Greg Mattison, a Madison East High School graduate in his first year as the co-defensive coordinator at Ohio State, led one of the best defenses in college football this season onto the field against his hometown team Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium.
A right leg injury ends a productive career for UW's A.J. Taylor.
Young had four sacks in the Buckeyes' 38-7 win over UW on Oct. 26 in Columbus, Ohio.
On top of a dominating performance, Orr and a group of teammates stood at midfield and used the Axe as an oar, mocking Minnesota coach P.J. Fleck’s “Row the Boat” mantra.
Moorman, a versatile offensive lineman, has helped spark UW's offense by sticking to one position on the line.
Senior Jason Erdmann, who started the first five games of the season at guard and played a great deal of snaps at the position against Michigan State, didn’t play in the 24-23 loss at Illinois.
Jonathan Taylor, a Heisman Trophy contender, scored two touchdowns from the 1-yard line in the Badgers' 38-0 win over the Spartans. Both of those punch-ins were set up by clutch catches tight end Jake Ferguson made to extend drives for UW's offense.
The redshirt freshman from Eau Claire Memorial, who has played offensive tackle and center, is making the most of his chances in UW's two-tight end sets.
Mindfulness training helps players remain relaxed and focused.
The junior tackle has been a key member of a line that hasn’t skipped a beat after losing four starters to graduation.