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At a small Catholic high school near Antwerp, Belgium, a 6-foot-10 basketball player took classes heavily based on discussion and conversation. In Bournemouth, England, 325 miles to the west, a tennis star in the making left his hometown, known for its stretch of beaches on the northern shore of the English Channel, for a small boarding school in Surrey. And across the Atlantic Ocean, in the urban hub of Toronto, Canada, another basketball stalwart more than a foot shorter than her Dutch counterpart attended a private school which, combined with an adjoining public school, had a total enrollment of about 4,000 students.
Much of what head coach Paul Chryst had to say on National Signing Day Feb. 3 was difficult to conceptualize. That’s not to say his recruiting techniques are shrouded in mystery—his style is as straightforward as it gets—but the for the most part, his message had to be trusted blindly.
Former Wisconsin running back Montee Ball was arrested Friday morning on tentative charges of substantial battery, the Wisconsin State Journal reports.
After his first full offseason as head coach at Wisconsin, Paul Chryst introduced his 2016 recruiting class Wednesday afternoon at Camp Randall Stadium. The Badgers welcomed 31 recruits on National Signing Day, 25 of whom will have scholarships. As expected, and contrary to many other programs, UW’s signing day was drama-free.
After reports surfaced Thursday that Wisconsin had concluded its search for a replacement for Dave Aranda, UW officially announced Friday that Justin Wilcox was hired as the team’s new defensive coordinator.
Wisconsin has reportedly found its replacement for Dave Aranda. Footballscoop.com is reporting that the former UW and current LSU defensive coordinator’s void will be filled by Justin Wilcox, USC’s defensive coordinator in 2015.
Omnipresent in Bo Ryan’s career was his high level of intensity, an insatiable desire to continually get better from play to play and, above all else, success. Another more impactful constant in Ryan’s coaching life has been Greg Gard.
Although Wisconsin’s 2015 campaign has been shadowed by disappointment, 12 players were honored with All-Big Ten selections with the regular season coming to an end this past weekend.
Minneapolis, Minn. - Defensive coordinator Dave Aranda doesn’t crack. Even among the most torrid of situations, Aranda remains even-keeled and calm, always focused on fine-tuning a defensive unit that has established itself as one of the best in the country. However, when his defense forces turnovers, which is the focal point of his coaching philosophy, he lets himself enjoy the moment.
Junior running back Corey Clement has been cited with two counts of disorderly conduct stemming from a Nov. 8 incident that left him with a cut on his hand, according to a Wednesday release from the UW Athletic Department.
1. Big (Ten) aspirations
With the hangover of the “408 game” still permeating the mind of the 2014 Wisconsin squad heading into its final two games, the Badgers’ grasp on the Big Ten West was theirs to lose. It narrowly survived the tight confines of Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City, Iowa and cruised in the battle of Paul Bunyan’s Axe the following week, earning a date with Ohio State at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Corey Clement’s road back to full health has taken an unexpected turn. The junior running back “suffered a cut to his hand following an incident at his off-campus residence early Sunday morning,” according to a Thursday release from the Wisconsin Athletic Department.
Nearly 3,700 runners checked in for the full and half marathons Sunday in Madison.
The Big Ten is two years into its experiment and it’s clearly not working. The addition of Maryland and Rutgers in 2014 has had its time to steep, and it’s become evident that their fit isn’t perfect. Or even ideal. Or even palatable.
NFL fans were treated Sunday to a free live stream on Yahoo of the Bills and Jaguars battling it out at Wembley Stadium in London. It’s usually a relief not having to watch the Jaguars play until after Sunday morning breakfast, potentially the best meal of the week, but Jacksonville and Buffalo actually put on a good show and represented the League well in Europe.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. – When redshirt junior quarterback Joel Stave left the game with a head injury late in the first quarter, redshirt junior Bart Houston was thrust into an uncomfortable spot. He came into the game having only thrown 13 passes in his entire Wisconsin career before Saturday, and had never played during meaningful game situations.
While the Big Ten East continues to dazzle, as the Michigan-Michigan State matchup may go down as the best game in the entire FBS this year and Ohio State has finally found a way to maximize the Braxton Miller-Cardale Jones- J.T. Barrett triangle, Iowa has quietly established itself as the team to beat in the West.
Defensive coordinator Dave Aranda self-admittedly has a difficult time talking about what his defense does well. Like most people who strive for continual improvement through intense intrinsic criticism, Aranda seems to be more at ease discussing what he can do better, rather than what he’s achieved. That notion spans the entirety of the defense, and it also applies to his evaluation of the individual cogs that make it run.
On any given Saturday in the fall, Camp Randall Stadium is typically packed to the brim. That’s not necessarily the case at kickoff, which students usually miss because they’re busy cashing the keg at their buddy’s cousin’s girlfriend’s pregame on Breese Terrace, but they get there eventually. By about midway through the second quarter, most of the student section finally joins its already-seated Camp Randall cohorts, who come from both nearby and the far reaches of Wisconsin to cheer on the Badgers.