top in state recruit melvin gordon (Rb/ ath) from kenosha bradford decommited from iowa, rumor is he's coming to wisconsin
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Well doesn't look like WI will get help from Penn State. take care of business and win big against Northwestern. Leave no doubt that the Badgers are the best team in the Big 10.
Obviously this is just speculation but OSU might be able to jump Wisc
LSU's loss made the Wisconsin-Ohio State race much closer, because the Tigers were wedged between these two teams in the polls. So close that the Guru is calling Ohio State to edge slightly in front. Keep in mind that the Big Ten will send the highest ranked team in the final BCS standings to the Rose Bowl, so this won't be decided until next week even though the Big Ten schedule is done.
I'd probably ing shoot myself if we get screwed out of a Rose Bowl. But I guess MSU fans would be saying the same thing, which is exactly why a three-way tie is stupid, even if Wisconsin is the team to come out on top. Regardless, it seems as if OSU and Wisco are locks for the BCS, so I'll be happy either way, but obviously the Rose Bowl is my top choice.
is anyone else going to Pasadena?
I love the Big 10 championship game thing.
Can't wait for New Years!
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http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/draft2...ory?id=5995901Wisconsin defensive end J.J. Watt has decided to forgo his senior season and enter the NFL draft in April.
Watt, who began his college career as a tight end at Central Michigan in 2007, earned first-team All-Big Ten honors and appeared on several All-America squads after a huge 2009 season. He started the last two seasons for the Badgers after joining the program as a walk-on in 2008.
"This has, without a doubt, been one of the most difficult decisions of my life, and it is one that was not reached quickly, or easily," Watt wrote in an open letter to Wisconsin fans posted on the school's official website. "At this time, I have made the decision to enter the 2011 NFL draft. It has been a dream of mine for as long as I can remember to play in the National Football League, and through hard work and dedication, that dream finally has a chance to become a reality.
"I will be a Wisconsin Badger for life and am forever grateful for all of the love and support that the fans, administration and community have shown to my family and I during my time in Madison. I could not have asked for better coaches to play for, better teammates to play alongside, or a better fan base to represent throughout my collegiate career."
Watt ranked third nationally with 21 tackles for loss this season. He recorded every defensive statistic except safety as he helped the Badgers win their first Big Ten championship since 1999.
I didn't get to see every Wisconsin game but I thought he would have benefited much more from going back to school.
If we can get Jacolby Brissett, Spencer Region, or Curt Maggitt i would ******** myseelf.
Wilson is coming. He should be the QB and is a great talent.