Wisconsin Badgers Football Tickets are on sale now! The Wisconsin Badgers are always a threat in the Big Ten, and this season should be no different. Be there live at Camp Randall Stadium to see all the action as Wisconsin takes on Michigan, Ohio State, Illinois and all its conference foes. Don’t forget to stay for the “Fifth Quarter”—win or lose, the Wisconsin Band performs for the fans, playing all the school’s favorites including “On Wisconsin” and “The Bug Song.” Sing, dance and cheer along! Follow your Wisconsin Badgers and let Razorgator be your connection to the best tickets.
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Wisconsin Badgers Football 2015 News and Updates
9/18/14 - The Wisconsin Badgers are heading into Week 4 of College Football play fresh off a much-needed bye. The Badgers stumbled off the starting block, with a 28-24 season-opening loss to LSU, but bounced back with a promising 37-3 victory over Western Illinois. Head coach Gary Anderson is assured that this early season adversity will pay off, while other contenders are eating up their cupcake September schedules. This young team is refreshed after their well-received bye week, and head into this Saturday’s matchup against Bowling Green with optimism.
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7/30/14 – In precisely 30 days, your Wisconsin Badgers will hit the gridiron to get the 2014 season started in what ESPN deems the second-best nonconference game of the year. In the Big Ten, the top nonconference bout is the Michigan State-Oregon bout, followed by the Aug. 30 Wisconsin Badgers vs. LSU Tigers game. The match will present some of the most heart-pumping running attacks of the year, with Badgers junior Melvin Gordon going toe-to-toe against Tigers’ touted freshman Leonard Fournette. Score Wisconsin Badgers tickets and see them take on this SEC titan to start the season; pay $60 to get into this marquee matchup.
7/9/14 – There’s only two months left until the 2014 regular season starts, and the Wisconsin Badgers have a thrilling matchup on the Week 1 horizon. On Aug 30, the big bad Badgers will square off against the LSU Tigers at NRG Stadium. Wisconsin may have won 16 consecutive season openers, but the team lost both of their previous games against LSU. Can the Badgers extinguish LSU’s insane 45-game win streak against nonconference opponents? With Wisconsin racking up a 34-2 nonconference record, their chances aren't looking too shabby at all. Considering both squads averaged over 200 rushing yards per game last year, LSU vs. Wisconsin tickets are sure to go fast. Get your seats to the highlight game of Week 1! Lock down Wisconsin Badgers tickets for a minimum of $73 over in Houston, TX and experience a thrilling season opener.
6/20/14 – It may be early in preseason but, so far, it certainly looks like the Wisconsin Badgers will lock in a top 20 class. Right now, with a total of 15 players to commit, including 4-stars Kyle Penniston and Austin Kafentzis, more high-caliber talent is sure to come by the time fall rolls around. As far as returners, despite losing Montee Ball and James White in consecutive years, the Badgers are covered at running back. Melvin Gordon has 3,238 career yards and 8.1 yards per carry despite being a secondary option; he was recently named the Badgers most important player and is arguably the top running back in the 2015 Draft. See him set the field ablaze with Wisconsin Badgers tickets!
5/28/14 – How much are Wisconsin Badgers tickets for a football game at Camp Randall Stadium in 2014? The average price is $90, but you’ll pay more to watch the Badgers in their last four home games: vs. the Illinois Fighting Illini (avg. $93), homecoming weekend against the Maryland Terrapins (avg. $107), in the most expensive game of the year vs. the Nebraska Cornhuskers (avg. $144), and the seniors’ finale against the Minnesota Golden Gophers (avg. $97). Get out and watch one of the best running backs in college football in Melvin Gordon and cheer on the Badgers; not much else can beat a Saturday in Madison at Camp Randall Stadium!
5/9/14 - If you’re looking for insights on how a team might do in the upcoming season based on their spring scrimmage, the Wisconsin Badgers should have a good kicking game. The only scoring in the Badgers’s Cardinal and White Game was the pair of field goals kicked by Jack Russell for the Cardinal to wrap up drives in the third quarter. Quarterback Tanner McEvoy completed four passes for 55 yards, and Austin Ramesh rushed for 71 yards in two quarters of action. Wisconsin will have a stern test in their season opener in late August when they take on Southeastern Conference powerhouse LSU in the AdvoCare Texas Kickoff in Houston.
