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Fall Camp: Week 1 (Aug. 10-13)
Fall Camp: Week 2 (Aug. 16-20)
Fall Camp: Week 3 (Aug. 23-27)
Week 1: UNLV (Aug. 30 - Sept. 3)
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• Bowl Prep: Week 1 (Nov. 29 - Dec. 3)

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Friday, Dec. 3

No. 4 Wisconsin will learn its bowl destination on Sunday, Dec. 5.

 Morning Newsstand

The 2010 Wisconsin football season was highlighted by many outstanding plays. There were several amazing touchdown runs and receptions. Fans can now vote on their favorite and be entered to win a $100 gift card from Best Buy.
  • UWBadgers.com: Vote for the Wisconsin Football Play of the Year

Ron Dayne was part of a live-chat yesterday on Versus.com. Read the transcript at the link below.
  • Versus.com: Chat with Heisman Winner Ron Dayne

"Ron Dayne surprised a lot of people by returning to school for his senior year at the University of Wisconsin instead of turning pro, and college football's all-time rushing leader is urging Badgers running back John Clay to do the same," according to Adam Mertz.
  • Madison.com: Dayne advising Clay to return for senior year

"My appreciation for [Bret] Bielema has grown steadily over the current season and the process is rooted not so much in performances, but in personalities. I've been around special groups of student-athletes in multiple sports at UW and have come to realize that they are a reflection of the behaviorand attitude at the top," writes Andy Baggot.
  • Madison.com: A sports columnist decides it's time to believe in Bielema

"Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema discusses the Badgers' high-powered offense, life in Madison and much more."
  • ESPN.com: Audio: Wisconsin's Coach Bielema http://grfx.cstv.com/images/icons/audio.gif

"How is Gabe Carimi not the Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year?" asks Michael Bleach.
  • BadgerHerald.com: Carimi deserves Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year

 Badgers in the Pros

"Wyandotte County high school football players learned some new plays when it comes to their finances, and they heard it from a pretty good coach. Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Chris Chambers taught a class about money management and personal finances."
  • NBCActionNews.com: KC Chief teaches a valuable off-field lession in life

"Kraig Urbik would make his second straight start at right guard Sunday if [Eric] Wood is not ready to play," writes Chris Brown.
  • BuffaloBills.com: Wood's status

"From walk-on to All-American at Wisconsin and back again as an undersized and undrafted pro, [Jim] Leonhard continues to defy the odds that were against him," Art Stapleton writes.
  • NorthJersey.com: Jets' Jim Leonhard from small town to the big time

 Photo of the Day

Photo of the DayDL Patrick Butrym (95) and LB Blake Sorensen (9) celebrate on the field following the Badgers' 70-23 win over Northwestern, Nov. 27, 2010 (David Stluka photo)

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@JJWatt99  | ESPN the Magazine photoshoot this morning, followed by writing a paper, then lift. Team Awards Show at the Kohl Center tonight! Who's comin?
Posted Dec. 3 at 8:31 a.m.

 What They're Saying on Facebook  Facebook.com/WisconsinBadgers

Badger fan Moose Haas, in response to "Head coach Bret Bielema is at ESPN headquarters..." ... "I like how coach is hitting the PR circuit to drum up support for the team. Although he's normally on the road recruiting this time of year, I think all of the exposure he is bringing the program is going to help us land better prospects. We are in the news a lot right now!
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 Note of the Day

Prior to this season, Wisconsin had not scored 70 or more points in a game since 1915. The Badgers have surpassed the 70-point mark three times this year.

Thursday, Dec. 2

No. 4 Wisconsin will learn its bowl destination on Sunday, Dec. 5.

