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Wisconsin Badgers

Wisconsin Badgers
The Badgers are the athletic teams at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. The teams compete in the Big Ten conference and the school colors are red and white. The school has won 27 NCAA titles, including six in hockey. Well-known athletes and coaches include Barry Alvarez, Pat Richter, Alan Ameche, Elroy Hirsh, Bob Johnson, Jeff Sauer, Mark Johnson, Joe Thomas, Jolene Anderson, Billy Marek, Alando Tucker, Pat O'Dea, Jim Mott and Ron Dayne.
The Badgers are the athletic teams at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. The teams compete in the Big Ten conference and the school colors are red and white. The school has won 27 NCAA titles, including six in hockey. Well-known athletes and coaches include Barry Alvarez, Pat Richter, Alan Ameche, Elroy Hirsh, Bob Johnson, Jeff Sauer, Mark Johnson, Joe Thomas, Jolene Anderson, Billy Marek, Alando Tucker, Pat O'Dea, Jim Mott and Ron Dayne. « Show less

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  • Reports: Two Big 10 programs in the mix for Danny O'Brien

    Reports: Two Big 10 programs in the mix for Danny O'Brien
    Could a battle forDannyO'Brien's services be brewing between two traditional Big 10 powers? Over the past week, Penn State and Wisconsin have been mentioned in connection with O'Brien, the former Maryland starter who will graduate in May and have two...
  • Who will win major conference tourneys?

    Watch for upsets Todd M. Adams Orlando Sentinel Three teams are better than everyone else — Kentucky, Syracuse and North Carolina. But they all could get upset. First is Syracuse, just because of the strength of the Big East. Marquette is a...
  • Potential Ravens target Peter Konz enjoys being center of attention

    Potential Ravens target Peter Konz enjoys being center of attention
    Most of his offensive-line brethren would absolutely hate this. After all, linemen live in a world where they're talked to only when a yellow flag flies in their direction or their quarterback is on the ground. Beyond that, they're rarely singled out....
  • NFL mock draft roundup: Who will the Ravens pick?

    NFL mock draft roundup: Who will the Ravens pick?
    We are less than three months away from the 2012 NFL draft. We have plenty of Ravens draft coverage in the works, but we are focused on tying up the loose ends from the 2011 season. In the meantime, to quench your thirst for draft coverage, here is a...
  • Kentucky notes: Alex Poythress insists his left knee is fine

    ARLINGTON, Texas Alex Poythress' left knee seemed no worse for wear Sunday after the Kentucky sophomore forward got buried at the bottom of the team's dog pile a day earlier. "My leg got caught underneath," Poythress said Sunday. "It hurt for a little...
  • Twenty-five things about the Frozen Four

    The Frozen Four is much more than a cute name. It is NCAA hockey at its best. Granted, college hockey and Philadelphia go together like cheesesteaks and warm milk, but the four remaining teams each offer their own pieces of intrigue. There's the local...
  • Blair Kerkhoff: Unions and courtrooms aren't needed to fix on-campus sports problems, colleges say

    ARLINGTON, Texas Final scores weren't the only way of measuring success at the just completed Final Four. The other game being played is determining who is and isn't benefiting from the hoops extravaganza. The NCAA certainly is. College sports'...
  • Early NCAA Top 10 for 2014-15

     Early NCAA Top 10 for 2014-15
    Just days after Connecticut was crowned the NCAA tournament champion, the basketball world wants to know who the next king will be. The perception of the front-runners can change as players decide to stay in school or jump to the NBA, but for now, here'...
  • Masters notes: Stricker behind in Masters preparation

    AUGUSTA, Ga. Steve Stricker has played just nine competitive rounds of golf this year, which he admits is not the ideal way to prepare for the Masters. The harsh winter prevented him from getting in much quality practice in Madison. He also took time...
  • Thunderstorms close Augusta National

    Thunderstorms close Augusta National
    AUGUSTA, Ga. — As Steve Stricker spoke in the interview room Monday, thunder rumbled in the background. "There goes another tree," he cracked. The main storylines heading into the Masters are the absences of Tiger Woods and the 65-foot...
  • Blair Kerkhoff: Rich will get richer, but NCAA Tournament should stay dynamic

    ARLINGTON, Texas This space has often been a spot to review the college basketball season, but this year let's look ahead. The NCAA power structure is about to change. By the end of April it's possible the five major football-playing conferences (Big 12,...
  • Flyers prospect Parks in Philadelphia for Frozen Four

    PHILADELPHIA For about a week in consecutive summers, Michael Parks found himself at a Flyers' prospect development camp in Voorhees, N.J. There, at the Skate Zone, he went through drills alongside other NHL hopefuls like Sean Couturier, Matt Read and...