Army runs a triple-option offense, it’s limited in its kicking game and three other things to know about the Black Knights heading into Saturday’s game against the Badgers.
Illinois coach Bret Bielema was the coach at UW from 2006-2012, the Illini rely on their run game and three other things to know about the program.
Offensive line issues, Chase Wolf's throwing motion and running backs' effort in pass protection all caught Wisconsin football beat reporter Colten Bartholomew's eye against Michigan.
The Badgers dropped their eighth consecutive game to a ranked opponent with a 38-17 loss to Michigan at Camp Randall.
Fans were at their wit’s end early in the second quarter, raining boos on the offense after it started the game with four consecutive three-and-outs. Then things changed.
State Journal beat reporter Colten Bartholomew and columnist Jim Polzin take a 30,000-foot view of the Badgers offense and if their style is tenable long-term, what’s wrong with UW’s offensive line, and how the defense has a tough test against Michigan’s offensive line. They wrap up by making Big Ten picks.
The University of Wisconsin football team is off to its worst start to a season since coach Paul Chryst took over in 2015. The Badgers will defend a five game-winning streak against Michigan in Camp Randall on Saturday. Michigan comes in 4-0 and ranked No. 14 in the nation, while UW is 1-2 and fell off the Top 25 rankings this week.
Mistakes fielding punts and on kickoff coverage cost the Badgers dearly against Notre Dame.
In a statement Tuesday, the Big Ten said Michigan-Ohio State is one of the most important rivalries in sports, and it will speak with league programs about title-game rules.
Aaron McMann, Michigan football beat reporter for MLive Media Group, assesses the Wolverines’ matchup on Saturday against No. 13 Wisconsin.
The Wolverines allowed 323 passing yards and three touchdowns to Michigan State and 344 yards and three scores to Indiana in the past two weeks.
College football still has a number of questions to answer and issues to address before next season begins in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.