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Now that was more fun to watch.
After another somewhat slow start, the Badgers used a big run at the end of the first half, and a quick start to the second to knock off the Ottawa Gee Gees 101-92. The win moved Wisconsin to 1-1 on the Canada trip as the Badgers take tomorrow off before games on three consecutive days.
Again, the Badgers showed that they are going to be playing a different brand of basketball this year, and that’s not a bad thing. While the team may run a little more, there is no way a Bo Ryan coached team will play undisciplined, as he won’t allow it. Wisconsin will still work the shot clock to get a good shot, just expect more creative play from the guards as that’s how the team is shaping up to play.
While the offensive side looked strong tonight, the defense still needs some work. Ottawa could really shoot from the outside, but the Gee Gees were getting too many open looks. Most NCAA teams will hit open threes if given, so that needs to shore up.
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Wisconsin withstood a late rally from the University of Ottawa to hang on for a 101-92 victory in the Badgers' second Canadian exhibition game in as many days Thursday night.For the second consecutive game, forward Sam Dekker led the Badgers in scoring, totaling 20 points on an efficient 9 for 11 field-goal shooting. He also added eight rebounds and seven assists. Joining Dekker...
The Wisconsin Badgers officially unveiled a new alternate red football helmet for the 2013 season during the fourth episode of "The Camp."
Well, we knew it was going to be a tough opener to the trip.
Carleton is a perennial powerhouse in Canada and the Badgers are still trying to figure this new-look team out. That was evident in the first half, as Carleton jumped out to a 51-36 lead on its way to a 95-82 victory.
Even though the loss is disappointing, the results are not the most important idea on the trip...
MADISON, Wis. -- Maybe there is nothing more to say. Curt Phillips and Joel Stave have been battling to be Wisconsin's starting quarterback in 2013 for more than five months. Yet here we are, nine days before the team's season opener, and nobody seems certain which man will emerge from the first huddle of the game.
Not Phillips. Not Stave.
It is out of their hands at this...
This summer may eventually go down as the Summer of the Alternate Helmet. I lost track of how many redesigned and alternate helmets school unveiled over the last few months. Some of them were winners; others--not so much.
Since the summer is not quite over yet why not add another new helmet to the bunch? Wisconsin has unveiled a new style, one that they will be wearing for the...
This new helmet that the Wisconsin Badgers unveiled and will wear on September 7th against Tennessee Tech isn’t a bad concept, but I still think the original looks better. Since the game against Tennessee Tech will be a home game, there will be an awful lot of red in Camp Randall Stadium. It’s not great, but it certainly isn’t the worst helmet that has been unveiled this...
Andrew Endicott, a freshman kicker for the Wisconsin Badgers, will need to make room in his locker this season for a few mementos. Endicott and a few other teammates, including sophomore offensive lineman Ray Ball, hung out with a 6-year old Badger fan named Ryan Ehlert last weekend, giving him a tour of the school’s football facilities. The ‘thank you’ note that Endicott received...
Any concerns about how Wisconsin's Gary Andersen would be accepted by the team's strong fan base may have been dissolved in the wind blowing through a cornfield.
A farmer recently decided to carve a corn maze with the likeness of the face of the Badgers' new coach and the school's signature ''W'' logo on a football.
Welcome to Wisconsin, Gary.
The Wisconsin Badgers are winding down preseason camp and BadgerNation.com publisher Benjamin Worgull gives a quick look at the many changes the Badgers have undergone with new head coach Gary Andersen.
Despite three ACL tears in 22 months and doubt starting to creep in, redshirt freshman tailback Vonte Jackson is not prepared to give up on his dream of playing for Wisconsin.
For seniors Ethan Hemer and Pat Muldoon, the switch from a 4-3 to a 3-4 defense for Wisconsin this season required more than just a change of technique.