The Wisconsin Badgers closed out the 2021 campaign with a 20-13 victory over Arizona State in the SRS Distribution Las Vegas Bowl. It was a rollercoaster of a season for the Badgers, who bounced back from a miserable, 1-3 start and strung together seven consecutive wins. They looked destined for the Big Ten Championship Game until losing a winnable game in Minnesota and finishing with an 8-4 record.
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The Wisconsin Badgers (8-4) will take on the Arizona State Sun Devils (8-4) in the SRS Distribution Las Vegas Bowl at 9:30 p.m. on Dec. 30.
The unranked Minnesota Golden Gophers (8-4) defeated the 14th-ranked Wisconsin Badgers (8-4) 23-13 in Minnesota on Saturday.
Hosts Cole Wozniak and Justin Alpert recap the Badgers’ narrow win against Nebraska and preview the Battle for the Axe with guest Matt Kennedy from the Minnesota Daily.
The 15th-ranked Wisconsin Badgers (7-3) will host the unranked Nebraska Cornhuskers (3-7) at 2:30 p.m. this Saturday.
Hosts Cole Wozniak and Justin Alpert recap the Badgers’ win against Northwestern and preview this weekend’s upcoming game at home against Nebraska.
Hosts Cole Wozniak and Justin Alpert preview the upcoming Badger football game against Northwestern and analyze last week’s win against Rutgers.
The Wisconsin Badgers (5-3) will travel to New Jersey for a 2:30 p.m. matchup against the Rutgers Scarlet Knights (4-4) on Saturday.
Wisconsin defeated ninth-ranked Iowa 27-7 on Saturday, improving to 5-3 on the season and extending its winning streak to four games.
Wisconsin defeated Army 20-14 in a fast-paced Saturday night showdown at Camp Randall Stadium.
Wisconsin suffered its third loss of 2021 in a 38-17 blowout Saturday against 14th-ranked Michigan.
Wisconsin: CB Faion Hicks
Fresh off a week of rest, the 18th-ranked Wisconsin Badgers (1-1) will take the field Saturday morning against the 12th-ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish (3-0). Although this is officially a home game for Wisconsin, it will take place at Soldier Field, which happens to be 58 miles closer to South Bend than it is to Madison. Thus, both fan bases are likely to be well represented — and well hydrated — for the 11 a.m. kickoff.
Wisconsin will take the field once again at Camp Randall Stadium on Saturday, this time under the lights against Eastern Michigan, who beat St. Francis 35-15 last week. To capture their first win of 2021, the Badgers will need a better all-around performance than they displayed in the 16-10 loss to Penn State, but they must place particular emphasis on a few areas of their game.
As part of Gameday VII, The Daily Cardinal's Justin Alpert lays out the three keys to a Wisconsin victory against Minnesota this Saturday afternoon.
2020 has been a forgettable year for Wisconsin football, starting with the frustrating Rose Bowl loss to Oregon and leading into a season of COVID-19 cases, cancellations and offensive struggles.
Two weeks ago, 12th-ranked Indiana (5-1) visiting Madison for a late-season matchup with Wisconsin (2-1) would’ve been considered must-see TV. However, unfortunate developments for both teams last weekend eliminated much of the hype surrounding this Big 10 showdown.
Two games into the No. 10 Wisconsin Badgers’ (2-0) abbreviated 2020 season, much of the talk has been about quarterback Graham Mertz, and rightfully so. The freshman quarterback followed his stellar debut against Illinois with another efficient, turnover-free performance at Michigan, the team’s second blowout victory in as many outings.
When the Michigan Wolverines rolled into Camp Randall Stadium on the morning of Sept. 21, 2019, the closest thing to a worry in Madison, Wis. was how the Badgers defense would defend against Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson.
The 2020 NFL Draft came and passed this weekend — albeit under undeniably bizarre circumstances. The coronavirus pandemic forced the draft to be conducted virtually, which meant commissioner Roger Goodell was announcing selections in casual sweaters, in his basement, rather than in a suit on a stage.