Prepare for kick off of the University of Wisconsin's 2020 football season on Friday against Illinois with the Wisconsin State Journal's annual Badgers season preview.
The 2020 Badgers football season will boil down to the choices players, coaches and those around them make as COVID-19 continues to cause issues.
After some controversial stops and starts due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Big Ten Conference football is finally set to go.
In the second part of the State Journal's Badgers football preview, Colten Bartholomew explores just how crucial Sanborn’s play will be for UW.
In what could be his last season as a Badger, tight end Jake Ferguson looks to be a bigger part of UW's passing game after playing nearly every snap at tight end last season.
As the Badgers get ready to kick off the 2020 season Friday against the Illinois Fighting Illini, Colten Bartholomew examines Wisconsin's rost…
Get ready for the 2020 University of Wisconsin football season with Jim Polzin's team-by-team breakdown of the Big Ten Conference.
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With a week left before opening the season against Illinois, the University of Wisconsin football team’s offensive line is still ironing out its top unit.
Houston transfer Collin Wilder has a chance to be a key factor at safety this season, after Reggie Pearson wasn't medically cleared to play.
Graham Mertz is officially listed as the Badgers starting quarterback, while other positions are still being decided as UW released its depth chart Sunday evening.
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