How many College Football National Championships do the Wisconsin Badgers have?
The University of Wisconsin Badgers do not have any national championships in football.
The Wisconsin Badgers have never won a NCAA National Football Championship. They came close in 1962 but ultimately lost to USC at the Rose Bowl. They have been National Champions in other sports however.
The football team that plays in Wisconsin is known as The Wisconsin Badgers. Wisconsin does not have a football team in the National Football League.
Wisconsin Badgers football was created in 1889.
According to the College Football Data Warehouse, the University of Wisconsin Badgers football team has not yet won a national championship.
The American football-playing branch of the Wisconsin Badgers collegiate team play at the Camp Randall Stadium, in Madison, Wisconsin.
The football team known as the Badgers is located in Madison, Wisconsin, as in the University of Wisconsin Badgers. They play their games at Camp Randall stadium.
The Wisconsin Badgers Men's Basketball team has a total of 19 Big Ten Championships. (17 Regular Season Championships, two Conference Tournament Championships)
the badgers won 11 games this year.
Yes Bucky the badger.
They are called after the badgers because Wisconsin is a mining state and in hthe XIX century miners were compared to badgers as in winter they had to live in dens because of the cold weather.
One can purchase a football with a picture of a badger on it by going to the University of Wisconsin. They're football team is the University of Wisconsin Badgers.
The first year the Badgers played football was 1889. They played two games that season and lost both.
Once ... November 3, 1928 in Madison .... Wisconsin won 15-0.
The Wisconsin Badgers (collage football) are red and white The Green Bay Packers (profesional football) are green and gold The Milwaukee Brewers (profesional baseball) are blue and gold
The people who live in Wisconsin are called badgers because Wisconsin is the badger state.
The official colors of the Wisconsin Badgers are cardinal and white.
Twice ... in 1912 and the 2007 Capital One Bowl. Wisconsin won both games.
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John Jardine. Jardine was head coach of the Badgers between 1970-1977 and compiled a 37-47-3 record.
Nebraska. However, Wisconsin fielded a football team a year earlier than Nebraska, in 1889.
The Wisconsin coach from 1978 thru 1985 was Dave McClain. He went 46-42-3.
The Badgers have 8 seniors that are on the starting roster and if they could lose two Juniors: J.J. Watt, and The GREAT John Clay.
As of the 2008 season, Wisconsin's all time record is 597-456-53.
wisconsin badgers scoring 121 against michigian in 1954
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The Camp Randall Stadium is the Wisconsin Badgers football team home stadium. It was completed in the year 1917. The address to the stadium is 1440 Monroe Street, Madison, Wisconsin.
Barry Alvarez has: Played Himself - Wisconsin Badgers Head Coach in "1994 Rose Bowl" in 1994. Played Himself - Wisconsin Badgers Head Coach in "1995 Hall of Fame Bowl" in 1995. Played Himself - Wisconsin Badgers Head Coach in "1996 Copper Bowl" in 1996. Played Himself - Wisconsin Badgers Head Coach in "2000 Rose Bowl" in 2000. Played Himself - Wisconsin Badgers Head Coach in "2002 MasterCard Alamo Bowl" in 2002. Played himself in "Entourage"… Read More
Wisconsin regiments trained in Camp Randall, in Madison, WI. It later served as a POW camp for captured Confederates. The football stadium the Wisconsin Badgers use is called Camp Randall Stadium to this day.
As of the 2008 season, Wisconsin trails the all time series against Minnesota 50-59-8.
Of course not. Wisconsin is cause The Badger State because there are no badgers whatsoever in the state.yes there are , the 1st person who answered was wrong , then why would it be called the badger state then ?
The Wisconsin Badgers is a college men's hockey team from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The cast of 2000 Rose Bowl - 2000 includes: Barry Alvarez as Himself - Wisconsin Badgers Head Coach Mike Biselli as Himself - Wisconsin Badgers Kicker Brooks Bollinger as Himself - Wisconsin Badgers Quarterback Ron Dayne as Himself - Wisconsin Badgers Running Back Ty Willingham as Himself - Stanford Cardinal Head Coach
An American Badger
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You answered your own question.
Has the Green Bay Packers won the Super Bowl and the Wisconsin Badgers won the Rose Bowl in the same year?
This has yet to happen. Badgers Football won the Rose bowl in 1999 and 2000. The Green Bay Packers won the Superbowl in 1967, 1968, and 1997.
The Oregon Ducks have won a Total of 0 BCS championships. But have won 3 BCS bowl games. defeating the Colorado Buffaloes in the 2002 Fiesta Bowl Wisconsin Badgers in the 2012 Rose Bowl Kansas State Wildcats in the 2013 Fiesta Bowl.
If Wisconsin defeats Michigan on November 20, 2010 it will be the first time that the Badgers have defeated both Michigan and Ohio State in a single season since 1981.
You've Got--- - 2010 You've Got--- The Wisconsin Badgers was released on: USA: 29 December 2010
The cast of 1994 Rose Bowl - 1994 includes: Barry Alvarez as Himself - Wisconsin Badgers Head Coach Brad Childress as Himself - Wisconsin Badgers Quarterbacks Coach Bob Griese as Himself - Color Commentator Brent Moss as Himself - Wisconsin Badgers Running Back
The Wisonsin Badgers played in the 2010 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament.
The TCU Horned Frogs beat the Wisconsin Badgers 21-19 on 1/1/11
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The cast of 2009 Champs Sports Bowl - 2009 includes: Montee Ball as Himself - Wisconsin Badgers Running Back Travis Benjamin as Himself - Miami Hurricanes Wide Receiver Damien Berry as Himself - Miami Hurricanes Running Back Bret Bielema as Himself - Wisconsin Badgers Head Coach Todd Blackledge as Himself - Color Commentator Chris Borland as Himself - Wisconsin Badgers Linebacker Matt Bosher as Himself - Miami Hurricanes Kicker Niles Brinkley as Himself - Wisconsin… Read More
There are SO many badgers living in Wisconsin, so the government decided Wisconsin's nickname: The Badger State.