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Sports Extra - Week 14

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Lance Veeser and Amy Gill discuss this Sunday's Packers-Browns game.

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  • Badgers women fall to Milwaukee

    Badgers women fall to Milwaukee

    The Badgers women's basketball team came up a little short against in-state rival Milwaukee. The Panthers pounced for a 67-64 road victory. Niya Beverley led Wisconsin with 13 points. Kendra Van Leeuwen added 12 points. Courtney Fredrickson notched 11 points and 10 rebounds. Wisconsin falls to 7-6 with the loss. Milwaukee improves to 8-2. More >>
    The Badgers women's basketball team came up a little short against in-state rival Milwaukee. The Panthers pounced for a 67-64 road victory. Niya Beverley led Wisconsin with 13 points. Kendra Van Leeuwen added 12 points. Courtney Fredrickson notched 11 points and 10 rebounds. Wisconsin falls to 7-6 with the loss. Milwaukee improves to 8-2. More >>
  • Davison FT gives Wisconsin 81-80 win over W Kentucky

    Davison FT gives Wisconsin 81-80 win over W Kentucky

    Brad Davison's free throw with two seconds to go lifted Wisconsin to an 81-80 win against Western Kentucky on Wednesday night.    Darius Thompson tear-drop jumper tied the score at 80-80 for Western Kentucky with two seconds left in regulation. Davison drew a foul while setting a screen and made the front end of a 1-and-1.    Ethan Happ and Brevin Pritzl scored 17 points each for Wisconsin (5-7), which snapped a two-game losing streak. Davison scored 16 points and ...More >>
    Brad Davison's free throw with two seconds to go lifted Wisconsin to an 81-80 win against Western Kentucky on Wednesday night.    Darius Thompson tear-drop jumper tied the score at 80-80 for Western Kentucky with two seconds left in regulation. Davison drew a foul while setting a screen and made the front end of a 1-and-1.    Ethan Happ and Brevin Pritzl scored 17 points each for Wisconsin (5-7), which snapped a two-game losing streak. Davison scored 16 points and ...More >>
  • Edwards Named First-Team All-American by AFCA

    Edwards Named First-Team All-American by AFCA

    In just his second season as an offensive lineman, Wisconsin’s David Edwards is a first-team All-American. Edwards, a sophomore right tackle, was named first-team All-America by the American Football Coaches Association on Wednesday. He was joined on the AFCA squad by second-team picks in senior TE Troy Fumagalli and junior ILB T.J. Edwards. The AFCA selections wrapped up announcements by the five outlets recognized by the NCAA to determine consensus All-America status. On Tue...More >>
    In just his second season as an offensive lineman, Wisconsin’s David Edwards is a first-team All-American. Edwards, a sophomore right tackle, was named first-team All-America by the American Football Coaches Association on Wednesday. He was joined on the AFCA squad by second-team picks in senior TE Troy Fumagalli and junior ILB T.J. Edwards. The AFCA selections wrapped up announcements by the five outlets recognized by the NCAA to determine consensus All-America status. On Tue...More >>
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