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Saturday, October 01, 2022



Football: Spring game offers first look

After a massive turnover in both players and coaches from one of the most productive offenses in Wisconsin football history, the 2012 Badgers’ offense will take their first step toward another Big Ten title this weekend in the annual Spring Game.

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Football: Safeties look to impress at spring game

Over the past two seasons, most of the attention for the Wisconsin football team went to its offense. From the running back-dominated offense in 2010 that averaged nearly 250 rushing yards per game, to the Russell Wilson-lead campaign that put up more than 44 points per contest, Wisconsin’s offense has been the team’s centerpiece.


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.


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.

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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.

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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.


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.


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.

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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.

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