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Wisconsin fullback Bradie Ewing is determined to prove he belongs in the NFL.
And the Badgers' Special Teams Player of the Year and Academic All-Big Ten Conference selection has been working to leave an impression on the NFL brass this week heading into today's Senior Bowl.
Ewing provided a lot of versatility for Wisconsin as a tough lead blocker, runner, receiver and special-teams contributor.
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Host North Dakota used a barrage of 41 total shots on goal to blitz the Wisconsin Badgers, 4-2, Saturday night in WCHA men's hockey action. North Dakota saw three players produce two points, a list that included Danny Kristo, Ben Blood and Brock Nelson. With its win, North Dakota improved to 15-10-2 overall.
The hosts got the game-winning goal late in the...
Grand Forks, ND---There is an old saying in hockey that you sweep at home and split on the road. On Saturday night, the University of North Dakota was looking for that allusive sweep against the Wisconsin Badgers. Sweeps at home have been hard to come by as of late for UND.
At the Wednesday media day, UND head coach Dave Hakstol talked about splits not being good enough anymore...
Madison, Wis. - The No. 7 Nebraska wrestling team put together a dominant performance on Sunday afternoon by shutting out the Wisconsin Badgers, 36-0, for its fifth Big Ten dual win of the season. The Huskers recorded their second shutout of the year by winning all ten bouts, including five in bonus-point fashion at UW Field House.
It’s Friday, so that means there is a lot of college hockey news to be read and sift through. It’s also the All Star break so there won’t be a lot of NHL news this weekend, except for the All Star game. Frankly, I find the All Star Game to be boring.
Bruce Ciskie has a nice article; Jack Connolly Marches Toward History.
Here is this weeks Through These Doors episode...
Ben Brust scored 13 points and No. 25 Wisconsin continued its recent rebound in the Big Ten, beating No. 16 Indiana 57-50 on Thursday night. Ryan Evans added 12 points for the Badgers (17-5, 6-3), who had recovered from a rough start to conference play by winning their past five games -- including road victories at Purdue and Illinois.
Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan and players Ryan Evans, Jared Berggren, Jordan Taylor and Ben Brust address the media following Thursday's 57-50 victory over Indiana.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) Wisconsin had already bounced back from its rough start in the Big Ten. Now Jordan Taylor and the 25th-ranked
Badgers know they can win even on a bad shooting night.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) Ben Brust scored 13 points and No. 25 Wisconsin continued its recent rebound in the Big Ten, beating No.
16 Indiana 57-50 on Thursday night.