2/7/14 - The Wisconsin Badgers went 9-4 (6-2 Big Ten) under first-year coach Gary Anderson. The Badgers came close but failed to take the Big Ten Leaders title, earning a ticket to the Capital One Bowl instead, where they lost to South Carolina. Looking to improve upon their #21 ranking, aside from banking four 4-stars (including QB DH Gillins), Gary Andersen and company were focused on bolstering the WR and OL positions, after seniors Chris Borland, Ryan Groy, Jared Abbrederis, Jacob Pedersen, Beau Allen and Dezmen Southward’s departure. Five incoming WRs, including 4-star Dareian Watkins, will reinforce Wisconsin’s already strong offense, now highlighted by RB Melvin Gordon (projected to be the NCAAAF’s leading rusher) with the leave of partner in crime, James White, to the NFL. The Badgers now boast Super Bowl XLVIII’s winning quarterback, Russell Wilson, see how that inspiration will play out for Wisconsin Badgers football this year!
11/20/13 – No. 19 Wisconsin currently sits in second place in the division, one game behind Leaders Ohio State. This season, they’ve outscored opponents 365-140 and their only two losses were determined by a touchdown or less. If you ask Badgers fans, they’d say they should only have one loss to their record after a botched call cost them the game against ASU. Sixth in the country in rushing, seventh in points allowed against them. They are No. 12 in the FBS in total offense and No. 6 in total defense, proving that they are a well-balanced squad. Wisconsin will make its 25th appearance in a postseason bowl game; but first they’ll close the regular season against a No. 25 Minnesota on the road and Penn State for Senior Day at Camp Randall Stadium. A win over the Gophers would give the Badgers their first against a ranked opponent this season and greatly help their chances for a BCS bid.
8/23/13 - The Wisconsin Badgers football team is coming off three straight Big Ten Conference titles and Rose Bowl berths. While the Badgers would like to get back to the Rose Bowl again this season, they prefer it’d be January 6 for the BCS National Championship game.
Wisconsin Badgers Football 2014 Season
The Wisconsin Badgers are always competitive in the Big Ten—but with the first year of College Football Playoffs on the line, the three-team race up at the top the West will be more perilous than ever. In 2014, the Badgers will have to recover from the departures of impact-players on their front seven defense, which include the likes of Big Ten defensive player of the year Chris Borland and two All-Big Ten honorable mentions (Beau Allen, Pat Muldoon). On offense, the wide receiver position is question mark since the departure of Jared Abbrederis, which has made head coach Gary Andersen even more inclined to lean on RB Melvin Gordon, stating, "No question there's a temptation to run him every time.”
Last year, the powerhouse program scored a 9-4 record on the season, and 6-2 in their conference. With realignment in their division, Wisconsin should face weaker competition considering Ohio State and Penn State are kaput. The Badgers can now focus on their first year of competition with newbies Nebraska (get-in for $78 on 11/15) and Iowa (get-in for $74 on 11/22). Even though the Badgers drew a favorable schedule, the question on everyone’s mind is still: who will be starting quarterback? Score Badgers Football tickets now to see whether incumbent Joel Stave or multi-faceted Tanner McEvoy debuts on Aug. 30 against LSU. Is this squad due for something B1G
in the inaugural College Football Playoffs? Don’t miss out on their road to glory with Wisconsin Badgers tickets today!
The biggest test for Wisconsin will come on the road against Big Ten foe Ohio State Buckeyes. This marquee matchup has been a nail biter the last two years. Ohio State has the longest active win streak in the Country; last year the Wisconsin Badgers came so close to breaking that streak. The Buckeyes pulled out a 21-14 win in OT. New coach Gary Anderson can certainly make his mark with a win over Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes in Columbus. The Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Wisconsin Badgers matchup is the most expensive game at Ohio Stadium in 2013, averaging $342.
Despite the fact that the Badgers will play both Big Ten rivalry games on the road this year, Wisconsin has fallen out of the Top 10 College Football road teams. Iowa Hawkeyes vs. Wisconsin Badgers tickets start at $94; you can get in the gate for half that price in Minneapolis where Minnesota Golden Gophers vs. Wisconsin Badgers tickets start at $48.
Wisconsin Badgers football tickets at Camp Randall Stadium average $89. The Badgers rank #23 in the USA Today preseason Coaches’ Poll, but hold just the 42nd priciest College Football tickets. For Wisconsin fans that is one of the best deals in NCAA Football. The most expensive game in Madison this season is against the Northwestern Wildcats Football team (avg. $137); aside from the Buckeyes, the Wildcats are the only other currently ranked football team on the Wisconsin Badgers football schedule.