The Warhawks are looking to win their sixth national championship under outgoing head coach Lance Leipold
Matt Behrendt threw for 365 yards and four touchdowns and UW-Whitewater continued its mastery of Mount Union in the NCAA Division III championship game with a 43-34 victory Friday night.
After seeing Wisconsin slump to a 7-6 finish in 2008, a season marred by subpar quarterback play, then-junior Scott Tolzien knew someone had to emerge and lead the offense.
Tolzien turned out to be that player...
UW-Whitewater's “Pound The Rock” mentality never gets old for the Warhawks.
The football program's motto has been a mainstay throughout Lance Leipold's tenure.
With 42 starts on his Wisconsin résumé, former offensive lineman John Moffitt understands as well as anyone what Paul Chryst brings to a football program.
The former Badgers player and coordinator was introduced at a press conference Wednesday.
Hours after Mount Union dismantled Wesley in one semifinal, the Warhawks got two touchdowns from running back Dennis Moore on the way to a 20-14 victory over Linfield (Ore.) College.
Sam Dekker scored 17 points to lead No. 5 Wisconsin to an 86-43 win over Nicholls State.
Forrest Perkins, the legendary athletic director and football coach for whom the Warhawks' football stadium is named, died Dec. 13. He was 94.
Warhawks host Linfield College in a Division III football national semifinal at 2:30 p.m.