Posted January 26, 2013 on
MOBILE, Ala. - Admittedly overwhelmed by the amount of NFL attention this week at the Senior Bowl, Wisconsin offensive lineman Ricky Wagner knows he must settle down and focus in order to impress as he adjusts to life as a potential NFL employee.

Andersen adds OLB Leon Jacobs to Badgers 2013 class

Just two days after adding his 1st commitment as the head coach of the Wisconsin Badgers, head coach Gary Andersen has reportedly added his 2nd commitment to the class and it's another defensive player, but from the completely opposite side of the nation (Mass. to Cal.) - showing once again Andersen's commitment to going where the right players are and not limiting himself...

Badgers to giveaway 'Bo tie' T-shirts Saturday

MADISON, Wis. Put on your shiny shoes and dress slacks Saturday at the Kohl center because the "Bo Tie" is back.All fans that attend Saturday's Wisconsin game against Minnesota will receive a free "Bo Tie" T-shirt featuring Badgers basketball coach Bo Ryan's face across a giant screenprinted bow tie and vest. Last year, similar shirts were issued for...

Jackson makes good on Ryan's 'gut feeling'

MADISON, Wis. Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan didn't need to be reminded that point guard Traevon Jackson hadn't exactly been dazzling anyone with his shooting this season. He also didn't need to be told that the sophomore would work overtime at honing his craft so he could succeed the next time an opportunity arose."You have to work at what you do," Ryan said. "...

Game Preview: Gophers vs. Stupid Badgers

I suppose I should put something down on electronic paper for this Badger game thing that's either Saturday or Sunday, but I must confess, despite my coming back from a rage cloud of shame I'm still not really feeling the writing, you know?  It's pretty simple - the Gophers are the more talented team, Bo Ryan the better coach, and the Badgers have home court.  Advantage...

Badgers bounce pesky Gophers, 45-44, in battle of attrition

Wisconsin played it's 2nd straight U-G-L-Y basketball game, but unlike the previous version they didn't dig themselves a massive hole as they hung on to defeat the Minnesota Gophers 45-44 and stay in the race for the top of the Big Ten. The Badgers (14-6, 5-2 B1G) benefited from missed free throws for a change as a strange sequence of action led to the Gophers' (15-5...

Action Jackson

Shooting slump? What shooting slump? Although shooting 3-for-19 in back-to-back losses, sophomore guard Traevon Jackson scores six points in the final 7:02, including the game winner with 2.1 seconds left, to give Wisconsin a much-needed 45-44 win over No.12 Minnesota Saturday.

Game Recap: Good to the Last Drop

With another opportunity in crunch time, Wisconsin wasn't going to lose another chance to seal the deal. Sophomore guard Traevon Jackson hit the game winner and freshman Sam Dekker sealed the 45-44 victory over No.12 Minnesota with a rebound off a missed free throw, as the Badgers finally got some breaks to go its way.
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