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"Parting is such sweet sorrow," - I believe those were words of one famous writer named William Shakespeare and they are famously quoted a lot - however the other half of that quote is "...that I shall say goodnight till it be morrow.” That entire quote seems appropriate given that Wisconsin will say goodbye to five seniors, yet know there goals are far from finished.
On Sunday Badger fans will send off one of the most underrated and perhaps under appreciated classes in the Bo Ryan era. UW will honor starters Jared Berggren, Mike Bruesewitz, and Ryan Evans along with walk-ons Dan Fahey and J.D. Wise one last time and they should be remembered fondly. Yet, there job isn't quite finished yet.
After all, the Big Ten regular season championship is still possible and a high seed in the NCAA tournament is nearly a guarantee. Clearly their last act hasn't been written just yet.
This is also a group that has come a long, long way to get to where they are...
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MADISON, Wis. J.D. Wise sat at a table inside the Kohl Center on Friday afternoon, four television camera lenses and a handful of tape recorders near his face.
"Do I just like look into the distance?" Wise said. "I've never been up here before."
The spotlight hasn't shone brightly on Wise during his college basketball career at Wisconsin. He is rarely...
MADISON, Wis. They shuffled into a Kohl Center locker room in mid-December disappointed but not defeated. Wisconsin's basketball team was only hours removed from a frustrating 60-50 loss at Marquette, but here players were, holding an impromptu meeting to air their grievances on a rare day off.
Wisconsin's record was 6-4, and the Badgers had dropped out of the top 25. More...
MADISON, Wis. Wisconsin senior forward Ryan Evans sustained a right knee sprain during Thursday's practice and is listed as questionable for Sunday's senior day game against Purdue.
Badgers forward Sam Dekker said Evans who did not practice on Friday injured himself while making a move through the lane and attempting to jump off his left foot. The injury occurred before...
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8pts, 3-1oFG's, 2-8 3pt FG's, 3 rebounds, 38 min.
Unfortunately, Ben Brust couldn't keep is ridiculous February play going in this game. Brust had trouble getting anything going offensively and played some not so stellar defense.
Could the NFL have its first ever female player on its hands soon? It will if Lauren Silberman has anything to do with it.
Silberman was a former soccer player for the Wisconsin Badgers in Madison, WI, and recently was found kicking field goals at an exhibition event. After displaying great consistency and leg strength, some of her friends encouraged her to try out for the NFL.
Ricky Wagner added 80 lbs and changed positions to become next in a long line of notable Wisconsin left tackles. He is atheltic and versatile, but how does that translate to the next level? We once more check in with Andrew Rosin for answers on what we can expect for the success from the man following Joe Thomas and Gabe Carimi out of University of Wisconsin to the NFL.
Yep, it's that time of the year again.... It's spring football in the air as February has turned into early March and with that means our annual look at the roster and what we all should be looking for this spring. Only unlike past years this spring is just a bit different than what we've experienced in the past as we welcome Gary Andersen to his first actual on-field...
Senior Jared Berggren led Wisconsin with 13 points, but No.17 Wisconsin saw its offense evaporate in the second half while Purdue found its footing. Senior D.J. Byrd scored 22 points as Purdue registered a huge 69-56 upset at the Kohl Center.
MADISON, Wis. The round of applause from fans was polite but restrained. It conveyed the kind of sad, dispirited tone one might hear for a middle-aged golfer walking the 18th fairway for the final time at a major he once owned, 12-over par with no chance to make the weekend cut. How do you respond when watching individuals defined by their successes sputter at the finish line in...
No matter the caliber of the competition, Wisconsin is poised to continue the stellar play that has it firmly in the hunt for a Big Ten title.
Facing their third straight sub-.500 opponent, the No. 17 Badgers conclude their home schedule trying for a fourth consecutive blowout victory Sunday against struggling Purdue.
Wisconsin's current win streak began against No. 16 Ohio...