So, what happened this offseason? The first of our 2014 B5Q Roundtables takes a stab at that question.
Last year, Michael Caputo made some big steps at safety. This year, he will need to assume the role as leader of the Badgers’ defensive backfield.
The Badgers currently sit at 77 scholarships with the news of today, so what does that mean for tomorrow?
Last week, we looked at Wisconsin's possible post-spring offensive depth chart. This week, as the defense loses nine key contributors, we look at who's shown flashes and possibly earned some reps...
The Badgers scrimmaged outdoors thanks to some balmy 39-degree weather. Corey Clement and several defensive players were the highlights.
Gary Andersen touched on a variety of topics after Wednesday's practice, including the improvement of D.J. Gillins, another true freshman who's impressed and who UW's next great leaders might be.
With National Signing Day in the books, here's a look at how Wisconsin's 82 scholarships are distributed.
For National Signing Day, we are profiling each recruit that signs with Wisconsin, including safety Lubern Figaro from Everett, Mass. Stay tuned to B5Q all week for more coverage of Wisconsin's...
The Nittany Lions' Christian Hackenberg crashed the Badgers' Senior Day with a 339-yard, four-touchdown passing performance.
Wisconsin is one of five teams in the FBS to rank in the top 10 in scoring defense, rushing defense, passing defense and total defense.
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...