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INSIDE JOB Inside linebackers T.J. Edwards (53) and Ryan Connelly (43) seemed stuck to the ball Saturday, leading the way for the Badgers’ defense with 11 and 10 tackles, respectively. Edwards, a Butkus Award semifinalist, tallied 2.5 tackles for loss, while Connelly added 1.5 TFLs in a 24-10 win over the Wolverines. PHOTO BY DARREN LEE


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FANCY FOOTWORK Ready for evasion, Mike Catalano eyed up his defender during the Badgers’ second-round NCAA Tournament match against 12th-seeded Notre Dame. Catalano would later score the game-winning goal in overtime to advance the Badgers, his third decider of the season and second in a row. PHOTO BY MIKE MILLER


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HALL OF FAME Former men’s basketball coach Bo Ryan took his rightful place among the legends of college hoops Sunday, as he was officially inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame. The Class of 2017 includes Wake Forest’s Tim Duncan, Winston-Salem State’s Cleo Hill, Indiana’s Scott May, Purdue’s Rick Mount, Creighton’s Paul Silas, Gonzaga’s John Stockton and Duke’s Jay Williams. PHOTO BY BRANDON HARRISON


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WHAT A KNIGHT Beat Canada 5-1? Check. Win the Four Nations Cup? Check. Former UW star Hilary Knight — one of 10 Badgers to suit up in the four-team tournament — leapt off the ice in celebration after scoring a goal against Team Canada. PHOTO BY DALE STEENBERG


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FOUR FOR SIX Just three plays after hauling in a career-long 51-yard reception from Alex Hornibrook, sophomore WR A.J. Taylor was on the receiving end of another pretty pass from the QB, a 24-yard scoring strike that gave the Badgers the lead for good en route to a 24-10 win over No. 19 Michigan last Saturday. PHOTO BY JACK McLAUGHLIN


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NOVEMBER 22, 2017 ▪ VOLUME 8, ISSUE 13

AXE WEEK An undefeated season. A date with Ohio State in the Big Ten Championship Game. Still, the Badgers’ only focus this week is earning their 14th-consecutive Border Battle victory and keeping Paul Bunyan’s Axe in Wisconsin.

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PASSING DOWN HISTORY

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The lore of the Axe is passed down through UW’s generations and the rivalry is at the forefront.

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37 INSIDE FOOTBALL 39 INSIDE BASKETBALL 43 INSIDE VOLLEYBALL 45 INSIDE HOCKEY 49 INSIDE MEN’S SOCCER 50 BADGER HISTORY

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cott and Beau Benzschawel had a father-son chat over the weekend. Pretty intimate stuff. Except it wasn’t about birds and bees. It was about Gophers and Badgers. “He was just telling me about it,” Beau Benzschawel said of the most-played rivalry in the FBS. “He was telling me how he always hated Lou Holtz.” His dad, Scott Benzschawel, a former UW lineman, had an Axe to grind when he really didn’t. That’s because the Gophers won four straight games in the series between 1984 and 1987. Benzschawel had to overcome a bout with spinal meningitis, a bite from a rare brown recluse spider and five knee surgeries just to get on the field for the Badgers. He lettered twice (’85 and ’87). The wispy Holtz replaced Joe Salem in 1984 and coached the Gophers for two seasons before bolting for his next gig, Notre Dame. But he was 2-0 against Wisconsin. That obviously didn’t sit well with the elder Benzschawel, especially the ’84 Homecoming loss to Minnesota and quarterback Ricky Foggie. That was the last time the Badgers had the Axe ‘til ’88. “He told me how he has hated the Gophers forever — nothing more than that,” said Beau Benzschawel, who has started 33 straight games on the Wisconsin offensive line. “It may have been ingrained in me, too.” In other words, he has been

well-schooled on the Border Battle. “It has gone our way for the past couple of years,” suggested Benzschawel, who was being polite in understating the reality, that is, the Badgers have won 13 straight games over the Gophs. “But we know that they’re going to give us their best shot. And it’s a real big pride thing for us keeping the Axe. We don’t want to be the ones that give it up. “They’re playing for a lot; they’re playing for bowl eligibility. And we’re playing for an undefeated season. There’s a lot at stake for both of us.

“WE KNOW THAT THEY’RE GOING TO GIVE US THEIR BEST SHOT. AND IT’S A REAL BIG PRIDE THING FOR US KEEPING THE AXE. WE DON’T WANT TO BE THE ONES THAT GIVE IT UP.”

