Three different quarterbacks started for the Wisconsin Badgers in 2012 and the very same situation could arrise in 2013. Last year it was Danny O'Brien (has since transfered to a D2 school) who beat out current Badgers Joel Stave and Curt Phillips for the role of starting quarterback at the end of fall camp. This time around, Stave and Phillips try to fend off a talented … [Read more...] about Good Guy/Bad Guy with the Wisconsin Badgers QB battle
Gary Andersen not a great hire, but a good hire for the Wisconsin Badgers
Who is Gary Andersen? He's the coach who earlier this season was a missed field goal away from becoming the first non-conference opponent to knock off the Wisconsin Badgers at Camp Randall in a very long time. The 48 year-old Andersen will become the Head Coach of the Badgers after coaching at Utah State where he accumulated a 26-24 record over four years. He's not … [Read more...] about Gary Andersen not a great hire, but a good hire for the Wisconsin Badgers
#25 Wisconsin faces a stiff test with the Michigan State defense
Unbeaten in their last 21 home games are the Wisconsin Badgers who feel they are back on track as one of the Big Ten's elite teams after dominating wins overs Purdue and Minnesota. What the Boilermakers and Gophers do not have, but the visiting Michigan State Spartans do is a legitimate defense. If Michigan State had a business card, it would say "DEFENSE" in big bold … [Read more...] about #25 Wisconsin faces a stiff test with the Michigan State defense
Wisconsin’s Montee Ball leads an offensive renaissance in demolition of Purdue
It only took seven games, but the Wisconsin Badgers finally returned to the offensive dominance they displayed over the past couple of years. The running game was unstoppable with 467 yards on 57 carries in a 38-14 win at Purdue. Montee Ball looked like the player everyone thought he was coming into the season while racking up a career high 247 yards on 29 carries and three … [Read more...] about Wisconsin’s Montee Ball leads an offensive renaissance in demolition of Purdue
Purdue to challenge for Leaders Division title?
If there was ever a time for the Boilermakers to seize the moment, this is, most definitely, the season to do it! This may seem like “old news,” and that I am working toward an incredibly obvious conclusion, but a new factor has been added to the equation: Wisconsin is not nearly as good as they were believed to be. As the season began, the assumption was that since Ohio … [Read more...] about Purdue to challenge for Leaders Division title?