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This offseason marked the first time since the 1980s that Wisconsin had to go through a true coaching search. Athletic Director Barry Alvarez took...
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MADISON, Wis. Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan was named Big Ten Coach of the Year by the league's media members and coaches on Monday.
Ryan claimed the honor for the third time in his 12-year career at Wisconsin and first since 2002-03. He won Big Ten championships in his first two seasons with the Badgers to earn Coach of the Year honors on both occasions.
Ryan surprisingly led the...
MADISON, Wis. New coaching staff. New uniforms. Same quarterback questions.
As Wisconsin's football team begins the Gary Andersen era, one debate that hasn't simmered from the Bret Bielema days concerns which quarterback will emerge as the starter.
Will it be Curt Phillips? Joel Stave? Danny O'Brien? Or someone else?
All three players started at least three games...
3.3 seconds to play. Tie game. Full length of the court to go. Traevon Jackson don't care.
In a game that seemed to be bound to be a disaster for the Badgers, Traevon Jackson made yet another clutch shot, this one to avoid overtime and help UW escape with a win.
Jackson goes the length of the floor in 3.3 seconds and pulls up from NBA range- nothing but net. The #22 ranked...
As Badger fans we've seen our fair share of crazy games and late game heroics under Bo Ryan, but this season will be remembered for two of the best all-time finishes in school history thanks to Traevon Jackson's heroics in Sunday's 63-60 victory over Penn State in Happy Valley.
While it wasn't all pretty for the Badgers they did get an all around effort on the...
If you've been paying attention to championship week (and you should be) then you've already seen your share of buzzer beaters. However, the Big Ten hasn't seen a ton of them at all this year, but there's one team becoming adept at doing it and that's the Wisconsin Badgers.
We all remember Ben Brust's magic over Michigan and on Sunday it was...
The Badgers were at it again. After winning a tough jump ball with 5 seconds left to play, Wisconsin had a chance to win in regulation against Penn State. It was tied 60-60, and the Badgers would have to go the length of the court to score and avoid overtime.
Traevon Jackson took the inbounds pass and dribbled up the floor — just before time expired, Jackson pulled up for about...
Wisconsin Badgers' Traevon Jackson hit another game-winning, buzzer-beating shot to stun Penn State.