“Whoever comes out with the most intensity and the best game plan is going to win.” Last Saturday, the Badgers struggled offensively against a top-shelf Michigan defense. They had only four first downs through the first two quarters and just nine through three quarters. “It’s always tough to go from putting up a ton of yards like we were (on the average 433 per game) to not being able to move the ball,” said left guard Jon

Dietzen. “Every yard meant something.” Was it more gratifying to grind out a victory in this fashion than blowing out someone? “I would say that is true, especially when you’re playing a super-talented defense like that,” said left tackle Michael Deiter. “Every yard you can get does feel great against a team like that. “But there’s no need, if it’s not going well, to freak out. There’s no reason to change anything. My main thing is making sure no one is losing confidence in themselves. “Follow your technique. Follow what you’ve done all year. You know at some point you’re going to get a drive going. At the end, we started moving the ball. But I know we could have done better.” Benzschawel felt the same way about the offensive ebb and flow. “With different emotions going through a game, you can’t let bad plays affect you,” he said. “Playing with confidence, playing with technique is the biggest thing. It’s focusing on the task at hand. “We have to give the running backs the gaps that they need and they’re going to make plays. We have great confidence in Alex (Hornibrook) and we just have to give him time. “It really comes back to us in the offensive line.” Elaborating on Hornibrook’s resilience and demeanor in the


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huddle, he added, “He’s pretty calm and collected no matter what. If he does make a bad play, he’s the same player he was before that.” Physically, no one is the same in November as they were in September. Particularly those players who are absorbing the most contact and colliding on every snap. “Guys are beat up — it’s going to happen,” Benzschawel said. “We call it ‘in-season healthy’ and I believe that we’re all pretty in-season healthy right now. “It’s a big week of preparation — on the field and off the field — to get your body back. I’ve learned as I’ve played more

games and gotten older, I can’t bounce back like when I was a freshman.” Benzschawel, a 22-year-old junior from Grafton, Wisconsin, has an acute awareness on what it takes to compete at a consistently high level. “The off-field stuff is more important to me now,” he said. Positive results have whet his appetite. The boy can eat, too. As such, the Badgers will spend Thanksgiving together. Like the past two years, they will dine at a downtown Madison restaurant. “It’s awesome being around teammates,” said Benzschawel, who won’t shy away from sec-

onds, thirds and fourths on the meat entrees. “I’ll go to town. Every year brings a different challenge.” It’s no different with the Border Battle. Every chapter, every installment stands alone. As a reminder, the Axe has been displayed, per usual, in clear view of everyone at practices this week. Asked for his take on the See Axe, Keep Axe tradition, he said, “The first thing I think about when I see the Axe is pride — just knowing all the work that has gone into keeping it here.” It has been passed down from generation to generation, from dads to sons. ▪

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BEHIND THE DESK BY BARRY ALVAREZ ▪ UW DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS

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very successful player or coach has done it their own way. That’s why I thought it was interesting to hear the different stories Sunday at the Hall of Fame basketball event in Kansas City. Bo Ryan’s story is a reminder that there’s not one magical formula to winning, regardless of the level of competition or the sport. Bo had certain things that he believed in — core principles that he taught and coached — and it was sound at every level: Platteville, Milwaukee and at our place. Watching his teams play, you could see that his coaching was based on the fundamentals and he never got away from that. It’s pretty much how we run our football program. Don’t try to create something you can’t do. Be true to who you are. Play to your strengths. After Bo retired, Greg Gard has emphasized the same things. He took over a team that wasn’t playing very well and he turned them into a good team. He never lost the kids. You saw them get better. That’s good coaching. I can still remember going in and talking to Greg after a couple of tough losses that year. I told him, “You’re getting better. You’re getting closer. Trust yourself.” And you saw what happened. Greg and Paul Chryst have taken comparable approaches.

Unlike many coaches today, they truly care about the players. It’s not about their next job and it’s not about breaking the bank. It’s about coaching and caring about those kids. I just talked to a grad school class this past week and they asked me for a piece of advice. I told them if you’re going into coaching, go in for the right reasons. Make it about the players, not about hitting a home run with the contract. ▪▪▪▪ That was a tough, hard-fought game against Michigan. We had terrible field position but our defense played lights out again. It has been a reoccurring theme all season. I just like the way our guys keep grinding; they just keep playing. They don’t flinch; they don’t get rattled by anything — from the quarterback all the way through the team. No matter what happens, they just play and they play off of one another. If you’ve watched us play, you’ve seen us wear people down mentally and physically in the fourth quarter. Alex Hornibrook put the ball into some tight windows Saturday. Michigan has some very good players, too. That’s a fast, athletic defense, especially in the front seven. Alex is a totally different player than Mike Samuel, who was the quarterback on our 1999

Rose Bowl team. But they’re similar in attitude. They don’t let anything distract them. They just keep playing. The players loved Sammy and I’m sure it’s no different with Alex. He gets things done. Look, it’s a tough position and you’re going to get scrutinized and criticized regardless of who you are. I love Alex’s attitude. He has won a lot of games. That’s how you judge a quarterback. ▪▪▪▪ In the early years of our Axe rivalry, Minnesota was making it a big game and I wasn’t. That’s what I learned after I hired Jim Hueber, who had been an assistant with the Gophers. He taught me that you have to educate your players on the history of the rivalry so that they understand that it’s not just another game on the schedule. From that point on, we did things that we don’t do for other games. Whenever the players walked into the locker room, they saw a video of an Axe celebration after a win. We would give them a history lesson each and every year. Obviously there’s a lot riding on Saturday’s game and that makes the Golden Gophers even more dangerous. Their fans have given them a mandate: “Whatever you do, beat Wisconsin.” They’ll put a lot of emphasis on this. We just have to do what we’ve been doing. We just have to keep grinding. ▪

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FOOTBALL ▶ The Badgers have won 13 straight meetings with the Gophers but have never led the teams’ all-time series, which dates back to 1890. A win Saturday would break the 59-59-8 tie in Wisconsin’s favor for the first time.

