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San Diego road trip ends with pair of losses
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San Diego road trip ends with pair of losses

After posting back-to-back shutouts on the regular season's first weekend, the Wisconsin men's soccer team gave up six goals in two losses this weekend, losing 3-0 to San Diego on Friday night and 3-2 to San Diego State Sunday afternoon. The Badgers (1-2-1) were in San Diego as a participant in the four-team Courtyard by Marriot San Diego Central Tournament. 


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The Big Ten has work to do to impress national audience

Until the Big Ten season begins on the fourth Saturday in September, I will swallow my pride and root for Wisconsin's despised in-conference opponents. Minnesota, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio State... you name them, and I will be rooting for them. After all, the more impressive the Big Ten conference looks on a national scale, the better Wisconsin looks in the rankings and to potential recruits. 


Bulldog rematch will provide better test
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Bulldog rematch will provide better test

Just a year after clinging on to a three-point lead in front of a record crowd in Fresno, Calif., Wisconsin will look to replicate last year's result with a different attack when they square off against Fresno State Saturday.


Quarterback and forth
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Quarterback and forth

If the Badgers' first offensive play last week is any indication of how the two quarterback system will affect opposing defenses, Wisconsin's quarterbacks should enjoy some great games and put up some impressive numbers.


Badgers must count on youthful linebackers
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Badgers must count on youthful linebackers

It may seem a quite bold for a player making his first start to call that he will force a turnover on the next play. But when you deliver on that prediction, as freshman linebacker Mike Taylor did on Saturday against Northern Illinois, that is another story.


In final season, Lorenz hopes for NCAA bid
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In final season, Lorenz hopes for NCAA bid

When Scott Lorenz dresses before a game, it's always the same routine.  Every piece of equipment for the left side goes on before the right side. The senior forward for the Wisconsin men's soccer team has developed a nice routine on the field as well by putting the ball in the back of the net on a regular basis.



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