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Badger Bits: Is the Camp Randall Stadium experience in decline?

With the rise of high-definition televisions and relatively easy home schedules on the horizon, Paul Fanlund of the Wisconsin State Journal believes Camp Randall's best days may be in its past.

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Jonathan Daniel

About a month ago I wrote how the Badgers' relatively easy schedule -- particularly at home -- this upcoming season unfortunately leaves us with no night games at Camp Randall. I thought back to that article again today after reading a piece by Paul Fanlund of the Wisconsin State Journal which questioned if Camp Randall's best days are in its past. It's a disheartening thought that I hope and don't necessarily believe will come to fruition, but nevertheless, Fanlund provides some interesting points which expound greatly on just my concern of a less intriguing home slate of games.

As I round the final turn as a UW-Madison student, I hope for the sake of those following in my footsteps that they'll have the opportunity to experience the magic of Camp Randall as I did during the Ohio State game of 2010 and Nebraska game in 2011.


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