Weekly Newsletter

Men's Hockey

Men’s hockey: 2017-18 Badgers schedule released

Notre Dame's addition to Big 10 men's hockey headlines Wisconsin's new 2017-18 Wisconsin

Football

Football: New Orleans Saints select Ryan Ramczyk No. 32 overall in 2017 NFL Draft

With a slight curve ball in a wild 2017 NFL Draft, Ramcyzk falls two spots behind teammte T.J. Watt

Football

Football: Pittsburgh Steelers select T.J. Watt with No. 30 overall pick

Watt became the first Badger to go in the first round of the NFL Draft since Melvin Gordon III in 2015

Preview

NY Yankees’ YES Network president to hold Q&A at UW Monday

Forbes magazine has named YES Network the 7th-most valuable sports business brand in the world for the past four years

Men's Basketball

Men’s basketball: Jordan Hill to leave Wisconsin following May 2017 graduation

The redshirt junior will forgo his final year of eligibility with the Badgers to pursue transfer opportunities

Herald

Men’s basketball: BH Bracket Challenge ‘expert bracketologist’ bkpatel shares secrets to 5th place

Basketball fan or not, bkpatel might have the most radical formula for March Madness success out there

Men's Basketball

Hayes: Confused by the Badgers’ 8-seed draw? You’re not alone

Overreaction Monday came early this year in Madison

Men's Basketball

Men’s basketball: Bo Ryan inducted into National Basketball Hall of Fame

Bo Ryan's 364 wins are the most by any head coach in program history, and 99 more than 1941 national championship team head coach Bud Foster

Men's Basketball

Men’s basketball: Badgers say goodbye to 2017 seniors with 66-49 win over rival Minnesota

Wisconsin’s 2017 senior class finished with 110 wins, making them the third-winningest class in program history

Softball

Softball: Badger softball looks to improve on 12-2 record

The Badgers will travel to Texas for five games as Big Ten play nears closer

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