Wisconsin Badgers News for March 1, 2014
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Wisconsin freshmen rise to occasion

Where would Wisconsin be without the contributions of freshmen Nigel Hayes and Bronson Koenig?

Women's recap: Badgers fall to Minnesota State 3-0

Despite out-shooting the Mavericks 51-22, the Badgers struggled to put the puck in the back of the net A staunch defense and stellar play from Minnesota State senior goalie Danielle Butters were all it took to stymie the Badgers and end a unbeaten streak of eight games in home post-season play. It is just Minnesota State's second ever win against the Badgers and it was a big one. This is not a game Wisconsin will want to dwell on as Alex Rigsby gave up a couple of soft goals and the Badgers wer

Daniels has Big Ten connections [$]

After a conversation with T.J. Woods on Saturday night, 2015 offensive lineman James Daniels added Wisconsin to an already impressive offer list.

RCS Interview: Osa Masina [$]

Four-star athlete Osa Masina provides a recruiting update at the Rivals Camp Series in California.

Badgers offer top 2016 lineman [$]

Wisconsin has extended an offer to 2016 offensive lineman Ben Bredeson, arguably the top 2016 in-state prospect.

New Jersey linebacker picks up Terps offer [$]

The Terps handed out several offers on Thursday, including three-star Barnegat (N.J.) linebacker Manny Bowen, who's excited to visit College Park.

Penn State's turnaround started with victory over Nebraska

State College, Pa. – A stunning sweep of Ohio State for the first time since the 1997-’98 season has provided Patrick Chambers’ Penn State team with an emotional lift and has given the Nittany Lions a legitimate chance to finish the regular season with a winning mark.

Breakdown: No.14 Wisconsin at Penn State [$]

Searching for its seventh straight win and trying to keep pace in the challenging Big Ten, No.14 Wisconsin faces off against battle-tested Penn State for the only time this season in State College. BadgerNation breaks down the matchup.

MSU falls at home, opens door for Badgers to tie for 2nd

State College, Pa. – Wisconsin will have a huge opportunity when it faces Penn State in Big Ten play at 11 a.m. Sunday.The Badgers (23-5, 10-5 Big Ten) can move into a tie for second place with Michigan State (22-7, 11-5) with a victory over the Nittany Lions.Michigan State welcomed forward Branden Dawson (hand) back from injury Saturday and had its full complement of players for the first time in weeks but suffered a 53-46 home loss to Illinois (17-12, 6-10).UW holds the head-to-head tiebreaker

Vitto Brown making strides, albeit quietly

State College, Pa. – While Nigel Hayes has blossomed into one of the top freshmen in the Big Ten, Wisconsin teammate Vitto Brown has spent most of his first season toiling on UW’s scout team.UW associate head coach Greg Gard believes the 6-foot-8, 237-pound Brown has quietly placed himself on a path that will eventually lead to similar exposure and productivity.“He has taken steps in the right direction,” Gard said. “He is going to be a good player. How many opportunities will come this year? It

Badgers Catch Shelley By Surprise [$]

Having offered prospects all over the state during his first full week on the job, Wisconsin running back coach Thomas Brown finally targeted his old high school, surprising Tucker (GA) junior cornerback Duke Shelley with an offer.

Wisconsin vs. Penn State: B5Q grills Black Shoe Diaries

Wisconsin finally hooks up with Penn State, the underdog fresh off a season sweep of Ohio State. With a bye in the B1G tourney in sight, the Badgers cannot afford the suffer a letdown as the Buckeyes and Hawkeyes did this past week. A scheduling oddity takes Wisconsin on the road for its first and only meeting with a Big Ten foe twice in the final eight days of the regular season. First up is Penn State on Sunday, followed by Nebraska one week later in the season finale. The pesky Lions (14-14,

Showalter Taking Advantage of Redshirt [$]

Seeing his minutes wane as last season wore on, Zak Showalter made the decision to redshirt in 2013-14 after not seeing many minutes available at the guard position. As the season heads into its final stretch, Showalter is gaining skills that he believes will be to his benefit.

Spring preview: Tight ends

Sam Arneson leads a position group that will see a lot of turnover now that three seniors have left the program.

Bellamy says Chippewas are early leader [$]

Even though it's early in the recruiting process, Oak Park (Mich.) defensive tackle Shahid Bellamy lists the Chippewas as his top choice.

Hentges has no problem staying busy

Jefferson City, Mo., tight end Hale Hentges has seen his recruitment truly explode in the last month.

Brandt talks early offers

Schools came to Los Angeles (Calif.) Winward to check out Roy Hemsley, but they also got a look at Breland Brandt

Rogers encouraged after MSU visit

Ohio wide receiver Reggie Rogers has yet to receive a Michigan State offer, but a recent visit left him very encouraged.

Charles Matthews Chooses Cats [$]

On Monday night, Charles Matthews indicated that he was down to five schools with a decision looming. That decision came on Wednesday morning at a press conference where the five-star guard announced plans for his future and came off the board to the surprise of few.

Kentucky lands first five-star from 2015

Here we go again. John Calipari and Kentucky have landed yet another five-star prospect. This time it's Charles Matthews, the No. 11 prospect in the class of 2015.

Pat Allen closing in on Terps offer following visit [$]

Rivals250 Reisterstown (Md.) offensive lineman Pat Allen made a surprise trip to College Park on Tuesday. See where the Terps stand following the visit.

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