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Wisconsin Badgers

Wisconsin Badgers
The Badgers are the athletic teams at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. The teams compete in the Big Ten conference and the school colors are red and white. The school has won 27 NCAA titles, including six in hockey. Well-known athletes and coaches include Barry Alvarez, Pat Richter, Alan Ameche, Elroy Hirsh, Bob Johnson, Jeff Sauer, Mark Johnson, Joe Thomas, Jolene Anderson, Billy Marek, Alando Tucker, Pat O'Dea, Jim Mott and Ron Dayne.
The Badgers are the athletic teams at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. The teams compete in the Big Ten conference and the school colors are red and white. The school has won 27 NCAA titles, including six in hockey. Well-known athletes and coaches include Barry Alvarez, Pat Richter, Alan Ameche, Elroy Hirsh, Bob Johnson, Jeff Sauer, Mark Johnson, Joe Thomas, Jolene Anderson, Billy Marek, Alando Tucker, Pat O'Dea, Jim Mott and Ron Dayne. « Show less

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  • The Sports Xchange: Big Ten breakout players

    The Sports Xchange The Sports Xchange: Big Ten breakout players One player's bad break is a chance for another to become a breakout. Such is the hope in Columbus, where Big Ten Player of the Year frontrunner Braxton Miller re-injured his right...
  • Bowling Green - TeamReport

    NCAAF Team Report - Bowling Green - INSIDE SLANT Bowling Green is coming off a 10-4 season which included the Falcons' first Mid-American Conference championship since 1992. And the Falcons are the pick of many to repeat as champions. Miami was the...
  • UF quarterback Jeff Driskel juggled slicing up game film, brisket at 4 Rivers during summer

    UF quarterback Jeff Driskel juggled slicing up game film, brisket at 4 Rivers during summer
    GAINESVILLE — Patrons of the 4 Rivers Smokehouse in Gainesville were treated to an unusual sight this summer. There, tucked away behind the counter and meticulously cutting away at the day's brisket, was a familiar face — UF starting...
  • Baltimore's Larry Collmus named NYRA's next race caller

    Baltimore native Larry Collmus, the voice of the Triple Crown and the Breeders' Cup for NBC Sports, was named the New York Racing Association's next race caller. He will be succeeding Tom Durkin. Collmus will continue to call races at Churchill Downs...
  • Maryland men's basketball plays Wisconsin in 'Super Tuesday' game in February

    Maryland men's basketball plays Wisconsin in 'Super Tuesday' game in February
    Maryland's men's basketball team will play one "Super Tuesday" game on ESPN in 2015, facing Wisconsin at the Xfinity Center at 7 p.m. on Feb. 24. ESPN's "Super Tuesday" schedule -- which features a game from the Big Ten and SEC each week -- was...
  • Melvin Gordon and Wisconsin happy he stayed home

    Melvin Gordon and Wisconsin happy he stayed home
    Melvin Gordon's original plan was to take the road less traveled. Rather than follow the path between tackle and guard carved out by the likes of the Badgers' Ron Dayne, Anthony Davis, P.J. Hill, John Clay and Montee Ball, Gordon would leave home-...
  • Confident Gophers come out swinging

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Minnesota - INSIDE SLANT The Gophers were ready to rumble when fall camp opened. Several showing incidents took place on the first day of practice as players from the offensive and defensive lines went at it after...
  • Badgers hope to hit the ground running

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Wisconsin - INSIDE SLANT Despite returning just eight starters from last season's nine-win team, including losing star linebacker Chris Borland and steady wide receiver Jared Abbrederis, and still facing question...
  • Schedule sets up nicely for Iowa

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Iowa - INSIDE SLANT Iowa had a bounce-back season in 2013 with an 8-5 record and a strong finish that included a big win at Nebraska in the regular-season finale before a loss to LSU in the Outback Bowl. The...
  • Neuqua grad returns to Badgers' roster

    Former Neuqua Valley soccer standout Jacob Brindle is a senior on Wisconsin's 2014 roster and hopes to make an even bigger impact for the Badgers. Last year, Brindle appeared in 20 games and made three starts. He had eight goals and one assist. Two of...
  • Illini set sights on winning season

