2014 Wisconsin Badgers Football Road Schedule
The Big Ten conference is one of the most prominent in the country,
but that's part of the fun as the Badgers of Wisconsin have to go up against all kinds of other powerhouses from one season
to the next. When the Badgers pull down a big-time conference win, it's sort of a big deal, which is why fans routinely pack
into the stands to show their support for the beloved Badgers. The Badgers put together another really nice season in 2013,
going 9-4 overall and 6-2 in the conference, which is amazing considering their strength of schedule. With the Badgers looking
to build on the brightest points of their 2013 campaign, absolutely anything can happen from here, which is why Camp Randall
Stadium in Madison will be bumping throughout the season.
But the fun definitely doesn't exactly stop when the Badgers
are out of town, as seeing the Badgers on the road can be every bit as exhilarating. Come out and see the Badgers do their
thing away from home and you'll end up with a completely different level of experience, and it doesn't hurt that there will
be some serious Wisconsin camaraderie thanks to one of the best-traveled fan bases in the country. Against teams like Northwestern,
Rutgers, Purdue, Iowa and Minnesota on the road, the Badgers will definitely have their hands full throughout the season,
giving you plenty of opportunities to head out and see if the Badgers have what it takes to take a run at a conference title.
Wisconsin Badgers Football Team Info
The Wisconsin Badgers football program has been a top program in NCAA football
for generations, with plenty of big moments and great players along the way. In that time, the Wisconsin Badgers have won
numerous conference titles and they always seem to put their best players into the National Football League when their Badgers
days are over, including multiple Heisman Trophy winners. Put it all together and you might say that Badgers football is an
absolute staple of the Madison campus, and you'll see that every single time that the Badgers take to the gridiron –
whenever and wherever that is. So if you're looking for a little bone-jarring excitement featuring a national powerhouse,
you're definitely in the right spot.
NCAA Football Experience
Even though you have plenty of choices,
college football consistently ranks among the most exciting around the sports world for a reason, so don't even think about
being left out of the action this year. We know that the pros are great to watch too, but this is a sport that never gets
more pure than when two teams are battling solely for university pride. At home, you'll get one type of experience that is
simply amazing, but the road game experience can be every bit as exhilarating, though that's not something you're going to
figure out from home. When you're in the middle of a nail-biter involving the Badgers that could go either way, it won't be
hard to see what football played at this level is all about.
Wisconsin Badgers Football History
first being formed in 1889, the Wisconsin Badgers have put together some amazing seasons over the years, including 14 conference
titles overall, two Heisman winners and 22 different consensus All-Americans. Many of the best Badgers players have gone on
to make an impact on the National Football League over the years, with great players like Ron Dayne, Elroy Hirsch, Arnie Herber
and Pat Richter representing just a small sampling of the different Badgers who have taken their game to the next level. Both
Alan Amache (1954) and Dayne (1999) have also won the Heisman, only given to college football's most outstanding player. With
such an illustrious program that remains a consistent powerhouse from one season to the next, the Badgers remain in the national
eye for a reason.
Wisconsin Badgers Football Trivia
Did you know that Russell Wilson almost reported to
spring training for the Colorado Rockies?
After dominating for NC State, Wilson was still unsure which path he would
choose, as he didn't even receive an invite to the 2011 NFL combine. But instead of going to play for Major League Baseball's
Rockies, Wilson would transfer to Wisconsin and would quickly become one of the top signal callers in the program's history.
Still, Wilson's relatively short stature and limited time with Wisconsin led him to slip to the second half of the third round
of the 2012 NFL draft, which is something quite a few NFL teams are regretting at this point.
If you have only been going to the Badgers' home games, you don't really know what you're missing out
on by skipping the biggest away matchups. The most passionate of fans also make it a point to go cheer on the Wisconsin Badgers
on the road, so grab your favorite team gear and get ready to see the Badgers take the gridiron in a great matchup that everyone
will be talking about. Home games at Camp Randall Stadium are sure to be loaded with fanfare for the Badgers, but you'll also
find a major sense of camaraderie away from home as well, making it always a great idea to sport your Badgers' colors as Wisconsin
hits the road to take on some of the top teams in the nation this season.