First of all, I would be remissed to not acknowledge the 9 total lives lost in the Calabasas helicopter crash on January 26, 2020. But this piece will focus on Kobe Bryant. On Sunday, January 26th, 2020, it was confirmed that NBA legend Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash. Many people do not know … Continue reading Mamba Out.
Amidst the packed crowd and exuberant student section dressed in all white, there was an unrequited tension within Camp Randall Stadium. Both teams knew that this game would likely steer the trajectory of their seasons. A win could set the pace for the Big Ten title race. A few statements were made today by the … Continue reading Coming For The Crown: UW Badgers defeat Michigan Wolverines 35-14
Wisconsin's defense came up huge in the 24-15 victory over Northwestern at Camp Randall. The Badger’s held the Wildcats to 3.1 yards per play and scored two touchdowns in this matchup against last year's Big Ten West division champions. Deep in the third quarter, Safety Eric Burrell forced a strip-sack on a perfectly timed blitz … Continue reading Wisconsin’s defense shines in 24-15 victory over Northwestern
Cue the Badger Red Sea filling nearly every Camp Randall Seat; the rattling metal during Jump Around; the chants of Varsity, Eat Shit-Fuck You and Bucky’s Pushups. Cue an offensive onslaught and rigid defense that produced the biggest shutout for the school in over a decade as the University of Wisconsin-Madison Badgers defeated the Central … Continue reading A Big Return and a Big Rout: Cephus Shines in Shutout vs Central Michigan
On Friday March 1, the University of Wisconsin Madison women’s basketball team took on Ohio State for their last home game at the Kohl Center. Not only was this the last game, but it was also senior night. The crowd was extremely loud as the team entered especially since for some of them this was … Continue reading Last Home Game for the UW-Madison Women’s Basketball Team
From the demanding work-out schedule and game day chronicles of the ball player to the dynamic life of the student turned full-time organization president, finding a medium between the lives of Black student athletes and other Black students on campus is no small feat.
As the clock ticked down to its bitter end and the scoreboard read 27-21 in favor of the Ohio State Buckeyes, reality reared its ugly head towards the UW-Madison Badger Football Team. This Big Ten Championship clash against Ohio State was for more than a Conference crown. It was the chance to make a statement … Continue reading Big Ten Championship Game Review: Moments in the Michigan game showed why the Badgers collapsed against Ohio St and were never ready for the College Football Playoffs
The Badgers steamroll yet another BIG10 nemesis, but will it be enough to convince the College Football Playoff committee of a Wisconsin Playoff berth? Before yesterday’s game, Iowa was ranked in both the Associated Press and the College Playoff’s top 25 teams. That makes only one win against a ranked opponent for the Badgers on … Continue reading Badger Breakdown: Are They For Real?
M.P. KING, STATE JOURNAL Emmitt Smith. Marshall Faulk. Adrian Peterson. What do they all have in common? No, it’s not that they’re all black men who are definitely first-ballot Hall of Famers (Peterson still playing). They reached 1,000 rushing yards in the fewest games in college football history. UW-Madison’s Jonathan Taylor joined this elite … Continue reading Jonathan Taylor’s record performance brings Badgers past slow start and closer to the College Football Playoff