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Football

Gordon
COLUMNS

Football: Badger backs have impressed

With spring practice now over halfway done, the Wisconsin football team is looking forward to its spring game on April 28, and, to this point, head coach Bret Bielema likes the way his team is shaping up.


O'Brien
COLUMNS

Football: Former Maryland QB transfers to UW

With the departure of Russell Wilson, one of the biggest questions facing the Wisconsin football team for the 2012 season was its situation under center. Consider those questions answered with Wednesday’s news that former Maryland quarterback Danny O’Brien has decided to take his talents to Madison.


Jeff Duckworth
FOOTBALL

Football: Badgers flying high

INDIANAPOLIS—A victory in the first-ever Big Ten Championship game was always going to leave a sweet taste. But after the No. 15 Badgers (7-2 Big Ten, 11-2 overall) defeated No. 13 Michigan State (7-2, 10-3) 42-39 on Saturday night, that sweet taste was even sweeter after the events that transpired when the teams last faced off in East Lansing.


Photos: The B1G Championship Press Conference
FOOTBALL

Big Ten Championship: Pregame notes

INDIANAPOLIS-Friday's preview in the paper focused mostly on No. 15 Wisconsin's (6-2 Big Ten, 10-2 overall) defense and No. 11 Michigan State's (7-1, 10-2) offense. Here are a few notes about the opposite sides for each team.


Wilson
FOOTBALL

Badgers ready for title game rematch

After capturing the inaugural Leaders Division title Saturday, the Wisconsin football team (6-2 Big Ten, 10-2 overall) is preparing to take on rival Michigan State (7-1, 10-2) for the Big Ten Championship in a highly anticipated rematch.


Wilson
FOOTBALL

Football: Crucial Penn State matchup looms

Coming into Saturday’s game against Illinois, the Wisconsin football team (5-2 Big Ten, 9-2 overall) had struggled on the road. However, a second half comeback helped exorcise the Badgers’ road demons and sets up a do-or-die matchup with Penn State (6-1, 9-2) Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.


Montee Ball
FOOTBALL

Football: Road demons exorcised in comeback

Final scores can often be misleading, and Wisconsin's 28-17 win over Illinois Saturday is certainly no exception. While the Badgers (5-2 Big Ten, 9-2 overall) survived their final road test and continue to control their own destiny in the Big Ten Leaders Division, this game was far from pretty.


Paul Bunyan's Axe
FOOTBALL

Badgers prepared to defend the Axe

It is rare that the week featuring Wisconsin vs. Minnesota arrives and the talk of historical impact in the Big Ten does not center around Paul Bunyan’s axe. That is exactly the case this year, as the devastating facts continue to surface in State College, Penn., and major announcements keep coming from Penn State University.


Ball
FOOTBALL

Football: Badgers ready to renew Border Battle

While the agony of defeat may be a harsh pill to swallow, the Wisconsin football team (3-2 Big Ten, 7-2 overall) showcased its resiliency with a convincing 62-17 victory over Purdue, avenging two consecutive losses on the road. Wisconsin’s exceptional running attack was in full force as junior running back Montee Ball rushed for a career-high 223 yards and tied Brian Calhoun’s school record of 24 touchdowns in a season.


Borland
FOOTBALL

Analysis: UW benefits from a bit of home cooking

It is no secret that the Wisconsin football team prefers to play its games in Madison. But after Saturday’s 62-17 victory over Purdue (2-3 Big Ten 4-5 overall), a victory that came on the heels of two-consecutive losses on the road, it is clear that the Badgers (2-2. 7-2) are a different team inside the confines of Camp Randall Stadium.


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