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Watch: Joel Stave discusses bowl performance


Congratulations to Stave for becoming the winningest quarterback in Wisconsin history.

Watch: Jack Cichy discusses his stellar game


Hear from the defensive player of the game.

Vince Biegel tweets he's returning to UW for 2016


From the man himself, redshirt junior outside linebacker Vince Biegel tweeted he is returning to Wisconsin for the 2016 season. Biegel could be primed for another huge season, and paired with fellow outside linebackers Jack Cichy and T.J. Watt, the ceiling is high for both the position group and the Badgers' defense.

Report: Kayden Lyles expected to move to Madison


Great news for the Badgers! Per a report from the Arizona Republic, four-star offensive guard Kayden Lyles is expected to pay his senior year of football at a Madison-area high school. This could keep him committed far easier, though he is a legacy commit whose father, Kevin, played for UW in the 1990s and older brother, Kare', is an early enrollee this spring.

Report: Caleb Kinlaw leaving UW


The former three-star running back recruit will look for other opportunities, which was first reported by the Wisconsin State Journal's Jason Galloway. Good luck, Caleb.

Watch: Badgers heads to SeaWorld


Just look at how Joel Stave hits the dolphin in stride. Bodes well for the Holiday Bowl, if you ask me.

Aaron Henry joining Chris Ash at Rutgers


Chris Ash, the former Ohio State, Wisconsin and Arkansas defensive coordinator has made his first hire as the new head coach at Rutgers. It's a familiar face for Badgers fans, too: former UW safety Aaron Henry.

Henry will be an assistant defensive backs coach, according to Dan Duggan of NJ Advance Media. Including Henry, Rutgers will have nine full-time assistant coaches under Ash. Now 26, Henry spent the past two seasons at Arkansas under Bret Bielema, who coached Henry at Wisconsin. Ash was on Bielema's staff for Henry's final two seasons, serving as defensive backs coach in 2010 and defensive coordinator in 2011..

Over 52 games at Wisconsin, Henry made 32 starts and recorded 181 tackles (seven for loss), 4.5 sacks, seven interceptions and 23 pass breakups. As a senior, Henry was an All-Big Ten first-team selection.

Badgers extend new preferred walk-on offer


Could WR Adam Krumholz be the next Jared Abbrederis?