Where Associated Press top 25 college football voters put the Wisconsin Badgers on their ballot in Week 5.
Aaron Rodgers went viral this past week, and not for his play on the football field. His latest #itsAaron video showed him walking a neighborhood with young Annie to raise awareness for her G9 initiative to have gold be the color of September for childhood cancer.
Bulls freshman Marlon Mack is accounting for 82.9 percent of South Florida's rushing yards. All eyes will be on Mack to see how well he fares against the Badgers' front seven.
Wei-Chung Wang had the difficult assignment of going from rookie ball to the big leagues. While it wasn't easy for him, he was able to learn from the veterans and should be a top prospect for the Brewers in 2015.
After Wisconsin's 68-17 victory against Bowling Green, Badgers coach Gary Andersen discussed quarterback Tanner McEvoy's progress, linebacker Derek Landisch's importance and freshman safety Lubern Figaro's improvement.
A look at how the Wisconsin Badgers ran as well as the passing targets in their game against Bowling Green and for the season.
A Week 3 loss in Detroit sent the Packers to a 1-2 record and left their coaching staff with many questions to answer. Green Bay's coordinators indicated players needed to step up.
Among other problems, the Packers' run game isn't where it needs to be, with Eddie Lacy totaling 12 carries for 34 yards this week against the Lions.
Badgers safety Michael Caputo is a rare breed of defensive player. In Wisconsin's 3-4 scheme, he has been able to thrive, leading the team in tackles with 21 through three games.
Sitting 4 1/2 games out of the second wild-card spot with just six games to play, the Milwaukee Brewers are all but eliminated from the postseason picture. Here are five reasons why the Brewers have suffered a quick and painful fall from the top of the National League Central.