Wisconsin gained its second recruit in as many days on Thursday, picking up a verbal commit from Gary Andersen's old stomping grounds.
BUDDY COMEDY. BUDDY COMEDY. DO IT. DOOO IIIIIT twitter.com/bretbielema/st…— Holly Anderson (@HollyAnderson) May 17, 2013
Oh, to be a fly on the wall for that conversation.
The first conference schedule including Maryland and Rutgers is out. Wisconsin gets both in 2014, making for a fairly soft slate.
As a public service, and to prepare you for the upcoming football season, I will attempt to give you 10 facts you can use about the Badgers 2013 opponents to "impress" your friends.
Barry Alvarez is becoming more cavalier in his old age. On Wednesday, he was candid with his thoughts on the disappearing Wisconsin-Michigan State series.
The Badgers picked up the fifth commitment of their 2014 class in the 6-foot-6, 270-pound in-state prospect from Hartland.
Julie Hermann will be the Scarlet Knights' next athletic director, while it appears Frazier will return to Madison.
Barry Alvarez shows he's still one of the conference's greatest newsmakers, expounding on non-conference scheduling, improved bowl lineups and more.
Wisconsin topped all NCAA schools in participants, goals, assists and points in the first round of the NHL Playoffs.
So apparently there's this new, expensive arena in Sioux Falls. The Badgers and Red Storm will play the first Division I basketball game there this fall.
Boy, this is gold. By no means is it a shot at Leuer either -- just for as noted of a sports enthusiast as Weezy is, I can't really imagine him being all too cognizant of the three minutes of playing time Leuer's received this postseason. Either way, I've never met Lil Wayne, so Jon -- just keep on doing your thing. Oh, and friendly readers, throw your captions this way if you'd like.
After winning the Big Ten tournament and clinching the conference's auto-bid, the Badgers head west for their first NCAA game on Thursday.
An offensive outburst at the plate complemented another brilliant outing from Cassandra Darrah, handing the Badgers their first Big Ten tournament championship.
Three hits were all the Badgers needed to advance to the semifinals, as right-hander Cassandra Darrah struck out eight Wildcats in her seven innings.
As another senior class at UW-Madison approaches graduation, we take a look back at the past four years.