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There’s no question that Rafael Gaglianone deserves an enormous amount of credit for Wisconsin’s 23-21 win over Nebraska last Saturday. To have the mental fortitude to put two misses behind him, including one just 1:22 earlier is incredible to see from a college kicker, especially a sophomore from Brazil who’s gained infamy more for his celebrations than his placekicking skills.
All throughout preparation during Iowa week, the idea repeated ad nauseam was that the Big Ten is all about physical football. That one mysterious, flawed and essentially empty idea wove itself into a tapestry of non-answers about what Big Ten, and the Wisconsin-Iowa rivalry, really is at its core.
On perhaps the most controversial play of Wisconsin’s game against Troy, junior Leon Jacobs looped, untouched, around the left side of the Trojans’ offensive line on a first-down blitz and obliterated quarterback Brandon Silvers.
While the eyes of the nation will be intently fixed on the clash of unbeaten powers Ohio State and Indiana Saturday at the always-menacing Memorial Stadium, a different Big Ten matchup in the opening week of conference play also deserves the attention of the adrenaline-seeking college football fan. Northwestern welcomes
For the second consecutive week, Corey Clement’s game day uniform consisted of a snapback, headset and T-shirt. Hampered by a groin injury that is looking more and more like a serious issue, rather than a nagging minor impairment, Clement’s absence again made offensive coordinator Joe Rudolph get creative with the game plan.
Wisconsin’s defensive players, along with defensive coordinator Dave Aranda, insisted in the week leading up to Saturday’s matchup with Miami (OH) that they would not be taking their Mid-American Conference foes lightly. Bret Bielema probably agrees.
The Daily Cardinal caught up with Michael Shipma, sports editor of The Tropolitan, Troy University's student newspaper, to discuss the Trojans' upcoming visit to Camp Randall Stadium Saturday.
With 0.4 seconds left on the clock and the regular-season finale with Illinois tied at 59, Devin Harris stepped up to the free throw line at the Kohl Center and buried his foul shot, giving Wisconsin the 2002-’03 Big Ten Championship.
The 14th Ironman brought roughly 2,500 amateurs to compete in the 140.6-mile race.
Fresh off a 26-7 win over Presbyterian Sept. 5, Miami (1-0), of the Mid-American Conference, comes to Madison Saturday to take on Wisconsin (0-1) in the Badgers’ home opener.
Wisconsin’s blowout loss to Alabama Saturday was nothing like its opening-night debacle against LSU a year ago. Save for a brief period in the second quarter, when it looked like the Badgers could keep up with the Crimson Tide after tying the game at seven, UW never showed it had the ability to beat the No. 3 team in the nation. The Badgers never led, they were bested in every offensive category and were clearly outclassed both physically and from a coaching standpoint.
Sports editor Jake Powers caught up with Grace Remington, sports editor for Miami University’s student newspaper, the Miami Student, to discuss the RedHawks’ outlook heading into Madison.
Near the end of the second quarter Saturday against Alabama, Joel Stave took a three-step drop, planted his back foot and slung a 22-yard pass to Alex Erickson, who was running a corner route along the right sideline. Stave’s toss reached just above the outstretched hand of cornerback Marlon Humphrey, but was still sharp enough to protect Erickson from the converging Eddie Jackson.
ARLINGTON, Texas—Wisconsin pulled off a program-defining win Oct. 16, 2010 that shocked not only the country, but itself. Moments after the then-No. 16 Badgers toppled No. 1 Ohio State, fans rushed onto the turf of Camp Randall Stadium, celebrating a win that would propel them to their first Rose Bowl in a decade. Although the collective euphoria permeated Madison, one thing was very clear: Wisconsin proved it was for real.
Corey Clement’s relationship with time is a funny thing. Recruited out of Glassboro, N.J., the now-junior running back didn’t commit to Wisconsin until November of his senior year in high school. Once he sorted through offers from 15 schools and arrived in Madison in 2013, Clement found himself sealed at the bottom of a log jammed depth chart. Operating in the shadows of James White and Melvin Gordon, Clement has shown sparks of the back he can become in his limited time on the field.
Keeping Dave Aranda in Madison for his third year at defensive coordinator was the most impressive move Wisconsin made this offseason. Aranda is a teacher, a motivator and possesses a football mind as sharp as any coach in the nation, and the Badgers will once again find themselves scratching at the cavernous walls of Lucas Oil Stadium this winter because of him.
CHICAGO—With the Big Ten Media Days in Chicago coming to a close Friday, four key storylines dominated the flurry of questions the representatives from Wisconsin faced.
CHICAGO—Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez briefly addressed the university’s admissions process after highly regarded recruit Jordan Stevenson, a running back from Texas, was denied enrollment to UW based on academics last week.
The Milwaukee Bucks will bring part of its training camp and an exhibition game to the Kohl Center this fall, representatives from the Bucks and Badgers announced Monday.