The Wisconsin Badgers won’t be a top five team in the preseason like they were last season, but they’ll begin their 2019 campaign in the top 20.
Former Badger wide receiver Quintez Cephus, recently acquitted of sexually assaulting two fellow students, has been reinstated immediately to the University of Wisconsin.
A wrong-way driver who crashed head-on into the family of Badger assistant basketball coach Howard Moore near Ann Arbor on May 15 was intoxicated to levels more than 2.5 times the legal limit, according to medical examiner reports obtained by The Detroit News.
Wisconsin men’s basketball is aiming to for a win streak as the heart of Big Ten conference play is right around the corner.
Badgers football coach Paul Chryst is now up for a pair of awards honoring the top coach in college football. Chryst was named a finalist for the 2017 Dodd Trophy. He was previously named a finalist for Paul Bryant Coach of the Year Award.
Brad Davison’s free throw with two seconds to go lifted Wisconsin to an 81-80 win against Western Kentucky on Wednesday night.
Wisconsin linebacker Jack Cichy has decided to forgo applying for sixth year of eligibility with the Badgers and instead will enter the NFL draft.
Badgers freshman running back Jonathan Taylor is closing in on Ron Dayne’s record.
A tough season just got even tougher for the Wisconsin men’s basketball team. Badgers freshman guard Kobe King suffered an injury to his left knee and will undergo season-ending surgery on Monday, the UW Sports Medicine Staff announced.
TJ Edwards, Jonathan Taylor, Troy Fumagalli, David Edwards and Beau Benzschawel have all been named All-Americans by the Associated Press.
Andrew Rowsey scored 24 points on 5-of-6 shooting from 3-point range, Markus Howard added 23 points, and Marquette defeated in-state rival Wisconsin 82-63 on Saturday.
In less than an hour, Wisconsin’s men’s basketball team will face instate rival Marquette in Madison at the Kohl Center. But the Badgers will be without two key players. Guards D’Mitrik Trice and Kobe King will be out indefinitely with foot and knee injuries, respectively, according to the UW Sports Medicine Staff.
Wisconsin bragging rights will be on the line at the Kohl Center in Madison when the Badgers host instate rival Marquette on Saturday at 11 a.m.