The first four weeks of Nebraska’s schedule don't change under the new plan, but there are seven date and location changes to note.
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The Slinger High School offensive lineman committed to Minnesota on Dec. 5 after previously committing to North Dakota State. He got offers from 13 different schools, including Air Force, Buffalo, Central Michigan and Columbia. Beers is ranked 128th in the nation at his position and 14th in the state of Wisconsin, according to 247Sports.
Grand, the two-star running back recruit out of Ellsworth high school, will join Minnesota as a walk-on after committing to the Gophers in late October. Grand helped lead Ellsworth to a 12-1 record. He accounted for 1,634 of his team's 3,698 rushing yards last season. He also ran for 17 touchdowns.
Keller made the commitment to Iowa State in July after a visit to both Iowa and Iowa State. The three-star recruit had other offers from Michigan State, Kent State, Minnesota, Texas, Indiana, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Toledo. Keller was part of the Waunakee team that won the WIAA Division 2 state title, along with his teammate Jack Dotzler that joined Iowa State rival Iowa.
The two-sport athlete verbally committed to the Hawkeyes in July after interest from Wisconsin, Minnesota and Northern Iowa. The three-star TE recruit was previously committed to play baseball at Iowa before receiving an offer to play football with the Hawkeyes. Ostrenga helped lead Sun Prairie to an undefeated regular season and a trip to the WIAA Division 1 state championship, where it lost to Franklin and another top UW recruit.
The Badgers started the season talking about making history and completing unfinished business. They ended it by getting pushed around by a rival they've dominated.
Reasons for the Badgers' poor rushing attack, special teams issues and accuracy struggles from Graham Mertz are included in this week's rewatch of the Badgers.
No single sequence showed the Badgers’ disarray more than what happened when they faced fourth-and-1 at their 21-yard line down by 10 with 4 minutes, 26 seconds remaining.
Ineptitude on offense leads to awful grade as columnist Jim Polzin grades Wisconsin's loss to Minnesota and the end of the Badgers' push to reach the Big Ten title game.
The Badgers lost the Battle for Paul Bunyan’s Axe for the second time in four seasons after a 14-game winning streak in the series.