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1994 Wisconsin Badgers football team

1994 Wisconsin Badgers football
Hall of Fame Bowl Champions
Hall of Fame Bowl, W 34–20 vs. Duke
Conference Big Ten Conference
1994 record 8–3–1 (5–2–1 Big Ten)
Head coach Barry Alvarez (5th year)
Offensive coordinator Brad Childress (3rd year)
Defensive coordinator Dan McCarney (5th year)
Home stadium Camp Randall Stadium
(Capacity: 77,745)
1994 Big Ten football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#2/2 Penn State 8 0 0     12 0 0
#14/9 Ohio State 6 2 0     9 4 0
Wisconsin 5 2 1     8 3 1
#12/12 Michigan 5 3 0     8 4 0
Illinois 4 4 0     7 5 0
Indiana 4 4 0     7 4 0
Iowa 3 4 1     5 5 1
Purdue 3 3 2     5 4 2
Northwestern 3 5 0     4 6 1
Minnesota 1 7 0     3 8 0
Michigan State 0 8 0     0 11 0
† – Conference champion

The 1994 Wisconsin Badgers football team represented the University of Wisconsin during the 1994 NCAA Division I-A football season. They were led by fifth year head coach Barry Alvarez and participated as members of the Big Ten Conference. The Badgers played their home games at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wisconsin.

Regular season

Schedule and results

Date Time Opponent# Rank# Site TV Result Attendance
September 10 1:00 PM Eastern Michigan* #10 Camp Randall StadiumMadison, WI W 56–0   77,745
September 17 8:45 PM at #7 Colorado* #10 Folsom FieldBoulder, CO ESPN L 17–55   53,457
September 24 11:30 AM #21 Indiana #16 Camp Randall Stadium • Madison, WI ESPN W 62–13   77,745
October 1 11:30 AM at Michigan State #15 Spartan StadiumEast Lansing, MI ESPN L 29-10   71,234
October 8 1:00 PM at Northwesterndagger #24 Dyche StadiumEvanston, IL W 46–14   46,437
October 15 1:00 PM Purdue #23 Camp Randall Stadium • Madison, WI T 27–27   77,745
October 22 1:00 PM Minnesotadagger Camp Randall Stadium • Madison, WI (Paul Bunyan's Axe) L 14–17   77,745
October 29 11:30 AM at #10 Michigan Michigan StadiumAnn Arbor, MI ESPN W 31–19   106,209
November 5 2:30 PM at Ohio State Ohio StadiumColumbus, OH ABC L 3–24   93,340
November 12 1:00 PM Cincinnati* Camp Randall Stadium • Madison, WI W 38–17   75,245
November 19 2:30 PM Illinois Camp Randall Stadium • Madison, WI ABC W 19–13   77,745
January 2 10:00 AM vs. #25 Duke* Tampa StadiumTampa, FL (Hall of Fame Bowl) ESPN W 34–20   61,384
*Non-conference game. daggerHomecoming. #Rankings from AP Poll. All times are in Central Time.

Wisconsin won consecutive postseason bowl games for the first time ever with a 34–20 win over Duke in the Hall of Fame Bowl.

Wisconsin's 31–19 win over Michigan in 1994 was the last time Wisconsin won in the confines of Michigan Stadium, until the 2010 Badgers defeated Michigan 48–28 in Ann Arbor.

Since winning the 1994 game, Minnesota has lost 8 consecutive games to Wisconsin in Camp Randall.

Regular starters

Team players selected in the 1995 NFL Draft

Player Position Round Overall Selection NFL Team
Cory Raymer Center 2 37 Washington Redskins
Terrell Fletcher Running Back 2 51 San Diego Chargers
Mike Verstegen Tackle 3 75 New Orleans Saints
Michael Roan Tight End 4 101 Houston Oilers
Mike Thompson Defensive Tackle 4 123 Jacksonville Jaguars
Lee DeRamus Wide Receiver 6 184 New Orleans Saints
Kenny Gales Cornerback 6 193 Chicago Bears
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References

  1. ^ http://www.pro-football-reference.com/draft/1995.htm
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