59-59-8 ◀ MEN’S SOCCER Clinching a 1-0 double overtime victory over Notre Dame, Wisconsin earned its third-ever qualification to the NCAA tournament’s Round of 16 and the first trip since the Badgers won the 1995 national championship.

▼ WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY Sarah Disanza raced to a 39th-place finish out of 260-plus runners at the NCAA championships last Saturday. The hard-fought result earned her a place in history as only the 10th Badger in program history to earn multiple All-America honors.

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VOLLEYBALL ▶ Freshman Dana Rettke recorded a match-high 13 kills and career-high 10 blocks at Northwestern to record her first career double-double. The effort earned her a record-setting ninth Big Ten Freshman of the Week honor.

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WHAT TO WATCH

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MEN’S BASKETBALL VS. MILWAUKEE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24 ▪ 8PM KOHL CENTER ▪ BTN

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Wisconsin caps a busy Thanksgiving week by taking on in-state foe Milwaukee at home Friday. Tip off at the Kohl Center is set for 8 p.m. (CT) on BTN.

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No. 5 Wisconsin closes out the regular season Saturday by taking on Minnesota in the 127th edition of the mostplayed rivalry in major college football — the battle for Paul Bunyan’s Axe. The undefeated Badgers kick off vs. the Golden Gophers at 2:30 p.m. (CT) on ABC.

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SWEET 16 SOCCER

MEN’S SOCCER AT AKRON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25 ▪ 3PM AKRON, OHIO ▪ ESPN3 Wisconsin advanced to the NCAA tournament’s Round of 16 and will face fifth-seeded Akron. Marking only the third time the Badgers have advanced this far in national tourney play, the match kicks off at 3 p.m. (CT) and will be streamed on ESPN3.

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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL at Paradise Jam vs. Vanderbilt Washington, D.C. Noon Watch: FloHoops.com

WOMEN’S HOCKEY vs. Northeastern Washington, D.C. 3:00 p.m.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY vs. Boston University Washington, D.C. Noon

VOLLEYBALL vs. #1 Penn State Madison, Wis. 7:00 p.m. Watch: BTN Plus SOLD OUT

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MONDAY 11/27 MEN’S BASKETBALL at Virginia Charlottesville, Va. 8:00 p.m. Watch: ESPN2

TUESDAY 11/28

WEDNESDAY 11/29 MEN’S & WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING at Texas Invitational Austin, Texas 9:00 a.m. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL at Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pa. 6:00 p.m.

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WYATT KALYNUK

When Wyatt Kalynuk signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Wisconsin and play for the men’s hockey team in April, little was known about the 20-year-old defenseman from Virden, Manitoba. But the blanks are gradually being filled in. Kalynuk was chosen by the Philadelphia Flyers in the seventh round of the NHL draft in June. Through the first 15 games of the season, Kalynuk has emerged as one of the most reliable players for UW. He’s one of the top point-producers for the Badgers with 11 points (one goal, 10 assists) and is one of the reasons their power play is among the best in the nation heading into a non-conference series with Mercyhurst. Kalynuk took a moment after a recent practice to talk about his biggest adjustment to college life, the Madison landmark he wants to see up close and the biggest sacrifice he’s made to further his hockey career. BY ANDY BAGGOT ▪ UWBADGERS.COM INSIDER

Are there any Wisconsin customs that baffle you? “It’s not too bad so far. Since I’ve been here for a couple years now (he played in the United States Hockey League for Lincoln, Nebraska, and Bloomington, Minnesota) I’ve adjusted pretty well. Wisconsin’s a lot like home for me.” Is there something you’re still getting used to about college life? “The school side of things. I’ve been out of school for three years now and I think my senior year I took online classes. Just getting back into the classroom and doing school work is something I’m still kind of adjusting to.” Is there a place in Madison you’d like to check out, but haven’t gotten to yet? “I haven’t been to the Capitol building. I see it out my window every day. That’s one place that I want to see.” What’s the biggest sacrifice you’ve made to get to UW? “Leaving home at an earlier age, going to play in the USHL when I was 17. Probably a bigger sacrifice is the one my parents made, all the time and money growing up and putting me in hockey.” DAVID STLUKA

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hree days. More than 3,500 Thanksgiving baskets created and distributed to feed 21,000 Dane County residents. Wisconsin student-athletes helped make 1,200 of those baskets and gave them to families through the annual Thanksgiving Basket Drive at Goodman Community Center. “Thanks to the support of Badgers Give Back, no family in our community will go without a traditional Thanksgiving meal and we’re beyond grateful,” exclaimed Jon Lica, Goodman’s Corporate Giving Coordinator. The three-day distribution included bagging traditional Thanksgiving meal items such as turkeys, rolls, potatoes, and of course, pies! The student-athletes took part in the creation of the baskets and then greeted the families that received them. “We were able to see all the moving parts,” Angela Morrow, a UW softball player, shared. “How much food schools and families donated, how to put the bags together and then actually putting them in people’s cars.” Morrow and several other fellow student-athletes felt the deep impact of the day. “When you see the face of a family light up because they’re able to have a Thanksgiving

