Sports Daily Updates
While Aaron Rodgers’ sore left hamstring might affect his mobility, the quarterback’s right arm seems as strong and accurate as ever.
MADISON — Wisconsin coach Greg Gard says what makes Nigel Hayes and the Badgers play at their best is one in the same — how far the 6-foot-8 forward is from the
No. 17 WISCONSIN 90, OKLAHOMA 70
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Trace McSorley threw four touchdown passes Saturday night and No. 8 Penn State stunned No. 6 Wisconsin 38-31, rallying from a 21-point first-half
INDIANAPOLIS — Paul Chryst and James Franklin left the outside world behind Friday.
GREEN BAY — The Packers have listed injured stars Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews as questionable for Green Bay’s game Sunday against the Houston Texans.
MADISON — Wisconsin’s defense is getting so picky.
GREEN BAY — Clay Matthews didn’t mince words about the play that got him injured against the Eagles.
IRVING, Texas (AP) — Baseball players and owners reached a tentative agreement on a five-year labor contract Wednesday night, a deal that will extend the sport’s
MADISON — The first key to executing a successful jet sweep at No. 6 Wisconsin can be summarized in two words by receivers coach Ted Gilmore.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer underwent emergency eye surgery Wednesday night, putting his status in question for the team’s game against
PHILADELPHIA — Don’t tell the Eagles that Aaron Rodgers has lost his winning touch.
MADISON — A fourth-quarter flourish erased memories of a jittery first half for No. 5 Wisconsin against Minnesota.
WISCONSIN 31, MINNESOTA 17
MILWAUKEE (AP) — When DeMar DeRozan finds his spot, the Milwaukee Bucks learned just how hard he is to stop.