Excuse Peter Konz if he has things on his mind besides College GameDay, trash-talk, revenge or Bowl Championship Series rankings this week.
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The bye week is always a good opportunity to heal bumps and bruises. Junior strong safety Shelton Johnson, who missed UW's win over Nebraska with a calf injury, said he felt fully recovered this Saturday's game.
Wisconsin head coach Bret Bielema would likely cringe at any suggestion that his football team is glamorous in any way, shape or form.
Maybe it's because the Big Ten jumped at the conference realignment opportunity early and maybe it's because—to date—nobody in Madison has had to keep perspiration in check through NCAA investigations, but all this non-football activity is really starting to get monotonous.
The Wisconsin football program has a knack for making heroes of the un sung.
When an offense puts on the sort of clinic that Russell Wilson and company displayed on Saturday at Soldier Field in Chicago, it's easy to overlook the defensive contributions.
Wisconsin's co-defensive coordinator Chris Ash can't recall the last time he was a part of a defense that shut out an opponent.
Put it on tape.
If the hype surrounding Wisconsin senior quarterback Russell Wilson and his teammates was intense entering Thursday night's season opener, it may rise to a fever pitch by the time Oregon State rolls in September 10.
Whether Madison is 40 degrees and raining in May or 94 and sticky in June, it is never difficult to think about the perfect, comfortable conditions that seem to frequent Pasadena.
I'm not the most outwardly patriotic dude in the room. Don't get me wrong, my love for this country is intense, but it revolves more around intricacies, subtleties and diversities in government, sports, relationships and conversation and not so much on chest-thumping, brash, in-your-face proclamations of superiority.
No matter what Joe Brennan does in his time at Wisconsin, he probably will not be the most recognizable Badger to hail from New Jersey. A big running back that wore No. 33 and the name ""Dayne"" on the back of his jersey has that title safely locked down for the foreseeable future.
A year ago, Wisconsin head coach Bret Bielema entered the annual Spring Game knowing exactly who would start the regular season under center, and Scott Tolzien did not disappoint.
In a strange way, it makes sense that this is how the career of Manny Ramirez comes to an end.
Just three months after the Badgers' disappointing 21-19 Rose Bowl loss to Texas Christian University, head coach Bret Bielema and his 2011 squad are already in their second week of spring practice.
Today is a glorious day. Aside from being sunny and mid-40s—a sure sign of impending spring in Madison—it's the last day until November without Major League Baseball.
NEW ORLEANS—In the Badgers first two possessions Thursday night, what seemed like reason for optimism actually served as a grim foreshadowing of what was to come.
Leave it to collective bargaining arguments to make a run at dominating conversations everywhere. While Senate Democrats move to Illinois, Assembly Democrats move outside the Capitol and Republicans refuse to move on anything at all in Wisconsin, the NFL has quite the debate on its hands as well.
If you're the type of person who is easily excited by the latest restrictor plate technology or gets goose bumps when Talladega is brought up, you probably just want to move on before you read any further. Maybe, instead, turn to page one and check out what your cronies are up to in the Capitol these days.
With an entire state basking in the glory of Aaron Rodgers, Ted Thompson and the rest of the Green Bay Packers organization, it's sort of easy to get over the frigid temperatures this week.