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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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  • What to watch for in Duke-Wisconsin national title game

    Duke is the four-time national champion accustomed to playing in the spotlight this time of year. Wisconsin is the plucky upstart that won its only championship in 1941. The two will meet with everything at stake Monday night. The Blue Devils cruised...
  • After loss, Kentucky awaits decisions on players' futures

    Big, blue lockers provided fitting shelter for Kentucky players stunned after leaving the court. Guard Tyler Ulis cried. Center Dakari Johnson stared blankly ahead. Talk was barely above a whisper. Now wasn't the right time to start discussing the...
  • Mark Story: Usual clutch play deserted Kentucky in the end

    INDIANAPOLIS In the end, it all slipped away so quickly. Kentucky's dream of an unbeaten season, of a ninth national championship, seemed on course. When Karl-Anthony Towns scored over Wisconsin star Frank Kaminsky with 6:35 left, the Cats led 60-56....
  • Gay rights rally goes to Indianapolis NCAA Final Four site

    Hundreds of people calling for Indiana to add protections for gays and lesbians to the state's civil-rights laws marched through downtown Indianapolis Saturday, attracting the attention basketball fans attending the NCAA Final Four, some of whom offered...
  • Wisconsin-Kentucky was the most watched Final Four game in 19 years

    Wisconsin-Kentucky was the most watched Final Four game in 19 years
    When the Wisconsin-Kentucky game had ended late Saturday night, veteran play-by-play man Jim Nantz said on TBS that it was one of the best national semifinals he had ever seen. It was definitely one of the most-watched NCAA Final Four national...
  • Madison police are prepared for NCAA championship game

    Madison police say they have a plan in place to deal with downtown crowds reacting to the results of the NCAA championship game Monday night. Thousands flooded the streets Saturday night celebrating the Wisconsin Badgers' 71-64 Final Four win over the...
  • Frank Kaminsky wins Oscar Robertson trophy, AP Player of the Year

    Frank Kaminsky wins Oscar Robertson trophy, AP Player of the Year
    INDIANAPOLIS - True to his comedic personality and basketball prowess, Wisconsin senior Frank Kaminsky was honored Friday with the Oscar Robertson Trophy recognizing him as the nation's best player in a light-hearted affair. The award, voted on annually...
  • A perfect ending — for Wisconsin as it topples undefeated Kentucky

     A perfect ending — for Wisconsin as it topples undefeated Kentucky
    INDIANAPOLIS — Wisconsin was considered the jovial team of jokesters who strapped video cameras to their chests, teased stenographers and asked each other silly questions at news conferences. Of course, this jolly exterior wasn't always most...
  • Big men are back as Final Four focus centers on centers

    Only days after Kansas was ousted from the NCAA Tournament, Bill Self hopped on a plane to see Charlotte center Mick Throne Jr. The 7-footer is transferring for his senior season, and Self can just picture him patrolling the paint in Allen Fieldhouse. He...
  • Police: 31 arrested following Kentucky's Final Four loss

    Lexington Police say 31 people have been arrested near the University of Kentucky campus following the Wildcats' 71-64 Final Four loss to the Wisconsin Badgers. Police spokeswoman Sherelle Roberts says following the game Saturday night about 1,500 fans...
  • Wisconsin ends Kentucky's undefeated season, reaches national final

    INDIANAPOLIS The unbeatable behemoth is no longer unbeaten. No. 1 Kentucky, considered by some talented enough to compete with NBA teams, wasn't good enough to take down a Wisconsin team that continues to prove it possesses remarkable toughness to...