In a very surprising development, graduated Wisconsin safety Dezmen Southward was the first Badger taken in the 2014 National Football League Draft. The Sunrise, Fla., native was selected by the Atlanta Falcons with the fourth pick of the third round, 68th overall.
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Wisconsin will welcome Duke to the Kohl Center on the second day of the ACC-Big Ten Challenge, according to a Sports Illustrated report. The pairings will be officially announced Thursday afternoon.
The Badgers placed sixth at the 2014 Big Ten Championships last Sunday in French Lick, Ind. As a team, No. 49-ranked Wisconsin shot a 50-over par (316-305-293) at the French Lick Resort’s par-72, 6,017-yard Pete Dye course. That 293 was the best third-day score of the tournament.
Here are some things that have been said on national television by a man paid millions of dollars to be an expert in baseball.
I’m going to make a claim: Mary Willingham can’t read.
16: wins to start the season
Now that Connecticut has won the title, it’s time to do what we always do when the season ends: Think about next season. Here’s a preseason top five for next year in no particular order.
ARLINGTON, Texas—Sixty-seven teams walk away from the tournament in heartbreak.
All year, there has been a perceived disconnect between Wisconsin’s “eye test” and its resume. Some may look at a Wisconsin team that has maybe two real National Basketball Association prospects and think it can’t compete with the new normal of obscene talent on elite teams, though they’ve been doing it all season.
There’s a good chance that the “Frank Kaminsky” game just happened. But for now, head coach Bo Ryan, the Badgers and their massive crowd formed on State Street will only be focused one thing in the coming week: the Final Four.
While the No. 2 seed Badgers (12-6 Big Ten, 28-7 overall) won’t be facing the opponent they might have expected in the Sweet 16, they will assuredly be preparing for a team unique both in its personnel and defense.
Very rarely do you get a matchup that comes with ready-made narratives like Sunday’s Kentucky-Wichita State game.
Since it’s bracket week, you might be thinking about joining your dorm’s, workplace’s, or friend’s bracket pool. Here are some tips on how to approach this.
To reach the national championship in Arlington, Texas, the Badgers (13-7 Big Ten, 27-7 overall) will get to stay close to home, but would then head out far West.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.–Sometimes, you just dig a hole too deep to get out of, no matter how much scratching and clawing is attempted.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.—On a day where every win looked difficult in the Big Ten tournament, the Badgers (13-6 Big Ten, 26-6 overall) emphatically established themselves as a team to fear with an 83-57 drubbing of Minnesota (9-11, 20-13).
After a beautifully anarchic regular season, it’s time to dive into the always-entertaining Big Ten tournament.
The Big Ten announced its All-Big Ten team and award recipients yesterday, with six Badgers receiving honors.
Like any self-respecting college basketball fan I watched the North Carolina-Duke game Saturday night. I was impressed by Duke even though, full disclosure, Duke might be my least favorite team in sports. Jabari Parker and Rodney Hood both looked like All-American talents, the defense forced turnovers and bad decisions, and they outrebounded a much bigger and deeper UNC frontcourt.