The Wisconsin Badgers football team is always one of the toughest teams in the Big Ten conference and in the country. The team has seen a roller coaster ride of ups and downs since the turn of the century but has once again established itself as a team to be reckoned with. The Wisconsin Badgers have yet to win a national title, but do have many conference titles. Wisconsin has also managed to finish every season since 1937 in the top-25. A home game at Camp Randall Stadium is one of the quintessential college football experiences. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Wisconsin Badgers football tickets.
2015 Wisconsin Season Preview
Wisconsin enters the 2015 season with a number of question marks. For the 3rd time since 2012, the Badgers have a new head coach, bringing in former Pitt head coach, and Wisconsin Alum, Paul Chryst to keep Badgers position as a Big Ten power. Also gone in 2015 will be Melvin Gordon, who rushed for more than 2,500 yards for the Badgers last season. Wisoncon sill turn to junior Corey Clement to take over at running back. Clement rushed for just under 1,000 yards last season as Gordon’s backup, and should be able to pick up right were Gordon left off. Quarterback Joel Stave returns for his senior season and will have a fantastic offensive line in front of him, anchored by left tackle Tyler Marz. With a veteran defense, Wisconsin will start the season as the favorites to win the Big Ten West division again. Top games on the 2015 Wisconsin Badgers schedule will be week 1 against Alabama, against Iowa, at Nebraska, and at Minnesota.
Check out our Wisconsin Badgers Season Preview History page for previews of previous Badgers seasons.
Wisconsin Badgers Football at Camp Randall Stadium Address: 1440 Monroe St, Madison, Wisconsin, 53711
The Wisconsin Badgers play their home games at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wisconsin. Opened in 1917 and with a capacity of more than 80,000, the stadium is the fourth largest in the Big Ten and one of the oldest in the country. Attending a game at Camp Randall and feeling the stadium shake under the crowds “Jump Around” between the 3rd and 4th quarters is a wild experience you can't forget. The Wisconsin Badgers home bench is on the Camp Randall Stadium sideline with sections A-I. Camp Randall Stadium parking information is covered in our Badgers event guide.
Wisconsin vs. Minnesota
This is the most played rivalry in D-1 football, already having been played over 120 times. Minnesota currently slightly leads in the series where a win gets you the famed Paul Bunyan’s Axe Trophy for the year. Wisconsin has won big recently, beating Minnesota in every game from 2004-2012.
Wisconsin Badgers in College Football Playoff, Bowl Games, and Big Ten Championship
When your home stadium packs in over 80,000 screaming fans week after week it gives you quite the advantage. Just ask the Badgers. With over 640 wins in school history, double-digit bowl game victories and an astounding two Big Ten Championships the Wisconsin Badgers are a perennial title competitor. The next challenge, win a National Championship. Ticketcity offers tickets to all college football bowl games and the Big 10 Conference Championship Game.
Wisconsin Badgers Event Guide
Where are the best places to eat before a Wisconsin home game in Madison?
The atmosphere around Camp Randall Stadium is one of the most festive in college football. Tailgating Badger fans will be cooking up bratwurst all around the stadium. Nearby are The Stadium Bar and State Street Brats, which both offer classic Wisconsin gameday foods.
Who are the most famous Wisconsin Badgers football alumnus?
The Badgers have been playing college football for over 120 years, so their list of prominent players is long and distinguished. Pat Richter, George Little (Coach), Elroy Hirsch, Alan Ameche, Aaron Gibson, Barry Alvarez (Coach), Joe Thomas, and Ron Dayne are just a few of the many stars from Wisconsin.