Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of The Daily Cardinal's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
111 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
From being that skinny kid from Sheboygan on SportsCenter, to ascending to an NCAA Tournament hero, to garnering a first-round pick in the 2015 NBA Draft, Sam Dekker has been all around the basketball world.
Instead of providing a solid idea of what 2015 has in store for Wisconsin, the official account of events offers a window into an enigmatic whirlwind that hasn’t settled.
In a surprising move, the St. Louis Rams selected Wisconsin offensive tackle Rob Havenstein with the No. 57 pick overall Friday night at the NFL draft in Chicago.
The San Diego Chargers clearly had their sights set on Melvin Gordon.
Josh Gasser put on an absolute dazzler Saturday afternoon, as he racked up 35 points, while Duje Dukan chipped in seven of his own.
John Settle’s deep, clear voice cut through the pounding music projecting from Camp Randall Stadium’s sound system and the cacophony of whistles and smacking shoulder pads during individual position drills at a recent spring practice.
Ketchup has its mustard, Han Solo has his Chewbacca and, more relevantly, John Clay had his Montee Ball and James White.
After an offseason punctuated by coaching changes, a scramble to repair a recruiting class in peril and the departure of perhaps the best running back in program history, the Badgers can now focus on what’s important: playing football.
Former Wisconsin linebacker Chris Borland told “Outside the Lines” Monday that he is retiring from the NFL after just one season with the San Francisco 49ers, citing unease about the potential long-term health effects of brain trauma as the reason for his departure.
Just as one item was checked off his offseason to-do list, head coach Paul Chryst will have to pencil in another before he can begin his first season leading the Badgers.
James White is no stranger to big football games. The former Wisconsin running back, now a rookie with the New England Patriots, arrived in Arizona Monday for one of the most anticipated games of his life: Super Bowl XLIX.
TAMPA - Melvin Gordon has left his final mark on Wisconsin football. In a season defined by broken records, national accolades and dominant performances, Gordon can add one last highlight to his repertoire: a victory in his final game as a Badger.
Discussing Wisconsin’s offensive productivity feels inherently wrong with the memory of its nightmarish 59-0 embarrassment at the hands of Ohio State still fresh. Yet, prior to that forgettable night in Indianapolis, the Badgers ranked 20th in total offense and were the 14th-best scoring team in the nation. They had put up at least 34 points in six of their prior seven games, and by all measures appeared to be a nearly unstoppable offensive force.
Wisconsin head football coach Gary Andersen is leaving the Badgers to take the same position at Oregon State.
INDIANAPOLIS—Gary Andersen rarely passes up the opportunity to praise his team’s ability to fight through adversity. The head coach pays Wisconsin this compliment after nearly every game, citing its ability to bounce back after slow starts, glaring mistakes and blown plays.
Call it Madison East. For the third time in four years, No. 11 Wisconsin will head to Indianapolis for the Big Ten Championship in a battle with No. 6 Ohio State Saturday.
Paul Bunyan’s Axe remains in Madison for the 11th straight season, and the Badgers are headed to Indianapolis.
As the Badgers catch their breath after Melvin Gordon’s record-breaking afternoon against Nebraska, they now turn their attention to Iowa and what will be a heated Big Ten West race to the conference championship.
No. 22 Wisconsin thrashed No. 11 Nebraska, 59-24, by way of a record-setting rushing performance from Melvin Gordon Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.
Nebraska week is finally here.