There is nothing quite like a Wisconsin-Iowa game to make you second-guess your love for football.
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After further consideration, it has been decided that our Big Ten super team Michpenndianaowaland State will be disbanded. It was too beautiful for this world.
Saturday night began with the hope of picking up a signature win for Wisconsin football, but ended with the most bitter of defeats.
As of Saturday, October 8 in the year of our Lord 2016, Purdue officially has a better record than Michigan State in the sport of football.
Six years ago, Wisconsin and Ohio State met under the lights at Camp Randall Stadium on a night that Badgers fan will never forget.
The Wisconsin hype train finally hit a speed bump in Ann Arbor.
The big story of the weekend in the Big Ten was No. 11 Wisconsin’s merciless 30-6 beatdown of No. 8 Michigan State in East Lansing. Badgers fans everywhere are still trying to process the sight of a quarterback that can make big throws on third down. Elsewhere in the conference, Michigan obliterated Penn State, Nebraska escaped Evanston with a win, Indiana was the latest victim in Wake Forest’s inevitable national championship run and Purdue technically has a winning record as the calendar turns to October.
Are you a Wisconsin fan who forgot what it’s like to have a quarterback who can step up and make a throw when the team needs it on third down? Fear not, your savior is here and his name is Alex Hornibrook.
It was another topsy-turvy week for Big Ten football, with both highs and lows for some of the conference’s top teams. Ohio State, Michigan State and Nebraska all picked up impressive non-conference wins, while Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin made asses of themselves on national television. As a result, we have a little shifting around in this week’s power rankings.
There’s nothing that gets the blood pumping quite like a full-fledged quarterback controversy as your team is about to enter the gauntlet in conference play.
Aside from Northwestern losing to Illinois State on a last-second field goal—and a field goal that banked off a goal post at that—it was a relatively ho-hum week for the Big Ten. Twelve of the conference’s teams won, the Wildcats dropped a stunner to their FCS foe and Purdue was thumped by a slightly above-average opponent from a non-Power Five conference (as is tradition). Because of this, not much changed in this week’s power rankings.
There was nothing particularly remarkable or enthralling about Wisconsin’s 54-10 win over Akron in Saturday’s home opener at Camp Randall Stadium. But considering how other ranked teams fared during Week 2, a low-stress win over an inferior opponent isn’t something that should be taken for granted.
Week 1 of the 2016 college football season is officially in the books, and what a week it was.
College football is officially back, which means the race for a Big Ten title is technically anyone’s to win (yes, even you, Purdue). There is no shortage of intriguing storylines heading into the year. Can Jim Harbaugh lead Michigan to its first conference title since 2004? Will Ohio State be able to stay in the national title picture despite only returning three starters? Can Michigan State win back-to-back Big Ten titles for the first time in 50 years? Will Iowa prove that 2015 was no fluke? Which team will capture the conference crown and earn the right to be steamrolled by Alabama in the College Football Playoff? All those questions and more will begin to be answered when Big Ten football gets back into full swing this weekend.
Nigel Hayes’ time as a Badger isn’t done quite yet.
Few, if any, coaches have left a more indelible mark on college basketball in the state of Wisconsin than Bo Ryan.
The St. Louis Blues defeated the Chicago Blackhawks 4-3 this past Tuesday to seize a 3-1 series lead in their Western Conference Quarterfinal matchup. On a normal night, the prevailing storylines coming out of the game would have been focusing on the Blues being on the cusp of their first postseason series win since 2012 and the defending Stanley Cup champions being on the brink of a first-round exit.
Father Time is undefeated. But in golf, he often has to work overtime.
After adding a new assistant last week, Wisconsin head coach Greg Gard officially finalized his coaching staff for the 2016-’17 season Tuesday afternoon.
On Monday night, Kris Jenkins got to live out the dream of every kid who plays basketball growing up.