard’s crew had five takeaways in the first half, leading to 21 points for the Badgers en route to a 49-20 win.
While Wisconsin women's hockey head coach Mark Johnson came out with a win for his Badgers to add to their undefeated season on Friday night, his son Patrick Johnson ended the game with a loss as the temporary equipment manager for the Tigers this weekend.
Noah Melick’s stunning game-winning goal in double overtime against the No. 18 Michigan Wolverines (3-2-1 Big Ten, 9-4-1 overall) sparked incredible celebrations for the Wisconsin Badgers (4-2, 7-5-2) after pulling off a 1-0 upset.
The Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (6-1-3 Big Ten, 12-2-3 overall) continued their good run of form with a 1-0 win over Nebraska (4-2-3 Big Ten, 8-5-4 overall) in their final home game of the season, extending their unbeaten streak to seven games.
As Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson scampered down the sideline for an 81-yard run, it became apparent quickly that the zone-read option was going to be an issue for the young Wisconsin Badgers defense last Saturday in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
In a week characterized by wild upsets and unpredictable finishes, the Big Ten also followed the script.
After a devastating blow of 38-13 from Michigan last weekend, Wisconsin looks to recover with a win as they prepare to face Illinois at home. The Badgers will host Illinois during homecoming weekend.
The Badgers will face Illinois this Saturday at Camp Randall — here's what both teams need to do this weekend to walk away with the victory.
Both the Badgers and the Illini will be heading into this week's match-up looking to redeem themselves from devastating Big Ten losses in week seven.
It’s not often that Wisconsin head coach Mark Johnson faces a team for the first time. With more than 15 years of experience — and fewer than 40 women’s Division 1 teams — Johnson has the luxury of knowing most of the programs he faces inside and out.
The No. 19 Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (5-1-3 Big Ten, 11-2-3 overall) has once again qualified for the Big Ten tournament and has plans of qualifying for the NCAA tournament for the third consecutive season.
With playoff hopes dashed after loss to Michigan, Wisconsin sets its sights on a new goal: A Big Ten championship
“I don’t even understand the talk that we have nothing left to play for,” junior quarterback Alex Hornibrook said. “We’ve got a lot to play for.”
In the wake of two hard fought 0-0 draws at home, the Wisconsin Badgers women’s soccer team (5-1-3 Big Ten, 11-2-3 overall) are back in form after going three for three on their road trip.
Wisconsin women's hockey head coach Mark Johnson’s career has included plenty of big wins.