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What It Means to Be a Badger: Barry Alvarez and Wisconsin's Greatest Players
Few college football experiences can top spending a fall Saturday afternoon at Camp Randall Stadium. Fueled by 80,000 of the nation s most boisterous fans, University of Wisconsin game days are a nonstop party, complete with pregame tailgating, the original Jump Around after the third quarter, and the famed Fifth Quarter celebration win or lose. And while...
Few college football experiences can top spending a fall Saturday afternoon at Camp Randall Stadium. Fueled by 80,000 of the nation s most boisterous fans, University of Wisconsin game days are a nonstop party, complete with pregame tailgating, the original Jump Around after the third quarter, and the famed Fifth Quarter celebration win or lose. And while its fans celebrate in the stands, the football team has made a habit of excelling on the field: in 120-plus years of competition, Wisconsin has captured 12 titles in the challenging Big Ten Conference and competed in 22 bowl games. The Badgers record has been especially impressive in recent years: the team has missed out on a bowl appearance just twice since 1993.The Badgers are near and dear to people throughout football-crazy Wisconsin because the school is the flagship of a top-rated university system and is the only Division I program in the state. Rooting for the Badgers is ingrained in the culture, as important a part of the Wisconsin lifestyle as dairy farming and summer vacations Up North. Because of this, playing football in Madison has special meaning for those young men lucky enough to suit up in Cardinal and White. The experience leaves them with lessons that last a lifetime, including the value of hard work, supporting your teammates, overcoming adversity, and getting a top-notch education.In What It Means to Be a Badger, more than forty of the biggest names from six decades of Wisconsin football share in their own words their Badger gridiron memories. From Pat Richter looking back on a career that included one of history s greatest Rose Bowls, to Al Toon talking about playing for Dave McClain, to Joe Rudolph remembering the rebirth of UW football under Barry Alvarez, to Brett Bielema sharing his passion for coaching in Madison, Wisconsin fans will relish the intimate stories told by their favorite players and coaches, many of whom went on to careers in the NFL. And while not every player excelled at the professional level, all cherished their time in Madison. They took from their college experiences an education that went far beyond Xs and Os and led to success in other facets of their lives. These stories will remind fans why they feel so passionate about Badger football.
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