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Montee Ball highlights from that brilliant 2011 season
There are nearly 10 minutes of highlights here, so it's just impossible to pick one favorite play from Montee Ball. I do think one thing that stands out here, and something that I've always admired about him, is his ability to make the most nasty of cuts look so easy. I think it's how he stays balanced while juking/cutting; he rarely looks like the fastest running back, but he's always able to evade defenders. Worse comes to worse, we've seen him throw out a nasty stiff arm on a quite a few occasions. Also, how much damn fun is it reliving Wisconsin's offense with Russell Wilson at the helm?
Chris Beatty takes on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has come to Wisconsin. Here, Badgers wide receivers coach Chris Beatty speaks up for a great cause, raising awareness and support for Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Wisconsin's women's soccer team also took the challenge for themselves.
Inside Wisconsin's football locker rooms
Here's a look inside Wisconsin's updated football locker rooms, plus some awesome bonus footage of a Chris Borland pump-up huddle. It's clear that UW's facilities continue to catch up to, if not get ahead of the curve, and we all know that's never been bigger when it comes to recruiting.
A farewell with 'Build Me Up Buttercup'
Sadly, this is my last post of the summer, as I am off on vacation before I head off to Marquette Law School.
Rob Havenstein highlights
Is there an All-American candidate among this year's Wisconsin offensive line? It may not be a first-team selection, but in some capacity? Absolutely, and his name is Rob Havenstein.
Sojourn Shelton freshman highlights
Sojourn Shelton is in line to become Wisconsin's next great cornerback.
Inside the Mueller Sports Medicine Center
UWBadgers.com brings us a fantastic look at the program's Mueller Sports Medicine Center, part of the new Stephen M. Bennett Student-Athlete Performance Center.
Getting reacquainted with UW's 2014 freshmen
With the 2014 college football season right around the corner, it feels appropriate to meet (or get reacquainted with) the newcomers to Wisconsin.
College GameDay's 2010 trip to Madison
Oct. 16, 2010, was a hard day to forget for many Wisconsin fans.
UW's new strength and conditioning center
Wisconsin officially unveiled its new 17,000-square foot strength and conditioning center earlier this summer.
UW passes all over Nebraska in 1974
Prior to Wisconsin playing Nebraska in the Cornhuskers' 2011 inaugural Big Ten season, the teams met prior, facing off in September 1974 in Camp Randall Stadium.
UW takes down Arizona State in 2010 thriller
Jay Valai's blocked extra point for a touchdown made the difference in Wisconsin's 20-19 victory over Arizona State at Camp Randall Stadium.
Barry Alvarez on Bret Bielema's departure
It's interesting to look back at Alvarez's remarks throughout the process of searching for a new signal caller, specifically in the early stages of Bielema's departure and leading up to the big game.
The Freddie Owens Shot
Former Wisconsin baller Freddie Owens was a pretty solid contributor for head coach Bo Ryan during his time with the Badgers, but his biggest contribution came in 2003 against Tulsa in the second round of the NCAA tournament.
P.J. Hill's stellar 2006 season
Let's kickstart this Friday by basking in the glory that was P.J. Hill. The former Wisconsin running back rumbled and tumbled his way to 44 total touchdowns, tied for second in program history.
Bo Ryan defends Jarrod Uthoff decision
To this day, I still don't understand the media barrage Bo Ryan faced after his transfer restrictions on Jarrod Uthoff in 2012.
Greg Stiemsma blocks 6 shots in NBA debut
Like many ballers who attended Wisconsin, Greg Stiemsma wasn't an NBA prospect the first day he walked on campus. The more work he put it in, the more he, the fans and coaching staff saw his game evolve.
Gary Andersen at Utah State
When Gary Andersen was announced as the next head coach of the Wisconsin Badgers, fans, including myself, were in the dark as to what type of he really was aside from his his on-the-field record. In this 2012 video, he was mic'd up at Utah State.
Celebrating UW's in-state legacy
Since 1896, the Wisconsin football program has collected 14 conference titles, including three out of the last four. Wisconsin-raised players -- both walk-ons and scholarship players -- have played a large part in reaching this level of success.
Duje Dukan comes up big in Sweet 16
We all got an inkling of Duje Dukan's productivity off the bench against Baylor in the Sweet 16, as he chipped in five points on 2-of-3 shooting in 15 minutes. He also tacked on eight points against Kentucky in the national semifinal.
Curt Phillips after the 2012 B1GFCG
Curt Phillips was a student-athlete at Wisconsin for what felt like a decade, brought forth by his multiple ACL injuries. Here, he breaks down Wisconsin's huge win over Nebraska in the 2012 Big Ten Football Championship Game.
Jonathan Orr highlights
Happy Jonathan Orr Day, boys and girls. The wide receiver had solid seasons during his first and last years, but was so-so in between.
Wisconsin takes down Michigan State in 2009
On Sept. 26, 2009, at Camp Randall Stadium, then-head coach Bret Bielema and his Wisconsin Badgers took down Michigan State in a 38-30 victory. Looking back, the 2009-10 season is really what paved the way for the Badgers' streak of Rose Bowls.
Sam Dekker takes down Marquette
Facing off in the annual I-94 rivalry, Wisconsin got off to a hot start against Marquette Dec. 7 at the Kohl Center. Ultimately, Bo Ryan's squad pulled away at the end for a 70-64 victory.
Campus Insiders previews Wisconsin's 2014 season
Campus Insiders has an optimistic take on the Badgers' outlook for 2014. What do you think?
Brian Butch's bank 3-pointer
No offense but whenever I think of Brian Butch, I imagine Brick from "Anchorman" getting into a tickle fight with the big grizzly bear. But Butch isn't a grizzly bear; he's the polar bear, which is why I'm a big fan of the guy.
History of Camp Randall Stadium
While we all know Camp Randall for Jumping Around before every fourth quarter, there's a much deeper history behind the university's football stadium, dating back to the days of World War I.
UW's favorite benefactor, Andy North
Andy North was another hot shot in attendance for Monday's Legends of Wisconsin Golf outing. North won the U.S. Open twice, in 1978 and 1985, but he also seems like an unbelievable person off the course. In 2013, he received the Vince Lombardi Award.
Jon Leuer highlights
You knew No. 30 Jon Leuer was going to be a special player when Bo Ryan acknowledged his play after Wisconsin's 2007 81-76 loss at the Kohl Center.
Elite Eight highlights vs. Arizona
After last night's NBA Draft, it's hard not to put into prospective how these future rookies fared against Wisconsin.