Wisconsin finishes winter workouts; introducing a pair of incoming football freshmen
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A look inside Wisconsin’s workouts
Wisconsin finished its winter workouts last week and gave everyone a little bit of a peak into what they’re all about.
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Jack Sanborn on the mend
Jesse Temple spent the day with Wisconsin signee Jack Sanborn to see what the linebacker has been up to as he rehabs from a torn labrum.
Jaylan Franklin ready to focus on football
Incoming Wisconsin recruit Jaylan Franklin achieved plenty on the football field, but he has excelled at other sports, as well. So just how good can he be now that he’ll be focusing strictly on football? He’s anxious to find out.
Badgers among NFL combine top performers
The Badgers had six players take part in the NFL combine. NFL.com has a condensed look at all of their on-field tests and drills.
Nigel Hayes entertains his teammates
Former Wisconsin star Nigel Hayes is on a 10-day contract with the Toronto Raptors. On Sunday, in just 5 minutes of action, he hit a pair of 3-pointers and entertained his teammates who in turn rejoiced in celebration.
Appreciating Wisconsin’s NCAA streak
For the first time since 1998, the Badgers did not hear their name called on Selection Sunday. But that should just make everyone appreciate that 19-year run even more, writes Mike Lucas at UWBadgers.com.
Badgers basketball has reason for optimism
Despite a down year that ended with a losing record for Wisconsin, the Wisconsin State Journal’s Tom Oates sees plenty of reasons for optimism moving forward for coach Greg Gard and the Badgers.
Selection show draws the ire of Frank Kaminsky
He certainly wasn’t alone in his thinking, but ex-Wisconsin star Frank Kaminsky was vocal in his dislike for how the NCAA Tournament selection show was put together this year on TBS.
Wisconsin women headed to Frozen Four
Thanks to a 4-0 shutout of rival Minnesota, the Wisconsin women’s hockey team claimed a spot in the Frozen Four for a fifth straight season. The Badgers will face Colgate this weekend.
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