Orange Bowl Bound

Badgers will face Miami in the Orange Bowl on  Game time is 7:00 CST in Miami on Dec. 30.   

Also Ohio $tate vs. U$C in the Cotton Bowl on Dec. 29.

Penn State  vs. Washington in the Fiesta Bowl 

Auburn vs. UCF in the Peach Bowl Jan. 1. 

Wisconsin Badgers, 13 Time Consecutive Winner of Paul Bunyon's Axe

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ammo posted:

Badgers will face Miami in the Orange Bowl on  Game time is 7:00 CST in Miami on Dec. 30.   

Also Ohio $tate vs. U$C in the Cotton Bowl on Dec. 29.

Penn State  vs. Washington in the Fiesta Bowl 

Auburn vs. UCF in the Peach Bowl Jan. 1. 

That's a great matchup for UW I think.  Playing in Miami ain't for **** though.

ammo posted:

It's a home game for Miami but you will see a lot of red in the stands.  Jump Around anyone? 

While this match up and venue is better the Badgers if I recall correctly had a hard time selling tickets to last years bowl game.   Lots of Badger fans in South Florida, but it may be that traveling to meaningless bowl games may be over.  After all these years of playing in bowls I fear a lot of fans are jaded.

 

 

Since this is Wisconsin's 1st appearance in the Orange Bowl I expect a good crowd that get to go to a new venue for them.   

It should be a good defensive match up too.  Hopefully Jonathan Taylor can show a national audience how good he can be and that good Hornibrook shows more often that bad Hornibrook. 

Also a good chance for PC and staff to recruit in south Florida. 

ONWISCONSIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Pakrz posted:
Hungry5 posted:

I would love to see UCF beat Auburn.

That's should be a monstrous beatdown that will remind everybody why the little guys will never get into the playoffs. 

There's no way an AAC team could possibly compete with an SEC school

Just like WAC teams have no business on the same field with one of the most storied programs of all time...

Or how Mountain West teams shouldn't even show up vs the greatest NCAA coach and program of all time. 

Or how Mountain West teams would get exposed as frauds vs the Big Ten.

 

Pikes Peak posted:

So, are you taking UCF?

Really wasn't that I was or wasn't picking UCF. Just thought that UCF is a pretty damn talented team that is very well coached and has the speed to play with anyone. Add in that teams like Auburn that end up playing a Group of 5 team like this are usually pissed off they didn't make the championship/playoffs and end up a bit disinterested, and I just thought to say they'd get housed was a bit much.

Auburn may come back and win, but UCF has shown itself very well and I think at least this year, this team could compete with anyone in the F4. Win? Not sure, but compete, yes. 

I also would say that teams like FAU, USF, UCF, and even FIU are all programs that with some commitment and making the right hires can become the next Boise State/TCU. With so much damn talent in the state, they can take the scraps that FSU/Florida/Miami don't take and still be more talented than a lot of teams.  

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