State Journal beat reporters Colten Bartholomew and Jim Polzin get together over Zoom for a special episode of the show: UW senior cornerbacks Faion Hicks and Caesar Williams enter the Red Zone!
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The Badgers passing offense could be "explosive" if UW's top wide receivers can stay healthy this season.
“He told us that he wanted corners that played with a dog mentality. He just want dogs out there on the island," Badgers junior Alexander Smith said of new cornerbacks coach Hank Poteat.
Dean Engram and Alexander Smith have earned most of their playing time the past three seasons on special teams units.
Chimere Dike showed big-play ability, tight ends were all over the field and Leo Chenal shined at the Badgers' ninth spring practice.
Improvements as a blocker and his first big play in college have junior tight end Jack Eschenbach ready for a breakout 2021 season.
Jake Ferguson breaks down why he returned to Wisconsin, the dynamics of the tight end meeting room, what he makes fun of coach Mickey Turner about, how veterans get through spring practices.
“You mark my words: Within five years, Wisconsin’s going to be in the NCAA tournament because that’s how good Marisa Mosely is. I really love her," MacMullan said on an episode of "The Bill Simmons Podcast."
Following a COVID-19 diagnosis, sophomore linebacker Maema Njongmeta's cardiac testing revealed an effusion.
Making headway and earning reps at inside linebacker for the loaded Badgers is a difficult task, but sophomore Tatum Grass was able to do that last season despite being a redshirt freshman walk-on and still new to the position.