Wisconsin went out on a high note in 2020, thanks to a flurry of turnovers forced by the defense.
Paul Chryst has a nice 5-1 record in bowl games as Wisconsin Head Coach. Will he get win number six today?
After a foot injury kept him sidelined for all of 2020, Jack Coan will head elsewhere to play quarterback next season.
The Axe rivalry brings the intensity every season, no matter the circumstances.
Wisconsin leads the all-time series 61-60-8. Will the Axe stay in Madison another year?
No. 1 Alabama has not one, but two Heisman Trophy candidates at the top of the board as the 2020 regular season comes to a close Saturday.
For Wisconsin, matching up against a rough Minnesota squad may be the perfect opportunity to get back on the right track.
Limiting the Minnesota rushing attack will be critical in stopping a three-game losing streak for the Badgers in the Big Ten finale Saturday.
Graham Mertz's last two games have been as unforgettable as the first two were memorable. Should Wisconsin go back to Jack Coan?
Wisconsin needs to win the battle in the trenches to come home with a victory over an impressive Iowa team.
Thirteen points in eight quarters has the Wisconsin offense searching for answers as an odd 2020 season nears its finish.
Indiana has had an impressive season so far, but the loss of star QB Michael Penix Jr. could limit their offensive potential.
COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the Big Ten as of late, and is leaving the College Football Playoff picture much murkier in the process.
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Indiana will be playing without their star quarterback for the rest of 2020. Can they keep the wins coming?
The Badgers need to take down another top-15 opponent in order to prevent a two-game losing streak.
Another New Jersey running back is climbing up the Wisconsin depth chart with authority.
The cornerback's decision comes a week after an injury pulled him out of Wisconsin's loss to Northwestern.
This is Wisconsin's third cancelled game in six weeks of Big Ten play.
Sports and religion have always been intertwined. Religious studies author Robert Ellis points out that in ancient times, sports were seen as “communication with the divine,” and we see this exemplified in many primordial cultures. Cherokee Native Americans played a game understood to be in the presence of the “Great Spirit,” and this early form of organized sport was a means of ensuring fertility.