Wisconsin Badgers News for March 4, 2014
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Legacy men: UW senior night [$]

Evan Anderson, Zach Bohannon and Ben Brust will take to the Kohl Center floor on Wednesday for the final time in their Wisconsin careers. Their impact at UW is hard to measure.

Michigan wins outright Big Ten title but UW gets help elsewhere...

Madison – Michigan ended Wisconsin’s Big Ten title hopes Tuesday night with an impressive 84-53 victory at Illinois.That gave the Wolverines (22-7, 14-3 Big Ten) the outright title.UW (24-5, 11-5) can still secure the No. 2 seeding for the Big Ten tournament.The Badgers are tied with Michigan State (22-7, 11-5) with two games remaining but hold the head-to-head tiebreaker over the Spartans because of their 60-58 victory in Madison.UW did get a boost from elsewhere however.The Badgers are in posi

Spring Football Preview: Defense [$]

With Wisconsin set to begin its 15 spring practice slate on Wednesday, BadgerNation previews the Badgers on the defensive side of the ball.

Badgers' senior night to include pre- and post-game tributes

Madison – Wisconsin fans interested in helping honor seniors Ben Brust and Zach Bohannon and redshirt junior Evan Anderson on Wednesday can do so before and after the Badgers’ game against Purdue.Tip-off is set for 8 p.m.According to UW officials, Brust, Bohannon and Anderson, who is leaving the team after he graduates in May, will be introduced with their parents and receive a framed jersey 20 minutes before tip-off.Approximately 14 minutes before tip-off, the team will head to the locker room

Vitto Brown out; class work leaves Badgers short-handed late

Madison - For a few minutes during basketball practice Tuesday, Wisconsin was down to eight healthy players.Vitto Brown (upper-leg muscle strain) and Riley Dearring (knee) were out.Evan Anderson, Ben Brust, Zach Bohannon, Zak Showalter and Duje Dukan were gone because of academic responsibilities.Frank Kaminsky was out for a few minutes after getting hit in the groin.After Kaminsky was able to go, he rejoined Traevon Jackson, Sam Dekker, Josh Gasser, Nigel Hayes, Bronson Koenig, Jordan Hill and

Wisconsin vs. Purdue preview: Ryan's philosophy steadies UW toward...

Wisconsin's final home game of the season isn't about sweeping Purdue or avenging last year's Senior Day loss. It's about staying the course and building on the lessons learned through a long season. Each basketball season is a marathon. Wisconsin's 2013-'14 season is one of the best examples of that analogy. I have expressed a theory about the long, grueling nature of this season specifically, due to the Canadian summer tour. Just like any foot race, getting off to a good start is importa

Three-Point Shot: Purdue [$]

Before No.9 Wisconsin takes on Purdue at the Kohl Center Wednesday evening, Badger Nation looks at the three burning questions we're looking to have answered.

Ben Brust's got (all-around) game after four seasons at UW

Ben Brust has gone from a nondescript freshman who played a total of 45 minutes to an all-around contributor who is set to start his 65th consecutive game - and final one at home - when the Badgers host Purdue Wednesday night.

Okun taking Pac-12 trip

Zach Okun knows all about the outstanding facilities and the trendy uniforms at Oregon. He wants to see those for sure but the four-star offensive guard wants to go more in-depth during his visit to Eugene early this week.

Wisconsin spring football preview: 5 questions about quarterbacks...

Well, this post isn't going to get any comments. "Oh no, Rosin's talking about quarterbacks." One of you is likely saying that. It's where there's a schism between myself and the base. Where even daring to call Joel Stave's 2013 season an overall B- causes an apoplexy of teeth-gnashing. But that was last season. And this year, there's hope, hype and a few question marks going toward who's actually going to catch passes. The receiver question? That's for another day. Today, we're going t

5 things to watch as UW begins spring football practice

Wisconsin is set to open its second spring football practice under coach Gary Andersen Wednesday in the McClain Center.

Foster to visit UW this weekend [$]

Sophomore offensive lineman Sean Foster plans to visit Wisconsin this weekend for a spring practice.

Gonzalez Unsure About Wisconsin [$]

Union City (NJ) Hill offensive lineman Steven Gonzalez was excited about getting an offer from Wisconsin last fall, calling the school an "offensive lineman factory." But after his recruiting coach left and nobody told him, Gonzalez isn't so sure about the Badgers.

Ben Brust loves to annoy -- on defense, that is

Madison – Sometime today we’ll post a story looking at the development of senior guard Ben Brust, one of three departing players set to be honored after Wisconsin’s game against Purdue Wednesday night at the Kohl Center.UW coach Bo Ryan on Monday was asked about Brust’s development and one of the areas he cited was defense.“Defensively, he’s been able to handle guys bigger than him,” Ryan said of Brust, listed at 6-foot-1. “He’s been able to, speed-wise, beat guys to spots.”Curious, I asked Ryan

Wisconsin spring football preview: Offensive linemen have opportunity...

Four of the Badgers' five offensive line positions return starters, but with head coach Gary Andersen limiting Dallas Lewallen and Dan Voltz in the spring, young linemen like true freshman Michael Deiter could gain some early experience. Looking at the Wisconsin offensive line on paper, this position is one of most experienced groups heading into spring practices. Five of the six offensive linemen who started in 2013 return with a combined 74 starts. Back to the grind are tackles Tyler Marz and

Spring preview: Defensive backs

The Badgers retained most of their cornerbacks, but the safety position will be interesting to watch this spring.

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