Additional Wisconsin Badgers Football Info
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Badgers Tickets FAQ
Where is the student section at Camp Randall? The student section starts half-way up in section J, and takes up the entire north end zone. That includes sections K through P. The Badgers marching band also sits in that area.
How many rows are in the lower level? There are roughly 65 rows in each section at Camp Randall Stadium, but the row numbers start at the number five or six depending on the section. Most sections start with row five, and end at row 70. This can vary by one row, depending on the section.
How high is the upper deck? The upper deck at Camp Randall can go as high as row 41, depending on the section. Sections DD through HH don't go as high as sections AA-CC and sections II-LL. The upper deck hangs over the "home" side of the field, and covers row 60 and up of the lower bowl.
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Badgers Football History
The Wisconsin Badgers football team started way back in 1889. They played just a pair of games that "season." It would be seven more seasons before the Big Ten conference would come together. The team enjoyed much success in those early years, winning three titles in the first decade. Not much is noteworthy for Badgers fans up until the 1940's. Things started to roll for the Badgers in 1942 with their victory over top ranked Ohio State. From there, Wisconsin found a way to roll over their opponents, and win numerous title games.
It wasn't until the mid 1960's where Bucky Badger saw his team hit the skids. In fact, the team couldn't put together a win during the 1967-68 seasons. It took the coaching style of Dave McClain to bring the team back to their former glory. That all started in 1981. Wisconsin pulled together enough wins to grab an invite to the Garden State Bowl. Sadly, McClain passed away in the spring of 1986. The football program suffered greatly from the loss. The team would have to wait nearly four years before working their way back to the top of the Big Ten.
For the past 13 seasons, Wisconsin has managed to field very good teams. In that span the team would find themselves Rose Bowl participants five times, winning two. The Badgers tend to focus on the running game, a feature that does well against Big Ten opponents, but less so against teams like TCU and Oregon.
Another season come and gone for the Badgers, another 13-1 season in which they came up just short of the college football playoffs. Wash, rinse, repeat. This is a program that clearly knows who they are, what they are, and what they are not. Despite the criticism, they have stuck to their guns, and are one of the most stable programs in America, and oh yeah, they do it without the problems that many other programs face. The one loss for the Badgers a year ago was heartbreaking. They entered the Big Ten Championship against Ohio State unbeaten and left beaten, their playoff hopes dashed. So what are their prospects for 2018?
After what turned out to be a rather entertaining battle that lasted for over a year, sophomore quarterback Alex Hornibrook won the job. However, he did not have a great year. He threw 15 interceptions and really did not show flashes of real talent. This offseason, he will be pushed by former four-star recruit Jack Coan, and don’t be surprised if Coan jumps him at some point. Running back Jonathan Taylor, who was one of the best, maybe even the best freshman in the country a year ago, led the team with almost 2000 yards rushing and 13 touchdowns. If he chooses to play all four years and stays healthy, look for records to be broken here. Not just Badger records, but Big Ten and even national records. Their second-leading receiver Quintez Cephus returns for 2018. This looks like yet another great season in Madison.