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Wisconsin men's basketball: Badgers in better place this time against Marquette

MADISON — Last season, Marquette beat Wisconsin at the Kohl Center, 57-55, the first time the Badgers had dropped back-to-back non conference games in 25 seasons. 445 more words


Woman who had an affair with Bo Ryan sues Wisconsin officials

A woman who was involved in an affair with former Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan has filed a lawsuit against top university officials, according to the… 164 more words

Plaques unveiled celebrating Bo Ryan, Donald Driver, members of Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame

Plaques were unveiled Tuesday, October 25th, celebrating former Wisconsin Badgers men’s basketball head coach Bo Ryan, and former Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver — members of the 2016 class in the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame! 322 more words


The legacy of Albert 'Ab' Nicholas

In 1981, J.D. Thorne, a lawyer at ELM Law and former University of Wisconsin-Madison baseball player, met with a client at Turner Hall in downtown Milwaukee. 1,035 more words

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Badgers have 2017's #3 recruiting class in the nation (for now)

Bo Ryan was a strong believer in recruiting to fit the system and developing players over their four years at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. This often meant recruiting low profile players that fit in his swing offense, and it’s hard to argue that style since that system got him to back to back Final Fours at the very tail end of his career. 611 more words


Bo Ryan Wisconsin Badgers Offense

Bo Ryan Wisconsin Badgers Offense

Here are two plays from former Wisconsin Badgers Head Coach Bo Ryan. In 32 years as a head coach, Coach Ryan compiled a 747-233 record including a 364-130 record at Wisconsin. 273 more words


$3.3 million: Former UW Coach Bo Ryan was highest paid UW System employee in 2015

MADISON — Former UW-Madison men’s basketball coach Bo Ryan was the highest paid UW System employee in 2015.

Ryan made $3.3 million.

Ryan, who retired abruptly in mid-season in December 2015, wasn’t the only employee in the college sports department who claimed a top spot. 89 more words