Found September 07, 2013 on
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MADISON, Wis. -- Joel Stave delivers a perfectly thrown spiral 50 yards downfield to a streaking wide receiver in stride, the type of toss only he can provide. He also can stare down his first look on a pass play and send a head-scratching throw into double coverage for an interception.
That type of unpredictability from Stave is confounding at times. But what has made Stave stick as Wisconsin's starting quarterback has been his resilience following those mistakes. And on Saturday, he was at his best during No. 21 Wisconsin's 48-0 blowout of overmatched Tennessee Tech at Camp Randall Stadium after being at his worst.
Stave tossed a second-quarter interception in Tennessee Tech territory -- his second in as many games -- and then proceeded to complete his next 13 throws with a display of confidence and poise that was telling of the sophomore signal caller. That streak included a stellar 10-for-10 touchdown drive in the final two minutes of the first half, which gave Wiscons...
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How can a team that has outscored their opponents 93 to 0 over the course of two games have possibly faced adversity yet? It doesn't make any sense.... Or it has happened and the devil is in the details.
Remember two early interceptions that could've changed the complexion of both the UMass and Tennessee Tech games?
Joel Stave, Gary Andersen and the rest of the...
MADISON, Wis. -- Another cupcake, another blowout victory for Wisconsin on Saturday. This time, the Badgers dismantled FCS foe Tennessee Tech 48-0 at Camp Randall Stadium. The Golden Eagles fumbled on the first play from scrimmage, and it was all but over from there.
Wisconsin fans clamoring for a tougher opponent will get their wish next week against Arizona State. But first, let...
MADISON, Wis. -- You could argue Wisconsin has played the easiest schedule in all of college football through two weeks and you wouldn't hear much resistance. One opponent plays at the FCS level, and the other might as well be considered on the same rung.
So take that for what it's worth. But also consider just how dominant Wisconsin's defense has been during that stretch...
With a relationship with Melvin Gordon and a chance to play right away next year, it looks to be only a matter of time until Highland (KS) Community College defensive lineman Joe Keels makes his pledge to Wisconsin, which offered him Friday.
The Wisconsin Badgers are breaking out their new red football helmets for Saturday's game against Tennessee Tech. Here's the first live look at the new lids.
Getting his first career start in the place of injured fullback Derek Watt, redshirt sophomore Derek Straus didn't wait long to make an impact, scoring his first career touchdown on Wisconsin's first drive and springing several others in a 48-0 rout of Tennessee Tech.