meal this year,” she added, “It just puts your life into perspective and shows how important it is to give back just in our small Madison community.” UW Athletics and Badgers Give Back are proud to continue their partnership with the Goodman Community Center and support their efforts through our own Red White Hunger Fight. The drive raises thousands of dollars in monetary donations and receives hundreds of canned goods that go towards the baskets every year. “For four years now, UW Athletics has partnered with us for our Thanksgiving Basket Drive and it has propelled our holiday meal program to new heights each year,” said Lica. Jessica Unicomb of women’s swimming and diving was also in awe of the size of the event. “It was amazing to hear how much the event has grown, to now feeding over 21,000 people including 10,000 children,” said Unicomb. “It was great to be able to see it all in action yesterday and be a part of such a great community event.” For more information and volunteering opportunities, visit www.uwbadgers.com/badgersgiveback. ▪

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AN UNDEFEATED SEASON. A DATE WITH OHIO STATE IN THE BIG TEN CHAMPIONSHIP GAME. STILL, THE BADGERS’ ONLY FOCUS THIS WEEK IS EARNING THEIR 14TH-CONSECUTIVE BORDER BATTLE VICTORY AND KEEPING PAUL BUNYAN’S AXE IN WISCONSIN.

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t was just one ultra-brief moment, but it might best define a rivalry that began in 1890. Members of the Wisconsin football team had just filed into their locker room at Camp Randall Stadium, fresh off a crucial 24-10 Big Ten Conference victory over Michigan. As is custom, UW coach Paul Chryst stood amid a loose circle of humanity and delivered a brief, but heartfelt thank-you to all involved. It’s not easy to execute a comeback win over a blue-blood program ranked in the top 20, but the fifth-ranked Badgers just did. It’s not easy to be undefeated after 11 games, but here we are. It’s not easy to blaze a historic trail on college football’s national map, but that’s what’s going on. When Chryst is done speaking, he typically

identifies a player to move to the middle of the massive huddle, raise an arm and, on the count of three, belt out a rallying cry. Usually it’s a resounding, heavy on the baritone “U-Dub.” But this time Chryst didn’t call anyone up. Everyone in the room just came together and, on the count of three, knew what to say. “Axe Week.” That’s how quickly Wisconsin players, coaches and support staffers transitioned from embracing the most important triumph of the season to preparing to face Minnesota. The 127th meeting in the most-played rivalry in major college football history will take place on Saturday at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. One of the spoils of victory is taking possession of Paul Bunyan’s Axe, a massive wooden


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creation that’s been presented to the winner in the series since 1948 and has resided in Madison since 2004. It would be understandable if the Badgers were distracted at the moment. After all, they have never finished a regular season 12-0, never run a nine-game table in Big Ten play, never played for a national championship and never stood under a brighter, hotter national spotlight. It would be understandable if Wisconsin was peeking further down the road. After all, the team already knows it will face Ohio State (92, 7-1 Big Ten) in the Big Ten Championship Game on Dec. 2 in Indianapolis. But if that locker room scene tells you anything, it’s that the Badgers are neither distracted or looking ahead. Even first-year guys like wide receiver Danny Davis and tailback Jonathan Taylor, who have yet to play a snap in the famed Border Battle, know the drill. “It tells you a lot about the mindset here,” Davis said. “It’s laser focus with these guys,” Taylor said. As soon as the newest class of freshmen arrived on campus over the summer — before Davis became a big-play pass catcher and Taylor became a Doak Walker Award finalist — the Axe game was brought to their attention. “Everyone was talking about it at the start of the year,” Taylor said. “These are the big games.” Under no circumstances should they be taken lightly. “We can’t look to December 2,” Davis said. “Our mindset has to be on Saturday and finishing the season strong.” The Badgers have won 13 straight vs. Minnesota (5-6, 2-6) — the longest winning streak in the series — and will have had the Axe for a remarkable 4,768 consecutive days at kickoff. “This is a big game for everyone involved,” Chryst said. “You watch the tape and it has all our attention.”

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“ TH I S I S K I N D O F W H AT WE ’VE BE E N D O I N G A L L S E A S O N LO N G I S TAKI N G I T W E E K BY W E E K N O MAT T E R WH O W E ’ R E FACI N G ,” D O O L EY SA ID. “N O MATT E R W H O YO U ’ R E P L AY I N G YO U WA N T TO G O O U T TH E R E AN D T RY A N D P L AY TH AT P E R FEC T GAM E .”

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Chryst is working on a personal 14-game winning streak in the series. He won the Axe as a Wisconsin player (1988), assistant coach (2002), offensive coordinator (2005 to ’11) and head coach (2015 and ’16). “The guys that have played in it, they know and respect this rivalry,” he said. Chryst is the fourth UW head coach to share in the streak, following Barry Alvarez, Bret Bielema and Gary Andersen. P.J. Fleck is the fifth Gophers coach with an opportunity to end it. Perhaps the most amazing byproduct of the streak is that it’s brought the teams even in the

