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College football deluges TV schedule
It used to be an honor for college football teams to play on TV. Now it’s a demerit if you aren’t.
LSU rallies to beat Wisconsin
LSU rallies to beat Wisconsin
Kenny Hilliard scored on a 28-yard touchdown run to cap a fourth-quarter rally for No. 13 LSU in a 28-24 win over No. 14 Wisconsin at NRG Stadium on Saturday night.
Melvin Gordon up for LSU challenge
Running back Melvin Gordon chose to put the National Football League on hold for one year and return to Wisconsin because he relishes challenges like the one he and his teammates will face Saturday night: A game against a talented LSU team, ranked No. 13 in both national preseason polls.
UW-W Foundation receives AT&T award
The UW-Whitewater Foundation received a $5,000 AT&T Innovation and Investment Award to support the King/Chavez Scholars Program on campus from AT&T Wisconsin.
Badgers' Andersen still mum on quarterbacks
Gary Andersen wouldn't reveal his starting QB Monday, though it still appears Tanner McEvoy will get the nod
Badgers to face touted LSU freshmen
Because LSU once more sent several talented and productive underclassmen to the NFL, head coach Les Miles and his coaches expect to rely heavily on several talented freshmen in 2014.
Tanner McEvoy to take UW's reins

MADISON—Other than saying quarterbacks Tanner McEvoy and Joel Stave both deserve to play this season, Wisconsin football coach Gary Andersen has been coy about who will start the opener against LSU on Saturday in Houston.

Six-game stretch will test Badger hoops

Many college basketball analysts expect Wisconsin this season to give coach Bo Ryan his first Big Ten regular-season title since 2007-'08.

The Badgers return seven of the top eight players from last season's...

Gillins progressing as Badgers' backup QB
UW coach Gary Andersen isn't sure if he'll redshirt the freshman signal-caller
Warhawks to experience life on the road
UW-Whitewater's football team has two long road trips—one to Indiana and another to New Jersey—on its 2014 schedule.