It was a night of inversions: an undefeated team falling, a 10-point lead immediately erased by a 12-point run, fans of a perennial college basketball powerhouse storming the court. Indiana, an opponent that Wisconsin hadn’t lost to since sophomore forward Sam Dekker’s middle school years, finally turned the tide.
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Lets be clear: I do not like Alex Rodriguez. I think he is one the most idiotic fusions of oblivity and narcissism we will see in sports for decades.
Well, it’s pretty much official. Multiple sources are telling reporters that Johnny Manziel has selected an agent and will forego two whole years of NCAA eligibility for the riches and, more importantly to him, the freedom of the National Football League.
Saturday featured more than one Wisconsin basketball win over Marquette, as the women’s team (6-2) completed the sweep in Milwaukee thanks to a thrilling 62-60 win.
Beating an in-state rival and staying undefeated would normally be a season highlight. But as an impressive season continues, it’s beginning to feel all the more normal for the Badgers.
When you think of a matchup between No. 8 Wisconsin (8-0) and Virginia (7-1), the word “slow” might jump immediately to your mind. But “low scoring?” With the way the Badgers are scoring this year, maybe not.
That Alabama-Auburn game was awesome, quite possibly the greatest ending to a game of that significance we’ll see in our lifetime. But once the adrenaline had faded away, the question began to creep in. “Does Auburn jump Ohio State?”
Even the uglier wins look better when they take place on the Mexican coastline.
The No. 12 Badgers (6-0 overall) continued their Cancun Challenge run with a 76-67 win over Oral Roberts at the Kohl Center Saturday.
Wisconsin is the fifth best football team in the country.
After a span of three challenging opponents, all of whom could realistically make the NCAA tournament in March, the Badgers (3-0 overall) will play one of the weakest opponents on their schedule tonight.
Despite facing a threat more challenging than either of their previous “power six” conference opponents, the Badgers held strong in the final minute to pull out a 69-66 win against the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Saturday.
Monday, the Atlanta Braves shocked the baseball world by announcing they were leaving their 17-year-old stadium, Turner Field, for a new $672 million stadium in Atlanta’s northern suburb of Cobb County.
Last year, a hobbled Badger team walked into Florida’s O’Connell Center and were promptly run out of the gym. This year, the tables could be turned.
With a much faster-paced offense on display, the Wisconsin men’s basketball team (1-0 overall) opened its season last Friday with an impressive 86-75 win over the St. John’s Red Storm at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls, S.D.
$270 million is a lot of money.
Under head coach Bo Ryan, less is more. Written off year after year, the Badgers have never finished lower than fourth in the Big Ten under his leadership. This season looks promising yet again as 2013’s highly touted recruiting class joins a veteran group. The Daily Cardinal has you covered, outlining everything you need to know before Wisconsin opens preseason play tonight against UW-Platteville at home.
Saturday, the set of ESPN’s College GameDay will descend on Tallahassee, Fla., to cover the world of college football from the week’s most visible arena.
Buster Olney of ESPN reported last Saturday that officials from the Boston Red Sox and Detroit Tigers expected the topic of banning home plate collisions to be raised at Major League Baseball’s Winter Meetings.