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Wisconsin Football: Make or Break November

The 2014 Wisconsin football campaign has, for the most part, gone completely unnoticed nationally after they lost their opening game against LSU on a national stage.  Wisconsin had their chances to put the game away, as they led for a full 3 quarters and collapsed down the stretch as LSU shut down the badger offense in the second half and injuries took their toll on the young badger...
Via Talking 10
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

How the Badgers ran and passed: Game 7

One thing seems to remain constant for Wisconsin when running the ball is success when running outside of the left tackle. That remained true against Maryland despite not having the usual lofty rush average Badgers running backs have been used to lately. (In fact, Melvin Gordon didn't have a rush of 10+ yards until his final two carries, both of which went for more than 20 yards...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Road win over Rutgers huge for Wisconsin Badgers’ late-season push

It’s hard not to feel good after a 52-7 win against a fellow Big Ten team, especially when you played the way the Badgers did in the win. However, don’t expect Wisconsin to rest on its laurels from that game for long. That’s because Wisconsin faces a road game, and last time anyone checked the Badgers haven’t exactly fared well when traveling away from the confines of Camp...
Via Madtown Badgers
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Barry Alvarez shares his voting criteria for College Football Playoff

Wisconsin Badgers athletic director Barry Alvarez is about to become part of college football history once again. On Tuesday night the first ever College Football Playoff Top 25 will be revealed, and Alvarez is a member of the 12-person selection committee. Ahead of the vote being revealed, he sat down with Campus Insiders and shed some light on how he looks at teams and what metrics...
Via Madtown Badgers
1 day ago  |  Discuss

3-star DT Olive Sagapolu commits to Badgers

Wisconsin hosted just three uncommitted prospects for the Maryland game this past weekend, and now they’ve landed verbal commitments from two of those three. On Monday, our recruiting partners at Badger247 report that 3-star defensive tackle Olive Sagapolu gave his verbal pledge to Wisconsin before leaving for home back in California. Sagapolu became the 22nd player to commit to...
Via Madtown Badgers
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Badgers' reserve guard Hill: 'I don't want to be on the bench'

MADISON, Wis. -- Jordan Hill spent most of his offseason time in two worlds: Working on his basketball skills and thinking about working on his basketball skills. Every player wants to find areas to improve, but Hill entered the summer with a feeling of even deeper purpose after a freshman season in which he barely played for Wisconsin. During the course of those workouts, Hill contemplated...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Koenig lifts white over red, 57-56, in annual Badgers basketball scrimmage

An announced crowd of 8,002 witnessed the annual Badgers Red/White scrimmage at the Kohl Center on Sunday afternoon, and those in attendance were treated to a nail-biter. It came down to sophomore Bronson Koenig hitting a pull-up jumper with 2.8 seconds left, as the white squad beat the red, 57-56. Koenig’s jumper put him in to double digits, ending with 10 points to his credit...
Via Madtown Badgers
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Wisconsin 52, Maryland 7: Joel Stave makes case to be Badgers full time QB

Wisconsin came in to the last two games and three weeks wanting to play a two-quarterback system. However, Joel Stave had other designs on Saturday against Maryland. The junior quarterback made an emphatic statement in the Badgers’ 52-7 win over the Terps, perhaps cementing himself as the one guy we’ll see behind center from here on out. It was a game out of nowhere, considering...
Via Madtown Badgers
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Wisconsin Runs the Fake Punt-Jump Pass to Perfection Against Maryland

Maryland is not a bad team, but they are no where near being in the same class as Wisconsin. So seeing the Badgers beat the Terrapins down 52-7 is not entirely surprising. With Melvin Gordon in the backfield (122 yards, three TDs) leading the way the Badgers are a tough team to beat.What was a little surprising however was how easy this fake punt-jump pass was.@SBNationGIF/TwitterRead more »
Via FatManWriting
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Wisconsin punter Drew Meyer channels inner Tim Tebow

Wisconsin football will never be flashy, that much is a given. But when it goes off script it is usually glorious in nature. Such was the case on Saturday, as the Badgers faced a no man’s land punting situation. Rather than play field position Wisconsin decided to make punter Drew Meyer go all Tim Tebow and jump pass it. Well, that was the idea anyway…either it was a replica...
Via Talking 10
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Maryland Terrapins at Wisconsin Badgers: Betting odds, point spread and tv info

The Maryland Terrapins and Wisconsin Badgers will face off against one another on Saturday in a match-up of two Big Ten schools. Maryland (5-2) and Wisconsin (4-2) both enter this game unranked and looking to avoid their second conference loss of the season. Coverage of the game between these two will air on the Big Ten Network beginning at 12:00 pm ET from Camp Randall Stadium...
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Next Breakout Star: Wisconsin Basketball

It seems like every season a Bo Ryan coached player explodes on the scene and surprises everybody with their level of improvement from the previous season.  Last year it was relatively easy to identify Badger Forward Frank Kaminsky as the 2013-14 breakout player.  Kaminsky exploded for a school record 43 points against the North Dakota St Bison early on in the season, which set...
Via Talking 10
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Vines: Bo Ryan Donates $53,355 To The American Cancer Society At Wisconsin’s “Shooting Down Cancer” Event

Bo Ryan and Wisconsin basketball hosted its third annual “Shooting Down Cancer” event today, where UW students and players shot around to raise money for Coaches vs. Cancer and the American Cancer Society. One of the fundraising efforts was the #MakeBoPay campaign, in which Ryan would donate money based on student attendance and shots made. The Daily Cardinal has more details...
Via College Spun
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Ferrell named preseason first team All-Big Ten, Wisconsin tabbed as league favorite

Yogi Ferrell was named to the preseason all-Big Ten team and the Wisconsin Badgers are the unanimous pick to the win the 2014-2015 Big Ten men’s basketball championship, the conference announced earlier this morning at its media day. Here’s the full release: Rosemont, Ill. – Wisconsin has been chosen as the unanimous Big Ten favorite […] The post Ferrell named preseason first...
Via Inside the Hall
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Wisconsin adds another prospect to Top 25 class

The Wisconsin Badgers currently have a top 25 recruiting class in the 2015 recruiting cycle, with two top 100 prospects, power forward Alex Illikainen and guard Brevin Pritzl both pledged. The Badgers added a third prospect, as 6′-7″ power forward Charlie Thomas of River Hill (MD) picked Wisconsin as well. The news was first reported by Marcus Helton ...
Via Hoopniks
15 days ago  |  Discuss
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