 Afternoon Newsstand

"To say that [Kirk] DeCremer gained closure from walking onto the field one last time, accompanied by his mother, would be a misstatement. It's clear he moved on a long time ago. But the invitation to take part in what would have been his final game at Camp Randall Stadium was much appreciated," writes Adam Mertz.
  • Madison.com: Ex-UW football player DeCremer succeeds off the field

"You've heard of embedded journalists, but Bret Bielema is singlehandedly adding a new term to our lexicon Thursday by serving as an embedded coach at ESPN," writes Adam Mertz.
  • Madison.com: Bielema slated for appearances on 10 ESPN shows

"Wisconsin QB Scott Tolzien dishes on the Badgers' 11-1 regular season, the three-way tie at the top of the Big Ten and more."
  • ESPN.com: Tolzien on Scott Van Pelt show http://grfx.cstv.com/images/icons/audio.gif

Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema talks about the Badgers' 2010 season."
  • ESPN.com: Bielema on Wisconsin football Small Video Graphic  |  Big Ten mailblog  |  Chat

"Asked this week whether there was enough young talent on the roster to build on the success enjoyed in 2010, Bielema noted there was," Jeff Potrykus says.
  • JSOnline.com: UW future filled with promise

"[Bret] Bielema is right. There's no need for Wisconsin to wait another 10 years for something like this to happen. It should be one," says Adam Holt.
  • BadgerHerald.com: Bielema is right, 10 years is too long

 Morning Newsstand

The 2010 Wisconsin football season was highlighted by many outstanding plays. There were several amazing touchdown runs and receptions. Fans can now vote on their favorite and be entered to win a $100 gift card from Best Buy.
  • UWBadgers.com: Vote for the Wisconsin Football Play of the Year

"When fans stormed the field following Saturday's 70-23 win over Northwestern, the Badgers' Big Ten trophy presentation was moved into the locker room. The Badger Sports Report was there to provide an insider's view."
  • UWBadgers.com: Inside the Badgers' Big Ten championship celebration Small Video Graphic

"UW coach Bret Bielema has his own thoughts on what might rank as the No. 1 Play of the Year. Of course, you can also voice your opinion by voting for one of the five nominated plays," writes Mike Lucas.
  • UWBadgers.com: Badgers' best on display at awards show

"One of the inevitable byproducts of a successful season for University of Wisconsin football coach Bret Bielema is having to fend off other teams from trying to hire away his assistant coaches," Tom Mulhern writes in this notes column.
  • Madison.com: Bielema ready for raids on his staff

"Face it, the Badgers can play with any team in the country -- and they'll get the chance to prove it," according to Tom Oates.
  • Madison.com: UW can play anyone, and they'll get a chance to prove it

"When the Badgers return to practice this weekend, they will start preparation for their expected berth in the Rose Bowl. They will also continue to develop the players who will determine if they can maintain this level and not wait 11 years between titles, which is the gap since the last one," writes Tom Mulhern.
  • Madison.com: Badgers believe they can sustain their winning ways

"While he waits to learn his team's bowl destination and opponent, Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema plans to address the potential makeup of the 2011 roster. That includes exploring the National Football League options for defensive end J.J. Watt, tailback John Clay and wide receiver Nick Toon, all fourth-year juniors," according to Jeff Potrykus.
  • JSOnline.com: Three UW stats ponder NFL future  |  Roundtable
  • Buckys5thQuarter.com: NFL lockout would be beneficial for Badgers

"Heisman ballots are in the mail. With the field of favorites rapidly narrowing down the stretch, Alternate Heisman Reality looks at some of the more deserving candidates off the beaten path," writes Matt Hinton. Today: Wisconsin left tackle Gabe Carimi.
  • Yahoo.com: The case for Carimi, Badger bludgeoner du jour

Ralph D. Russo of the Associated Press says that Gabe Carimi is one of six players worthy of Heisman consideration.
  • AP.org: Pick Six: Players worthy of Heisman consideration

"Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema said he's not beyond lobbying to help his fourth-ranked Badgers however he can. He also has a little empathy for Michigan State's plight," according to Colin Fly.
  • AP.org: Wisconsin coach says No. 4 Badgers can play anyone

