The Badgers scored 25 unanswered points at the start of the game on their way to a big win over the Golden Lions Friday.
In a tweet, Wildgoose said that “being a part of what I consider the greatest university in America has been the honor of my life.”
The move likely knocks the 18th-ranked Badgers out of consideration for the Big Ten championship game.
The Badgers (2-0, 2-0) are trying to win the division for the fifth time in seven years.
The Badgers will start the season on Wednesday, Nov. 25 in Madison against Eastern Illinois and visit Marquette on Dec. 4.
The Badgers returned to competition after canceling two games of their all-Big Ten schedule due to a COVID-19 breakout.
The 13th-ranked Badgers are set to play at Michigan on Saturday night, three weeks after their season-opening win.
The approach is similar to the one taken for Badgers football games at Camp Randall.
Wisconsin begins this pandemic-delayed season with most of the same players who created many memorable moments during a magical stretch drive last year.
No. 13 Wisconsin expects to return to play Saturday at Michigan after canceling its last two games due to a COVID-19 outbreak within the team.
The 10th-ranked Badgers are looking to resume their season after the outbreak caused them to cancel two games. Wisconsin (1-0) is scheduled to visit No. 23 Michigan on Nov. 14.
The Wisconsin football team’s home game against Purdue on Saturday, Nov. 7 will not be played and team-related activities remain paused indefinitely
“We’re still having additions in our cases, and that’s something we’ve got to get our arms around and control it."
FOX6's Lily Zhao went one-on-one with FOX College Football Reporter Bruce Feldman to discuss a Badgers football team that is now dealing with a COVID-19 outbreak and how that might affect the shortened season.
The Wisconsin football team will pause all team-related activities due to an elevated number of COVID-19 cases within the Badgers program.
Under Big Ten conference protocols, Mertz will not be able to play for at least 21 days.
School officials say they won’t release any testing information regarding individual athletes due to privacy concerns.
Mertz set a school record for completion percentage on 20-of-21 passing, finishing with 248 yards and a record-matching five touchdowns.
Meanwhile, leading up to the game, Badgers players took to Twitter to urge fans to avoid watching this season's action in crowds.
Wisconsin will open the season without quite as much experience as it expected to have.