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Crystal Ball Run:
All-in-all it was a 7-5 regular season for the Badgers and a lot of it had to do with the QB carrousel never stopping. It's never good when you have to talk about three quarterbacks making multiple starts, but that's exactly what happened to the Badgers.
Yet, Wisconsin found a way to win it's third straight Big Ten championship - proving that in an era where the QB is king defense and running the football well can still win you championships.
Having said that as they move into a new era with head coach Gary Andersen bringing in a new offensive coordinator in Andy Ludwig. It'll be a fresh start for everyone involved and that can only be a good thing for a group that needs to put 2012 in the rearview mirror and get a fresh start.
Wisconsin started the season with "highly touted" transfer Danny O'Brien behind center, but things clearly weren't working after a lackluster opener against FCS foe Northern Iowa and a terrible p...
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MADISON, Wis. Of all the position groups to have a depth shortage emerge for Wisconsin's football team this spring, who'd have thought it would be at running back?
When Wisconsin takes the field at 4 p.m. Saturday for its annual spring game, that's exactly the predicament that will face the Badgers. Projected starting tailback James White will sit to avoid injury, and...
MADISON, Wis. Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen's play script called for one more offensive series during a spring scrimmage two Saturdays ago when he blew the whistle, called his team into a huddle and ended practice. He was neither overjoyed nor disgusted. He simply needed to conserve the energy of the few offensive linemen capable of participating.
It hasn't been the easiest...
MADISON, Wis. Wisconsin's running back corps has predominantly been known as a bruising bunch that prides itself on dragging defenders for extra inches between the hash marks. Badgers tailbacks are tasked with carrying the ball so often in a pro-style scheme, another important skillset often goes overlooked entirely: catching passes.
If first-year coach Gary Andersen and offensive...
It's just six days away, of course we are talking about the annual Badgers spring football game, and with that a lot of storylines have developed since we previewed each position group heading into spring. So with that, welcome out our 1st annual "Spring Game Week."
We'll be getting you ready for the spring game on Saturday with a look at the biggest storylines...
Hoping to capture that elusive Rose Bowl victory, the Wisconsin Badgers have built a state-of-the-art nutritional facility along with their sparkling new weight room.