Who will be the next head coach at Wisconsin? BTN.com senior writer Tom Dienhart breaks down 11 potential coaching candidates who would make sense for the Badgers.
For the second time in three years, Wisconsin is in the market for a football coach with Gary Andersen shockingly taking the Oregon State job.
Gary Andersen announced Wednesday that he has taken the Oregon State job. It was a surprising move, and one look at his players' tweets proves just that.
Wisconsin head coach Gary Andersen announced Wednesday that he is taking the Oregon State job, which opened up when Nebraska hired Mike Riley.
Before your Big Ten team kicks off, you need to see the fantastic throwback footage Wisconsin has of head coach Gary Andersen. In the team’s latest “The Camp 2014” video feature, the Badgers put video of Andersen, with a mullet and skin tight clothes, on the big screen during a team meeting. The team loved it, and so will you. Fast forward to the 3:45 mark to see a younger Andersen working out and trying to make a name for himself. Get our latest Gone Viral posts: Any @BadgerFootball fans looking for a new avatar to celebrate football season? There
Wisconsin has been a bellwether Big Ten program, going to Rose Bowls from 2011-13 and just missing a BCS game last year before landing in the Capital One Bowl. Can the beat go on for Gary Andersen in Year Two? “Lots of questions on offense,” said Andersen. “Wide receiver is the big question mark. We need some men to step up.” On defense, the Badgers are replacing their front seven, as key personnel like Beau Allen and Chris Borland are gone. Will growing pains ensue? “We are athletic up front and we are excited about the opportunity to compete to
The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents has approved a new compensation package for Gary Andersen, the team announced Monday in a press release. The new package calls for a salary increase to $2.2 million for 2014 with a $100,000 increase each year during the life of the five-year deal. The increase, according to Wisconsin, will not be funded with tax or tuition dollars. Here’s what Wisconsin Director of Athletics Barry Alvarez said in the release: “I first began to consider an adjustment to Coach Andersen’s compensation package toward the end of the 2013 season,” Wisconsin Director of Athletics Barry
Wisconsin football coach Gary Andersen and Director of Athletics Barry Alvarez released statements today regarding the former recently interviewing for the now-filled Cleveland Browns head coach position. Anderson led Wisconsin to a 9-4 record in 2013, his first season in Madison. See both statements in this post. Andersen’s statement: “Officials from the Cleveland Browns contacted me to talk about their head coaching vacancy. After our initial conversation, I decided not to pursue the position. I am committed to the University of Wisconsin and the student-athletes in our program. I love the city of Madison and am grateful for all the
For Wisconsin, it’s a case of too little, too late. But the Pac-12 admitted Monday that its league officials didn’t “properly administer the end of game situation and act with appropriate urgency on the game’s final play” during Arizona State’s 32-30 win on Saturday night in Tempe, Ariz. [ MORE: Read the full Pac-12 release ] It was one of the most bizarre conclusions to a game I ever witnessed. To recap: With 18 seconds left in the contest, Wisconsin quarterback Joel Stave ran the ball toward the center of the field to set up a potential game-winning field goal
Gary Andersen continues to win over Wisconsin fans. Today, the first-year football coach was grilling and hand delivering butter burgers at a local Culver’s. It was all part of Wisconsin’s “Day of Giving,” with all proceeds going to Badger Honor Flight, which according to @BadgerFootball, pays to fly vets to memorials in Washington D.C. #Badgers Coach Andersen has taken over the grill Culvers https://t.co/28xSPHLbE5 — Badger Football (@BadgerFootball) May 21, 2013 Here are some more pictures of Andersen today: #badgers First customer for Coach Andersen at @culvers pic.twitter.com/haCWM4GIMs — Badger Football (@BadgerFootball) May 21, 2013 #Badgers Coach Andersen delivers some