The Big Ten hasn’t had the best three weeks in the nonconference season, with all teams going a combined 1-10 against Power 5 conferences. Of course, we now play the “Power rank the Big Ten” game, also known as “How embarrassing was your out-of-conference loss?”
Bowling Green (2-1) had a rough start for the season, losing its starting quarterback, 2013 MAC Championship game MVP Matt Johnson, for the year in a 59-31 loss to Western Kentucky (1-2), but has rebounded to win their next two in his absence.
Thanks to his big leg and even bigger personality, freshman kicker Rafael Gaglianone is quickly winning over Wisconsin Badgers players and fans alike.
We’re now three full weeks into the 2014 college football season. That has given us enough time to peruse box scores, watch plenty of highlights and formulate some legitimate Heisman Trophy watch lists rather than preseason predictions that often turn out to be wildly incorrect. Check back in the following weeks for updated rankings.
I’m sure many of you reading this are “owners” of fancy football clubs. Apparently this is the new Internet craze of millennials. Well I’m here to tell you that this fancy fantasy world you’re all caught up in needs to be brought back to utilitarian reality.
As the Wisconsin Badgers took on the Western Illinois Fighting Leathernecks Saturday, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Police Department, too, had a busy day, issuing more than twice as many citations as during last year’s first home football game, according to a UWPD report.
Wisconsin earned a much-needed win after the Aug. 30 loss at the hands of LSU, but the Badgers’ performance prompted concerns that will need to be addressed in the coming weeks before conference play begins.
HOUSTON - When sophomore running back Corey Clement scored a two-yard touchdown early in the third quarter to put Wisconsin up 24-7, it seemed as if the Badgers were well on their way to picking up a monumental win for not only their football program, but for the Big Ten as a whole.