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With Wisconsin transitioning to a 3-4 defense, the Badgers need more middle linebackers. Having played in every game his first two seasons on campus, junior Derek Landisch is playing his way into one of those roles.
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MADISON, Wis. When the front seven for Wisconsin's defense lines up on the football field next season, Badgers fans will see plenty of familiar last names in red and white jerseys. Where each player is positioned, however, isn't likely to be the same.
Generally speaking, a new coaching staff brings different looks to a team anyway. But the change on defense should be especially...
MADISON, Wis. If you do the math, it isn't difficult to spot Wisconsin's perceived weak link in the defense as the 2013 football season approaches. Six of the Badgers' front seven will be back. One of the Badgers' back four returns.
When opponents study the tape, they're sure to salivate at the prospect of facing an inexperienced secondary. But Badgers safety...
With a loss to Ole Miss in the NCAA Tournament 2nd round most Badgers fans attention turned to next season, it's a shame because they are missing one entertaining team doing things that have never been done before in school history. Of course, we're talking about the Wisconsin Badgers softball team. They are off to one of the best starts in school history, holding an overall...
After spending the majority of his career trying to break through as a running back, fifth-year senior Kyle Zuleger is now taking repetition on the second team of Wisconsin's secondary.
On Wednesday afternoon the Badgers officially announced the addition of a walk-on to their 2013 class, making it a six-pack of players. Wisconsin adds Green Bay (Southwest) product Aaron Moesch to the mix.
Moesch is a 6'8", 200lbs. prospect that led the Trojans to the state regional finals and led the Fox River Classic Conference in scoring, averaging 18.4 points per...