Category Archives: College Basketball

Fair or Foul: Davison’s Last Second Charge Causes Stir

Brad Davison is going to be the least liked Badger basektball player in quite some time. The fans will adore him, but the opposing ones will despise him. He plays a perfect role as a successful point guard that gets under people’s skin and takes

Marquette Takes Advantage Of Shorthanded Wisconsin

Marquette Golden Eagles went to Madison for their first true road game of the year. With three losses on the year, Golden Eagles knew a lost at the Kohl Center could damage their tournament resume leaving little room for error in conference play. That didn’t

Badgers Score A Monday Night Bounce Back

Big Ten schedule is wacky this season. You’ve read me clown a bit because it’s so thirsty for the conference to play their tournament a week earlier to just sniff Madison Square Garden. This means different things like Monday games for teams. Big Ten is

Roundball Cow: Marquette & Wisconsin Suffer Tough Home Defeats

Roundball Cow is an old blog post feature that we did on the site years ago. Since I’m a little short on time this week with all of the things happening in sports, we’re going to shorten the Wisconsin and Marquette recaps to one post

Virginia’s Defense Clamps Down Young Badgers

When Wisconsin and Virginia basketball face off against each other, it’s like the meme where two Spidermans are pointing at each other. They are very similar in the way they’re coached and play basketball. When these two teams meet, it’s usually defense that’s the name

UCLA Sinks Wisconsin At The Buzzer

Wisconsin Badgers had a new look to their starting lineup on Tuesday night as head coach Greg Gard made the switch to have freshmen Brad Davison and Aleem Ford as starters. It paid off for Wisconsin. They jumped out to an early lead in the

Wisconsin Can’t Finish Late Run Against Baylor

Wisconsin is a team that’s going to be a lot better in February than they are right now. Badgers head coach Greg Gard is still learning what he has with his young team. For him, this is a new experience, and Wisconsin’s tough non-conference schedule

Bluiett Gets Hot Late & Buries Wisconsin

A day late with the Wisconsin recap, but I checked out the game on DVR on Friday, so you’re getting some thoughts on the game. Xavier-Wisconsin was an enjoyable basketball game. It went down to the wire, and a young Badgers team showed some promise

JP Macura’s Gator Chomp Was Harmless

I’m late to the party, I know this, but I would be remiss if I didn’t talk about JP Macura’s gator chomp at the end of the Xavier-Wisconsin game. Macura is the biggest heel in college basketball this year not named Grayson Allen. And he

Tyler Herro Twists The Knife & Joins Kentucky

When Whitnall standout Tyler Herro chose to decommit from Wisconsin a few weeks ago, it drew the shock and ire of Badgers fans all over the country including some former Badgers like Zak Showalter and Frank Kaminsky. Herro was one of the focal points of