 Badgers in the Pros

San Francisco has promoted rookie safety Chris Maragos from the practice squad to the active roster.
  • SacBee.com: Injury shuffle: Maragos promoted

Owen Daniels is expected back for week 14 after missing the previous four games due to a hamstring injury.
  • NBCSports.com: Daniels 'definitely' back for Week 14

 Photo of the Day

Photo of the DayOffensive linemen Gabe Carimi (68), Peter Konz (66) and Kevin Zeitler (70) celebrate a Big Ten championship on the field following the Badgers' 70-23 win over Northwestern, Nov. 27, 2010 (David Stluka photo)

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@BigTenScott  | WIS' Lance Kendricks named honorable mention choice for John Mackey Award National Tight End of the Week for his efforts vs. NU.
Posted Dec. 1 at 12:23 p.m.

 What They're Saying on Facebook  Facebook.com/WisconsinBadgers

Badger fan Rodney Lawler, in response to "Let's get 10,000 followers by the bowl game!!" ... "This could easily be the best team the Badgers have ever had."  |  Badgers on Facebook  |  Badger Football on Facebook

 Note of the Day

UW finished a perfect 7-0 home season, just the fourth 7-0 home season in school history. The Badgers scored 342 points in its seven home games this season, an average of 48.9 points per game.

Tuesday, Nov. 30

No. 4 Wisconsin will learn its bowl destination on Sunday, Dec. 5.

 Morning Newsstand

The 2010 Wisconsin football season was highlighted by many outstanding plays. There were several amazing touchdown runs and receptions. Fans can now vote on their favorite and be entered to win a $100 gift card from Best Buy.
  • UWBadgers.com: Vote for the Wisconsin Football Play of the Year

"Last Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium, the script played out pretty well. The Badgers won big, and in the process earned piece of the Big Ten championship. Yep, that plan worked to perfection. Another plan did not work out quite so well," writes Matt Lepay.
  • UWBadgers.com: Plans changed, but the celebration didn't

Senior left tackle Gabe Carimi was named Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year and running back James White earned consensus Big Ten Freshman of the Year honors as the Big Ten Conference announced its annual awards Monday night.
  • UWBadgers.com: Carimi, White lead group of Badgers honored by Big Ten  |  Chryst named finalist for Broyles Award
  • UWBadgers.com: Kendricks, Carimi named AFCA All-Americans  |  Tolzien and Watt earn Player of the Week honors

"On Monday, [Gabe] Carimi accomplished something even [Joe] Thomas didn't do -- being named the Big Ten Conference Offensive Lineman of the Year by the coaches," writes Tom Mulhern.
  • Madison.com: Carimi top offensive lineman, White top freshman in Big Ten

Adam Rittenberg gives a game ball to Jay Valai and offers his take on the Big Ten awards.
  • ESPN.com: Week 13 rewind/Week 14 preview  |  All-Big Ten teams

"Enjoy the laughable score lines we've seen in November, but cherish all those details in those big games that have propelled UW to No. 5 in the BCS standings. And prepare to enjoy the final stage of one of the greatest seasons in Wisconsin football history," writes Max Henson.
  • BadgerHerald.com: Badgers enjoying rare dream season

"With age comes ... Rose Bowls? Maybe that's not exactly what all the wise men and women responsible for coining all those old-people phrases had in mind. But for the 2010 Wisconsin Badgers, nothing could be truer," Mike Fiametta writes.
  • BadgerHerald.com: Seniors lead way for Badgers  |  Grades

"Believe it or not, J.J. Watt admitted there was a time when he wasn't giving 100 percent effort Saturday. It wasn't at any point during the game, of course," Chris Jenkins says.
  • AP.org: Watt celebrates No. 4 Badgers' Big Ten triumph
  • BadgerBlitz.com: Watt's stellar performance has UW smelling roses

"It was 11 long years in the making, but by the time the Wisconsin football team got done thrashing Northwestern 70-23, it was well worth the wait. The 2010 Wisconsin Badgers are your Big Ten champions," Tom Lea writes.
  • BadgerBlitz.com: Badgers blast NU en route to title  |  Tolzien guides Badgers

