Wisconsin and 5-star prospects are usually associated with a snowball’s chance in hell. That began to change last year as the Badgers were in the final three for 5-star running back Joe Mixon. However, in the 2016 recruiting class, UW has a very big chance to land one of the nation’s best players.
Yesterday Matt Hayes of the Sporting News rolled out the site’s official ranking of Big Ten coaches, and it got us to think about where we would rank said coaches ourselves. Hayes rated Wisconsin’s own Gary Andersen as the fifth best coach in the league. An injustice you say? Just about right? Well, it got […]
Wisconsin fans should be very familiar with the last name Marble, only this time they won’t be cursing the name. That’s because the daughter of former Iowa basketball standout Roy Marble (and sister of Roy Devyn Marble), Roichelle Marble, signed a national letter of intent to join Wisconsin’s class of 2014. The 5’7″ guard out of […]
Wisconsin’s rich tradition at the international hockey level continues this year, as a trio of Badgers were announced as part of the first 15 members of Team USA for the 2014 IIHF World Championships. Jake McCabe, Jake Gardiner and Craig Smith all will don the USA shirt in Minsk, Belarus from May 9-25.
Wisconsin takes on LSU at Reliant Stadium on August 30, 2014 – in what is perhaps the most anticipated non-conference game in school history. On Tuesday Nola.com reported that the Badgers and Tigers are scheduled to square off in primetime. According to Jim Kleinpeter, ABC/ESPN announced the primetime schedule for the game but have yet […]
When the game doesn’t count and the score was a measly two field goal, 6-0, affair it’s safe to say there wasn’t a lot to get excited about. Considering the number of injuries that limited the offense, one could’ve expected the defense ahead of the offense. Despite the lackluster score and the different format, at […]
Wisconsin’s annual spring game wasn’t much of a game—especially given the injuries and format because of said injuries. In the end, it was Cardinal 6, White 0. The score mattered little to the coaches, the fans, nor the players. Instead, it was all about the individuals on Saturday afternoon at Camp Randall. What everyone ended […]
While Jake McCabe and Michael Mersch both left Wisconsin after the NCAA loss to North Dakota, both are leaving on a high note in their collegiate careers as well. On Friday, the American Hockey Coaches Association named both as All-Americans. McCabe was tabbed a first team All-American, while Mersch leaves Wisconsin as a member of […]
Its just about 24 hours until Camp Randall fills up a bit for the first time since November and the annual Badgers spring game gets underway. Yesterday we began looking at what we should be watching for on Saturday afternoon, checking in on the offensive side of the ball. Today, it’s the defense getting the […]
Is it just us, the Final Four run or the insanely long winter…but does anyone else feel as though the annual Badger spring football game sure snuck up on us all this year? I’m guessing it’s a combination of the last two. Reality is, come Saturday afternoon the Badgers will be on full display in […]
Gordon says Heisman and individual goals aren’t important. Says bringing NC to Wisconsin is only focus.
— MadTown Badgers (@MTBadgers) April 9, 2014
On Tuesday afternoon it was revealed that Wisconsin junior quarterback Joel Stave would be shut down for the rest of spring with shoulder issues. This injury couldn’t happen at a worse time, as Stave is locked in what appears to be a heated battle with fellow junior, Tanner McEvoy, for the starting quarterback job.