Baker Mayfield is the new Johnny Football (on the field) and the Badgers keep giving you reasons to believe.
Wisconsin forward Nigel Hayes has become an outspoken advocate for paying campus athletes, and has joined a lawsuit against the NCAA that seeks to end college sports amateurism. Why is he taking a stand?
You just need to thumb back less than 50 years through your American history books to find lynching as a horrifyingly common practice.
Even if you hate the free market and think schools should be able to continue to exploit athletes, there's no denying the economics.
After a slow start and a mid-season coaching change, the Badgers have plodded their way back to the Sweet 16.
Bo Ryan built Wisconsin into an unlikely college basketball powerhouse, and his sudden retirement doesn't figure to change that.
Wisconsin sophomore Nigel Hayes met with and was amazed by the press stenographer and decided to put her skills to the test with a string of ridiculous and uncommon words.