Joel Stave

Wisconsin Badgers #2 - Quarterback

  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 219

Nigel Hayes' future, Corey Clement

It's early, but ESPN's Jeff Goodman has some interesting thoughts on Nigel Hayes' post-college future. Read more inside Thursday's Badger Bits.

B1G 2014 // The Nebraska Potluck Part I

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It's Nebraska week, which means we are going to the state where steak is a staple, corn is a vegetable, and various colors of beige reign supreme. If you thought to yourself, "Um, that doesn't...

ASU Moment of the Year seed No. 6: the knumble

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The last 18 seconds will never be forgotten by many Sun Devil faithful.

How good can Nigel Hayes be?

One list has Nigel Hayes as the eighth-best power forward in college basketball. Too high, low or just right? Share your thoughts and catch up on more Wisconsin news in Friday's Badger Bits.

Podcast: All things Wisconsin football

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Just because the Buckeyes don't play Wisconsin doesn't mean Buckeye fans shouldn't be informed about their program. We catch up with BuckAround to get all the details.

So You Drafted a Badger, Jacob Pedersen Edition

Jacob Pedersen is a versatile player who put in the work to become a valuable player in Madison. Can he step up to the next level?

Victor Hampton in the Draft: What They're Saying

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Victor Hampton is one of the Draft's more intriguing prospects.

D.J. Gillins enjoying ups, downs of spring

Enrolling early at UW has so far paid off for the Florida native, who's shown flashes of impressive talent this spring.

Joel Stave working to hold onto starting job

As the likes of Tanner McEvoy, D.J. Gillins and Bart Houston push for playing time, Joel Stave is hoping to hold onto his starting job.

5 questions about running backs

Is this Melvin Gordon's Heisman year? Just how much opportunity will Taiwan Deal get? Will my inherent belief that Joel Stave keeps his job make this post irrelevant quickly? All this and more.

5 Questions about Quarterbacks

Well, this post isn't going to get any comments.

The five lessons of 2013

Getting reflective with the end of a year and a season.

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