The historic Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame today announced that 2016 Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame inductee Donald Driver will serve as emcee of the 66th Anniversary Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame Induction on April 29, 2017.
The Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame, home to 137 of the state's greatest sports icons including Hank Aaron, Vince Lombardi and Oscar Robertson, is now for the first time in its 66-year history accepting online fan nominations for future Hall of Fame classes.
Starting Thursday, the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame is giving fans the opportunity to decide who is the state's all-time favorite sports icon, through a bracket-style competition with the winner determined by popular vote.
Associated Bank unveiled its "Fan Zone" raffle for the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame 2016 ceremony on April 30 at UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena, the Hall of Fame's first induction in nine years.
For the first time since 2000, the Badgers find themselves playing a Big Ten tournament game prior to the quarterfinals, as they face Nebraska on Thursday night at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
On Saturday, Deadspin reported that the University of Wisconsin investigated allegations from a woman about an affair with Bo Ryan who suddenly resigned as coach in December.
The Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame was, for decades, among the state's most esteemed sports institutions. But an extended period of uncertainty and instability, for the second time, left it dormant, until recently. Now, under new ownership, it's got big plans for the future.
In each of Bo Ryan's 14 seasons, the Badgers finished in the top four of the Big Ten and made the NCAA tournament. Ryan's tenure is over and this Wisconsin offense is different, so how does it keep the streaks going?
Bo Ryan retired Tuesday night as head coach of the Badgers. He was the winningest coach in Wisconsin history and one of the Big Ten's best ever. We compiled the numbers and words by which to honor him.
Marquette and Wisconsin have played each other on 122 occasions over the course of their college basketball rivalry. For the first time in a long time, the Golden Eagles have more and better in-state players than the Badgers.
Wisconsin's basketball scene is undergoing change. The Milwaukee Bucks are going to go after a big name free agent, and it's apparent the Bucks are real players this year. That addition, however, is tempered by the loss, after next year, of Bo Ryan. He's going to be missed.
The University of Wisconsin fell to Duke University Monday night in Indianapolis to lose the NCAA championship game, a great contest decided in the final moments. No one can say the Badgers were ill prepared, or not ready. But down the stretch, you saw the difference between a coach in his ninth title game, and one in his first at the Division I level.
The Wisconsin Badgers are in a unique situation this weekend in Indianapolis, as they set to take on the Kentucky Wildcats. And in order to make history by competing for the school's first national championship since 1941, Wisconsin has to prevent history by ending Kentucky's bid to be the first undefeated champion since 1976.
This is a poem to celebrate the appearance of Wisconsin in the Final Four. It's a major achievement and the Badgers face off against Kentucky in the most anticipated game of the year.
A year after finally getting over the hump in last year's NCAA Tournament and advancing to the Final Four, the Wisconsin Badgers are primed for a return trip - and it's perhaps even an expectation as March Madness truly begins.