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2019 Schedule
8-5, 2nd in Big Ten - West
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41dESPN

The most dynamic game-breaker on each Top 25 team

Who will be the most electric players for the nation's top teams this season? Clemson and Alabama have an embarrassment of riches on offense, but they're not the only ones.

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45dAndrea Adelson

Wisconsin QB Hornibrook transferring to FSU

Alex Hornibrook is transferring from Wisconsin to Florida State, the quarterback announced Sunday. Hornibrook said last month he would transfer after graduating from business school in May.

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55dTom VanHaaren

Wisconsin QB Hornibrook announces transfer

Alex Hornibrook, Wisconsin's starting quarterback for the past three seasons, is transferring. Hornibrook was 26-6 as the Badgers' starter.

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71dAdam Rittenberg

Wisconsin OL Dietzen retiring due to injuries

Wisconsin Badgers offensive lineman Jon Dietzen announced his decision to retire because of injuries sustained during his playing career.

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91dESPN

Biggest concern for each Top 25 team

When will Justin Fields debut at QB for Ohio State? How much turnover can Alabama handle? All of the Top 25 teams have issues to be resolved.

102d

Mertz Mania on Trenches

Derek Engler and Jim Rutledge discuss the hype surrounding Graham Mertz and his arrival on campus. Is there too much pressure on him?

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106dMark Schlabach

The 2019 Way-Too-Early Top 25

Clemson is the new king, but Alabama will be back, along with Georgia, Ohio State and Notre Dame, while a couple of teams from Texas elbow their way into the top 10.

109d

Showalter and Brust on In The Trenches

Former Wisconsin Basketball stars Zak Showalter and Ben Brust sub in on In The Trenches to breakdown Badger Basketball and their expectations this season.

116d

Pinstripe Bowl Champions

Jim Rutledge and Tarek Saleh react to the Badgers winning the 2018 Pinstripe Bowl. How does this team project going in to next season?

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Wisconsin's Paul Chryst ties Michigan's Fielding Yost for second-most wins in the first four years among Big Ten coaches. Chryst is 42-12 overall. Only Urban Meyer (50) has recorded more wins in his first four years as a Big Ten coach.

Taylor, Badgers overpower Miami in New Era Pinstripe Bowl (1:39)

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