The Wisconsin Badgers’ head coach Bret Bielema will enter his seventh year with the program in this 2012 season and will look to improve a solid 11-3 record in 2011 that helped carry his team to the Rose Bowl for the second consecutive season. Coach Bielema’s team will only be returning 11 starters, though, and with questions at the quarterback position and the defensive line, the head coach who brought this school a bowl appearance every year for six years, may just have his work cut out for him. One thing the Badgers got going for them is an unstoppable running game dominated by All-American running back Montee Ball. If transfer quarterback Danny O'Brien can deliver what the Badgers need, this season will be another interesting one for the Wisconsin Badgers. Get your tickets to all Wisconsin Badgers with Gold Coast Tickets and don’t miss out on the action!
The Wisconsin Badgers’ football program is based in Madison, Wisconsin at the University of Wisconsin. The Badgers play at the NCAA Division I level and are members of the Big Ten Conference. Throughout the years, Wisconsin has won 13 Conference titles and is hungry for its first National Championship. Camp Randall Stadium, or simply “the Camp,” is home to the Wisconsin Badgers and is the fourth-oldest stadium in college football. Among Wisconsin’s rivals are Minnesota and Iowa; the Minnesota-Wisconsin rivalry being the most-played rivalry in the country, with a total of 121 games played since 1890. For more information on the Wisconsin Badgers, visit their website at: http://www.uwbadgers.com/.