The No. 13 Badgers (2-0) will host the Wofford Terriers (1-1) Saturday night at the Kohl Center.
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After a resounding 54 point victory against Kennesaw State Saturday—in which the Wisconsin men’s basketball team shot 15-25 from behind the arc and moved up one spot to No. 14 in the AP Poll—the Badgers looked to pick up its second regular season win against the Colgate Raiders of the Patriot League Wednesday.
The No. 15 Wisconsin men's basketball team (1-0) took on the Kennesaw State Fighting Owls (0-1) Saturday in the first ever meeting between the two teams. After handling UW-Stevens Point in its one and only exhibition game 80-54, Wisconsin continued its winning ways in its first regular season tussle of the year.
The Wisconsin men’s basketball team opened up play Saturday night when it beat UW-Stevens Point in an exhibition game, 80-54.
With the first BCS standings coming out on Sunday, this week's slate of college football games are of extra importance.
When one thinks of Wisconsin football nowadays, the first thing that probably comes to mind is the pedigree of running backs and the powerful running game Wisconsin has been able to cultivate. Behind every great running back the Badgers have had, however, has been the blockers doing the dirty work.
Despite the success of new quarterback Russell Wilson and the running back tandem of freshman James White and junior Montee Ball, the Wisconsin Badgers' chances of making a run at a Big Ten Title could come down to the success of the Badgers' defense.
When the Wisconsin hockey and basketball teams ended their respective seasons, the resounding cry for most of the campus was, ""When will we be able to watch football again?"" That answer to that question is ""Saturday.""
With wins over upset favorite Belmont as well as Jacob Pullen and company (Kansas State), the Badgers will be moving on to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2008 and the fifth time since the tournament expanded to 64 teams in 1985.
This weekend, the Wisconsin men's wrestling team will travel to Evanston, Ill., to compete in the Big Ten Championships.
After a tough loss at Purdue last Wednesday, the No. 12 Wisconsin men's basketball team bounced back to beat a pesky Penn State team on Sunday.
The No. 10 Wisconsin men's basketball team (9-3 Big Ten, 19-5 overall), coming off of an upset of previously undefeated and No. 1 Ohio State (which sounds vaguely familiar) and winners of four straight and seven of their last eight games is now faced with the task of moving on from their big win and preparing for a showdown with No. 11 Purdue.
Coming into last week, the Badger wrestlers were flying high, with only one loss in 11 matches and climbed to No. 3 in the country. This past week was a tough one for the Badgers wrestling team however, with the Badgers dropping three straight conference matches.
In her weekly press conference Monday, women's basketball head coach Lisa Stone addressed her team's play in recent weeks, as well as her team's next game against No. 10 Michigan State (6-2 Big Ten, 18-3 overall).
The 2009-'10 season was the best for Wisconsin wrestling in recent history. It was a season that saw the team earn a fourth place finish at last year's NCAA Wrestling Championships, tying for the best finish in school history. The team was honored with four All-Americans, including undefeated NCAA National Champion sophomore Andrew Howe (165 pounds). In addition to that, head coach Barry Davis was named National Wrestling Coaches Association Coach of the Year.
Bret Bielema handed out personal honors on the offensive and defensive ends Monday during his weekly press conference, while also looking ahead to the Badgers' contest this Saturday against Northwestern.
In his weekly press conference Monday, head coach Bret Bielema praised some of the key players in Saturday's 83-20 trouncing of Indiana and previewd the Badgers' upcoming game against Big Ten rival Michigan.
Wisconsin football head coach Bret Bielema discussed both his team's 34-13 victory over Purdue this past weekend, as well as the Badgers' (4-1 Big Ten, 8-1 overall) upcoming contest against Indiana during his weekly press conference Monday.