The Wisconsin Badgers conclude their 2016 spring schedule on Saturday afternoon with the annual spring game at Camp Randall Stadium. The festivities start at 12 p.m. CT, with some position and competition drills to start and an hour-plus scrimmage to conclude per head coach Paul Chryst on Thursday.
Fans can purchase tickets at $5 a person, with proceeds benefiting the UW-Madison's Department of Diversity, Equity and Educational Achievement. Before the game, families can meet members of the UW football, and both men's and women's basketball and hockey squads at the Badgers Sports Kids Fair from 10-Noon inside the McClain Center.
Paul Chryst says the #Badgers will do about an hour and 15 minutes of scrimmaging on Saturday, plus individual position work.— John Veldhuis (@JohnVeldhuis) April 21, 2016
Depth issues will prevent them from dividing the team into Red/White, so it’ll just be 1s vs. 2s. Basically a normal practice. #Badgers— John Veldhuis (@JohnVeldhuis) April 21, 2016
Paul Chryst has two goals for Saturday's spring game: stay healthy and make it look like real football— Benjamin Worgull (@TheBadgerNation) April 21, 2016
Former Badgers Jared Abbrederis and Joe Schobert will act as guest coaches for the Spring Game Saturday— Benjamin Worgull (@TheBadgerNation) April 21, 2016
#Badgers Chryst on what he hopes to see Saturday: that no one gets hurt and it looks like football.— Jeff Potrykus (@jaypo1961) April 21, 2016
Wisconsin Badgers spring game | Saturday, Apr. 23 | Noon CT | Camp Randall Stadium, Madison, Wis.
TV: Big Ten Network (Jay Wilson, Scott Nelson, and Kevin Lewis on the call)
Live stream: BTN2Go
Radio: Badger Sports Network (local: BadgerSportsNetwork.com, iHeartRadio app)