No. 3 Wisconsin (9-1) extended its conference winning-streak to 13 consecutive matches with a resounding three-set victory (25-16, 25-19, 25-17) over no. 17 Ohio State (10-3) in the 2016 Big Ten opener at the UW Field House.
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Hitting the road to play a pair of top-tier teams, No. 6 Wisconsin (8-1) finished out its nonconference schedule with two wins, beating No. 16 Texas A&M (6-5) and No. 2 Texas (8-2) in what proved to be a landmark weekend in The Lone Star State.
Fresh off its first loss of the 2016 campaign, the No. 6-ranked Wisconsin volleyball team will travel to Texas with hopes of redeeming itself against No. 16 Texas A&M (6-3) and No. 2 Texas (7-1) this weekend.
With four-year starter Joel Stave departing Wisconsin to pursue a career in the NFL, head coach Paul Chryst and the rest of his staff ventured into the off-season intent on finding the right man to seize the starting quarterback job. After a closely contested position battle, which carried all the way into August, the team officially named Bart Houston as the starter against LSU, sliding Alex Hornibrook over to a spot on the second team. To paint a better picture of how Wisconsin stands at the quarterback position, here is an examination of both players.
After capturing a championship crown at the Rainbow Wahine Invitational in Hawaii last weekend, the No. 2 Wisconsin Badgers opened their home season this weekend by notching another pair of victories en route to winning the HotelRED tournament.
After entertaining the prospect of joining the professional ranks, Wisconsin junior forward Nigel Hayes has formally elected to return to school and finish out his senior season with the Badgers.
After capturing their 12th consecutive conference championship with a victory over West Virginia in the Big 12 title game, the top-ranked Kansas Jayhawks (15-3 Big 12, 30-4 overall) enter the NCAA tournament as the No. 1 overall seed.
Falling to Michigan State in the round of 32 a year ago, the University of Virginia Cavaliers (13-5 ACC, 26-7 overall) enter the 2016 NCAA Tournament with a sour taste in their mouths, looking to avenge their early exit in 2015 with a deep postseason run this time around.
One of the more surprising selections made this Sunday came with the announcement that the Oregon Ducks would enter the tournament as the highest seed in the West Region of the 2016 bracket. Considered a two seed by most, the Ducks’ ascension to the top seed was likely the product of the their dominating display in the Pac-12 Tournament.
1. Protecting the ball
1. Steady offensive line
As we venture into Week 12 of the 2014 college football season, the Nebraska Cornhuskers find themselves atop the Big Ten West division standings posting an 8-1 record, with their only blemish being a road loss at Michigan State. Coming off of a bye week, the No. 13 Cornhuskers will travel to Camp Randall energized to play a game that may have Playoff implications for the team.