Before hydrating to enjoy another warm Saturday at Kinnick, wet your appetite for Saturday’s 2:30 p.m. game against Kent State with today’s Hawkeye 10@10.
In an appearance on Jim Rome's radio show Thursday, Wisconsin football coach Paul Chryst said playing against Notre Dame's Jack Coan, a former UW quarterback, will be different.
Milwaukee native Ralph Kurek fondly recalls scoring the winning touchdown in the closing minutes of the Badgers' last win over Notre Dame in football, which came in 1963.
State Journal beat reporter Colten Bartholomew and columnist Jim Polzin get together on Zoom to break down the Badgers, Big Ten connections to the USC coaching job and make Big Ten picks.
Tyrone Tracy works to catch on, Luke Lachey’s growth at tight end and a Kirk Ferentz “wow’’ on Tory Taylor’s punting are all part of today’s Hawkeye 10@10.
Stoughton's starting right offensive tackle is following the path paved by his father, Todd Nelson, and older brother, Jack Nelson, as University of Wisconsin offensive linemen.
From missing on third-and-short opportunities and not using pre-snap motion, No. 18 UW's offense has a lot to examine before taking on No. 10 Notre Dame.
Offensive rhythm, defensive domination and another Cy-Hawk win for now fifth-ranked Iowa is all part of today’s Hawkeye 10@10.
"It's in the past now and I'm just prepared to move forward and focus on next week," Badgers running back Jalen Berger said about his opening-week absence.
Thoughts on Graham Mertz's performance, an unsung defensive hero, and a possible change being needed along the offensive line.
The Badgers beat Eastern Michigan at Camp Randall, but they need to clean up the sloppiness on offense.
The Badgers set out to prove the offensive line could dominate a game. Mission accomplished.
Concerns over COVID-19 are impacting fans at Camp Randall in various ways.
The UW defense allowed only 92 yards and forced a turnover in a win over Eastern Michigan. Even against a weak opponent, that’s encouraging.
The Badgers had ceremonies Friday to induct members of the Class of 2020 that was initially feted virtually last year as well as this year's 12-person group.
University of Wisconsin offensive lineman Tyler Beach shares his thoughts on the Eastern Michigan Eagles on Saturday night after the Badgers won 34-7 to earn their first victory of the season.
University of Wisconsin wide receiver Kendric Pryor speaks to the media after the Badgers defeated the Eastern Michigan Eagles 34-7 on Saturday night at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.
University of Wisconsin cornerback Dean Engram speaks to the media after the Badgers defeated the Eastern Michigan Eagles 34-7 on Saturday night at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.
University of Wisconsin safety Scott Nelson speaks to the media Saturday night after the Badgers defeated the Eastern Michigan Eagles 34-7 at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison to improve to 1-1 on the season.
Chez Mellusi got the Badgers' first touchdown of the game against the Eagles but Jalen Berger made his first appearance of the season with six carries on UW's second drive.
Whether you are heading down to Camp Randall or watching from the comfort of your couch, the State Journal has Badgers fans covered with a breakdown of everything they need to know as No. 18 Wisconsin tries to get back on track against Eastern Michigan on Saturday night.
UW has lost six consecutive games to ranked opponents dating to late in the 2019 season. The Badgers have scored 10 or fewer points the last four of those games. What gives? And what needs to change?
Michael Moll, UW's assistant athletic director for sports medicine, told the Athletic Board that the level of vaccinated individuals in the department mirrors that of the campus population as a whole.
Only 28 of 43 concessions locations were open for the Badgers' season opener at Camp Randall. Officials hope more will be open for Saturday's game against Eastern Michigan.
Chryst was an assistant for the San Diego Chargers during the terrorist attacks 20 years ago.
The Eagles defense, which ranked 119th against the run a year ago, will provide the Badgers offense with a chance to build confidence.
Wisconsin's offensive line is out for redemption this week after a slow start against Penn State.
Two classes of football players experienced their first game in front of fans against Penn State.
Wisconsin's leading rusher from 2020 didn't play a snap in a loss to the Nittany Lions.
Minnesota standout running back Mo Ibrahim will miss the rest of the season because of a lower left leg injury, coach P.J. Fleck announced Monday.
The Badgers' big-picture hopes for the 2021 season took a big hit with a loss to Penn State but they weren't blown up.
UW's senior tackles looked rusty, sophomore linebacker Nick Herbig shined and more takeaways from Wisconsin's home loss to the Nittany Lions.
The Wisconsin football team found out Friday that Leo Chenal would be out for Saturday’s game, giving Maskalunas only one day to prepare.
Fans haven’t been allowed inside Camp Randall for a football game since 2019, which meant parents missed their sons' games. Here's how they felt about returning.
Columnist Jim Polzin offers his initial thoughts on the Wisconsin Badgers' loss to Penn State in their Big Ten opener.
The junior running back discusses the Badgers' play in their 16-10 loss to the 19th-ranked Penn State Nittany Lions on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.
After UW fifth-year senior Faion Hicks questioned the Nittany Lions' offense, quarterback Sean Clifford shared what he thought about the comments.
Get the latest postgame updates from the Wisconsin State Journal after the 12th-ranked Badgers fell to the 19th-ranked Nittany Lions 16-10 on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.
Colten Bartholomew, the State Journal’s Wisconsin Badgers football beat reporter, shares three observations from the first half of Saturday’s game against Penn State.
Whether you are heading down to Camp Randall or watching from the comfort of your couch, the State Journal has Badgers fans covered with a breakdown of everything they need to know as No. 12 Wisconsin kicks off football season against No. 19 Penn State on Saturday.
UW hasn’t opened the season at home against a ranked opponent since 1995, a streak that will end Saturday against the No. 19 Nittany Lions at Camp Randall Stadium.
Senior inside linebacker Mike Maskalunas or sophomore Tatum Grass is expected to start in Chenal's place Saturday against Penn State.
A phone number mix-up prevented Wisconsin football coach Paul Chryst from hearing from freshman tailback Loyal Crawford, who was dismissed from the team Tuesday.
Iowa players anxious to welcome fans back to Kinnick Stadium tomorrow, an honor for former Hawkeye Marshal Yanda and more all part of today’s Hawkeye 10@10.
While many of the changes Badgers fans will see were inevitable as new technologies move into the in-stadium experience, the pandemic advanced the timeline for UW.
“I think when you come here, you acknowledge the past great linebackers that have been here and you want to continue that legacy,” Sanborn said. “We do look at ourselves as one of the Linebacker U kind of schools.”
The Badgers know Penn State’s quarterback is prone to turnovers. They must make him pay for them.
State Journal beat reporter Colten Bartholomew and columnist Jim Polzin break down the Loyal Crawford situation, preview No. 12 Wisconsin's game against No. 19 Penn State, and pick Big Ten games.
Here's your daily dose of Iowa football news and notes at 10 a.m. each weekday during game week at hawkmania.com, here is today’s Hawkeye 10@10:
After struggling to generate chunk plays last season, new and returning skill players want to change that identity.
League Password is warehouse
AP Top 25 Rankings