COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the Big Ten as of late, and is leaving the College Football Playoff picture much murkier in the process.
Gameday V: Can the Hoosiers pull out another win without Michael Penix Jr.? An Indiana editor weighs inBy Cole Wozniak | Dec. 4
Indiana will be playing without their star quarterback for the rest of 2020. Can they keep the wins coming?
The Badgers need to take down another top-15 opponent in order to prevent a two-game losing streak.
Another New Jersey running back is climbing up the Wisconsin depth chart with authority.
Wisconsin has now lost three consecutive games after a hot start to the season.
Badger Men’s Hockey: Wisconsin falls to 4-4 after Arizona State series, looks to bounce back against Ohio StateBy Cole Wozniak and Reagan Eckley | Dec. 3
The 14th-ranked Badgers have a chance to recover from last weekend's rough outing against Arizona State as they take on the 13th-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes on Thursday and Friday.
Mueller was named to the U.S. Men's National Team on Monday evening, and will be eligible to play as soon as Dec. 9.
The cornerback's decision comes a week after an injury pulled him out of Wisconsin's loss to Northwestern.
Wahl records his first career double-double, Badgers roll for second straight game against UW Green BayBy Nathan Denzin | Dec. 1
Wahl was a spark plug off the bench for Wisconsin, who needed a kick-start after a sluggish start to the first half.
The 4th-ranked Badgers will take on Will Ryan's Phoenix at 4 p.m. CST on Tuesday, Dec. 1.
The first-ranked Badgers shutout the Buckeyes in Saturday's matchup to earn the series split.
The No. 7 Wisconsin Badgers (1-0) took care of business against the Eastern Illinois Panthers (0-1) Wednesday night, winning 77-67 in the Badgers first game against a real opponent in nearly nine months.
After having their Big Ten championship winning season cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Badgers return to action Wednesday night with plenty of experience on their roster.
This is Wisconsin's third cancelled game in six weeks of Big Ten play.
The 2020 women's basketball season is already off to a rocky start for Wisconsin.
Sports and religion have always been intertwined. Religious studies author Robert Ellis points out that in ancient times, sports were seen as “communication with the divine,” and we see this exemplified in many primordial cultures. Cherokee Native Americans played a game understood to be in the presence of the “Great Spirit,” and this early form of organized sport was a means of ensuring fertility.
A look around some of the high-profile matchups in the Big Ten this Saturday
Gameday IV: Can Northwestern continue its strong start to the 2020 football season? A Wildcat editor weighs inBy Cole Wozniak | Nov. 20
How does a fellow Northwestern student feel about the Wildcats' chances of an upset on Saturday?
The Badgers couldn't hold off a fast-strike Michigan offense in Thursday night's home opener.