Fresh off the Spring Game, Rich and Max are joined by Fox Sports Wisconsin's Jesse Temple who discusses Saturday's game and Spring Practice as a whole. They talk the quarterback race, the complexion of the defense, and Max's ability to fit into 10 year old clothes.
Rich and Max are joined by Luke Mueller of Bucky's 5th Quarter who provides his take on what he's seen and heard so far in camp. Luke talks the offense, defense, and players who may surprise this year.
With the football team returning to practice after Spring Break, Rich and Max look at the latest news to come out of the McClain center, talk Badger headlines, and SEC fashion trends at Disney World
With Spring Practice only days away Rich & Max tackle some of the less discussed aspects of spring practice (what does Michael Trotter's playing time tell us about the future of Badger football) as well as some of the bigger topics as well but not before spending way too much time breaking down the relative merits of the month of March.
After a two week hiatus, Rich and Max return to discuss the Thomas Brown hire, further delve into Gary Andersen's apparent lack of interest in the Cleveland Browns, and explore Max's future as a middle school cheerleading coach.
Despite it being a quiet time of the year in college football, Rich and Max find plenty to talk about. They give their final thoughts on the 2014 recruiting class, changes to the spring roster, the departure of Thomas Hammock to the Ravens, and Gary Andersen's flirtation with the Browns.
Evan Flood joins the BuckAround to break down the Badgers 2014 recruiting class. It's our best show yet. Mostly because we let Evan do most the talking!
After breaking down the offense last week, Max and Rich delve into the far more uncertain defense, explore the options at kicker, and Rich struggles to pronounce 'Serge Trezy' while Max's references to 80's movie franchises make us both sound old.
Rich and Max boldly predict personnel assignments on the 2014 Wisconsin Badgers offense, remark on the ridiculous number of safeties on the roster, and comment on uncomfortably named winter storms.
NOTE: Names in bold denote player who will see significant playing time in a shared role or in specific personnel packages
Rich and Max bid a fond farewell to the 2013 season with their first annual Golden Bucky Awards. Want a last look at 2013 before the doldrums of the college football off season set in? We have you covered!
Rich and Max review the Badgers' 34-24 loss to South Carolina, breaking down the missed opportunities and failed execution that lead to Wisconsin's 4th straight bowl loss while turning football cliches into some awful - but unintentional - innuendos.
Rich and Max discuss the latest Badger news, break down the Capital One Bowl, and maintain composure all the while watching the women's volleyball team beat Texas.
NOTE: The podcast was recorded before the announcement of the injury to Damiere Byrd.
In our latest episode Rich and Max discuss Badger news as Bowl prep begins, look at at what they learned in the B1G Championship game, and project how the rest of the conference will do in bowl season.
Rich and Max Break down the surprising 31-24 loss to Penn State, discuss the Badgers' future offense - and Joel Stave's place in it, and finish up with a quick look at Badger recruiting and the All-B1G Team.
In our debut episode, we examine the Badgers 20-7 victory over Minnesota. Max stressed the surprisingly strong performance of the Gophers while Rich saw the game as the first feather in Gary Andersen's cap as Badger football coach. We also touched on the B1G title race, the larger BCS picture, and looked ahead to Penn State.