 Badgers in the Pros

"Junior and senior football players from Wyandotte High School will huddle today with Chiefs' wide receiver Chris Chambers to learn the financial X's and O's."
  • KansasCity.com: Chambers opens financial playbook

Matt Shaughnessy was interviewed after the Raiders' game on Sunday.
  • YouTube.com: Matt Shaughnessy, post Dolphins @ Raiders Small Video Graphic

Owen Daniels did not play on Sunday and was unable to practice on Monday due to his hamstring injury.
  • FantasySportsDish.com: Daniels not practicing

Mark Tauscher relays some of his favorite Thanksgiving memories.
  • TravelWisconsin.com: Thanskgiving traditions

 Photo of the Day

Photo of the DayRB Montee Ball (28) hurdles one of his offensive lineman on a run during the Badgers' game vs. Northwestern, Nov. 27, 2010 (David Stluka photo).

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@BadgerFootball  | Quarterback Scott Tolzien will be on the Scott Van Pelt Show on ESPN radio today at 1:30 p.m. CT.
Posted Nov. 30 at 9:45 a.m.

 What They're Saying on Facebook  Facebook.com/WisconsinBadgers

Badger fan Garry Bruch, in response to "Vote for the Wisconsin Football Play of the Year presented by Best Buy" ... "Gilreath's return to begin game against Ohio State. That play changed the whole season."  |  Badgers on Facebook  |  Badger Football on Facebook

 Note of the Day

Junior CB Antonio Fenelus recorded his fourth interception of the season and fifth of his career in the first quarter against Northwestern. In the last four games, Fenelus has two interceptions, two fumble recoveries and a forced fumble.

Monday, Nov. 29

Wisconsin routed Northwestern, 70-23, to capture a share of its 12th Big Ten championship in school history and first since 1999.

UWBadgers.com has complete coverage of the win with analysis, locker room reactions, photos, video highlights and more.

 Evening Newsstand

"There can be no greater testimonial to a defensive player than an endorsement from Chris Spielman, the former Ohio State linebacker and a member of the College Football Hall of Fame. Who's the Best of the Best in the Big Ten? Spielman endorsed UW defensive end J.J. Watt," writes Mike Lucas.
  • UWBadgers.com: Greats of the game give Badgers high marks

"Some were too young to remember and others didn't even live here back then, but that didn't stop the University of Wisconsin football players, coaches and fans from partying like it was 1999 in the late-afternoon chill Saturday," according to Tom Oates.
  • Madison.com: UW's win brings forth memories of 1999 Rose Bowl team

"As Montee Ball plowed the first of the rose garden's many rows just moments into another Wisconsin walkover Saturday, the king of cutbacks tried to give the ball to the official before he could signal a touchdown. The Badgers cannot get to Pasadena quickly enough," Michael Hunt says.
  • JSOnline.com: Badgers prove they belong on same stage with nation's elite  |  Badgers show their teeth

"After coming out of nowhere to overtake Dustin Scherer and Curt Phillips during fall camp in 2009, [Scott] Tolzien has gone from invisible to indispensable. In two years as the starter, he has been poised, accurate and as tough as they come," writes Tom Oates.
  • Madison.com: Tolzien completes unlikely journey as UW's leader

"Some teammates compare left tackle Gabe Carimi and left guard John Moffitt to an old married couple. But that doesn't do justice, or capture the true essence, of the relationship between the two fifth-year seniors on the University of Wisconsin football team," according to Tom Mulhern.
  • Madison.com: Odd couple Moffitt, Carimi at heart of UW's success

"They called it "The Takeover," the members of the 2006 freshman class for the University of Wisconsin football team," Tom Mulhern writes.
  • Madison.com: Not quite a 'takeover,' but 2006 class leaves its mark

