Wisconsin OL could be great this season; amount of in-state basketball talent staggering

Wisconsin football and basketball are always the main topics in Bucky’s Breakfast, Land of 10’s daily Badgers notebook — but we cover news, notes and analysis across Badgers sports. Join us each morning to get caught up on everything you missed in the world of Wisconsin football, recruiting, basketball and more.

Best Wisconsin OL ever?

The Badgers aren’t even halfway through spring practice and won’t play a game for another five months. But that hasn’t stopped the hype from building around the team’s offensive line. According to Jesse Temple, there’s a belief the line could be among the best the school has ever put on the field.

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Fan mailbag

We open up the fan mailbag to answer questions on all of the in-state basketball talent, the recruitment of 2018 point guard Tai Strickland and the shooting ability of center Ethan Happ.

Time at Wisconsin shaped Joe Thomas

As Mike Lucas at UWBadgers.com explains, it was the core values that were instilled in Joe Thomas during his time at Wisconsin that helped him become the player he was for 11 seasons with the Cleveland Browns and the man he is today.

Jonathan Taylor a clutch performer

Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor made Bleacher Report’s list of college football’s most clutch performers heading into the 2018 season.

Back to football for Bobby April III

After a year away from the game, new Badgers’ outside linebackers coach Bobby April III is excited to be back in the mix, writes Jeff Potrykus of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Former Wisconsin player helped start NCAA tourney

Harold Olsen, who played for the Badgers and later coached at Ohio State, was among those who  helped start what we now know as March Madness.

Wisconsin hockey tops all-time list

ESPN ranked the ultimate lineups in NCAA men’s hockey history based on what those players did in the NHL. It shouldn’t be a big surprise that the Badgers topped the list.

Dana Rettke to play for Team USA

Coming off an impressive freshman season, Wisconsin’s Dana Rettke has been tabbed to be a part of the U.S. volleyball team that will compete in China this summer.

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