Wisconsin has only managed to play six games this season, four of which have already come against the Buckeyes.
The Badgers took down the nation's best team on Saturday. Can they keep the momentum going on Sunday?
After a long COVID-19 pause, Wisconsin will have to take down a tough Ohio State team to hold onto the nation's top ranking this weekend.
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Badgers and former Badgers alike showed out for their national teams at the World Junior Championships in Edmonton.
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The Badgers and Gophers will face off on Saturday and Sunday in the Badgers' first game since 2020.
D’Mitrik Trice and Tyler Wahl came through in a huge away for No. 8 Wisconsin (10-2 overall, 4-1 Big Ten) in clutch time against Indiana (7-5 overall, 2-3 Big Ten) Thursday night, nailing clutch shot after clutch shot to sink a pesky Hoosier team 80-73 in double overtime.
The Hoosiers and Badgers will face off for the 124th time since 1949 on Thursday night.
The first-ranked Badgers are back on the ice this weekend after a long hiatus thanks to COVID-19 protocols.
Wisconsin went out on a high note in 2020, thanks to a flurry of turnovers forced by the defense.
Paul Chryst has a nice 5-1 record in bowl games as Wisconsin Head Coach. Will he get win number six today?
After a foot injury kept him sidelined for all of 2020, Jack Coan will head elsewhere to play quarterback next season.
The Axe rivalry brings the intensity every season, no matter the circumstances.
The Badgers sleigh-d the Spartans on Christmas Day in East Lansing.
It took awhile for Wisconsin to get going in their Big Ten opener against Nebraska Tuesday night — but thanks to a 16-0 run in the second half, the Badgers were able to take down the Cornhuskers by a final of 67-53.
The Huskers will try to "shuck" the Badgers on Tuesday night. Get it?
Wisconsin leads the all-time series 61-60-8. Will the Axe stay in Madison another year?
What looked on paper to be the No. 12 Wisconsin Badgers biggest challenge of the season against No. 23 Louisville Cardinals ended up being a blowout from buzzer to buzzer — ending 85-48 for the Badgers.