The 2020 NFL season will see established veterans attempting to cement their legacy, and a hungry and talented class of rookies looking to burst onto the scene. Among these players are many former Badgers in varying situations, looking to make or uphold their names in an increasingly balanced, competitive league.
Wisconsin has been recruiting at unprecedented levels as of late, but even the most optimistic of fans couldn’t have imagined a coup like this.
President Donald Trump spoke with Big Ten President Kevin Warren regarding a potential football season.
For the first time since 1888, Wisconsin will not play a college football season.
The proposal includes protocols to keep players and staff safe.
The Big Ten will play a conference-only schedule this football season. How does that position the Badgers for a run at the conference title?
Alright. Before this gets not fun, let’s take a minute to remember some great moments we’ve had in Badger sports over the last year or so.
It was announced Thursday that Badger lineman Cole Van Lanen was named a part of the Walter Camp preseason All-American First Team.
They’ve done it again. The Badgers have now added four recruits to the 2021 class in a matter of less than a month.
The 2020 NFL Draft came and passed this weekend — albeit under undeniably bizarre circumstances.
Looking to increase their draft stock, four departing Badger football players recently traveled to Lucas Oil Stadium for the NFL Combine.
As per usual, Wisconsin’s football organization is budding with NFL caliber talent, and with the Super Bowl comeback of Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs now a distant memory, the NFL Draft is on everyone’s mind.
Uncharacteristic mistakes cost Badgers a Rose Bowl win, extending Wisconsin's Rose Bowl losing streakBy Simon Farber | Jan. 6, 2020
They really should have won.
For a class of seniors and team that has achieved so much, it’s tough to watch the 2019-20’ Badgers fall short of putting the ultimate icing on the cake and coming away with a win in the Rose Bowl. The script that was followed was familiar for Wisconsin, and one that spelled trouble for them earlier in the season as well.
It’s New Year’s Eve, which means we’re just one day away from the 106th edition of the Rose Bowl Game between the No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers (10-3, 7-3 Big Ten) and the No. 6 Oregon Ducks (11-2, 8-1 Pac-12).
On December 2nd, 2018, just over a year ago, Wisconsin had been announced as participants in the Pinstripe Bowl following a disappointing 7-5 regular season.
Wisconsin may have lost a heartbreaker to Ohio State in the Big Ten Championship, but there is plenty for Badger fans to cheer forBy Raul Vazquez | Dec. 13, 2019
A week after the Badgers got a crack at the Golden Gophers after last years drubbing, Wisconsin had another shot for redemption, but this time against the Buckeyes with a Big Ten title on the line.
We have already seen this matchup. Chase Young was dominant with six tackles, four sacks and two forced fumbles and on the offensive end the Wisconsin defense had no answer for JK Dobbins who torched them for 163 yards and two touchdowns on the ground along with 58 receiving yards to add.