On this week's edition of the BadgerBlitz.com Podcast John Veldhuis and Jon McNamara break down where they think the men's basketball team can do to replace Tyler Herro after his de-commitment from the Badgers. They also discuss what they saw in Wisconsin's game against Purdue, and make their predictions for UW's homecoming game against Maryland.
After trailing 17-0 at the half, Memphis scores 42 2nd half points to claim their 6th win of the season to become bowl eligible. This also marks the first time in the Coach Norvell era that they won a game while trailing after 3 quarters. At the end of the 3rd quarter, Memphis trailed 31-21. They had been 0-6, not no more. "We never gave up, we always knew we could win," Anthony Miller said after the game. "We can go all the way. We shouldn't lose the rest of the season." Riley Ferguson struggled in the first half but came out in the second half ready to play. He finished with 472 yards on 33 of 53 passing and 1 touchdown. "It was a roller coaster," Ferguson said. "We had to calm down at the
This episode starts off with a detailed IU basketball conversation between Galen and Jordan Wells of The Hoosier, as we talk about Media Day reactions, preview Hoosier Hysteria, and talk about the latest in IU basketball recruiting. Then (29:30) we catch up with The Hoosier's Taylor Lehman to discuss IU football's matchup against Michigan State, including the challenges that IU faces in this contest and the things they need to do to compete for a rare victory in East Lansing.
COLUMBUS, Ohio- Since the loss to Oklahoma in Week 2, Ohio State has been dominating opponents. The Buckeyes have been winning each game by an average of 42 points over the last five games. With that, there has not been much need for extended use of starters, especially on the defensive line. “I’m dying to play a full game,” defensive end Nick Bosa said. “It’s been awhile. I played like 20 reps the past five games, so it’s getting a little old. I’m ready to go get in the dogfight and play until the end.” However, especially on the defensive line, this is something that these players have been used to for the entire season. With the amount of depth on the line, players including Bosa, Tyquan Lewis
To take the next step in his evolution, Trace McSorley first had to go backward. Penn State's quarterback went back in the offseason and reviewed enough film and saw enough open receivers who never had a shot to catch one of his passes. There, sitting in front of a computer screen, was the first time McSorley had looked their way.
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No. 24 LSU (5-2, 2-1 SEC) at Mississippi (3-3, 1-2), Saturday, 7:15 p.m. ET (ESPN) Line: LSU by 7. Series record: LSU leads 60-41-4. WHAT'S AT STAKE LSU was wobbling after a loss to Troy a few weeks ago, but back-to-back wins over Florida and Auburn have the Tigers back in the national rankings. A win over Ole Miss would further solidify the program's momentum. The Rebels want to build off of last week's 57-35 win over Vanderbilt. KEY MATCHUP Ole Miss QB Shea Patterson vs. LSU's pass defense. Patterson is throwing for more than 350 yards per game and has 17 touchdowns through the air. LSU counters with one of the league's better pass defenses — the Tigers are giving up just 170 yards passing