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
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The Badgers couldn't hold off a fast-strike Michigan offense in Thursday night's home opener.
Wisconsin went with a more creative offensive approach last week against Michigan, and Davis III emerged as the star of the show.
Saturday's game in Evanston will have massive implications for the rights to Big Ten West supremacy.
Northwestern's defense has already forced a whopping ten turnovers through four games this season.
Through two games, the Badgers' defense is picking up right where they left off last winter thanks to the scheme of Defensive Coordinator Jim Leonhard.
It took just one snap Saturday for safety Scott Nelson to get his 2020 season started on a high note after missing all of last year with a leg injury.
After two weekends off due to COVID-19, the Badgers looked like they hadn't missed a beat in a huge cross-divisional beatdown of Michigan.
Back-to-back victories have the 2020 season looking much more promising than last year's failures.
The pressure is on for a couple of Michigan's play callers this weekend.
Wisconsin's running attack wasn't too impressive in week one without now-Indianapolis Colt Jonathan Taylor in the backfield.
Columnist Jared Schwartz compares the coaching and culture of the Badgers to that of Michigan and Jim Harbaugh.