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Conference standings begin to take shape
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Conference standings begin to take shape

Cincinnati and Texas, the lone unbeatens in the Big East and the Big-12 respectively, will be put to the test Saturday. Meanwhile, the winner of the USC and Oregon matchup in Eugene will likely produce the frontrunner for the Pac-10 title. With Iowa comfortably leading the Big Ten, some of the middle of the pack teams will try to separate themselves this weekend.


After bye, Wisconsin gears up for Purdue
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After bye, Wisconsin gears up for Purdue

Bret Bielema made it clear this year's football team is not at all like the squad from 2008. Last season, following a loss to Ohio State, the Wisconsin football team went on a skid, culminating in a four-game losing streak that nearly took the team out of bowl game contention.


Penalties cost Badgers chance at road sweep
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Penalties cost Badgers chance at road sweep

After a dominating performance Friday night, the Wisconsin men's hockey team had a chance to sweep Minnesota State on the road. But back-to-back five-minute majors on the Badgers led to a long power play, handing the Mavericks a win Saturday night and sending Wisconsin home with a frustrating series split. 


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UW continues trend of splits against Buckeyes

For the third time this season, the Wisconsin women's hockey team split a weekend series with a WCHA opponent, losing the first game of a series and coming back to win the second. This time, the Badgers fell against Ohio State 4-3 Friday and returned the favor Saturday with a 5-3 victory.


Badgers look for road win against Mavericks
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Badgers look for road win against Mavericks

After a rough season-opening series, which saw a highly touted Wisconsin men's hockey team take just one point from Colorado College, the task of starting the 2009-'10 season well will not get any easier. The Badgers must now leave the friendly confines of the Kohl Center and head to the intimidating environment of Minnesota State's Verizon Wireless Center to take on the Mavericks Friday and Saturday.


Cardinal promises pain train
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Cardinal promises pain train

The biggest intracollegiate newspaper football rivalry in the country will write another chapter in its storied history today as The Daily Cardinal and The Badger Herald face off in Vilas Park.


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Boise State not in title contention

What isn't there to like about Boise State? It plays on a blue field, runs loads of trick plays and has the potential to turn the college football world on its head by eventually breaking into the BCS title game usually reserved for teams from the top six conferences and, perhaps, Notre Dame.



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