What Gary Andersen's trip to Culver's means for Wisconsin Football.
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.
As another senior class at UW-Madison approaches graduation, we take a look back at the past four years.
After his election to the College Football Hall of Fame was official, the former Wisconsin great sat down for one more press conference aside his former head coach.
Gary Andersen is clearly a big believer in junior college talent. The results of this year's NFL Draft suggests that there is a lot of untapped talent at two-year colleges.
UW sports like football, men's basketball and hockey receive much of the school's fanfare, but non-revenue sports like softball deserve some recognition, too.
Since everything in college football is expanding, the Big Ten has its eyes on new additions to its bowl lineup.
Several college programs have terminated their contracts with adidas. With much of the Big Ten still at odds with the apparel company, could Wisconsin be next in line to jump ship?
Things could not have worked out much better for Travis Frederick, Montee Ball and Ricky Wagner during the 2013 NFL Draft.
The phrase "College Football Playoff" is incredibly boring, agonizingly bad, and an all-too-perfect symbol of the biggest problems facing college football today.
Apparently, Delany doesn't spend every waking moment scheming to absorb the entirety of the college football landscape. We just made that one up.
Spring practice has come and gone, so the Badger football discussion significantly dies down until fall practice commences in August.
Spring practices have come and gone. There was a lot to say following Wisconsin's spring game Saturday, all of which should be taken with several grains of salt.