A position by position breakdown of how Wisconsin football has fared with getting scholarship players into the league. First up, the defense.
Identity creates continuity even when the coaches change, and Wisconsin's steady identity could make the Badgers the West's safest bet despite changing coaches and losing Melvin Gordon.
Inconsistency and an inability to force turnovers made it a rocky 2014 for the Wisconsin secondary. Look for things to turn around with an experienced unit in 2015.
The Badgers are favored, but history tends toward the Buckeyes. Can Wisconsin finish out strong? Can Cardale Jones play quarterback? Will UW's offensive line be healthy?
Our writers dissect the victory from Saturday, praise Joel Stave in the process and look ahead to Ohio State.
A game too close for comfort went the Badgers' way in the end, as they held on for a two-point victory. Our writers break down the game and provide insights as to what to expect next week with the...
Wisconsin prepares for Purdue Saturday, which boasts an offense that's given some defenses fits this season.
With a handful of spots open, let's take a look at how the Badgers will look to finish up their class.
Gary Andersen held a mostly upbeat press conference on Monday to discuss Rutgers and recap Saturday's win over Maryland.