There are few things a University of Wisconsin football team can do that earn immortality on the walls of Camp Randall Stadium. The group of Badgers has already accomplished one of them — earning a bid into the Rose Bowl.
After a down season in 2018 and a good deal of roster turnover, the Badgers can end the decade with something the program hasn’t had in nearly 20 years: A Rose Bowl win.
UW has a stiff test in Oregon, a hot team that has a good deal of motivation. But Badger players have spoken about the deep meaning the Rose Bowl has on their campus and in their program, and they want to be able to come back for reunions and events as Rose Bowl champions.
Here are three keys for the Badgers to topple Oregon in the Rose Bowl.