Watch: Paul Chryst mic'd up at Badgers practice


Have you ever wondered what it's like to be at a Wisconsin football practice? Well, you're in luck.

Watch: UW's senior day trailer will tug on your heartstrings


Make sure you get out to Camp Randall next Saturday to celebrate the accomplishments of this wonderful senior class.

Wisconsin recruiting: Keldric Preston senior highlights


Preston is a three-star defensive end recruit from Tampa, Fla. He holds offers from many big schools, including Miami, Penn State and Mississippi State.

Hayes, Koenig among SB Nation's Top 100 players


You really should read through this whole preview to get ready for the college basketball season, but if you see nothing else, know that SB Nation thinks Nigel Hayes and Bronson Koenig are two of the best 100 players in college basketball.

Here's what they had to say about each of them:

Koenig- Koenig was thrust into a larger role than most expected last season when starting point guard Traevon Jackson fractured his right foot in January. Koenig responded when he was given the keys to the Bo Ryan offense, averaging fewer than one turnover per game, connecting on 40.5 percent of his 3-point attempts, and helping guide the Badgers to their first national championship game appearance since 1941. Now, suddenly, he's the third-oldest player on a team without a scholarship senior, and he's walking into a season where he knows he's going to be relied on for added production and leadership.

Hayes- Hayes may have been best known last season for his humorous love of stenography and stenographers during the Badgers' NCAA Tournament. That reputation overshadowed the fact that he was likely Wisconsin's second-best player (Sam Dekker wasn't himself when he was hobbled by an ankle injury during the early part of the season) for most of the year. Hayes will have to morph from solid role player and funny man into star captain quickly if Wisconsin wants to contend for another Big Ten title, let alone another national championship.

Watch: Wisconsin-Maryland highlights


Re-watch the highlights from Saturday's 31-24 win over Maryland, with Natrell Jamerson's 98-yard kickoff return and Joe Schobert's 57-yard scamper off a punt fake being amongst the surprises Badgers fans saw yesterday.

Corey Clement sits out vs. Maryland


We'll see if the Badgers can continue to roll without him.

Schobert named Lombardi Award semifinalist


Well deserved, Joe.

Nigel Hayes crashes weddings for two reasons


The rest of the country deserves to know how awesomely interesting Nigel is.

WATCH: Stave previews remaining schedule


Wisconsin quarterback Joel Stave recaps Saturday's win over Rutgers and previews the Badgers' remaining schedule.