Ian McCue

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One fan's Final Four experience in Dallas

Back from Dallas, Ian McCue checks in with his recollection of the riveting Wisconsin-Kentucky Final Four game.

2013 UW football grades: Mixed bag opens new era

Post-signing day, a look at where the Badgers succeeded and failed in 2013, and how they'll need to improve in 2014.

Capital One Bowl grades: Not a pretty picture

A position-by-position look at Wisconsin's latest postseason failure. Links lead to ESPN highlights.

Week 14 grades: BCS chances blown vs. Penn State

In a heartbreaker, Wisconsin turned in a thoroughly stale effort that eliminated any shot at gaining an at-large BCS bid.

Week 13 grades: Wisconsin closes out Minnesota

Saturday's game was a morbidly cold affair, one that the ESPN sideline reporter predictably identified early as one that would be won in the trenches. Footballs slid through arms and across the...

Week 12 grades: UW essentially perfect vs. Indiana

It's safe to say we can close the book on this one.

Week 11 grades: Running game, defense shine

Which units fared best for Wisconsin against BYU, and which ones need improvement over the next three games?

Week 7 offense review: Balanced offense keys UW

The Badgers handled the Wildcats with ease, implementing a balanced attack to produce 35 points and more than 500 total yards.

Week 4 offense review: Badgers get back on track

The scoreboard was a promising indicator, but the Badgers' offense remains a work in progress.

Wisconsin offense review: Badgers stall vs. ASU

A small collection of big plays made Wisconsin's first loss even more heartbreaking, though serious issues elsewhere cannot be overlooked.

Week 2 offense review: Badgers round into shape

Wisconsin's weapons at receiver and tight end enjoyed solid games vs. Tennessee Tech.

Week 1 offense review: Backfield, o-line impress

There was some early sluggishness and clear evidence of aspects needing improvement, but Wisconsin's offense nevertheless posted an impressive performance in Week 1.

Week 1 offense preview: What to expect vs. UMass

The Badgers have named "Joel Stave OR Curt Phillips" as their starting quarterback. Unclear as that is, we still do have an understanding of what Wisconsin's offense will look like in Week 1.

Spring Football Preview: Linebackers

Chris Borland enters 2012 at the center of arguably the Big Ten's finest linebacking corps. How he adjusts to Wisconsin's new 3-4 base defense will go a long, long way in seeing if Gary Andersen is...

Spring Football Preview: Offensive Line

The Badgers are accustomed to losing talent -- and, recently, position coaches -- along their offensive line. But is it just automatic that the production will be just as good up front in 2013?

White, Gordon Begin Task of Replacing Ball

With the Badgers opening spring practice over the weekend, James White and Melvin Gordon returned to the field as Wisconsin's two feature backs. With Montee Ball gone for the NFL, how will...

Bo Ryan: Big Ten Coach of the Year?

A decade ago, Bo Ryan hauled in back-to-back conference coach of the year awards. With the Badgers greatly surpassing expectations this season, could he do it again?

The Enticing Future of Wisconsin's Defense

New coordinator Dave Aranda has a plan, and it should have Badgers fans salivating.

NSD 2013: Which Recruits Could Play Early?

Gary Andersen had 19 new recruits to introduce on Wednesday. How many will actually see the field in 2013?

NSD 2013: Andersen Introduces UW's Class

The Badgers' new head coach has 19 commits to begin his tenure with in Madison. Will any see the field early?

Once Again, Badgers Fall Short in Pasadena

Wisconsin mounted a comeback, but wasn't able to prevent a 20-14 Stanford victory.

Notebook: Ball Approaches Final Game

Wisconsin's star running back will play his last collegiate game on Saturday, though its fifth-year quarterback will finally get his chance at a bowl win.

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