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Wisconsin point guard Bronson Koenig, the most notable Native American men’s basketball player in the nation, has made public his plans to join the Dakota Access Pipeline protests. Koenig will make the 11-hour drive with his older brother and his trainer to a protest site near Bismarck, North Dakota this Friday.
Wisconsin pulled off an upset of fifth-ranked LSU when D’Cota Dixon intercepted a Brandon Harris pass, though Josh Boutte got in one last, eh, cheap shot.
What did we learn from today’s season premiere of College GameDay at Lambeau Field? You really don’t want to know. A sign roundup follows:
Welcome to the Deadspin 25, a college football poll that strives to be more democratic and less useless than every other preseason poll. Leading up to the college football season kickoff, we will give you previews of the 25 teams that you, the readers, voted to be most worthy of writing about. Now, No. 24 Wisconsin.
Bronson Koenig’s three-pointer as time expired finished a late comeback by Wisconsin as the Badgers knocked off second-seeded Xavier, 66-63. Wisconsin was down as much as nine points in the final seven minutes of the game, but a series of Musketeers mistakes allowed the Badgers back into the game.
Wisconsin interim coach Greg Gard—who took over after Bo Ryan’s surprise December retirement—was officially named Wisconsin’s head coach Monday, after the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents approved his contract.
Following allegations made in February 2015 by a woman who claimed she carried on a lengthy affair with then-Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan, the university conducted an investigation into his conduct and concluded in May that Ryan did not misuse university resources. According to a statement from university…
NFL Network inadvertently aired its analysts’ off-air commentary on a quarterback prospect at the NFL combine, mocking both his singing and throwing ability while declaring him “the next former Browns quarterback.”
Here’s a stupid fact about college basketball: The million-dollar sponsorship deals that schools sign with various apparel companies has created a sport in which there is no universal game ball. Nike schools use Nike balls, Adidas schools use Adidas balls, and so on.
Former Wisconsin Badgers and Denver Broncos running back Montee Ball was arrested in Madison, Wisc., around 3:45 a.m. today, and charged with battery, according to a PIO with the Madison PD.
Wisconsin fought back at home against Maryland from a late eight-point deficit, only to lose at the last second. Down 60-52 with less than 1:30 left, Wisconsin hit a layup and a pair of threes to tie it at 60. But right after Bronson Koenig’s three, Melo Trimble calmly pulled up from well behind the line and drained…
After a victory over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi last week, Wisconsin basketball head coach Bo Ryan announced his immediate retirement, stunning everybody in attendance.
Longtime Wisconsin’s men’s basketball coach Bo Ryan just announced his retirement, in a heartfelt press conference after his team’s victory over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. The retirement is effective immediately. Ryan said that he and Wisconsin AD Barry Alvarez decided the end of the semester—tonight was the last game…
Your team is hosting the #21 Northwestern Wildcats in a crucial late-season game. You’re understandably pumped and there’s snow on the ground. You should throw a snowball! But no Northwestern fans are in range. Should you throw it at the nearby cheerleaders?
Wisconsin safety Michael Caputo is out for the rest of tonight’s game against Alabama after taking a hard hit to the skull and proceeding to wander into the Crimson Tide’s backfield for the subsequent play.
Welcome to the Deadspin 25, a college football poll that strives to be more democratic and less useless than every other preseason poll. Leading up to the college football season kickoff, we will give you previews of the 25 teams that you, the readers, voted to be most worthy of writing about. Now, No. 6 Wisconsin.
With Wisconsin Badgers’ head coach Bo Ryan announcing his retirement following the end of the upcoming season, the college game is losing one of its best player-development coaches.
Yesterday, NCAA head of basketball officiating John Adams went on the radio and explained why officials failed to overturn an incorrect blown out-of-bounds call late during the NCAA title game: they never saw the crucial replay that showed a Duke player touching the ball last. But today Adams was contradicted by NCAA…