No Frank Kaminsky, no Traevon Jackson, major problems for the Wisconsin Badgers. The result: pandemonium in Piscataway.
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Though the temperature outside in Evanston, Illinois dipped into the single digits, the Wisconsin offense was on fire Sunday night at Welsh-Ryan Arena, where the Badgers downed the Northwestern Wildcats 81-58.
Playing its first game in nine days, one might have expected No. 6 Wisconsin to look a little rusty against California. However, the Badgers (11-1) picked up right where they left off, defeating the Golden Bears (10-2) 68-56 Monday night at Haas Pavilion.
If there were any concerns remaining about Sam Dekker’s lingering ankle injury going into Wednesday night’s game in Milwaukee, they were to put to rest by the junior forward’s outstanding performance.
Once again, the position of Wisconsin Badgers head football coach is open thanks to Gary Andersen’s shocking decision to leave Madison for Oregon State. Countless names are already being thrown around as possible candidates, but here are a few names that athletic director Barry Alvarez would do well to consider, along with a 1-to-5 rating of how interested fans would be in them and how likely they would take the job if offered. (Disclaimer: The following list of possible candidates is pure speculation. Their interest in the Wisconsin job and Wisconsin’s interest in them is unknown at this point in time.)
Behind the play of freshman guard Tyus Jones and an all-around strong offensive performance, the No. 4 Duke Blue Devils (8-0) defeated No. 2 Wisconsin (7-1) 80-70 Wednesday night at the Kohl Center.
The Wisconsin Badgers, looking to win their fourth Big Ten title in the last five years, are headed to Indianapolis to take on Urban Meyer’s Ohio State Buckeyes. Here are five things to watch as the Badgers try to capture their first conference championship under Gary Andersen and spoil the Buckeyes’ dreams of making the inaugural College Football Playoff.
Duke always seems to have an impressive crop of players in its starting lineup. This season is no different. Here’s a rundown of their five starters.
Facing a second-half deficit for the first time all season, Wisconsin used big performances from a pair of bench players to rally past Georgetown for a 68-65 victory and advance to the final of the Battle 4 Atlantis.
1. Gordon rewriting the record books
Behind a stellar performance by senior forward Frank Kaminsky, No. 3 Wisconsin cruised to a 78-54 victory over Boise State Saturday night.
No. 12 Kansas State at West Virginia
Following an impressive home sweep of the Minnesota State Mavericks last week, No. 3 Wisconsin will embark on a four-game road trip, starting with a series against St. Cloud State this weekend.
Following a pair of convincing victories last weekend, No. 3 Wisconsin will get its toughest test of the young season when it welcomes in intrastate rival Green Bay and its star player, senior point guard Keifer Sykes.
Thanks to a strong first half that saw four different players reach double digits in scoring, No. 3 Wisconsin cruised to an 89-45 victory over Chattanooga Sunday afternoon at the Kohl Center.
As the Wisconsin Badgers head into the 2014-’15 season with hopes of being a national championship contender, they’ll be anchored by a pair of returning starters from last season’s Final Four team: Sam Dekker and Frank Kaminsky.
After last season’s run to the Final Four, senior forward Frank Kaminsky and the No. 3 Wisconsin Badgers enter this year with lofty expectations.
Despite missing several of their top players this weekend, the No. 2/3 Badgers earned a win and a tie on the road against a Top 10 opponent.
Wisconsin forward Nigel Hayes is one of two current college athletes that have been added as plaintiffs in an antitrust lawsuit seeking to allow student athletes to be paid beyond their athletic scholarships, according to Jon Solomon of CBSSports.com.
As the regular season continues to head down its final stretch, the landscape of college football remains in relative disarray. With Ole Miss’ loss to LSU, only three unbeaten teams are left, and numerous conference races are still completely up for grabs.