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Chryst will take time with quarterback decision
Wisconsin fans likely will have to wait well into August to learn who will take over for Joel Stave at quarterback in 2016.
Badgers relish chance to practice in Green Bay
UW, which opens the 2016 season against LSU on Sept. 3 at Lambeau Field, is scheduled to practice inside the Don Hutson Center on Saturday. The players then will be able to visit Lambeau Field and the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.
Voters at Kasich town hall appearance believe he's electable
Voters at Kasich town hall appearance believe he's electable
Those who attended Kasich's town hall talk Saturday at The Armory in Janesville believe the Ohio governor is capable of being elected president of the United States.
New UW women's coach prioritizing in-state recruits
The Badgers named Jonathan Tsipis their new head coach this week
Miller: A closer look at sports fools
Gazette sports designer/columnist Tom Miller breaks down who's looking foolish in the world of sports on April Fool's Day
Jacobs makes switch from defense to offense for Badgers
When the Wisconsin coaches decided to move Leon Jacobs from defense to offense, the plan called for the 6-foot-2, 235-pounder to get work at tailback. But with fullback Austin Ramesh limited this spring because of a groin injury, Jacobs has been splitting time at fullback with Alec Ingold.
Granato named UW men's hockey coach
The UW Board of Regents approved on Tuesday a five-year contract for Tony Granato as head coach and three-year deals for Don Granato and Osiecki as associate coaches.
Wisconsin underclassmen know where improvement is needed
Wisconsin underclassmen know where improvement is needed
Guard Jordan Hill, who redshirted last season, and freshmen Khalil Iverson, Charlie Thomas and Alex Illikainen got valuable minutes this season. All must get better in the offseason.
Returning Badgers expect another run in 2016-17
Returning Badgers expect another run in 2016-17
There shouldn't be any doubt that UW's players expect more success next season.
Showalter's charge overshadowed by Koenig's buzzer-beater
Less heralded but no less important was the charge Zak Showalter took seconds earlier, anticipating that Xavier guard Edmond Sumner would go to his right hand and beating him to the spot.