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After a 10-3 record in 2015, the Wisconsin Badgers are looking to build off of that and be nationally ranked in the top 10 and hopefully have a shot at the College Football Playoffs. 2015 was the first year for head coach Paul Chryst and the Badgers look to improve in 2016. The Badgers are in the competitive Big 10 Conference and will need to bring their best to improve on their record and have a shot at the national title.

The Wisconsin Badgers football program had its beginning in 1889 and was consistently a dominating team on the field. The Big 10 Conference was formed in 1896 and Wisconsin was the first ever Big 10 Champion. Over the next few years, Wisconsin won or shared that title multiple times and had a few undefeated seasons. The success continued until around 1912 and a few years past that, but the Badgers didn’t have a lot of winning seasons until the 1940’s. In 1942, the Badgers competed for a National Championship were defeated in the polls. The 1950’s were very good to the Badger program as national ranks, bowl games, Big 10 titles, and winning seasons became a regular thing for the Wisconsin Badgers. In the 1960’s, the Badgers had up and down years and couldn’t consistently come up with winning seasons. In the 1970’s, the Badgers saw a good span of winning seasons and bowl game appearances under head coach Dave McClain. Tragically, McClain passed due to cardiac arrest during a spring practice in 1986. The Badgers struggled after the death of McClain until 1990.

In 1990, head coach Barry Alvarez was hired by Wisconsin and he led the Badgers back to success. Alvarez would coach until 2005 and really bring the national spotlight back to Wisconsin. Over his career from 1990-2005, Alvarez went 118-73 with 11 bowl game appearances, 8 bowl game wins, 3 Big 10 Titles (1993, 1998, 1999), and 11 winning seasons. Alvarez resigned as head coach in 2005 to focus on being the athletic director for the university and Bret Bielema was hired in 2006. Bielema would continue the success for Wisconsin with 3 Big 10 Championships, 6 bowl game appearances, 2 bowl game wins, and never having a losing record. Bielema finished with a 68-24 record before he left to be the head coach at Arkansas. Head coach Gary Andersen was hired in 2013 to coach the Badgers but only coached until the end of the 2014 season. Andersen had a 19-7 record when he left to take the job at Oregon State University. Current head coach Phil Chryst had a solid start to his career in 2015 in his first year and went 10-3 and won the Holiday Bowl over the USC Trojans. The future looks bright for the Badgers and Chryst heading forward as they compete in the tough Big 10 Conference.

The Wisconsin Badgers have always had great players on their squad that have helped them stay competitive in the Big 10 Conference. The Badgers have had 2 Heisman Trophy winners in the school’s history being: Alan Ameche (1954) and Ron Dayne (1999). Other great Badger players include: Russell Wilson, Joe Thomas, JJ Watt, Melvin Gordon, Montee Ball, Lee Evans, Jim Leonhard, Nick Toon, and many more players that have suited up for the Badgers.

The Badgers are in a great spot to make a run at the Big 10 Conference and could be in the run for a top 10 ranking. The Big 10 is one of the toughest conference in all of college football but the Badgers believe that they can beat the best the country has to offer. With a solid start for Phil Chryst’s career with the Badgers, Wisconsin will look to build on that and be one of the best teams in the nation in 2016.


Camp Randall Stadium where the Wisconsin Badgers host their home games is one of the great football sites in the nation. Badger fans go wild for game day and it’s a sea of red for every home game that the Badgers have. These energetic college football atmospheres are a one of a kind experience and can be hard to come by if you with tickets being so expensive. Check out the great offerings on Rukkus for Wisconsin Badgers Football tickets today!

