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2015 Schedule
10-3, 2nd in Big Ten - West

Dayne: I was more comfortable at bigger size

Homer and Gabe have a "guy" for everything. Their "heavy running back guy," Badgers legend Ron Dayne, joins to discuss Eddie Lacy and what it's like playing at a bigger size.

Inside the Matchup: LSU vs. Wisconsin (2:24)

Schobert: Work hard, show you can play

Former Wisconsin linebacker Joe Schobert joined Chris Oldach to talk about his experience during the NFL draft and off-season workouts with the Cleveland Browns.

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5dMitch Sherman

Toughest stretch: Wisconsin Badgers

The Badgers' conference schedule kicks off with trips to Michigan State and Michigan before a visit from Ohio State. Oof.

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7dAdam Rittenberg

Big Ten officials downplay SEC rivalry

The Big Ten-SEC rivalry is real, but many Big Ten officials don't view the two leagues as diametrically opposed, even if it's how they're portrayed.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez has "strong feelings" about the number of football-specific staff at some FBS programs. "Sometimes you can get too many guys involved," Alvarez said. "I don't know how you keep track of responsibilities and hold people accountable when you have so many of them around. I'd like to have that staff manageable, whether it's recruiting, whether it's quality control, I don't even know what some of the titles are anymore."

Brian Bennett ESPN Staff Writer 

Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez on the first seven games of the Badgers' 2016 football schedule, which includes showdowns against LSU, Michigan State, Michigan, Ohio State and Iowa: "It's brutal. When that came out a few years ago, I winced. We've got an open date in there that will help a little bit, but it's tough."

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8dHeather Dinich

Ranked matchups highlight '16 ABC/ESPN kickoff

Tripleheaders featuring four games between ranked opponents highlight the opening Saturday of the 2016 college football season on both ABC and ESPN.

Mitch Sherman ESPN Staff Writer 

Wisconsin-LSU in Week 1 at Lambeau field will kick off at 3:30 p.m. ET in a national ABC broadcast.

Around the Horn not big fans of Wilson's speech (1:11)
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11dSheil Kapadia

Seahawks QB Wilson gives advice to graduates

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson poked fun at himself for the biggest interception in Super Bowl history while giving a commencement speech at Wisconsin on Saturday.

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14dJosh Moyer

Ranking the Big Ten's top 5 all-time RBs

Archie Griffin has two Heismans, but can he beat out Red Grange or Ran Dayne for the top spot in the top-5 Big Ten running backs of all-time?


Erickson: It's about showing what you can do

Former Wisconsin Badgers receiver Alex Erickson joined Greg Scalzo & Tony Cartagena to talk about why the Bengals were the best fit in his effort to make an NFL roster.