Category Archives: College Basketball

Barry Alvarez’s Place in Wisconsin Sports History is Unique & Unlike Others

Barry Alvarez stepped down as Wisconsin’s Athletic Director today. He will be done on June 30th and ride off into the sunset. A successor has not been named, but Alvarez will not be featured in cutaways at games this fall at Camp Randall Stadium. Alvarez

Is Penn State Football Serious With This Super Bowl Graphic?

As mentioned in a blog post earlier today, everyone is looking for a Super Bowl tie-in. How can you be relevant for the game to drive clicks, engagements, views, etc? It is challenging for some and easy for others. If you’re writing about Kansas City

Davante Adams Joined The Chorus of Praise For Devonta Smith Last Night

Davante Adams might win Offensive Player of the Year this season. An award that has become basically the MVP for people that aren’t quarterbacks. It is between Adams or Travis Kelce. Kelce may win it as it is assumed Rodgers will take home the MVP.

Mayo Bowl Trophy Gets Broken As a Nation Shed a Tear For It

Wisconsin Badgers won the Duke’s Mayo Bowl with an impressive performance against Wake Forest. It’s been a hell of a year for the Badgers, and they celebrated quite a bit after the game. Look, I get it. The COVID stuff has been a mess. Things

Things To Watch For As Wisconsin Gets Ready For Duke’s Mayo Bowl

Bowl games throw off scheduling for blogs and podcasts more than you think. This is a post that probably should have happened on Tuesday, not the day of. But typically when I’m teeing up the Badgers, it is Friday morning heading into Saturday’s game. Wisconsin’s

Mason Stokke is Nominated Again For Pardon My Take’s Lowman Trophy

Wisconsin Badgers’ fullbacks are part of their program. They’ve always been featured prominently in the offense. Other than Gary Andersen’s offense, Badgers always use fullbacks. Sometimes, they use one, and other times they use two. Mason Stokke has been in the program for a few

Wisconsin Blows Out Louisville to Close Out An Impressive Non-Conference Season

Wisconsin Badgers finished up their non-conference schedule on Saturday against Louisville. They were making up the ACC/Big 10 Challenge as the Cardinals battled COVID-19. They’re still battling it and came in pretty wounded. This showed immediately. Wisconsin jumped out to a 21-4 lead in the

Wisconsin Badgers Playing in the Mayo Bowl Is Absolutely Perfect

College football has seen a lot of teams opt-out of bowl games. Wisconsin is not one of them. The Badgers will be playing in a bowl for the 19th straight year. The last time Wisconsin didn’t play in one, I was the young age of

Badgers’ Offense Sputters Again As Wisconsin Falls to Iowa

Wisconsin Badgers football is not having the season they wanted. They were originally ranked in the top 10 and many people thought they could challenge Ohio State for the Big Ten crown. None of that is happening. Instead, Wisconsin finished the regular season with three

Badgers-Hawkeyes Preview: Two Teams Headed in Different Directions

Wisconsin Badgers are in a bad spot. They’ve been dreadful offensively scoring a combined 13 points in their last two games. Wisconsin could not get the ball anywhere close to the end zone in their last game settling for two field goals. And in the