Author: Dylan Buboltz

It’s Ax Week for the Wisconsin Badgers. They take on their arch rival Minnesota Golden Gophers. The Paul Bunyan Ax and a trip to the Big Ten Championship game is on the line. Here is what the Badgers need to do to clinch the West. Establish The Run Game Minnesota knows Wisconsin will run the ball. Viewers will know Wisconsin will run the ball. It’s okay this isn’t a secret. The Badgers have a stud running back in freshman Braelon Allen. They should use him and use him a lot. What does concern me is Minnesota’s defense. The Golden Gophers…

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The Wisconsin Badgers defeated the Texas A&M Aggies 69-58 in the opening game of the Maui Invitational. The tournament, usually in Hawaii, has been changed to Las Vegas. It was an impressive win for a young Wisconsin team. Here are my takeaways from today’s game. Slow Start But Defense Led To Good Offense https://twitter.com/TheBadgerNation/status/1462878449991929866 If you watched this afternoon’s game, the first ten minutes was not good. Wisconsin fell behind as much as 16 in the first half. Texas A&M made six of their first seven threes and controlled the pace of the game. The up and down style made…

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The Wisconsin Badgers close out their home portion of the regular season this Saturday. They welcome the Nebraska Cornhuskers. The Badger control their own destiny in the Big Ten West. It’s this simple: they need to win this game. Here are three keys to a win Saturday. Contain Adrian Martinez Adrian Martinez #2 of the Nebraska Cornhuskers (Photo by Corey Perrine/Getty Images) On offense, the Cornhuskers go as far as Adrian Martinez takes them. The senior quarterback has had an up and down career in Lincoln. At one point in his sophomore season, he was considered a favorite to win…

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The Wisconsin Badgers defeated the Northwestern Wildcats 35-7 Saturday afternoon in Madison. The victory extends Wisconsin’s winning streak to six games. There were a number of standouts in today’s game. Here are my three studs. Braelon Allen Braelon Allen has been an amazing standout and continued it today against the Wildcats. After Chez Mellusi suffered a season ending injury last week against Rutgers, Allen stepped up with 25 carries for 173 yards and three touchdowns. Allen now has six consecutive games of at least 100 yards rushing. If Wisconsin wants to get to Indianapolis in a few weeks, Braelon Allen…

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After a 52-3 beat down of Rutgers last week, the Badgers return home to take on Northwestern. The Wildcats (3-6) are struggling after winning the Big Ten West last season. It will be no easy task regardless for Wisconisn. Here are three keys to a win this Saturday, Run, Run, Run Chez Mellusi and Braelon Allen are both dinged up this week. Having these two as healthy as possible will be key down the stretch. If the Badgers can get a good showing from one or both players, Wisconsin will be looking good. Northwestern ranks 125th out of 130 FBS…

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Believe it or not but the Wisconsin Badgers return to the basketball court tomorrow night. They open up against St. Francis BK. Tip time is 7 PM at the Kohl Center. It will be a season of a bunch of new faces and youth. Here are my predictions for this season. It Will Be A Season Of Ups and Downs There will be nights this season where we see the potential of this team in the future. There will also be nights of frustration from Badger fans. My advice is this: be patient with this team. Wisconsin only returns three…

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Don’t look now but here come the Wisconsin Badgers. After a 27-7 win over #9 Iowa last Saturday, the Badgers seem to be in the driver’s seat to win the Big Ten West. If they win their remaining four games, the West will be theirs. No one thought this would be possible a month ago. Here are three players that are behind the turnaround of this season. Braelon Allen https://twitter.com/IKE_Badgers/status/1455209049050525696 This is an obvious choice. Over the last four games, Braelon Allen has rushed for over 100 yards in each of those games. Along with Chez Mellusi, the Badgers…

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It’s a massive game in the Big Ten West this Saturday. The Wisconsin Badgers welcome #9 Iowa. The winner of this game will have a hold on the Big Ten West. Kickoff is scheduled for 11 A.M. Here is what the Badgers need to do in order to secure a huge victory. Keep The Momentum Going Last week was a big win for Wisconsin against Purdue. The Badgers defense was excellent and the running game was fantastic. The Badgers have their duo in Chez Mellusi. Defense and the run game makes Wisconsin what it is. if they want to win…

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It’s hard to believe, but the Wisconsin Badgers return to the court this week. They have an exhibition game against UW-Whitewater on Friday night. It’s a ton of new faces on the team this year. As a result, there are a lot of minutes up fro grabs in argubly the toughest conference in the country. Me any colleague Ben Spiering chatted with Asher Low of the Locked on Badgers podcast and of BadgersWire to help preview this years team. What are your thoughts on the 10th place preseason poll and where you think this team will up at the end…

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The Wisconsin Badgers defeated Army tonight at Camp Randall Stadium 20-14. To say this was an ugly win is an understatement. However, with the difficult triple option offense Army runs, it’s a tough game to prepare and defend. Here are my post game thoughts from tonight’s game. Leo Chenal Is An Absolute Stud We all knew the physical strength Leo Chenal possessed when he first stepped on campus. He’s taken that strength on the field and has turned into a very good linebacker. He was the player of the game tonight with 17 tackles and a forced fumble. Chenal would…

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