All of Madison, Wisconsin was on pins and needles after the #5 ranked Badgers trailed the Golden Gophers of Minnesota at halftime. However four 2nd half interceptions helped Wisconsin escape defeat, leading to a Wisconsin Badgers victory, 31-17. The Badgers not only reclaimed Paul Bunyan’s axe in the rivalry matchup, but they kept their College Football Playoff hopes alive. Wisconsin will now face Penn State in the Big 10 Championship, in what will surely be a game to watch.
Moments ago, the seventh ranked Wisconsin Badgers spoiled Drew Brees’ homecoming visit for the Purdue Boilermaker’s Senior Day, with a dominating 49-20 victory. While Purdue struck blood first, after Wisconsin’s ensuing touchdown drive and TJ Watt’s monster pick 6, Wisconsin never looked back. Wisconsin continues to dominate conference opponents and is now one win away from a Big 10 Championship birth.
Moments ago, the seventh ranked Wisconsin Badgers gave their homecoming crowd in Madison, WI a big “W”, as Wisconsin defeated the Illinois Fighting Illini. Although Illinois was coming of an excellent win against the talented Michigan State, the energy flowing through Camp Randall this afternoon was just too much for the Illini to handle, and RB Kendrick Foster just wasn’t able to find the same success against against Wisconsin elite defense.
Moments ago, the #9 ranked Wisconsin Badgers avoided a big time upset against the unranked Panthers of Georgia State. While Wisconsin moved the ball well throughout the first half, the Badgers could not find the endzone until the second half and had to come from behind mid-way through the fourth quarter. Check out our game recap here and our photos from today’s game below.
Moments ago, the #10 ranked Wisconsin Badgers demolished the Zips of Akron, with a blowout 54-10 victory for their true home opener. From the very first snap until the last seconds ran off the clock, it was Wisconsin’s game. Although against a much weaker opponent, the Badgers were set to prove their dramatic victory against LSU was no fluke. Check out our game recap here and our photos from today’s game below.
Today marked the home opener for the Chicago White Sox’ 2016 season at U.S. Cellular Field. Despite a 7-1 loss to the Cleveland Indians and weather unconventional for baseball, the smell of baseball and spring was still in the air this afternoon. The sky saw fireworks, a jet planes, sunshine, snow flurries and home runs while the field saw some of the American League’s best athletes and a ceremonial pitch from Chicago’s Chance The Rapper.
Check out our photos from the Chicago White Sox Home Opener below and see our coverage from Chance’s first pitch here.
Chance The Rapper is nearing a club ambassador deal with the Chicago White Sox, ESPN reports, and it’s our favorite new partnership in the music and sports worlds. Chance has famously sported his White Sox cap, repping Chicago’s Southside, for years, and which recently led to the Chicago native designing a special Sox cap of his own with New Era.
While Chance’s Sox deal isn’t final and public just yet, Chance is certainly on path to help re-brand the Sox, the way that Drake has helped the Toronto Raptors in the NBA. So what better way for the White Sox to kick off their 2016 season than with Chance The Rapper throwing out the ceremonial first pitch for their home opener against the Cleveland Indians.
Rocking his new Sox hat, today marked the second time that Chance has thrown out the first pitch for the White Sox, but today’s pitch was especially significant. In a partnership that ESPN has called brilliant, as Chance wound up for his pitch this afternoon, the ‘Angels’ rapper may have given way to the start of a new era for the Chicago White Sox. Move over Wrigley, the U.S. Cellular Field is on its way to become the Windy City’s premiere place to catch a ball game.
Check out our snowy photos from Chance The Rapper’s ceremonial first pitch below.
Today winter came early, as we traveled to Camp Randall Stadium to watch the Wisconsin Badgers take on the Northwestern Wildcats in a chilly showdown. With five turnovers in the game, Wisconsin still had a chance to win it in the end, but coming short on the last play of the game and a few questionable calls led to a Wildcat victory, 13-7. Check out our game recap here!
Today we traveled to Camp Randall Stadium for a Halloween edition of college football, as the Wisconsin Badgers hosted the Scarlet Knights of Rutgers University. While many predicted Wisconsin to take home the W for their home crowd, almost no one predicted the margin of victory. This one was all Wisconsin, all the way, as the Badgers came out on top, 48-10. Read our game recaphere and check out our photos of Wisconsin’s Big 10 victory below.
Today we traveled to Camp Randall Stadium, as the Wisconsin Badgers hosted the Boilermakers of Purdue. It was all Wisconsin all the way, as the Badgers dominated Purdue throughout their 24-7 victory. As expect, the Badger stuck to the run and the Boilermakers had no answer. Read our game recap here and check out our photos of Wisconsin’s Big 10 victory below.