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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?
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.
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.
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.
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.