Three Badgers make the site's all-conference predictions for the 2013 season.
Start your week off on an up beat and watch a sick 14-year-old get his bedroom made over by Wisconsin football players and Make-A-Wish.
Wisconsin has a deep pool of athletic talent, but which male and female nominee will win the 2012-13 Athlete of the Year award? Brianna Decker is one of the possible winners.
Reggie Mitchell's departure hurts not just because he was needed this season, but because players so seldom leave Wisconsin before their time is up.
Hey, that's one nice, round number. Just halfway through the first week of summer conditioning, we'll take it.
ESPN.com's Big Ten blog has been choosing an X Factor for each Big Ten team, and yesterday, it covered the Badgers.
The season doesn't kick-off for another two and a half months, but there is nothing wrong with having a little speculative fun. What will be Wisconsin's record for the 2013 campaign?
Wisconsin has three players among Phil Steele's four preseason All-American squad, none of whom are an offensive linemen or a running back.
With the rise of high-definition televisions and relatively easy home schedules on the horizon, Paul Fanlund of the Wisconsin State Journal believes Camp Randall's best days may be in its past.
Of course, it was for a good cause, and it's not a completely clean shave. Plus, he's getting first-team looks in Dallas.
An Iowa Gazette report revealed the Big Ten's opposition to proposed NCAA recruiting deregulation proposals and made a messy week even messier for the conference.
Wisconsin football has truly spread its recruiting efforts from coast to coast so far this offseason.
The 2014/2015 Big Ten conference schedule looks incredibly weak. Are we sure Jim Delany and Co. have the fans' best interests in mind?
Wisconsin gained its second recruit in as many days on Thursday, picking up a verbal commit from Gary Andersen's old stomping grounds.
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.
Julie Hermann will be the Scarlet Knights' next athletic director, while it appears Frazier will return to Madison.