Found September 24, 2013 on
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With the start of college basketball season on the horizon, we’ll be taking a long look at the conference at large as well as Indiana’s roster over the next month. Today, we continue our look at the Big Ten with the Wisconsin Badgers.
The brand of basketball in Madison may not always be easy on the eyes, but the results cannot be called into question. Over 12 seasons at Wisconsin, Bo Ryan has two Big Ten championships and the Badgers have never finished outside of the top four in the conference standings. That's consistency.
Of course, that begs the question: Is this finally the year Wisconsin falls into the middle of the pack in the league? A quick survey of preseason prognostications says no. That optimism is centered largely around the upside of Sam Dekker, pictured above, and a solid nucleus of returning players in the backcourt.
Dekker, one of four true freshman to start under Ryan, appears poised for a huge year. Ryan Evans is no longer going to take minutes from Dekker...
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MADISON, Wis. -- The two quarterbacks have gone overlooked at various career points because of their height, pigeonholed and disregarded as talented but too short.
For that reason, they have carried an even greater desire to prove a quarterback's success is not predicated strictly on a single factor outside of their control. Plenty of other elements exist, too: arm strength...
There were plenty of impressive runs at Camp Randall on Saturday as James White and Melvin Gordon combined to rush for 292 yards for the Badgers in a 41-10 rout of Purdue.
The most important run of the day, though, had nothing to do with football.
The University of Wisconsin was honoring 13-year-old Bella Lund on the field as the recipient of the military family of the game after...
US Army Reserves Captain Jamie Renee Lunde came back from duty earlier than anticipated, and the University of Wisconsin helped set up this fantastic reunion between her and her daughter. If this doesn’t make you tear up then you need to get your head checked.
MADISON, Wis. -- Praise has been rolling in this week by the bushel about Wisconsin's dominant running game this season, and you'd be hard-pressed to consider any of it too outlandish given the eye-popping statistical output.
Wisconsin ranks third nationally in rushing offense (349.8 yards per game). The Badgers have three tailbacks in the top 50 in rushing yards per game...
Our weekly look at how Wisconsin ran and passed, this time vs. Purdue as well as for the season.
A brief key:LI = left inside; LO= left outside; LW = left wide (i.e. end around); MID = middle; RI = right inside; RO = right outside; RW = right wide; INT = intended receiver on an interception
Run vs. Purdue PLAYERLI RUSHLI YDSLI AVGLO RUSHLO YDSLO AVGLW RUSHLW YDSLW AVGMID RUSHMID...
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By GENARO C. ARMAS AP Sports Writer They're at it again, those run-crazy Badgers.
After another stellar day on the ground for Wisconsin, the partisan discussion floating around Camp Randall Stadium following the 41-10 victory Saturday over Purdue was whether Melvin Gordon and James White formed the best 1-2 backfield punch in the country.
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