Facing a 22-point deficit coming into the second half, the Badgers showed no signs of life, as North Carolina put on a clinic of a first half, doing damage on both sides of the floor. Then, the Badgers came out and played like they wanted to win, and looked like they could put together a sound half of basketball to steal a victory.
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After a disappointing showing in the Maui Invitational Championship against North Carolina, Wisconsin shored up all their weak spots that led to the loss, and showcased the kind of high-level play expected of them.
Vince Biegel’s mullet may say something about business in the front and party in the back, but when the senior outside linebacker jogs out into his last game at Camp Randall Stadium, it will be purely business––just like it’s been the last four years.
After suffering a plague of closeout mishaps and blowout losses to open the season, the Wisconsin Badgers scratched and clawed their way to a win Sunday evening. Taking on the Butler Bulldogs (2-2) at the Kohl Center, Wisconsin (1-3) entered desperate for their first win under head coach Jonathan Tsipis.
The Badgers’ running game put on a blistering performance Saturday evening, propelling Wisconsin to a 48-3 trouncing of Illinois. The air attack was severely subdued all game, as their two passing touchdowns came only as a result of the ground attack carrying the offense to the red zone to set up those scores.
Head coach Jonathan Tsipis leads his Badger squad into a battle with an old foe Wednesday as the Atlantic-10’s Dayton Flyers come to town.
Sidney Cooks' long-awaited decision came and passed Tuesday, as the six-foot-four-inch senior forward declared her allegiance to Sparty.
Coach Jonathan Tsipis’ young Badger squad got their first taste of late-game disappointment Sunday night, as their execution down the stretch against the Saint Francis Red Flash ended up costing them the game.
The Badgers’ Big Ten title hopes came crashing down Sunday afternoon, as the No. 1 ranked Maryland Terrapins prevailed in a closely contested 2-1 match.
While the Wisconsin men’s basketball team just finished inking three four-star recruits this week for their 2017 recruiting class, the women’s basketball team and head coach Jonathan Tsipis have a program-altering recruit on the dawn of her decision.
The Badgers hosted their second and final exhibition game Tuesday night, with the in-state UW-Stout Blue Devils in town, part of an annual matchup between the Badgers and one of the UW schools.
The Big Ten tournament found its way back to Madison Sunday afternoon, as the No. 3 Badgers (4-2-2 Big Ten, 11-3-3 overall) played host to the No. 6 Buckeyes (3-4-1, 5-13-1) at the McClimon Complex. The two teams had just played the previous weekend in Madison, in a highly contested 2-1 win for the Badgers to conclude their regular season.
Newly-minted with a No. 20 ranking to conclude the regular season, the Badgers have earned the No. 3-overall seed in the upcoming Big Ten Tournament.
Senior running back Corey Clement had potentially his best game of the season for the Badgers Saturday afternoon against Iowa, often leading a sometimes wavering Wisconsin offense up and down the field. Clement has struggled at times this year, but the talented running back carried some momentum from last week’s loss against Ohio State into this game, and consequently was definitely the Badgers’ most valuable player in their win over the Hawkeyes.
Sharing was caring for the newly ranked No. 24 Badgers (3-2-2 Big Ten, 9-3-3 overall) as the offense’s heady passing blitzed the Western Illinois Leathernecks (2-2-0 Summit League, 6-8-1 overall) for three goals, giving Wisconsin a 3-1 win Tuesday night at a rain-drenched McClimon.
The Badgers (3-2-2 Big Ten, 8-3-3 overall) spent their Friday evening battling the No. 7 Indiana Hoosiers (2-0-5 Big Ten, 8-1-6 overall) to a 0-0 tie with both teams in a tug-of-war all night for an offensive advantage.
Iowa running back Akrum Wadley vs UW safety Leo Musso
Week six of College Football was full of scoring, as a multitude of defenses were beat by 40-plus, 50-plus and even 70-plus points (78 to be exact—looking at you, Rutgers). Teams are now setting up for the meat of their schedules, as conference play is making teams show up or be shown out.
The Badgers (3-1-1 Big Ten, 7-2-2 overall) offense woke up Tuesday night against in-state rival UW-Green Bay (1-2-2 Horizon League, 2-8-2 overall), shredding the Phoenix defense for three goals to earn a 3-0 victory.