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Wisconsin Badgers Football Tickets - Overview
The Wisconsin Badgers play Division I college football for the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the Big Ten Conference. Bret Bielema is the Badgers' head coach. The Badgers play their home games at Camp Randall Stadium.Wisconsin Badgers Football Tickets - History
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The University of Wisconsin football program has been around since 1889.The Badgers' first program win was a 106-0 victory over the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. They also were the first ever Big Ten champs, when they finished the 1896 season with a 7-1-1 record. The Badgers haven't won a national title as of 2011, but have 12 conference titles and have won more than 600 games in its program's history. The Badgers' biggest rivals include Penn State, Iowa, Minnesota and Northwestern.
Wisconsin Badgers Football Tickets - Camp Randall Stadium
Wisconsin Badgers football tickets are purchased for games at Camp Randall Stadium. The arena is the fourth-oldest stadium in college football. It's the fifth largest stadium in the Big Ten and holds just over 80,000 people since 2005.
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After three straight Rose Bowl bids from 2010-2012, the Wisconsin Badgers failed to win the Big Ten's Leaders Division title last season, and thus failed to end their year in Pasadena at the "Grandaddy" of all college bowls. But hope springs eternal in Madison--and thankfully the Big Ten thought well enough to lose the Leaders…Read more