I'm currently a junior majoring in journalism at UW-Madison. I work as the assistant sports director at 91.7 WSUM Madison student radio. With WSUM, I co-host two weekly sports talk shows and broadcast Wisconsin sporting events for the radio station and the Big Ten Network. Follow me on Twitter @napalm2 for Wisconsin Badgers sports coverage.
Wisconsin football has truly spread its recruiting efforts from coast to coast so far this offseason.
Much still has to fall into place, but the Badgers are working with LSU to play neutral site games in the future.
Spring practice has come and gone, so the Badger football discussion significantly dies down until fall practice commences in August.
Reflecting on Monday's night's championship game and closing out the 2012-13 college basketball season.
The Badgers lose the majority of their frontcourt to graduation but are stacked with talent in the backcourt. Who does that leave in next season's starting rotation?
You may feel like a bit of a traitor, but every Big Ten fan should be pulling harder than ever for Michigan.
Marshall Henderson may be the star for Ole Miss, but don't sleep on some of the Rebels' other talent.
The Badgers played some of their best basketball during the Big Ten Tournament. If they hope to make it to the Sweet 16 again, or even the Elite 8 and beyond, they'll have to put forth similar performances.
With just one day remaining until the Big Ten Tournament commences, we address the major questions surrounding the Badgers' NCAA seeding and latest injuries.
We look over Wisconsin's award winners from the season, as well as the other Big Ten players who received major accolades.
Not only is Bo Ryan still trying to keep his streak of finishing fourth place or better in the Big Ten alive, but the Badgers still need to secure a first-round bye for the Big Ten Tournament.
The loss to Purdue surely hurts Wisconsin in terms of NCAA tournament seeding. Fortunately, the Badgers still have a few chances left at redemption before tourney time.
The senior forward is shooting an abysmal 41 percent from the line this season, which is costing the Badgers down the stretch. Something needs to change before tournament time, when a few missed free throws could easily bounce UW from the postseas
The Badgers seemed on the verge of a deadly tailspin earlier this season after losing four non-conference games. Fast forward a couple months, and now, one sports writer is going as far to call Wisconsin 'dangerous.'
Coming off one of its most horrendous offensive performances, Wisconsin completely flipped the switch on Sunday against Ohio State. Moving forward, what's the Badgers' formula for offensive success?
The Big Ten already decided it wants its teams to play more than eight conference football games per season. Could it increase that number to nine or 10 league games?
The Badgers' junior guard has progressed significantly since last season and is not afraid to take the big shots anymore.
We open up the conversation on UW's past two football coaches, who possess starkly different styles and personalities.
Each week involves tough opponents in the Big Ten, but with redemption on the line against Iowa and another potential marquee victory looming against Michigan, we'll see where Wisconsin deserves to stand in the conference.