Wisconsin commit shuns Scott Frost to stick with Badgers; end of hoops game ‘a disgrace’

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Bryson Williams stays with commitment

Despite late pressure from new Nebraska coach Scott Frost and the hometown Cornhuskers, Class of 2018 defensive lineman Bryson Williams has decided to stick with his commitment to Wisconsin. The 3-star recruit tweeted Thursday he’ll be signing with the Badgers during the early signing period next week.

Western Kentucky AD calls end of game a ‘disgrace’

The controversial end to the Wisconsin-Western Kentucky game Wednesday night drew various reactions from all over the country, including Hilltoppers’ athletic director Todd Stewart. According to Brad Stephens of the Bowling Green Daily News, Stewart called the ending “a disgrace.”

Wisconsin recruiting notebook

It’s early, but Wisconsin’s 2019 recruiting class is getting high marks from Rivals.com. We look at Rivals’ updated rankings, as well as a 2018 prospect mulling a grayshirt offer from the Badgers in our latest recruiting notebook.

Paul Chryst addresses the media

Wisconsin was back on the practice field Thursday morning and coach Paul Chyrst met with the media afterward. Here’s everything he had to say as the Badgers continued their prep for the Orange Bowl.

The moment Jack Cichy became a star

Wisconsin linebacker Jack Cichy announced this week he’d be turning pro and not petitioning the NCAA for a sixth year of eligibility. With his college career done, SI.com’s Bruce Feldman looked back at the moment Cichy became a star — his back-to-back-to-back sacks against USC in the 2015 Holiday Bowl.

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Wisconsin’s success breeds interest in assistants

When you’ve won as many games as any program outside Ohio State, Alabama or Clemson, your assistant coaches are going to draw interest from other schools. That’s what Wisconsin might have to deal with this offseason — and that’s far from a bad thing, writes Jesse Temple.

Most intriguing player in each bowl game

SI.com went bowl-by-bowl to pick the most intriguing player in each game, and for the Orange Bowl they settled on Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor.

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