A week's worth of stories leading up to UW's showdown with Purdue at Camp Randall Stadium.
The junior's greatest feat might be how he has conducted his business during a season when his thoughts could have easily wandered toward his NFL future.
State Journal beat reporter Colten Bartholomew breaks down the No. 14 University of Wisconsin football team's matchup with Purdue.
It's been a long and winding road to success for Zack Baun and Chris Orr, who will be honored along with UW's other seniors Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.
State Journal reporter Colten Bartholomew and columnist Tom Oates discuss the No. 14 Badgers' matchup with Purdue.
In an effort to counter Nebraska's spread offense, UW used a 3-3-5 defense (three linemen, three linebackers and five defensive backs) on 21 plays last week.
UW is using the jet sweep — in which a receiver runs across the formation and is near the quarterback at the time of the snap — to its advantage this season.
At this point, the University of Wisconsin football team’s struggles against spread offenses are pretty clear.