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Looking back at the Camp Randall Classic

I've always been a fan of outdoor hockey events, and this came true for the Wisconsin hockey program in 2010 when the men and women played at Camp Randall Stadium.

'America's greatest college sports town'

Now this is prime Friday Video of the Day material. Enjoy the weekend, friends.

Vintage 1963 Rose Bowl highlights

Throwin' it waaaaaay back: No. 1 vs. No. 2. The stage was set for the 1963 Rose Bowl in which Wisconsin faced top-ranked USC. This was, even today, one of the most memorable Rose Bowls to date.

VOD: Bo Ryan's son discusses Final Four run

Warranted or not, Bo Ryan's vacant Final Four appearances were weighing on his legacy. his son, Matt, who is the Director of Basketball Operations at the University of Illinois-Chicago with Howard Moore, had some interesting remarks prior to the run.

2005 blocked punt vs. Minnesota

"Who's got it? ... Touchdown, Badgers!" It doesn't get any better than beating your rival on a special teams touchdown, and Barry Alvarez's team did just that in 2005, securing a 38-34 victory against Minnesota.

J.J. Watt looks back on Pewaukee, UW days

After a successful recruiting weekend for Wisconsin, let's look back to the high school days of one of the Badgers' top recent products.

Anders Holm's 2013 commencement speech

If I could be anyone in life, it'd be Anders Holm, a 2003 UW-Madison graduate who gave a boss commencement speech in 2013.

Louis Nzegwu's fumble return

The 2012 Rose Bowl didn't pan out in favor of the Badgers, but Louis Nzegwu's fumble return felt like a momentus turn at the time.

Devin Harris takes down Illinois

Let's re-live Devin Harris' game-winning free throw against Illinois to clinch the 2003 Big Ten title.

Jim Irwin's best calls

When you combine Matthews' half-court heave against Magic Johnson's Michigan State Spartans (the year Sparty won the National Championship in 1979) with the voice of former announcer Jim Irwin, you get utter magic, and chills down your spine.

This is a baller UW-Madison highlight reel

"We build our program on four basic principles: love, trust [...] commitment and belief." Have yourselves a great Monday, readers.

Brandon Williams highlights

Wide receiver Brandon Williams wasn't too shabby for the red and white. The third-round selection by the San Francisco 49ers in 2006 amassed almost 3,000 receiving yards to go along with 10 touchdowns.

Chris Chelios drops the puck

2013 Hockey Hall of Fame inductee Chris Chelios starred at Wisconsin for two seasons and was an integral part of the Badgers' 1983 NCAA championship title, earning all-tournaments honors along the way. Chelios wound up spending 26 seasons in the NHL.

Scott Starks' fumble recovery

"What a turnaround!" 2004 wasn't any sort of notable season -- Wisconsin lost to David Pollack's Georgia Bulldogs in the Outback Bowl, 24-21 -- but, boy, the scoop and score by Scott Starks will always be remembered. Poor Kyle Orton.

Ron Dayne makes history

It's never a bad day when you can showcase what Ron Dayne brought to the Wisconsin football program and university in general. The New Jersey native still sits atop of the NCAA's rushing yards leaderboard.

Alando Tucker tribute

We've had a few occasions recently to mention UW great Alando Tucker, but this highlight reel gets VOD treatment for the music alone.

Welcome to the Big Ten, Nebraska

Back in 2011, Wisconsin welcomed Nebraska to the Big Ten. Actually, let's put "welcomed" between quotes.


Jeff Duckworth only seemed to make big plays when he saw action. Jumping up and down, screaming at the television, pouring beer all over yourself and others -- whatever you did when Russell Wilson connected with Duckworth in the 2011 Big Ten Champion

Lee Evans takes down Ohio State

Happy Wednesday, ladies and gentlemen. Headlined by the Matt Schabert-Lee Evans TD connection with under five minutes remaining, Barry Alvarez's squad knocked off then-No.6 Ohio State, 17-10, ending the Buckeyes' 19-game win streak in 2003.

Badger Bounce Pass

The day after Memorial Day means back to work, but your Tuesday just got a whole lot better because of Al Toon. The former New York Jets wide receiver and Randy Wright, who was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in 1984, executed a picture-perfect boun