We all wanted to play "In the end, there were too many questions we couldn't answer" A message from Barry Alvarez#OnWisconsin pic.twitter.com/FJwiqzXIuC — Wisconsin Badgers (@UWBadgers) August 11, 2020
BUT… COACHES PUSH BACK TO CONTINUE SEASON. YES… IT’S PUSHED TO SPRING.
Can you spot what's wrong with this photo? | https://t.co/yggEGeOmTt pic.twitter.com/tQVCzhoyFx — WCCO – CBS Minnesota (@WCCO) February 11, 2020
UW Athletics administration was informed last weekend that Helland, while recounting a story from earlier in his NBA career, had used a racial epithet in the presence of multiple Wisconsin men’s basketball student-athletes. UW Athletics confirmed that assertion on Sunday.
Final AP Poll.
Who is in the fold and who is still on Paul Chryst’s wish list.
Earlier this month, Hayes signed a 10-day contract with the Toronto Raptors, as well as another contract of that duration with the NBA Eastern Conference’s current No. 1 seed before being released by the organization on March 26.
The loss likely relegated UW to an eight or a nine seed, which means the Badgers would play a No. 1 seed in the second game should they win their opener.
From the cleveland.com website…
Next for Badgers?
“Back in the spring, in the days after the national championship game, (UW Director of Athletics) Barry Alvarez and I discussed the possibility of me retiring. I’ve always been told that is not a decision to make right after a season is completed. Barry thankfully encouraged me to take some time to think about it…
Kaminsky and Dekker became just the third and fourth UW players under Ryan to be selected in the first round of the NBA draft. As a result, they gave UW two first-round picks in the same season for the first time ever.
Kaminsky was taken No. 9 overall by the Charlotte Hornets, who finished 33-49 last season and failed to make the playoffs….Dekker was taken No. 18 by Houston, which finished 56-26 last season and lost to eventual champion Golden State in the Western Conference finals.
Paul Chryst’s debut as Wisconsin’s head coach can’t get much bigger. UW’s opener against Alabama, set for Sept. 5 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, will start at 7 p.m. and be televised by ABC. Via Badgers’ 2015 football opener set for prime time on ABC @ JS Badgers Blog.