The incident was one of four recorded over the first two days of the 2019 deer hunting season.
Matthew DeFour is the state politics editor for the Wisconsin State Journal.
Sheriff Roger Brandner issued a statement reminding drivers and farmers to be careful as they share the road during the end of the fall harvest.
The crash is still under investigation and citations or charges are unknown at this time, the Dane County Sheriff's Office said.
All but one of the arrests and one of the citations involved UW students.
Jacob D. Tisue, 44, of McFarland, was placed on leave Thursday from his job as head of Madison School & Community Recreation.
Police are investigating whether alcohol consumption by the pedestrian might have been a factor in his death.
"WIS. RATIFIES SUFFRAGE" declared the Wisconsin State Journal, Madison's daily afternoon newspaper, in a bold banner headline on June 10, 1919.