all-time series at 59-59-8. The Badgers have never had the upper hand. The last time it was tied was in 1901 (6-6). The Axe has its own trophy case in the Wisconsin locker room where, this week, all the TVs show a continuous loop of big plays from the iconic border battle. “Obviously them not having it since, I think, 2003, that’s one of the things they mark on their calendar,” UW senior outside linebacker Garret Dooley said of the Gophers. “It would haunt us if we didn’t have that for a whole year. Everyone knows the importance of this week.” The first practice of Axe Week closed with a calm, but impassioned speech from Bob Bostad, the Wisconsin inside linebackers coach who’s lived both sides of the intense rivalry. He was a graduate assistant at Minnesota from 1992 to ’94, so he had a prime view for one of the most painful moments in UW history. The Badgers were unbeaten after six games when they went into the old Metrodome in Minneapolis, turned the ball over six times and absorbed a 28-21 loss. It was the only setback of the season for UW, which won the Big Ten title and its first Rose Bowl on the way to finishing 10-1-1 overall. The Gophers, who finished 4-7 that season, have rubbed salt in other wounds while facing Wisconsin. They ruined an unbeaten season and cost UW a Big Ten title in 1928. They also contributed to winless seasons in 1967 (0-9-1) and ’68 (0-10).


Bostad’s message: Respect the rivalry. “Guys took it personally,” UW junior inside linebacker T.J. Edwards said of the speech. Other prominent college football rivalries will be staged around the country Saturday, but Edwards, a finalist for the Butkus Award as the nation’s top linebacker, said Monday that he and his teammates will experience the biggest against the Gophers. “Wish it was Saturday already,” he said. The Badgers are one of four remaining Football Bowl Subdivision teams with unbeaten records — Alabama (11-0), Miami (10-0) and Central Florida (10-0) are the others — and have won a program-record 14 straight Big Ten regular-season games. The Gophers, meanwhile, need a victory on Senior Day to become bowl eligible and end a weighty streak that includes six straight losses at home. “Even though we’ve had the Axe for the past (13) years, you still have to respect the rivalry,” said Taylor, the third-leading rusher in FBS

with 1,657 yards. “At this point, everyone knows it’s something you have to make sure you bring your ‘A’ game for,” said Dooley, one of the top playmakers on a defense ranked second in the nation. No one is looking beyond Axe Week. “This is kind of what we’ve been doing all season long is taking it week by week no matter who we’re facing,” Dooley said. “We just say it’s kind of a nameless, faceless opponent because no matter who you’re playing you want to go out there and try and play that perfect game.” A perfect game is almost impossible. A perfect season is still doable. “Going into this week the only thing that’s on your mind is the Axe,” Edwards said. “We want to keep that case filled for sure.”

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INSIDE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE (11-0, 8-0)

Home events in bold. All times CT. Sept. 1 Utah State

W, 59-10

Sept. 9 Florida Atlantic W, 31-14 Sept. 16 at BYU

W, 40-6

Sept. 30 Northwestern W, 33-24 Oct. 7

at Nebraska

Oct. 14 Purdue Oct. 21 Maryland

THIS WEEK In search of just the second 12-win season in school history, fifth-ranked Wisconsin (11-0, 8-0 Big Ten) closes out the regular season Saturday by taking on Minnesota (5-6, 2-6) in the 127th edition of the most-played rivalry in major college football — the battle for Paul Bunyan’s Axe. LAST WEEK Another outstanding defensive effort — Michigan was held to season-low totals of 10 points and 234 total yards — and the clutch passing of Alex Hornibrook, who keyed a pair of second-half touchdown drives, carried the Badgers past the 19th-ranked Wolverines, 24-10, last Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.

GOOD TO KNOW Having already won a school-record 8 Big Ten games this season, the Badgers seek their first unblemished conference record since going 5-0 in Big Ten play in 1912. NEED TO KNOW Saturday’s game kicks off at 2:30 p.m. (CT) and airs live on ABC, with Mark Jones, Rod Gilmore and Quint Kessenich on the call. Matt Lepay and Mike Lucas will call the game statewide on the Badger Sports Network and worldwide via iHeartRadio. Live stats are available via UWBadgers.com and the Badger Gameday app.

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INSIDE MEN’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE (2-3, 0-0)

Home events in bold. All times CT. Nov. 1

Northern Iowa W, 69-38

Nov. 5

UW-Stout

Exhibition

W, 85-56

Exhibition

Nov. 10 S. Carolina St. W, 85-50 Nov. 12 Yale Nov. 16 #15 Xavier

W, 89-61 L, 70-80

2017 Hall of Fame Classic, Kansas City:

Nov. 20 vs. #22 Baylor L, 65-70 Nov. 21 vs. #23 UCLA L, 70-72

THIS WEEK The Badgers will look to snap a three-game losing streak when they host in-state rival Milwaukee on Friday, Nov. 24 at 8 p.m. (CT) at the Kohl Center. UW is 31-2 all-time against the Panthers. LAST WEEK UW suffered its first loss of the season, dropping an 80-70 decision to No. 15 Xavier at the Kohl Center last Thursday. The game featured six ties and 10 lead changes, while Ethan Happ (21 points and eight assists) and Brad Davison (12

points and four steals) stood out for the Badgers. GOOD TO KNOW Junior Ethan Happ is currently one of just two Big Ten players leading his team in points (19.0 ppg), rebounds (9.6 rpg) and assists (4.0 apg). Illinois’ Leron Black is the other.

8 p.m.

