The Badgers picked up a big week-one victory against a Big Ten West opponent that got the best of them in 2019.
A five touchdown performance for Graham Mertz was just enough to earn Wisconsin the No. 9 spot in the AP Top 25.
College Gameday heads to Minneapolis this week for a ranked matchup between a couple of big-name head coaches.
Herbig has impressed all spring and summer, and should factor heavily into Wisconsin's plans to slow down the Illini offensive attack.
A new season brings a new quarterback for the Badgers, and this one has a chance to be more talented than all the rest.
Wisconsin lost two of its most successful linebackers in school history this spring to the NFL. A new core will have to shoulder that load in 2020.
After a strong 2019 that featured an upset of the No. 6 Wisconsin Badgers, Lovie Smith and the Illinois Fighting Illini are looking to continue rising up the ranks in the Big Ten West.
Jack Nelson was a five-star recruit coming out of high school, and now he will join the legacy of Badger offensive linemen.
The 2020 NFL season will see established veterans attempting to cement their legacy, and a hungry and talented class of rookies looking to burst onto the scene. Among these players are many former Badgers in varying situations, looking to make or uphold their names in an increasingly balanced, competitive league.
Wisconsin has been recruiting at unprecedented levels as of late, but even the most optimistic of fans couldn’t have imagined a coup like this.
President Donald Trump spoke with Big Ten President Kevin Warren regarding a potential football season.
For the first time since 1888, Wisconsin will not play a college football season.