NCAA Football: Indiana at Bowling Green

Opposition Research: Scouting Bowling Green’s offense

Yesterday we gave you the look in to what the Bowling Green defense looks like, how it stacks up and what Wisconsin needs to do to win. Today, it’s the Falcons’ offense that goes under the microscope. One thing that’s for sure, this team will be winning games based off its offense all season long, […]


Badgers Men’s Basketball student tickets sell out in 5 minutes

MADISON, Wis. — Tickets to Wisconsin’s famous Grateful Red student section went on sale Wednesday, September 17, at 7:00 a.m. By 7:05 a.m., all 2,100 were gone. With the sellout, the student section at the Kohl Center for Wisconsin men’s basketball has completely sold out for 10 of the last 13 seasons. However, a number […]

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Badgers 2015 commits: Lee, Pickard 2014 highlights (Video)

High school football is underway, and that means we’re on watch for the next class of Badgers to come in to the fold. As such, we plan on giving you regular updates on the play of the commits as video and stats become available. This week we’ll focus on updating the highlights that are currently […]

NCAA Football: Bowling Green at Western Kentucky

Opposition Research: Bowling Green defensive scouting report

After a bye week, the Wisconsin Badgers return home to Camp Randall to take on just the second FBS team of the season and get above .500 for the first time this season. Bowling Green comes in to Camp Randall on the heels of a 45-42 win over Indiana in Week 3 of the college […]


Alex Erickson seen as focal point of Badgers offense going forward

Walk-on to star player, it’s a story very familiar to the Wisconsin Badgers’ program. Whether we’re talking Jim Leonhard, JJ Watt or Jared Abbrederis — the story of Wisconsinites chasing dreams and excelling in the face of incredible odds is a tale as old as the BCS era.  Just ask the 15 former walk-ons that […]


UW Women’s soccer stays unbeaten thanks to unlikely hero

The Badgers women’s soccer team came in to Friday afternoon’s game against Michigan State ranked No. 9 in the country and unbeaten, but it was facing life without star Cara Walls as Big Ten play opened. UW left East Lansing for Ann Arbor still unbeaten thanks to one unlikely hero — freshman Becca Harrison. It’s a […]


Badgers volleyball wins home opener, remain unbeaten on the season

Wisconsin volleyball has traveled well so far this season, but it was nice to be home on Friday night as the Badgers played host to the annual HotelRed Invitational. It took just three sets for the No 4-ranked Badgers to dispatch of their first round opponent, Miami (FL), and remain unbeaten on the season. It […]


Badgers bye week TV viewers guide

A bye week can be a black hole in the lives of those who live and breath Wisconsin Badgers football (ourselves included). Luckily it’s also a chance for us to take a look at the rest of the conference and college football world. While we love our Badgers, after losing to LSU in Week 1, […]


Report: Badger hockey legend Bob Suter dies

The University of Wisconsin, the city of Madison and United States hockey wouldn’t be the same without the name Bob Suter. However, the hockey world and the Badgers athletic family will be down one of the greats. Andy Baggot of the Wisconsin State Journal is reporting that Bob Suter has passed away at the age […]


Wisconsin Badgers football: Is this 2006 all over again for UW?

“Those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it.” — Edmond Burke Those words are a sort of credo for my life in general, but they are also words that all Wisconsin Badger fans should put in the back of their mind. Why? It’s because those words can help us explain what we are […]