Nov. 27 at Virginia

8 p.m.

Dec. 2

Ohio State

4 p.m.

Dec. 4

at Penn State

6 p.m.

Dec. 6

at Temple

6 p.m.

Dec. 9

Marquette

11 a.m.

BRANDON HARRISON

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Nov. 24 Milwaukee

Dec. 13 Western Kentucky 7 p.m. Dec. 23 Green Bay

4:30 p.m.

Dec. 27 Chicago State

8 p.m.

Dec. 30 UMass Lowell

3 p.m.

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INSIDE WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE (2-1, 0-0)

Home events in bold. All times CT. Nov. 8

UW-Platteville W, 107-58 Exhibition

Nov. 12 Charlotte

W, 80-66

Nov. 15 Green Bay

L, 34-67

Nov. 20 Southern

W, 77-74

2017 Paradise Jam, Washington, D.C.:

Nov. 23 vs. Syracuse

10 a.m.

Nov. 24 at G. Washington Noon

THIS WEEK Wisconsin (2-1) continues play this week, traveling to Washington, D.C., for the Paradise Jam. UW will take on Syracuse (2-0), George Washington (1-2) and Vanderbilt (0-3) in the round-robin tournament. LAST WEEK A solid combination of youth and seniority met up to lead Wisconsin to a 77-74 last-minute win over Southern on Monday. In a game that went right down to the wire, sophomore Abby Laszewski and senior Cayla McMorris dazzled, putting up 25 and 21 points, respectively.

GOOD TO KNOW Wisconsin has four players that average 9.0 or more points per game. Sophomore Suzanne Gilreath adds 11.3 points per game. Senior Cayla McMorris leads the way with 13.3 points per game, while junior Marsha Howard adds 10.3. Sophomore Abby Laszewski rounds out the group with 12.0 points per game. NEED TO KNOW All three games at the Paradise Jam will be streamed on FloHoops.com. All games air in the Madison area on 100.9FM or online with the iHeartRadio app. Live updates are available on Twitter @BadgerWBB.

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Noon

Nov. 29 at Pittsburgh

6 p.m.

Dec. 2

La Salle

Dec. 4

at #20 Marquette 7 p.m.

Dec. 6

UT-Rio Grande Valley 7 p.m.

Dec. 8

at Butler

11 a.m.

JACK MCLAUGHLIN

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Nov. 21 vs. Vanderbilt

7 p.m.

Dec. 10 Savannah State

2 p.m.

Dec. 14 Milwaukee

7 p.m.

Dec. 28 Iowa

7 p.m.

Dec. 31 at Purdue

1 p.m.

2018 Jan. 4

#25 Michigan

7 p.m.

Jan. 7

#15 Maryland

2 p.m.

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INSIDE VOLLEYBALL

Home events in bold. All times CT. Sept. 22 Michigan State

L, 2-3

Sept. 24 #20 Michigan

W, 3-0

Sept. 29 at Iowa

W, 3-0

Sept. 30 at #8 Nebraska

L, 2-3

Oct. 4

#6 Minnesota

Oct. 7

at #14 Michigan St. L, 1-3

L, 2-3

Oct. 11 #4 Nebraska

W, 3-1

Oct. 13 Indiana

W, 3-0

Oct. 18 at Maryland

W, 3-0

Oct. 21

at #5 Minnesota

GREG ANDERSON

SCHEDULE (19-8, 10-8)

L, 1-3

Oct. 25 at #1 Penn State L, 1-3 ▲ TAP TO WATCH - Highlights: Wisconsin vs Northwestern

THIS WEEK No. 11 Wisconsin (19-8, 10-8 B1G) wraps up the regular season with two home matches in the UW Field House. The Badgers host No. 1 Penn State (27-1, 17-1) on Friday at 7 p.m. On Saturday, Rutgers (5-25, 0-18) comes to town for a 7 p.m. match. Saturday’s match is Senior Night as UW will honor seniors Kelli Bates and Lauryn Gillis in postmatch ceremonies. LAST WEEK The Badgers wrapped up the road portion of the Big Ten season with two wins. Wisconsin downed Illinois, 3-1, on Friday before sweeping Northwestern, 3-0, on Sunday.

NEED TO KNOW The 64-team bracket for the 2017 NCAA Championship will be announced on Sunday at 8 p.m. on ESPNU. The Badgers are 37-18 in 18 years of play. Wisconsin has made four-straight appearances in the post-season classic, advancing to at least the Sweet 16. UW is 12-4 under head coach Kelly Sheffield in NCAA tournament play.

Oct. 28 Northwestern

W, 3-0

Nov. 3

Ohio State

L, 2-3

Nov. 4

Maryland

W, 3-1

Nov. 10 at Indiana

W, 3-0

Nov. 11 at #21 Purdue Nov. 17 at Illinois

L, 0-3 W, 3-1

Nov. 19 at Northwestern W, 3-0 Nov. 24 #1 Penn State

7 p.m.

Nov. 25 Rutgers

7 p.m.

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INSIDE MEN’S HOCKEY SCHEDULE (8-5-2, 3-2-1)

Home events in bold. All times CT. Oct. 20 vs. N. Michigan L, 4-5 OT

Green Bay, Wis.

