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When Wisconsin almost crapped the bed in their opener against FCS Northern Iowa Brett Bielema compared it to a kid sticking his hand near a hot stove and learning his lesson. Midway through their shocking Week 2 loss at Oregon State reader Nick asked us, "If last week was Wisconsin touching the stove, what's this? Dumping a pot of boiling water on their own heads?"
I know a boiling shower might seem preferable to watching the 2012 season play out for some Badgers fans, so we're here with some Monday Medicine to remind you of the good times with Heisman winner Ron Dayne.
Bonus Silver Lining: That dude in the video can still wear his awesome "At Least We Didn't Lose to Appalachian State" shirt in Madison with pride.
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Mike Markuson is out as the offensive line coach for Wisconsin. This was Markuson’s first year with the Badgers and had only coached two games thus far. Before joining Wisconsin, Markuson was an offensive line coach for Arkansas and Mississippi.
Bart Miller, currently in his second season as the quality control coach on offense, is expected to take Markuson’s place. Miller...
MADISON, Wis. Matt Canada stood in front of the firing squad Sunday night, facing questions from the media for the first time since Wisconsin's putrid 10-7 loss at Oregon State one day earlier.
Canada, Wisconsin's offensive coordinator, took sole responsibility for the offensive woes all game long.
"Nobody's any more disappointed than me," Canada said. "...
A shot at the National Championship Game is off the table, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the Wisconsin Badgers season is over.
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The Wisconsin Badgers clearly needed something to change after an embarrassing 10-7 loss to Oregon State on Saturday. Well, a change has been made.
Head coach Bret Bielema fired offensive line coach Mike Markuson after just two games, but he swears it’s not a knee-jerk reaction to his team’s slow start offensively.
Bielema claimed there were personal matters involving Markuson’s...
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