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Stoughton OL receives All-American Bowl Jersey

Badger football commit Jack Nelson was presented with his high school All-American Bowl jersey Wednesday morning.  It’s the jersey the Stoughton High offensive lineman will wear for the West team

Coan, the Long Island Laser

The Wisconsin football team improved to (6-0) on the season after Saturday’s win against Michigan State, quarterback Jack Coan improved to (8-2) as a starter,

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Maragos retires from NFL

Former Badgers star Chris Maragos is calling it a career. The veteran NFL defensive back announced his retirement from football on social media.

Former Badgers help GLO to a shining start

The Wisconsin GLO are glowing in their first season. They are off to a 10-0 start. The team is fueled by a pair of Badgers. Taylor Wurtz is the team’s leading scorer. The team’s third-leading scorer is the Badgers’ all-time leading scorer, Jolene Anderson.

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Winds diminish tonight, leading to a pleasant but cool Thursday

Winds diminish tonight, leading to a pleasant but cool Thursday

Tomorrow will be a pleasant day, provided you have a jacket.

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