Oct. 21 vs. N. Michigan

W, 4-0

Green Bay, Wis.

Oct. 27 St. Lawrence

W, 4-2

Oct. 28 St. Lawrence

L, 3-6

Nov. 3

#4 North Dakota L, 2-3

Nov. 4

#4 North Dakota T, 2-2 OT

Nov. 10 at Michigan State W, 6-3 Nov. 11 at Michigan State L, 0-2 Nov. 17 #17 Michigan ▲ TAP TO WATCH - Badgers Take Down Michigan

THIS WEEK No. 9/10 Wisconsin (8-5-2, 3-2-0 Big Ten) plays a rare Saturday-Sunday series when Mercyhurst (4-4-2, 2-2-2 Atlantic Hockey) visits the Kohl Center this weekend. Saturday’s game begins at 7 p.m., while Sunday’s contest is a 5 p.m. start. LAST WEEK Wisconsin posted a victory and a tie last week against No. 17 Michigan at the Kohl Center. UW captured a 7-3 victory on Friday, before salvaging a 4-4 tie on Saturday in a see-saw affair. Michigan won a 2-0 shootout to earn an extra point in the Big Ten standings.

GOOD TO KNOW The Badgers are a perfect 4-0-0 all-time against Mercyhurst, having outscored the Lakers 23-6 in those meetings, with all four games taking place at the Kohl Center. NEED TO KNOW Saturday’s game streams on BTN Plus at BTN2Go.com. Sunday’s game will be televised by BTN and stream on the BTN2Go app and BTN2Go.com. Both games air on the radio on 1070 WTSO, the Badger Radio Network and on the iHeartRadio app and website.

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W, 7-3

Nov. 18 #17 Michigan T, 4-4 OT LOST SHOOTOUT 0-2 Nov. 25 Mercyhurst

7 p.m.

Nov. 26 Mercyhurst

5 p.m.

Dec. 1

at #6 Minnesota 7 p.m.

Dec. 2

at #6 Minnesota 7 p.m.

Dec. 8

#4 Notre Dame

8 p.m.

Dec. 9

#4 Notre Dame

7 p.m.

2018 Jan. 5

at Penn State

6 p.m.

Jan. 6

at Penn State

6 p.m.

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INSIDE WOMEN’S HOCKEY SCHEDULE (16-0-0, 8-0-0) Home events in bold. All times CT. Oct. 20 Bemidji State

W, 5-1

Oct. 21 Bemidji State

W, 5-1

Oct. 28 at #6 Minnesota W, 3-2 Oct. 29 at #6 Minnesota W, 2-1 OT Nov. 4

#4 Ohio State

W, 7-0

Nov. 5

#4 Ohio State

W, 3-1

Nov. 10 at #7 Cornell

W, 3-1

Nov. 11 at #7 Cornell

W, 2-1

Nov. 24 vs. Northeastern 3 p.m.

Washington, D.C.

Nov. 24 vs. Boston University Noon

LAST ACTION Wisconsin swept then-No. 7 Cornell in Ithaca as UW earned a 3-1 win on Nov. 10 before earning a 2-1 win on Nov. 11. Sophia Shaver scored twice in Friday’s win while Presley Norby scored the

game-winning goal in Saturday’s contest. GOOD TO KNOW This weekend’s trip to the Washington D.C. area marks UW’s first-ever trip to Virginia. UW has played in similar tournaments in Vail, Colorado, Fort Myers, Florida and most recently played a two-game set against Providence in San Jose, California.

Washington, D.C.

Dec. 1

Minnesota Duluth 7 p.m.

Dec. 2

Minnesota Duluth 7 p.m.

Dec. 8

at St. Cloud State 3 p.m.

Dec. 9

at St. Cloud State 3 p.m.

2018 Jan. 13

Minnesota State 2 p.m.

Jan. 14

Minnesota State 1 p.m.

DAVID STLUKA

THIS WEEK Following a bye week, the No. 1 Badgers (16-0-0) head to Washington D.C. for a tournament against Northeastern (7-7-2) and Boston University (4-6-2). UW meets Northeastern on Friday at 3 p.m. CT at the Kettler Ice Complex in Arlington, Virginia before meeting BU on Saturday at noon.

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INSIDE MEN’S SOCCER SCHEDULE (12-4-5, 4-3-1) Home events in bold. All times CT. Oct. 4

Marquette

Oct. 7

#6 Michigan St. T, 1-1 2OT

W, 3-0

Oct. 10 Green Bay

POSTPONED

Oct. 13 #3 Maryland

L, 4-5

Oct. 21 at #1 Indiana

L, 1-2 2OT

Oct. 24 at Milwaukee T, 0-0 2OT Oct. 29 at Ohio State

W, 2-0

Big Ten Tournament:

Nov. 5

at (4) Maryland

W, 2-1

Nov. 10 vs. (1) Michigan W, 4-0

Westfield, Ind.

Nov. 12 vs. (2) Indiana

Westfield, Ind.

