He's really not taking this well, and he was already teetering on the edge of retirement anyway.
Recent information has come to light that makes me wonder if the Wisconsin mascot is going without pants by choice.
The week of wild news out of Madison continues. It's amazing that it's coinciding with Badger Hate Week.
The Wisconsin Badgers head coach is apparently pretending he didn't have a meltdown at yesterday's press conference.
The Golden Eagles blew out to a 20-2 run to start the game and used the offensive glass to carry them to victory against Wisconsin on Sunday.
Quite the hectic news morning coming out of Madison, and what a coincidence for it to happen at the start of Badger Hate Week....
We start off BHW off the only way we know how: by mercilessly deriding nearly a half-century of Badger basketball futility.
We preview the clash between the Golden Eagles & the Badgers on Sunday afternoon in Milwaukee.
The Golden Eagles look to snap a four match winless streak when they head to Madison on Wednesday night to square off with the Badgers.
The yearly contest against the Badgers breathes some life into this non-conference schedule, but the game against the Cougars promptly punches it right back out again.
In December, Marquette gets one final crack at Ryan before he retires at the end of the 2015-16 season.
We put 2 and 2 together and we got the starting date for Badger Hate Week 2015.
This isn't a discussion of what North Carolina needs to do to win tonight's basketball game. I'm calling for the Tar Heels to end Hayes' ascendance to the role of America's Sweetheart.
And, as the world's foremost purveyors of being dismissive of things written about Wisconsin basketball, we had to dismantle it, Fire Joe Morgan-style.
It's been the defense that's failed the Golden Eagles repeatedly this season, but that wasn't the case against the Badgers.
Marquette's trip to Madison ended the same way as their trip to Auburn: An ugly second half leading to the home team running away with an easy victory.
Where we've got all the (fake) lines to satisfy your gambling fix before this morning's tip against the Badgers.
As the men's game on Saturday starts to wind down, the women's basketball team will be getting underway in Madison against their Badgers counterparts.
Click the link, and vote for option #2: "Marquette fan, can't stand UW," as is the tradition of Badger Hate Week.
Couldn't be easier. Feel free to tell your friends to vote in the manner that a Marquette fan should.
We made fun of their "ownership" of the House of Pain classic three years ago. The Badgers have gotten worse about it in the meantime.
I don't want to say thanks to Rasheed Sulaimon for popping Kaminsky in the groin, because that seems mean, but it doesn't mean it's not funny.
Frank Kaminsky burst onto the scene for the Badgers last year. Which begs the question: HOW???
Gotta give credit where credit is due, and The Worldwide Leader did Marquette and Steve Wojciechowski a solid with their scheduling of the ACC/Big 10 Challenge.
Using (not-so) exclusive video footage, we can now prove that no one wants to be friends with the University of Wisconsin mascot.
There's no two ways about it: the 7-foot center from Lisle, Illinois, lied about at least one of the reasons why he returned to college for his senior season.
And it's all Sam Dekker's fault. Now on Vine!
It's back at the BC this year, so protect your tickets carefully. Plus: an update on Game #4!
We already knew about the Orlando Classic, but the last 12 hours have given us two more high profile dates on the calendar for men's basketball.
Marquette lost on the road to a top 10 team by six points. This is okay on the surface. If we go deeper, were there any significant failures that caused the loss?
For the first time in three years, Badger Hate Week ends in a loss. This is kind of a strange feeling.
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