Posted October 14, 2011 on
One of three tight ends in the 2011 recruiting class, Austin Maly brings a hometown feel to the program, and a lot of raw abilities that could make a big impact in Wisconsin's starting offense down the road. Badger Nation gets to know the freshman tight end a little better in our popular feature.
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The University of Wisconsin sent out an email to all student season ticket holders pleading with them to refrain from participating in the foulmouthed chants that occur during the team's home games at Camp Randall.
MADISON, Wis. In the adrenaline-infused bowels of Camp Randall Stadium, with Wisconsin football players celebrating yet another blowout victory, there was Travis Frederick somberly expressing disappointment.
Really. Despite a 6-0 start and a No. 4 national ranking already in tow, the Badgers burly offensive lineman had found an area to critique.
Frederick was speaking specifically...
First off props to Michigan Tech Guide for the video. What a horrible way to lose a hockey game and you have to feel for the Wisconsin Badgers. In looking at this video, I don't know how this goal counted for the Huskies. There looks like there is definite contact behind the Wisconsin goal. I am not sure what the WCHA officials saw there?
This is a perfect example of why...
Russell Wilson garners most of the headlines for No. 4 Wisconsin, while Montee Ball piles up the points for the Badgers.
Wisconsin's feature running back has two four-touchdown games already this season, yet he's hardly getting a Heisman Trophy look when he's compared to Wilson, the Badgers' polished signal caller.
''The guy I feel kind of bad for is Montee...
Wisconsin 59, Indiana 7. Eric Crouch did it. Cam Newton did it. Even Andrew Luck did it, just two weeks ago. And now Russell Wilson has done it, too, adding the inveitable "Is there anything this guy can't do?" moment to his Heisman highlight reel on a 25-yard touchdown catch from Montee Ball in Wisconsin's 59-7 obliteration of Indiana. Not to nitpick, Hoosiers...
Fourth-rankedWisconsin bruised and bullied Indiana in a 59-7 victory at Camp Randall Stadium Saturday. The Badgers ran their record to 6-0 overall and 2-0 in Big Ten Conference play.
Here are five things we learned from Wisconsins blowout victory:
The Badgers are showing no mercy.
Wisconsin came into Saturdays game heavily favored 40-point favorites by Las Vegas oddsmakers, in...
No.4 Wisconsin wasn't going to need its best effort to get past Indiana, but that didn't stop the Badgers' offense from running wild. Rushing for 332 yards and four touchdowns and unleashing a perfect halfback pass, running back Montee Ball and quarterback Russell Wilson stole the show as the Badgers crushed the Hoosiers Saturday.
Quarterback Russell Wilson added a new chapter to his brief-but-growing legend, making a touchdown catch on a trick play as No. 4 Wisconsin routed Indiana 59-7 on Saturday. Wilson, who is being touted as a Heisman Trophy candidate by Wisconsin (6-0, 2-0 Big Ten), added another memorable moment to his resume when he caught a 25-yard score from running back Montee Ball in the second quarter.
No.4 Wisconsin's high-scoring offense doesn't have too many negative drawbacks, unless you are the team's senior punter. Brad Nortman hasn't been used much in the last two seasons with the Badgers' lighting up the scoreboard but when he gets the opportunity, Nortman shows he's one of the best in his line of work.
The No. 5 Nebraska volleyball team improved to 7-0 in Big Ten play on Friday night with a 3-0 (25-21, 25-15, 25-21) sweep of the Wisconsin Badgers at the UW Fieldhouse. With the win, the Huskers remained one of two unbeaten teams in conference play.