T, 0-0 WON 4-2 IN PKS

NCAA Tournament:

Nov. 16 Illinois-Chicago W, 4-1

▲ TAP TO WATCH - Wisconsin Wins in Overtime Against No. 12 Notre Dame

THIS WEEK Wisconsin advanced to the NCAA Sweet 16 and will travel to face No. 5-seeded Akron on Saturday at 3 p.m. CT. LAST WEEK The Badgers shocked the soccer world again, upsetting the No. 12 seed, Notre Dame, on its home turf in a 1-0 overtime battle. Senior Mike Catalano headed in the golden goal after fellow senior Chris Mueller served it in on a platter off the corner kick.

GOOD TO KNOW UW is advancing to the Sweet 16 for just the third time in program history. The last time the Badgers were in the Sweet 16 was in 1995 when they won the program’s lone national championship.

Nov. 25 at (5) Akron

3 p.m.

MIKE MILLER

Nov. 19 at (12) Notre Dame W, 1-0 OT View full schedule/results » SOCIAL MEDIA SPOTLIGHT:

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THIS WEEK IN BADGER HISTORY

DAVID STLUKA

CAMP RANDALL 100 SPOTLIGHT:

RUSSELL WILSON

The Camp Randall 100 honors a prestigious group of 100 people who shaped the first century of Camp Randall Stadium. Wisconsin Athletics revealed a new honoree every day from May 24 through the Badgers’ 2017 opening game vs. Utah State Sept. 1.

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BY ANDY BAGGOT UWBadgers.com Insider

f we’re compiling a list of the greatest one-anddone players in Wisconsin football history, Russell Wilson is right up there. It’s hard to argue with Elroy Hirsch in the top spot. He starred for the Badgers as a halfback in 1942, was inducted into the college and pro football halls of fame and is one of six individuals to have his number (40) retired and displayed on the façade at Camp Randall Stadium. Wilson, a record-setting quarterback who played for UW in 2011 after transferring from NC State, is probably next in line followed by Brian Calhoun, an all-purpose tailback from Oak Creek who played in 2005 after transferring from Colorado, and Ryan Ramczyk, who was a consensus All-America left tack-

le in 2016 after transferring from UW-Stevens Point. What makes Wilson so compelling is how he led the Badgers to a Big Ten Conference title and went on to defy NFL draft experts by not only becoming a starter in the pros, but guiding Seattle to a Super Bowl title in 2014. Wilson also set UW single-season standards for passing yards with 3,175, completion percentage at 72.9%, touchdown passes with 33 and TDs accounted for with 40. Hirsch, Calhoun and Ramczyk had eligibility remaining when they left — Hirsch was a sophomore when he enlisted in the Marines during World War II and was relocated to Michigan; Calhoun and Ramczyk were juniors when they opted to turn pro — but not so with Wilson. Still, his journey to Madison was intriguing as well as impactful.


DAVID STLUKA

▪▪▪▪ 51-17 victory over UNLV at Camp Randall. Russell Wilson will go down as one of the most Wilson completed 10 of 13 passes for 255 yards influential graduate transfers in college football hisand two TDs. He also rushed twice for 62 yards and tory. a score. After redshirting at NC State in 2007, he was a Bielema said the touchdown Wilson scored on a starter for the Wolfpack during the next three seasecond-period scramble was pure, instinctive talent. sons. It was first-and-10 from the UNLV 46 when WilIn January of 2011, Wilson made it known that son dropped back to pass. he would attend spring training with the Colorado “They brought pressure and there was no answer Rockies, the Major League because they had all the reBaseball organization that ceivers mocked up,” Bielema “THE TRUEST DEFINITION OF A GREAT owned his draft rights. That said of the Rebels. “Blitzers QUARTERBACK IN MY OPINION IS didn’t sit well with NC State were free coming right at WHEN HE CAN MAKE SOMETHING OUT coach Tom O’Brien, who him.” OF NOTHING,” BIELEMA SAID. wanted his veteran starter to There was no panic, focus on football. though. Ultimately, Wilson was released from his schol“He stepped up, composed, avoided the pressure arship with one year of athletic eligibility remaining. and scrambled for a touchdown,” Bielema said. He was free to transfer to any school and play right Wilson escaped the pocket darting to his left, away mainly because he’d already graduated with a then angled toward the right sideline, found some degree in communications. blockers and made his way to the end zone to bump Wilson wound up choosing UW over defending the lead to 33-0. national champion Auburn and proceeded to be“The truest definition of a great quarterback in come so celebrated among Badgers fans that he my opinion is when he can make something out of was invited to be the spring commencement speaknothing,” Bielema said. er in 2016. To read the rest of the story click here. For the Wisconsin won all seven games that Wilson startcomplete Camp Randall 100 list, visit CampRaned at Camp Randall in 2011. Along the way he pulled dall100.com. off an unusual trifecta. In addition to passing for at least one touchdown in every home start, Wilson ran for TDs in three outings and caught a scoring pass in another. Then-UW coach Bret Bielema felt he had something special watching Wilson in his first helmet-only preseason practice. One play stood out. “He kind of scrambled around going to his left,” Bielema said of Wilson. “Off his back foot he threw a shot — a modified, adjusted throw — and it went like 50 yards and hit Bradie Ewing in the back of the end zone. “I’m like, Okkkkaaaayyyy …” The buzz about Wilson became more pronounced during the season opener when he engineered a

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Varsity Magazine - November 22, 2017  
Varsity Magazine - November 22, 2017