Prior to Wisconsin playing Nebraska in the Cornhuskers' 2011 inaugural Big Ten season, the teams met prior, facing off in September 1974 in Camp Randall Stadium. In front of a crowd of 73,000 people, the Badgers -- led by quarterback Gregg Bohlig -- outpassed No. 4 Nebraska, 242-47, and scored 14 fourth-quarter points to pull away, 21-20. Head coach John Jardine's squad finished with a 7-4 record. The victory over Nebraska, who went on to win the Sugar Bowl against Florida that same season, was UW's only one over a ranked opponent, as the Badgers lost to Ohio State, Michigan and Michigan State, all of whom were ranked at the end of the 1974 season.