Wisconsin needs just one more win to become Big Ten Champions for the 2021 season.
It's championship weekend for the Badgers, who shape up favorably to the nation's title contenders.
The Badgers lost their seventh straight game to a ranked Big Ten opponent Tuesday night.
The No. 25 Wisconsin Badgers (10-8 Big Ten, 16-9 overall) have been in somewhat of a tail spin over the last month, posting just a 3-5 record over the last 28 days, including losses to all four ranked teams they played.
Wisconsin's comeback heroics clinched them a conference title on Saturday afternoon as they hold onto the No. 1 ranking in the nation.
The No. 23 Wisconsin Badgers (10-8 Big Ten, 16-9 overall) showed heart late in the game against the No. 5 Illinois Illini (15-4 Big Ten, 19-6 overall) to climb back from a 12 point deficit in just two minutes, but it wasn’t enough to pull out the win in the end, losing 74-69.
The Badgers' rematch against the Illini will see their opponents without their most dangerous player.
The Badgers can clinch a regular-season title with two points this weekend in Duluth.
In a Thursday afternoon release, UW Athletics announced that the program would be put on pause due to COVID-19 within the program.
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Ten straight wins for the Badgers, though they haven't been *quite* as dominant as of late.
Wisconsin had a chance to earn the sweep on Saturday, but let the Fighting Irish squeak out a come-from-behind win to earn the split.
The Badgers easily won their first game against Michigan State, with a second game slated for Sunday afternoon.
The No. 1 Badgers will take on a scrappy Spartan team in East Lansing this weekend.
The No. 21 Wisconsin Badgers (9-7 Big Ten, 15-8 overall) came up short against a top ranked opponent again Thursday night, falling to the No. 11 Iowa Hawkeyes (10-5 Big Ten, 16-6 overall) 77-62 in a contest that was really decided in the first 10 minutes.
While many questions remain, Wisconsin AD Barry Alvarez said Thursday that he's planning to welcome Badger fans back soon.
The Badgers are 2-point favorites against a Hawkeyes team that is ranked 10 spots ahead of them in the AP Poll.
A strong sequence from the sophomore gave Wisconsin a commanding lead in the second set that the Badgers needed.
The Badgers notched one of the Big Ten's best recruiting classes in with their most impressive class in history ... so far.