"The critical first response came before the first loss was official. The date was Oct. 2. Wisconsin was barely more than a minute away from losing its Big Ten Conference opener at Michigan State when UW defensive line coach Charlie Partridge gathered his troops on the sideline," says Jeff Potrykus.
  • JSOnline.com: Badgers learn from failure

"It's rather simple, really. To comprehend the incredible production and effort the University of Wisconsin football team has received out of junior defensive end J.J. Watt this season, all it takes is an understanding of what it means to the Pewaukee product every time he slips on a Badgers jersey," according to Tom Mulhern.
  • Madison.com: Watt plays his best game of the season

"The only thing wrong with this season for University of Wisconsin football coach Bret Bielema is it won't last long enough," Tom Mulhern writes.
  • Madison.com: Poised for a grand finale in Pasadena

"It's dangerous for anyone to get in Wisconsin's path right now. The Badgers bullied their way to a share of the Big Ten title and most likely earned their first trip to the Rose Bowl since Jan. 1, 2000. Paul Chryst's offense is the most dangerous unit in the conference," according to Adam Rittenberg.
  • ESPN.com: Power rankings  |  Bowl projections  |  Crowded at the top

"Three straight games, the Badgers have produced two 100-yard rushers en route to 300-yard afternoons on the ground, with All-Big Ten headliner John Clay on the sideline. Three straight games, quarterback Scott Tolzien has completed upwards of three-fourths of his passes for at least 200 yards, on better than 10 yards per attempt. Three straight weeks, they've led by at least 24 points at the half, writes Matt Hinton.
  • Yahoo.com: You will know Wisconsin's in the Rose Bowl by the trail of dead

 Afternoon Newsstand

"Can the Badgers play with anybody? "If we're on, we can," Scott Tolzien said. "It all starts with how we prepare for the bowl game. But if we're on, we can. We just have to make sure that's the case." Mike Lucas has the full story.
  • UWBadgers.com: Leader in place, special team is up to the challenge

"The University of Wisconsin football team had plenty to celebrate on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium. The Badgers defeated Northwestern 70-23 in front of a crowd of 80,011 to win a share of its first Big Ten Conference title since 1999," writes Tom Mulhern.
  • Madison.com: Future looks rosy for UW after rout  |  Gametracker

"Although nothing is ever certain in the world of college football since the creation of the BCS, UW's dominating 70-23 victory Saturday over outmanned Northwestern in front of a crowd of 80,011 gave the Badgers a share of their first Big Ten Conference title since 1999 and a probable Rose Bowl berth," according to Jeff Potrykus.
  • JSOnline.com: Dominant victory keeps UW on track  |  Report Card

"Every player walked off the field with a rose and a smile -- or rather, pushed his way off the field. Fans, young and old, flooded the turf after the clock ran down, celebrating the Badgers' first conference crown since 1999," writes Adam Holt.
  • BadgerHerald.com: UW earns title with 70-23 thrashing of NU  |  High-Wattage defense forces 7 turnovers

"As No. 5 Wisconsin rolled to its third consecutive blowout victory and secured a share of its first conference championship since 1999, records fell, Rose Bowl hopes blossomed and the Badgers' defense made the prospect of facing UW in January all the more daunting for any opponent across the country," writes Parker Gabriel.
  • DailyCardinal.com: Wisconsin: Big Ten Champions

"Wisconsin's players weren't overly presumptuous Saturday, and they didn't bring roses to the field. Their fellow students had a little more confidence. And when the seventh-ranked Badgers polished off a 70-23 win against Northwestern, the students rushed the field, roses in hand," says Adam Rittenberg.
  • ESPN.com: Badgers seeing Pasadena in their future  |  Helmet stickers  |  Badgers feeling Rosy  |  What we learned

"Thanks to a three-way tie between Wisconsin, Ohio State, and Michigan State, the Big Ten's Rose Bowl representative will be determined by a vote. Whichever team finishes highest in the final BCS Poll on Dec. 5 will be going to Pasadena. Who should go? Wisconsin got the last word in that debate, and that word was "stomp," according to Mark Hasty.
  • FanHouse.com: Wisconsin stomps Northwestern, could be smelling roses

