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Rudolph to join Chryst's coaching staff at UW

Paul Chryst's first coaching staff at Wisconsin is slowly being pieced together and one of the more critical targets has been secured.

As expected, Joe Rudolph has agreed to return to UW, where he was an...

School closings to continue Thursday
JANESVILLE— The Janesville School District and other area schools are canceling school again Thursday as extreme cold weather is expected to continue overnight.
Kaminsky, Badgers hold off Boilermakers

Frank Kaminsky scored 21 points and Josh Gasser added 15 as fourth-ranked Wisconsin held off stubborn Purdue 62-55 on Wednesday night. 

The Badgers (15-1, 3-0 Big Ten) pulled away from a 45-all tie with a 9-2...

Whitewater men continue to roll; women lose at UW-Superior

UW-Whitewater's men's basketball team continues to roll.

The Warhawks won their fifth straight Wednesday night with a convincing 88-57 WIAC victory over UW-Superior.

Whitewater (11-2, 4-...

Chryst reportedly eyes former Badger assistants Bostad, Rudolph
UW football coach working to add staff members from group that previously found success in Madison.
Kaminsky, Dekker dismantle Wildcats
Kaminsky, Dekker dismantle Wildcats
Frank Kaminsky and Sam Dekker scored 16 points apiece, leading No. 4 Wisconsin to an 81-58 victory over Northwestern on Sunday night.
Badgers' Frank Kaminsky relishes limelight
Wisconsin's big man hasn't let his celebrity status get the best of him this year
Cupboard hardly bare in Madison as Chryst takes over
Quarterback spot seems to be biggest question for new Badgers coach
Trewyn leads Warhawk women back to .500
UW-Whitewater's women's basketball team got back to the .500 mark Saturday by ripping River Falls. Whitewater High graduate Brooke Trewyn had 16 points to lead the Warhawks to a 77-55 WIAC win.
Warhawks remain unbeaten in WIAC play
UW-Whitewater's defense and efficient offense was enough to hold off UW-River Falls in a matchup of two undefeated men's basketball teams in WIAC play Saturday night. The Warhawks held off the host Falcons 67-63 to improve to 3-0 in the WIAC and 10-2 overall.