Wisconsin Badgers Football Lineup

  • A.J. Jordan
  • Joel Stave
  • Kenzel Doe
  • Devin Gaulden
  • Darius Hillary
  • Tanner McEvoy
  • Corey Clement
  • Alec James
  • Michael Caputo
  • D.J. Gillins
  • Sojourn Shelton
  • Jordan Fredrick
  • Rafael Gaglianone
  • Krenwick Sanders
  • Jazz Peavy
  • T.J. Reynard
  • Thad Armstrong
  • Natrell Jamerson
  • Evan Bondoc
  • Bart Houston
  • Serge Trezy
  • D'Cota Dixon
  • Connor Senger
  • Robert Wheelwright
  • Reggie Love
  • Sherard Cadogan
  • George Rushing
  • Lance Baretz
  • Ryan Connelly
  • Leo Musso
  • Austin Ramesh
  • Peniel Jean
  • Mark Saari
  • Chasen Andersen
  • Caleb Kinlaw
  • Dare Ogunbowale
  • Daniel Supernaw
  • Keelon Brookins
  • John Damrow
  • Melvin Gordon
  • Derrick Tindal
  • Derek Straus
  • Austin Hudson
  • Vonte Jackson
  • Taiwan Deal
  • Terrance Floyd
  • Derek Landisch
  • Connor Cummins
  • Lubern Figaro
  • Leon Jacobs
  • Chikwe Obasih
  • Derek Watt
  • Joe Ferguson
  • D.J. Spurling
  • Andrew Endicott
  • Zander Neuville
  • P.J. Rosowski
  • Brady Kelliher
  • Jesse Hayes
  • T.J. Watt
  • Peter Roy
  • Michael Trotter
  • Eric Steffes
  • Warren Herring
  • Matt Austin
  • Austin Traylor
  • Vince Biegel
  • Jack Cichy
  • Troy Fumagalli
  • Sam Arneson
  • Justin Schweitzer
  • Josh Harrison
  • Ash Fonjungo
  • Jacob Maxwell
  • Carl Miller
  • T.J. Edwards
  • Kyle Costigan
  • Trent Denlinger
  • Garret Dooley
  • Ben Fischer
  • James McGuire
  • Ben Ruechel
  • George Panos
  • Joe Schobert
  • Marcus Trotter
  • Connor Udelhoven
  • Tyler Marz
  • Walker Williams
  • Michael Deiter
  • Brett Connors
  • Beau Benzschawel
  • Jaden Gault
  • Aidan McNamara
  • Dan Voltz
  • Ray Ball
  • Ben Hemer
  • Dallas Lewallen
  • Hayden Biegel
  • Micah Kapoi
  • Logan Schmidt
  • Rob Havenstein
  • Nicolas Holicek
  • Jake Stengel
  • Austin Maly
  • Alex Erickson
  • Sam Eckert
  • Drew Meyer
  • Konrad Zagzebski
  • Jeremy Patterson
  • Jake Keefer
  • Conor Sheehy
  • Arthur Goldberg
  • Billy Hirschfeld
  • Jack Russell
  • James Adeyanju

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Wisconsin Badgers Football Ticket Prices


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Cheap Wisconsin Badgers Football Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 North Dakota Fighting Sioux at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 11/17/2015
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$2.00 Exhibition: Wisconsin River Falls Falcons at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 11/04/2015
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$3.00 Temple Owls at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 12/05/2015
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$3.00 Texas A&M Corpus Christi Islanders at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 12/15/2015
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$3.00 Wisconsin Green Bay Phoenix at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 11/19/2014
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$3.00 Nebraska Cornhuskers at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 02/10/2016
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$3.00 Boise State Broncos at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 11/22/2014
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$3.00 Siena Saints at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 11/15/2015
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$3.00 Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panthers at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 12/09/2015
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$3.00 Prairie View A&M Panthers at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 11/25/2015
Kohl Center; Madison, WI

Best and Most Expensive Wisconsin Badgers Football Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$281.00Michigan Wolverines at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 02/28/2016
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$153.00Wisconsin Badgers at Maryland Terrapins Basketball — 02/13/2016
Xfinity Center; College Park, MD
$149.00Wisconsin Badgers at Minnesota Golden Gophers Basketball — 03/02/2016
Williams Arena; Minneapolis, MN
$146.00Ohio State Buckeyes at Wisconsin Badgers Football — 10/15/2016
Camp Randall Stadium; Madison, WI
$144.00Cotton Bowl - Western Michigan Broncos vs Wisconsin Badgers — 01/02/2017
AT&T Stadium; Arlington, TX
$140.00Duke Blue Devils at Wisconsin Badgers Basketball — 12/03/2014
Kohl Center; Madison, WI
$136.00Wisconsin Badgers at Minnesota Golden Gophers Football — 11/25/2017
TCF Bank Stadium; Minneapolis, MN
$134.00Wisconsin Badgers at Michigan Wolverines Football — 10/01/2016
Michigan Stadium; Ann Arbor, MI
$123.00Wisconsin Badgers at Ohio State Buckeyes Womens Basketball — 02/04/2016
Value City Arena (Schottenstein Center); Columbus, OH
$121.00National University Holiday Bowl: USC Trojans vs. Wisconsin Badgers — 12/30/2015
Qualcomm Stadium; San Diego, CA