CHICAGO (AP) — Chris Tyree returned a kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown and Drew Pyne threw a touchdown pass in the fourth quarter in relief of an injured Jack Coan as No. 12 Notre Dame beat No. 18 Wisconsin 41-13 at Soldier Field. Brian Kelly became the winningest coach in Notre Dame history with
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CHICAGO (WKOW) — Despite another strong showing from the defense, the Wisconsin Badgers couldn’t capitalize on a fourth-quarter lead and fell to Notre Dame at Soldier Field Saturday. Check out more of our Badgers coverage here. The 41-13 final score hides the close defensive struggle that took place over the first three quarters, with neither
Lance Veeser and Karley Marotta break down Wisconsin vs Notre Dame at Soldier Field at 11 am on Saturday as well as Packers at 49ers on Sunday Night Football.
No. 18 Wisconsin and No. 12 Notre Dame meet at Soldier Field in a matchup of teams with playoff hopes and early-season issues. The Badgers will try to get quarterback Graham Mertz on track after he did not throw a touchdown pass in either of the team’s first two games. The Fighting Irish are unbeaten,
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — Jack Coan admits it’s going to be a little strange this Saturday when No. 12 Notre Dame takes on his old team No. 18 Wisconsin at Chicago’s Soldier Field. “It’s definitely going to be weird,” the 22-year-old grad transfer quarterback admitted as the 3-0 Irish looked ahead to their matchup
MADISON (WKOW) — The Wisconsin football program will get a showdown with Notre Dame at Lambeau Field after all. The teams announcing they have rescheduled their Lambeau matchup to Sept. 5, 2026. The two clubs were supposed to meet each other during the 2020 season at Lambeau Field. However, COVID-19 led to schedule alterations, including
Wisconsin and Notre Dame ended overtime in a 5-5 tie on Saturday afternoon at LaBahn Arena.
The Badgers responded after an early 2-0 deficit. Linus Weissbach scored the game-winning goal to break the 2-2 tie for his 100th career point.
Quarterback Jack Coan didn’t play a single snap for the Badgers in 2020. He missed most of the season with a foot injury. Now, he’s headed to Notre Dame as a graduate transfer. Coan made the announcement Monday night on his Twitter account. https://twitter.com/jcoan17/status/1346274925561188354 Coan played in 25 games and started 18 games for Wisconsin