To say the Badger volleyball squad has had an outstanding last couple of weeks would be an understatement.
The No. 6 Wisconsin volleyball team (0-0 Big Ten, 6-1 overall) split a pair of weekend matches on their trip to Texas, losing in four sets to Baylor, and routing North Texas 3-0. In their match vs.
The Badgers defense features seven new starters this year, three in the secondary alone. Of those new faces, Scott Nelson is the player to keep an eye on as the year progresses.
This past weekend, the Wisconsin Badgers volleyball team (3-1) picked up two huge wins against two strong programs in the HotelRED Invitational. In Saturday’s home opener, the No. 8 Wisconsin Badgers welcomed No. 2 Texas Longhorns (3-1) to a sold-out Wisconsin Field House.
Entering the final weekend of the regular season, No. 18 Wisconsin wrestling (4-3 Big Ten, 7-3 overall) is looking to finish strong as it welcomes Rutgers and Purdue to Madison before the Big Ten tournament comes into focus. In its first match Friday night UW hosts No. 21 Rutgers (2-6, 6-7). It will be UW and Rutgers’ first time meeting since the 2015-’16 season, where it came down to the wire, and the Badgers pulled out a 18-15 victory.
The Wisconsin Badgers (3-2 Big Ten, 6-2 overall) wrestling team hosted the Indiana (0-5, 6-6) Friday night, and found themselves in a dog fight early as they trailed 12-3 after three matches, which included two pins by the Hoosiers.
1. Baker Mayfield, RS Senior QB- Oklahoma At this point, Mayfield has a firm grasp of the steering wheel in this Heisman year.
1. Baker Mayfield, Redshirt Senior QB- Oklahoma In the game known as “Bedlam,” Baker Mayfield showed that he is the top dog for the Heisman this year.
When the Badgers played a tight game against Purdue just a few weeks ago, the biggest play of the game wasn’t a Jonathan Taylor touchdown or a Troy Fumagalli catch, but rather, an interception inside the Badgers’ 20-yard line which helped ice the game and keep Wisconsin’s unbeaten season alive.