Updates and insights following Badgers football practices leading up to the season-opener with Alabama at Arlington, Texas.
The Daily News’ Les Bowen tells CineSport’s Brian Clark how the Eagles can be encouraged by Sam Bradford’s night against the Packers on Saturday, and why the Philadelphia offense has looked good.
With a considerably more daunting schedule looming in 2016, this season might be UW's last chance to play its way into any national championship conversation.
Jim Polzin takes a game-by-game look at UW's four non-conference opponents, starting with Saturday's foe Alabama.
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