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Following Wisconsin's controversial loss to Arizona State Saturday night Jen Bielema sent out a tweet that contained just one word, but that one word said a lot.
Here is the tweet:
— Jen Bielema (@jenbielema) September 15, 2013
Confused? I was at first too, but after looking into it I get what she was saying.
After her husband left Wisconsin the Badgers Athletic Director Barry Alvarez called her hubby a "thug." He later told a USA Today reporter that no one was sorry that Bielema had left.
I get it. There is a reason why coaches and school part ways, but what I don't get is why Alvarez had to talk about Bielema after he was gone. Yes, I know that he isn't the only one to do something like that, but there is no need to talk about a person after they are gone at all. It's classless and petty.
So apparently there was some bad blood between the coach and his former school. After Wisconsin ...
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The ending to Arizona State's 32-30 victory over Wisconsin on Saturday night was downright bizarre.
With the ball in field goal range, no timeouts left and time winding down, Badgers QB Joel Stave centered the ball and took a knee, assuming he'd have time for a clock-killing spike on the next play. Only there was no next play.
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Jen Bielema continues to receive notice for her Twitter actions. Bielema was watching the end of the Wisconsin Badgers-Arizona State Sun Devils game on Saturday night, which had a controversial finish that left Wisconsin with a 32-30 loss. Bielema, whose husband Bret left Wisconsin for Arkansas after seven successful seasons leading the Badgers, termed the […]
Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott today reprimanded and took additional sanctions against officials in Saturday night's Wisconsin-Arizona State game for their incompetent failure to properly handle the end of game situation, and for their failure to act with appropriate urgency on the game's final play.
"This was an unusual situation to end the game," said Pac...
Our weekly look at how Wisconsin ran and passed, this time at Arizona State 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
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Officiating guru Mike Pereira says Wisconsin should have had the chance to run one more play against Arizona State on Saturday night.
I know you've all seen or done this
You're driving and there's a crash on the other side of the road and you can't help but look. And sometimes what you see can make you sick in the pit of your stomach.
Well, there was a train wreck in Tempe Saturday night at the end of the Wisconsin-Arizona State game.
While there was much confusion on the field -- and blame...
The Pac-12 Conference has reprimanded the officials for their handling of the closing seconds in Saturday's game between Wisconsin and Arizona State.
The conference said the officials failed to act with appropriate urgency on the game's final play, when Wisconsin quarterback Joel Stave took a knee at Arizona State's 15-yard line.
Stave went down awkwardly after being...
The fallout from the end of Saturday’s affair between Arizona State and Wisconsin continued earlier this afternoon, when Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott made an announcement regarding punishments for the officials working the game. Sports Illustrated’s Stewart Mandel tweeted out the news – we’ll have specifics for you once they’re released.
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The use of instant replay in college football is great. Not that the on-field officials don’t normally do a good job, but calls are inevitably missed. In the most obvious cases the wrong is righted through replay. Which makes an officiating crew committing egregious mistakes at the end of a game even more frustrating, as was the case with the end of the Wisconsin, Arizona State...
Devils Digest’s and former Arizona State defensive lineman Kyle Caldwell breaks down Arizona State’s 32-30 win over Wisconsin, discussing not only the improbable ending of the contest but also the performance of each of the Sun Devils’ position groups.
Two days after a big win at home against the defending Big 10 champion, Arizona State head coach Todd Graham had time to reflect on the improbable finish that occurred Saturday night in his team’s 32-30 victory over Wisconsin. Despite the much talked mishap that occurred, ASU’s head coach’s feelings about the outcome didn’t change.
As chance would have it, Saturday’s night game marked the first time Arizona State safety commit Jamal Scott attended a collegiate game in person. Suffice to say that this unofficial visit to Tempe was one he would not soon forget. Devils Digest caught up with Scott to talk about the wild finish in ASU’s 32-30 victory over Wisconsin and his overall experience this past weekend.
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