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Vince Biegel named to Bronco Nagurski Award watch list

As the college football preseason award watch lists continue to be unveiled one thing is clear for the Wisconsin Badgers — senior linebacker Vince Biegel is getting a lot of attention. That continued on Friday, as Biegel was named to the watch list for the Bronco Nagurski Award. It is the award handed out by the Football Writers Association of America and has been awarded every...
Via Madtown Badgers
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Biegel, Clement named to preseason CFB Award watch lists

It is early July and that means it is preseason award watch list time in college football. After a 10-win season in 2015 and plenty of star talent returning to the Badgers, one wouldn’t be surprised to see UW well represented. Such was the case on the first day of award watch lists being announced on Tuesday, as both linebacker Vince Biegel and running back Corey Clement were named...
Via Madtown Badgers
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Badgers' Vince Biegel, Joe Schobert make for OLB odd couple

MADISON, Wis. -- Vince Biegel and Joe Schobert make for quite the peculiar partners at outside linebacker for No. 22 Wisconsin. Biegel couples his mile-a-minute motor with unique buzz cuts that would make a pro wrestler proud. Schobert is more reserved, a clean-cut senior who looks like the football player next door. Together, they're wreaking havoc on a defense that hasn't allowed...
Via Associated Press
September 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Photo: Tennessee Wide Receiver Jauan Jennings Got An Awesome “Vols” Haircut For Season Opener

Vince Biegel, you’ve been one-upped.  The Wisconsin outside linebacker shaved a “W” into his hair for the Badgers’ season opener against Alabama on Saturday. It’s pretty cool.  It’s not as good as the haircut Tennessee wide receiver Jauan Jennings got, though.  Fresh haircut for WR Jauan Jennings for season opener vs BGSU! #FridayFocus pic.twitter.com/7VoFxplrsD —...
Via College Spun
September 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Wisconsin’s Vince Biegel shaves logo into side of his head

The Wisconsin Badgers open their season in Dallas tomorrow against the Alabama Crimson Tide, and linebacker Vince Biegel is showing some extra school spirit in hopes of bringing his team good luck. On the team’s official Twitter page, a picture was posted of Biegel’s new haircut. On one side of his head, Biegel had the Wisconsin “W” pattern shaved into it. Naturally, it looks...
Via Campus Sports Net
September 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Photo: Wisconsin’s Vince Biegel Shaved The School’s Logo Into His Head

Badgers fans are likely excited for Saturday night’s opener against Alabama in Arlington, Texas. Badgers players might be even more amped. Friday, the school’s Twitter account posted a photo of outside linebacker Vince Biegel and his new haircut. It features the Badgers’ logo. Check it out: New year, new look, same @VinceBiegel. pic.twitter.com/btzDSKgoDU — Wisconsin Football...
Via College Spun
September 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Biegel's 'controlled craziness' adds fuel to Wisconsin's defense

MADISON, Wis. -- The mullet should represent the first sign that something about Vince Biegel is, well, different. Who brings a hairstyle back into fashion that has been locked away (thankfully) for 20 years and whose most well-known "recent" trendsetters are Brian Bosworth and Billy Ray Cyrus? Who asks a barber to carve Wisconsin's motion W logo into the sides of said mullet for...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
November 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Notebook: Biegel 'an animal' as Wisconsin defense overwhelms Purdue

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Wisconsin linebacker Vince Biegel quite simply could not be stopped from wreaking havoc on Purdue's backfield. In fact, the only player capable of slowing him, it seemed, was his own teammate. Following one of his three sacks, the ever-exuberant Biegel began celebrating, when Badgers nose guard Arthur Goldberg -- all 290 pounds of him -- sidled up next to...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
November 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Gary Andersen looking for big things from Biegel, Hayes in 2014

One of the biggest questions this offseason has been what the Wisconsin Badgers will look like on the defensive front seven. Perhaps the biggest unanswered questions this spring was where the pass rush was going to come from this season, especially since it was nearly non-existent last season. UW’s defense ranked sixth in the Big Ten in sacks (26) and 59th overall nationally. While...
Via Madtown Badgers
July 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Most Important Badgers No. 10: Vince Biegel

  Wisconsin Badgers beat writer Jesse Temple will be analyzing the 25 most important players to the Badgers' success in the 2014 season. Check back each weekday to see the latest player on the list. You can find every report here. Note: This is not a list of the team's 25 best players or a series about past success, but rather which of them means the most to how Wisconsin will fare...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
June 09, 2014  |  Discuss
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