About Wisconsin Football
The Wisconsin Badgers are a historic college football team that continues to put out an excellent roster and remains extremely competitive. From their early days when they finished in the AP Top 25 eight times in the 1950’s, to their current success, the Badgers have certainly left their mark on the college game.
When people say the Rose Bowl, in recent memory you often think of the Wisconsin Badgers. Under head coach Barry Alvarez in the early 1990’s, the Badgers won an impressive three Rose Bowls, along with three Big 10 Championships. That type of success made it extremely hard to get Wisconsin Badgers tickets and brought Badger Nation up several levels in terms of respect and popularity.
Wisconsin has long boasted an elite ground game, as they are always known for producing effective running backs that punish the opponent. The famous Ron Dayne held the NCAA career rushing record at one time, and Montee Ball tied the legendary Barry Sanders for the single-season FBS rushing touchdown record with 39 scores in 2011.
Wisconsin has a rich, successful history, going a very solid 636–470–51 over time, while they continue to match up well with the best team. Many were worried that the transition from Alvarez to Bielema would be an issue, but Bielema eradicated any doubt with a remarkable 12-1 season in 2006, his first as head coach. Wisconsin Badgers tickets increased in value from that point on, as the team went on to top Arkansas to claim the Capitol One Bowl and were a competitive force in the Big 10 and all of college football from that point on.
While their success from their players and coaches warrants the Badgers plenty of praise, the team is also popular for it’s home field, Camp Randall Stadium. The team rarely loses there, which is a great reason why Wisconsin Badgers tickets tend to be a bit more expensive when they’re playing in Madison. In addition to being a formidable stage for opponents to perform, Camp Randall Stadium holds a place in NCAA football history all by itself as the 4th oldest stadium in college football.
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2015 Wisconsin Badgers Football Schedule
09/05/2015 - Wisconsin Badgers vs Alabama Crimson Tide at AT&T Stadium (formerly Dallas Cowboys Stadium)
09/12/2015 - Wisconsin Badgers vs Miami (OH) Redhawks at Camp Randall Stadium
09/19/2015 - Wisconsin Badgers vs Troy Trojans at Camp Randall Stadium
09/26/2015 - Wisconsin Badgers vs Hawaii Rainbow Warriors at Camp Randall Stadium
10/03/2015 - Wisconsin Badgers vs Iowa Hawkeyes at Camp Randall Stadium
10/10/2015 - Nebraska Cornhuskers vs Wisconsin Badgers at Memorial Stadium - NE
10/17/2015 - Wisconsin Badgers vs Purdue Boilermakers at Camp Randall Stadium
10/24/2015 - Illinois Fighting Illini vs Wisconsin Badgers at Memorial Stadium - IL
10/31/2015 - Wisconsin Badgers vs Rutgers Scarlet Knights at Camp Randall Stadium
11/07/2015 - Maryland Terrapins vs Wisconsin Badgers at Byrd Stadium
11/21/2015 - Wisconsin Badgers vs Northwestern Wildcats at Camp Randall Stadium
11/28/2015 - Minnesota Golden Gophers vs Wisconsin Badgers at TCF Bank Stadium