Barrett Nelson, the son of former UW offensive lineman Todd Nelson and younger brother of Badgers sophomore offensive lineman Jack Nelson, committed to UW for the Class of 2022, 247Sports reported Saturday.
The retired Madison physician once worked for the Milwaukee Brewers, Milwaukee Bucks and Green Bay Packers. Now he's written a book about those experiences.
The contracts of the top two assistant coaches are extended through 2023.
Wilson, the Conference USA Coach of the Year in 2020 and 2021, replaces Michael Burcin.
Tom Burke, 44, was arraigned Monday in State District Court in Duluth, and will be held on $100,000 bail.
Details of the Big Ten's coronavirus protocol changes for football and other sports were revealed during a Friday meeting. Here's what we know.
Nebraska and Indiana visit to close out the season.
The proposed 12-team College Football Playoff would feature six spots for the highest-ranked conference champions and six for at-large selections.
When the 12-team playoff would go into effect is probably the biggest unanswered question.
UW's new partnership with a sports tech company will give players tools and lessons to use in the NIL marketplace in advance of the anticipated loosening of NCAA restrictions.
An OT assist Monday made Cole Caufield just the second player to win the Hobey Baker Award and advance past the second round of the NHL playoffs in the same season.
A 12-member group will be inducted on Sept. 10.
The matchup, originally scheduled for last season, had to be moved due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Choosing only five stories from a career that dates to 1997 wasn’t easy. I’ve been blessed to interview a lot of interesting people and cover …
Ruben Anthony is calling for an independent review of the hiring of Chris McIntosh, arguing that the hiring process was tainted by outgoing athletic director Barry Alvarez's open support for McIntosh.
So what happens now? Let’s take a look at what these moves mean for the Badgers.
Ron Dayne calls him a "fighter." Ross Kolodziej said battling him at practice made getting to the NFL a possibility. Both men believe Chris McIntosh, the Badgers' new athletic director, is the right man for the job.
After the University of Wisconsin announced Chris McIntosh as Barry Alvarez's successor as athletic director, we asked Badgers fans what they …
UW’s new AD said he is “a different person than Barry (Alvarez) is and I have a different approach” and added that the department faces “significant, real challenges.”
From his Wisconsin roots to his business background, to his time as a Badgers tackle and in the NFL, here's what you should know about the Badgers' next AD.
McIntosh said he’s “humbled and excited” to be taking over for Barry Alvarez, who’s retiring June 30.
“Certainly my style is different from Barry’s,” McIntosh said in the biggest understatement of the day. “Barry has his own unique style. It’s been well-documented. Swagger is a term that he has trademarked. I have my own style, and I’m comfortable with how I am.”
As expected, the UW System Board of Regents on Wednesday morning approved a contract with the former Badgers football player to be only the third UW athletic director in the past 32 years.
The middle hitter opts to use the extra year of eligibility made available to athletes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With the University of Wisconsin officially promoting Chris McIntosh to succeed Barry Alvarez on Wednesday, take a look back at the university…