No. 3 Wisconsin’s quest for its first national championship since 2011 got off to a scintillating start this past weekend, as the Badgers notched a pair of convincing victories against the Providence Friars.
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There’s no change in this week’s power rankings, though Ohio State closed the gap between itself and the Michigan State Spartans. The week was fairly solid for the Big Ten as a majority of its teams wrapped up their non-conference schedules and now turn their attention to the start of Big Ten play.
On the surface, one look at Mark Richt’s résumé as head coach at Georgia would make you think he belongs in the discussion of the best coaches in college football.
Week 3 of the college football season saw the Big Ten’s first conference game of the year, a matchup between Penn State and Rutgers that resulted in a 28-3 victory for the Nittany Lions.
As they look to defend their Big Ten West title, the Wisconsin Badgers could be without starting running back Corey Clement for a majority of their conference schedule.
By all accounts, 2015 has been an unmitigated failure for the Milwaukee Brewers. With the bitter memory of their September collapse last year fresh on the minds of fans, the Brewers face-planted out the gates to a 5-18 start to the season that immediately quelled any hope of postseason contention this season.
After a relatively disappointing opening weekend, the Big Ten bounced back with a solid Week 2. Big Ten teams went 12-2, including a 3-1 mark against teams from the Power Five conferences (though in fairness, one of those teams was Iowa State). As a result, you’ll notice an incredible lack of movement in this week’s power rankings.
Week one of the 2015 college football season is in the books, and the Big Ten has once again come stumbling out of the gates. Utah spoiled Jim Harbaugh’s Michigan debut, BYU bested Nebraska on a last-second Hail Mary, Penn State and its porous offensive line lost to Temple for the first time since the FDR administration, Alabama rolled over Wisconsin, Marshall beat Purdue and a failed two-point conversion was the only thing that kept Indiana from falling to FCS school Southern Illinois.
It’s September and the New York Mets stand alone atop the NL East standings. It should be a time of excitement for fans as their team seeks its first postseason berth since 2006, but instead the Mets have become the talk of baseball for all the wrong reasons.
Another year, another chance to argue which team is the best in the Big Ten. We polled 10 members of our staff and made the surprising discovery that it’s really not much of an argument nowadays.
Wisconsin kicks off its season this Saturday with a highly anticipated matchup against the Alabama Crimson Tide. The Daily Cardinal caught up with Tyler Waldrep, assistant sports editor for the University of Alabama's student newspaper The Crimson White, to discuss this weekend’s showdown in Dallas.
Since first stepping on the UW-Madison campus as a student in the fall of 2013, I’ve had the good fortune of experiencing numerous memorable Badger sports moments that have helped create memories that will last a lifetime.
Early Monday afternoon, Badgers fans received news that they had long feared—the Bo Ryan era in Madison is coming to an end.
Since 2001, it’s been death, taxes and Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan. Starting after next season, we'll be back to just death and taxes again.
From unheralded bench player to national player of the year to NBA Draft lottery pick; Frank Kaminsky’s unlikely journey to the pros is complete.
The Wisconsin Badgers men’s basketball team is coming off the best two-year stretch in program history, but face a myriad of uncertainty heading into the 2014-’15 season.
After guiding their respective teams through disappointing 2014-’15 seasons, Mike Eaves and Bobbie Kelsey have both been put on notice by the UW Athletic Board.
When Gary Andersen shocked the college football world by darting for Corvallis last December, it set the wheels in motion for yet another coaching staff shuffle for the Wisconsin Badgers.
From averaging 4.2 points off the bench as an unheralded sophomore to staking his claim as the best player in all of college basketball, Frank Kaminsky’s incredible collegiate journey is complete.
For the first time in the NCAA Tournament, Wisconsin didn’t close the game strong, didn’t shoot well and got into foul trouble and will now leave Indianapolis with broken hearts and without a national championship.