Found October 08, 2012 on
Wisconsin football has dealt with a lot in the past 10 months. First it was six new coaches in the off season, then an in season coaching change, but it's been the rash of injuries that have really led to what can only be described as an under whelming 4-2 start for the Badgers.
As luck would have it it seems as if the Badgers have gotten healthier at just the right time. Entering their 3rd week of Big Ten play signs are pointing to a healthy football team being a much better football team going forward.
"We were a little bit healthier on Saturday than we've been over the last three to four weeks," head coach Bret Bielema said during his Monday Press Conference.
"I think that made a huge difference, especially on the defensive side of the ball, getting Brendan Kelly and pat Muldoon back on defense was huge, especially in the fourth quarter when we needed pressure on the quarterback."
The healing of Brendan Kelly's hamstring an...
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MADISON, Wis. The way Bret Bielema sees it, when the defensive line occupies blockers and funnels the football toward the middle, linebackers should make tackles.But what Bielema, Wisconsin's seventh-year head coach, witnessed on Saturday was something special."I didn't know of any other time during my career where all three linebackers had charted 10 tackles each,...
I'm guessing everyone is talking this morning about how awesome that fourth quarter was to watch. I mean we saw the return of what we're used to seeing from Montee Ball, the offensive line finally showed up, and of course we saw what's becoming common place - a long TD from Joel Stave to Jared Abbrederis.
All of that is amazing and hopefully a positive sign of...
After combining for 32 tackles in the win over Illinois Saturday, Wisconsin linebackers - senior Mike Taylor and juniors Ethan Armstrong and Chris Borland - are the heart of the Badgers' defense.
With 36 days until the Wisconsin Basketball team opens up it's season at the Kohl Center against Southeastern Louisiana, today we'll look at #36, Junior Transfer Zach Bohannon. * 39 Zach Bohannon, brother of former Badger and 1000 point scorer Jason Bohannon, played in 39 games in his 2 year career at Air Force. Bohannon chose to transfer to Wisconsin after his sophomore...
MADISON, Wis. Jared Abbrederis didn't have the first inkling about proper route-running technique, receiver stance or blocking schemes when he joined Wisconsin's football program three years ago. Oddly enough, the top wide receiver in the Big Ten this season was more concerned with throwing passes for a scout team that never saw the field on game day. He had been brought...