For the tenth consecutive season, No. 19 Wisconsin is heading to the postseason.
Wisconsin has 14 representatives on the Big Ten’s three All-Conference teams.
It wasn't the battle the Badgers were expecting, but it was a battle they got.
Winter is coming fast in Wisconsin, as is the end of college football's regular season.
Surrounded by his teammates, senior noseguard Beau Allen waited next to Paul Bunyan’s Axe, watching the play on the field.
Saturday afternoon No. 19 Wisconsin (5-1 Big Ten, 8-2 overall) travels to Minneapolis to square off against No. 25 Minnesota (4-2, 8-2).
If there are two things that one can always count on, it is a bitter Wisconsin winter and a strong Wisconsin Badgers rushing attack.
Badgers put up 676 yards and keep explosive IU offense out of the end zone
November is the most competitive month in college football. As bowl games near, bitter rivalries resume and conference championship races heat up. This week is no different as critical matchups pepper the national landscape.
After the Badgers (4-1 Big Ten, 7-2 overall) played a defensively aggressive game against BYU (6-3) in which they beat the Cougars 27-17 and effectively shut down dynamic sophomore quarterback Taysom Hill, one thing was undoubtedly clear.
Wisconsin triumphed over BYU in a 27-17 victory last Saturday, winning the battle for time of possession 36:02 to 23:58.
As the old adage goes, when you cut off the head of a snake, its body will stop moving.
Even before redshirt senior linebacker Chris Borland returned to the sideline in street clothes two weeks ago against Illinois, head coach Gary Andersen already had a game plan for what to do without his star player.