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Packers: Follow live postgame coverage as Green Bay falls to Baltimore 23-0

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Follow live coverage from the Wisconsin State Journal as the Green Bay Packers fall to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.

Badgers men's hockey: Five-star prospect Cole Caufield commits to Wisconsin

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The Mosinee native joins his brother, Brock, who committed on Friday.

Badgers football: Wisconsin remains at No. 5 in AP poll

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UW also held steady at No. 4 in the USA Today Coaches poll.

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Badgers men's basketball: Former Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan headed for Hall of Fame

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Ryan, who abruptly retired as the Badgers' coach midway through the 2015-16 season, will be inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame on Sunday in Kansas City, Missouri.


Prep girls basketball: Erin Howard hopes to lead Madison East to top of Big Eight and beyond

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Howard is regarded as one of the top players in the state. The 6-foot-1 Howard averaged 16.7 points, 11.7 rebounds and 5.4 assists per game last season.


Badgers football: Highly ranked offensive tackle prospect Logan Brown commits to Wisconsin


The University of Wisconsin's 24-10 victory over Michigan wasn't its only big win of the weekend.


Badgers football: Young receivers producing game-changing plays for Wisconsin

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A.J. Taylor, Danny Davis and Kendric Pryor all made key plays in the Badgers' win over Michigan on Saturday.


'Legacy of sexism' and allegations of sexual harassment mar UW-Madison department

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A faculty review committee report released in February said the department’s "legacy of sexism" was a problem that "requires immediate, serious attention."


Auto racing: Cambridge native Matt Kenseth ready for life after the fast lane

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Sunday's season finale at Homestead-Miami Speedway stands to be the final race in Kenseth's illustrious career.


Jerry Davis: Does sitting on a deer stand beat sitting on a bar stool watching the Packers?

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Editor's note: This is the fourth in a series of features related to Wisconsin's nine-day gun deer season, which begins Saturday, Nov. 18.


Big Eight Conference girls basketball preview: Experienced Madison East squad set to take next step

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Beaver Dam, last year's undefeated WIAA Division 2 state champion, is the new team in the league this season.


Capitols: Josh Maniscalco lifts Dubuque Fighting Saints to 3-2 victory against Madison

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DUBUQUE, Iowa -- Josh Maniscalco scored the tiebreaking goal with 4:33 remaining to give the host Dubuque Fighting Saints a 3-2 victory against the Madison Capitols in a United States Hockey League game in Iowa.

Badgers men's hockey: One night after lopsided victory, Wisconsin settles for tie with Michigan

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If the University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team is going to make its path toward the NCAA tournament more secure, avoiding steps backward is a must.

Curling: McFarland's Nina Roth, Becca Hamilton, Matt Hamilton earn Olympic spots

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Roth's team defeated Team Jamie Sinclair 7-6 in the deciding match on Saturday at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials.


Badgers men's hockey gameday: Wisconsin 4, Michigan 4

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The Badgers look for a sweep of the Wolverines at the Kohl Center.


Badgers football: Nick Nelson's big day against Michigan highlighted by punt return touchdown

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Nelson also had two pass breakups Saturday to give him 20 for the season, breaking a single-season UW record.


Tom Oates: Wisconsin defense does what it does best in win over Michigan

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Behind still another dominant second-half performance from the defense, the Badgers ground out a 24-10 victory over the Wolverines.


Badgers football: Offensive line helps Wisconsin finish strong against Michigan

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That Michael Deiter and Co. were able to flip the script was a major factor in a second-half surge that helped the No. 5 Badgers remain unbeaten with a 24-10 victory over the Wolverines.


Badgers football: Top tweets from Wisconsin's 24-10 win over Michigan

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Here's what fans were saying on Twitter on Saturday:

Saturday, Nov 18

Badgers football: Wisconsin's Alex Hornibrook comes up big after turnover in win over Michigan

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The UW offense came alive after a slow start to lead the fifth-ranked Badgers to a 24-10 victory over the Wolverines and their first 11-0 start in program history.

Tom Oates: UW's early offensive mistakes in football must end today against Michigan

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The story of the season for the University of Wisconsin has been its school-record 10-0 start.

Fitchburg Mayor Jason Gonzalez apologizes to Kaleem Caire for kicking him out of council meeting

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Gonzalez -- with Caire by his side -- said Friday that his defensive response to Caire's criticism was inappropriate.

Friday, Nov 17

Wisconsin company hit with $1.8 million fine for 'egregious' blast that killed five

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Federal workplace safety regulators said the tragedy could have been averted if Didion Milling had taken well-known precautions.

Badgers men's basketball: Wisconsin hangs tough before No. 15 Xavier pulls out 80-70 victory

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Effort wasn’t an issue for the Badgers during their 80-70 loss to the No. 15 Musketeers on Thursday night at the Kohl Center.

Badgers men's basketball: Follow live postgame coverage of Wisconsin's 80-70 loss to No. 15 Xavier

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Follow live postgame coverage from the Wisconsin State Journal of the UW men's basketball team's loss to No. 15 Xavier on Thursday night.

Thursday, Nov 16

Keystone pipeline leak dumps 210,000 gallons of oil in South Dakota

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TransCanada Corp.'s Keystone pipeline leaked an estimated 210,000 gallons of oil in northeastern South Dakota, the company and state regulators reported Thursday.

WIAA Division 7 football: Bangor's big line simply too much for Black Hawk

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Caden Servais and his Hogs served up a big ol’ stack of pancakes Thursday morning.

Badgers men's soccer: Wisconsin goalkeeper Philipp Schilling repays coach's trust

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After being tasked with choosing the order of shooters for penalty kicks to decide the Big Ten champion, Schilling made a save and scored a goal.

Badgers men's basketball: Trevon Bluiett, Xavier pose test to UW's defense

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After the scouting report on Yale had been delivered last Saturday, word began to spread around the University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team that the player Khalil Iverson would be guarding was pretty good.

Wednesday, Nov 15

Badgers football: Brandon Peters playing mistake-free during Michigan’s win streak

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The sophomore has thrown for 325 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions over the last three games.

Badgers volleyball: Wisconsin comes out on top with 2020 recruit Jade Demps

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Jade Demps kept a private list with six schools on it. There was Stanford, UCLA, Arizona, North Carolina, Kentucky and the University of Wisconsin.

Ron Johnson becomes first GOP senator to oppose tax overhaul

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Johnson's stance could threaten passage of the tax overhaul measure, seen as absolutely vital for congressional Republicans, in the U.S. Senate.

WIAA state football finals: Draven Peeples, Sun Prairie eager to face streaking Kimberly

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The Cardinals take on the four-time defending champion Papermakers, who have won 69 consecutive games, in the Division 1 title game Friday at Camp Randall Stadium.