"Technically nothing is official until the final BCS standings come out Dec. 5, but if it's up to the Rose Bowl representatives, the Wisconsin Badgers will be playing in Pasadena on New Year's Day," says Adam Hoge.
  • Buckys5thQuarter.com: Rose bowl bound

"The 70-23 victory over Northwestern on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium, which earned a share of the Big Ten Conference title, was the culmination of three incredible weeks of offensive football," Tom Mulhern says.
  • Madison.com: Offense is hitting on all cylinders

"It started early Saturday, with a Jay Valai interception made possible by a crushing tackle by Aaron Henry at the end of a University of Wisconsin defense sequence in which not one but two quarterback hurries were awarded. Before they knew it, the Badgers had forced five turnovers on Northwestern's first seven possessions," according to Rob Hernandez.
  • Madison.com: Defensive takeaways lead to 28 points  |  Grades
  • JSOnline.com: Badgers force seven turnovers in demolition

"The Badgers have had their ups and downs with kick coverage this season, going back to the Arizona State game during non-conference play when the Sun Devils' Omar Bolden returned a kick 97 yards for a TD," writes Rob Hernandez in a notes column.
  • Madison.com: Not-so-happy returns

"On a day when the Wisconsin Badgers brought home the Big Ten title for the first time in 11 years, they also dusted off one of the tried and true weapons of their seemingly unstoppable offense," Jeff Potrykus writes in a notes column.
  • JSOnline.com: Clay gets small taste of action  |  Badger report

 News from Northwestern

"Northwestern was doomed almost 48 hours before the Wildcats showed up at Camp Randall Stadium. The team announced Thursday that running back Mike Trumpy would miss the Wisconsin game with a non-surgical fracture in his right hand. Trumpy broke the hand last week in the first quarter of the Wildcats' loss to Illinois," writes Tina Akouris.
  • SunTimes.com: Without Trumpy and Persa, NU doomed  |  At least Mark had great day on kickoffs  |  Colter steady and ready

"This final score brought Northwestern football back to the dark ages, a time when enemy players used the second half simply to pad their stats," according to Teddy Greenstein.
  • ChicagoTribune.com: Fitzgerald sees 70-23 loss to Wisconsin as aberration

"Needing a victory to secure its share of the Big Ten title, No. 7 Wisconsin left no question, dominating Northwestern the entire 60 minutes of play en route to a 70-23 rout," writes Jonah L. Rosenblum.
  • DailyNorthwestern.com: NU blown out by Wisconsin  |  By the numbers

 Badgers in the Pros

Jim Leonhard recorded his first interception of the season on Thursday night.
  • NFL.com: Leonhard's interception Small Video Graphic

Travis Beckum caught a 29-yard pass on Sunday.
  • NFL.com: Beckum's 29-yard catch Small Video Graphic

 Photo of the Day

Photo of the DayRB James White (20) carries the ball during the Badgers' 70-23 win over Northwestern, Nov. 27, 2010 (David Stluka photo)

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@BigTenNetwork | Which #BigTen champ is most worthy of playing in the Rose Bowl? Tell us in our new www.bigtennetwork.com poll.
Posted Nov. 28 at 6:11 p.m.

 What They're Saying on Facebook  Facebook.com/WisconsinBadgers

Badger fan Tom Patchak, in response to "Complete coverage of the Badgers' win over Northwestern and Big Ten championship celebration: http://ow.ly/3gk9W" ... "THE CELEBRATION WILL BE BIGGER WHEN WE WIN IN PASADENA!!"  |  Badgers on Facebook  |  Badger Football on Facebook

 Note of the Day

The Badgers clinched a share of their 12th Big Ten championship in school history and first since 1999. UW tied a school record with its seventh Big Ten win. The only other seasons with seven conference victories was 1998, 1999 and 2006.

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