Wisconsin's history in the Big Dance

This is pretty cool, and I'd love to see even more: a trip through The Badger Herald front-page history. Shoutout to Tracy Webster!

#KARMA t-shirts are now for sale

Kudos to @WesleyOnline and @BTNBrentYarina for the find at the State & Lake Clothing Co. location right across from the University Bookstore. My first-blush reaction was, "Wow, really?" My second-blush reaction was that I'm surprised it took this long. My third-blush reaction was that I wonder if these will fly off the shelves, or if we're all beyond that except for the timely #BERT tweet. Thoughts?

Badgers plan open practice before NCAA tournament opener

Wisconsin is planning an open practice before its second-round contest with No. 15 American Thursday night in Milwaukee. This should be fun. UPDATE: The practice will be held from 1:30-2:10 p.m. at the Bradley Center. takes a stab at explaining Bret Bielema's fall from grace

I know many Wisconsin fans won't give a second thought to a headline like the one above, either via some sort of memory-erasing technique or by force of will. I do know plenty of others, though, are about to tee off. So, here we go! Keep it civil, of course.

Vitto Brown and "Shades of Brown" will sing the anthem before Tuesday's game

This is awesome. Indiana has no chance now. If you'd like a teaser, Brown sung the anthem before this year's Red-White Scrimmage.

Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian speaking on UW-Madison campus Thursday

This is pretty cool. Ohanian's visiting as part of UW's Distinguished Lecture Series, and he'll discuss advice for entrepreneurial students and his new book, "Without Their Permission," according to The Badger Herald. The talk begins at 7:30 p.m. in Union South’s Varsity Hall. Attendance is free.

NFL Network's Mike Mayock ranks Chris Borland No. 4 linebacker in 2014 draft

The real story here, though: Mayock has Borland above Ohio State's Ryan Shazier. Brace yourselves for the grumbling from Columbus.

Saturday's Wisconsin vs. Iowa game slated for 11 a.m. CT on ESPN2

11 a.m.'s still too early, if you ask me.

Thomas Hammock made a recommendation for Wisconsin's next running backs coach

It'd still be nice to have Thomas Hammock coaching Wisconsin's latest crop of talented rushers, but he's at least given input on a possible ideal replacement. On his way out of Madison, Hammock reportedly recommended Syracuse running backs coach DeAndre Smith, per Tom Mulhern of the Wisconsin State Journal. Hammock played for Smith at Northern Illinois, rushing for 1,095 yards as a junior under Smith in 2001 before a heart condition shortened Hammock's career. Of course, a recommendation is just a recommendation, but Hammock's opinion almost assuredly carries some weight. Smith's experience also speaks for itself -- he's coached nine thousand-yard rushers and three eventual NFL running backs in 15 years.


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