Wisconsin Badgers basketball had a great deal of excitement to their season before the year beginning. The mantra of ‘Unfinished business’ reigned supreme. Wisconsin has not faced a high major opponent yet, but through three games, Wisconsin looks the part of a team that will
Ryan Field is a place of horrors for Wisconsin. It has been for years. Wisconsin has one win there in the last seven tries. They do not like playing at this small stadium in the Chicago suburbs. Northwestern enjoys it though. This game was a
Wisconsin heads on the road for the second straight week. They’re playing Northwestern. It is their first matchup against a ranked opponent this season. Northwestern is off to a great start. The team bounced back from the last two years to have a special team
Wisconsin Badgers came back from COVID-19 to play Michigan on Saturday evening. Badgers were off for two weeks because of COVID-19. No one really knew how they would respond. Vegas and the bettors felt very confident in Wisconsin. The line kept moving towards Wisconsin’s favor
Wisconsin Badgers are returning from likely the two worst weeks in recent program history. Wisconsin started their season with a dominating 45-7 win. The hype around the Badgers grew to new levels and some people thought they could be part of the College Football Playoff.
Wisconsin Badgers will not be playing football on Saturday. It will be another Saturday without the Badgers as they’re shut down for a week. Who knows if it will be longer than that. Wisconsin is the first Big Ten team to have a COVID issue.
Wisconsin Badgers learned yesterday that Graham Mertz and Chase Wolf will not be playing for the next 21 days due to COVID-19. Badgers’ new star quarterback will be shut down after an amazing start to his career. For a guy like Wolf, he will not
Wisconsin Badgers head coach Paul Chryst is up against it. He is in a situation where Chryst has never been in while at Wisconsin. Not sure if he dealt with something like this during his short time at Pittsburgh either. Chryst is down three quarterbacks.
Graham Mertz had one of the best debuts you’ll ever see from a quarterback. He went 20-for-21 with 248 yards of passing and five touchdowns. All of the hype around Mertz seemingly came true overnight. Whether that’s fair to him or not, it appeared that
Big Ten football is back in our lives for the first time since Wisconsin took on Ohio State on December 6th. It feels crazy that we have been watching football for almost six weeks now with no Big Ten games on the slate. Badgers will