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Illinois - INSIDE SLANT For those who believe that history repeats itself, Illinois should be in bowl contention this year. The previous five coaches before Tim Beckman took the Fighting Illini to the postseason by...
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  • Discovery of $43 million prompts city oversight of 'special funds'

    Following the discovery of nearly $43 million that accumulated unnoticed for 17 years in a Transportation Department account, Los Angeles City Councilman Paul Krekorian called Tuesday for more transparency for other so-called special funds that he said...
  • L.A. looks to ban possession of high-capacity gun magazines

    The Los Angeles City Council voted Friday to draft a law prohibiting the possession of high-capacity ammunition magazines, sparking lawsuit threats from two gun rights organizations. On an 11-0 vote, the council called for an ordinance labeling the...
  • L. A. City Council to consider tighter ammunition laws

    L. A. City Council to consider tighter ammunition laws
    Saying the public is beyond frustrated, members of the Los Angeles City Council's public safety committee agreed Friday to make it illegal to possess the type of high-capacity ammunition magazines that were used to kill 20 schoolchildren and six adults in...
  • On Education: Glendale school board not quite the political springboard

    On Education: Glendale school board not quite the political springboard
    Glendale Unified school board members are 0-2 in consecutive 43rd Assembly District races. Local businessman and Republican candidate Greg Krikorian last week resumed his seat on the dais at district headquarters after conceding to Democratic incumbent...
  • L.A. Councilman Says Office Flooded with 'Topless Maids' Calls

    BURBANK, Calif. (KTLA) -- A Los Angeles city councilman claims his office has been flooded with calls that were forwarded by a topless maid service. Councilman Paul Krekorian says the calls started pouring in after a picture of a hot pink van advertising...
  • L.A. Takes Unclaimed Parking Ticket Money Owed to Drivers

    L.A. Takes Unclaimed Parking Ticket Money Owed to Drivers
    LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles City Council last month seized more than $56,000 set aside for motorists who had successfully challenged their parking tickets, using the small sum to help patch a big budget hole. Now some at City Hall are questioning...
  • Teen Pleads Not Guilty in Crash that Led to Electrocutions

    Teen Pleads Not Guilty in Crash that Led to Electrocutions
    VALLEY VILLAGE, Calif. (KTLA) -- A 19-year-old man pleaded not guilty Monday to vehicular manslaughter charges related to the deaths of two women who were electrocuted when they tried to render aid after he crashed into a light pole. Arman Samsonian...
  • Fundraiser to help pay ambulance fees of Good Samaritans who were electrocuted

    Fundraiser to help pay ambulance fees of Good Samaritans who were electrocuted
    L.A. City Councilman Paul Krekorian is expected to announce Thursday a fundraising effort to help pay the ambulance fees for two women electrocuted when they tried to help a driver in a Valley Villagecar crash. Krekorian said the families of Stacey...
  • Donors cover ambulance bills for families of electrocution victims

    Donors cover ambulance bills for families of electrocution victims
    VALLEY VILLAGE -- Private donors have committed more than $10,000 to cover ambulance fees for the victims who were either injured or electrocuted as they tried to rescue a 19-year-old Glendale man who crashed into a fire hydrant and downed a power line,...
  • San Fernando Valley roundup: Donors raise $10k to cover victims' emergency fees, Winning Mega Millions ticket sold in Sherman Oaks

    San Fernando Valley roundup: Donors raise $10k to cover victims' emergency fees, Winning Mega Millions ticket sold in Sherman Oaks
    Good morning readers, today is Monday, September 3.  Private donors have raised more than $10,000 to cover ambulance fees for the victims who were either injured or electrocuted in last month’s Valley Village crash. Victims had been charged...
  • Crowd protests killer's release

    Crowd protests killer's release
    Roughly 400 people protested Thursday outside the consulates of Hungary and Azerbaijan, decrying the release and pardon of an Azerbaijani soldier convicted of killing an Armenian military officer with an ax. The murder of Gurgen Markarian occurred in...