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The Wisconsin Badgers have represented the Big 10 Conference in multiple Rose Bowls and have made quite a mark on the "Grandaddy of Bowl Games" played annually in Pasadena.

Wisconsin Badgers Rose Bowl History

With the six Rose Bowl appearances earned by the University of Wisconsin, the Badgers football program is a leader among Big 10 Conference schools in representing the league in Pasadena!

1953 Rose Bowl: Although the Badgers rolled into Pasadena with a 6-2-1 record, Coach Ivy Williamson's squad still held a No. 10 ranking in the coach's poll following the 1952 season. Although Wisconsin running back/linebacker Alan Ameche, finished the game with 133 rushing yards on 28 carries, the Badgers fell to 4th ranked USC 7-0.

1994 Rose Bowl: The 7th ranked (coach's poll) Badgers arrived in Pasadena with a 9-1-1 record. Barry Alvarez's squad defeated the 13th ranked UCLA Bruins 21-16. The victory marked the Badgers first Rose Bowl win as RB Brent Moss gained the game's MVP honors.

1999 Rose Bowl: The 8th ranked (Coach's poll) Badgers faced the 5th ranked UCLA Bruins following the 1998 regular season. Head Coach Barry Alvarez's squad won a 38-31 slugfest as UW RB Ron Dayne captured MVP honors after scoring 4 TD's.

2000 Rose Bowl: For the second year in a row, Wisconsin earned a Rose Bowl win while its highly decorated RB Ron Dayne won MVP honors. The 9-2 and 4th ranked Badgers defeated Stanford 17-9 as Head Coach Barry Alvarez notched this third victory in Pasadena.

2011 Rose Bowl: Head Coach Bret Bielema guided the 11-1 4th ranked Badgers against 3rd ranked TCU. Wisconsin missed a 2-point conversion with two minutes left in the game that would have tied the contest. Instead the Badgers fell 21-19.

2012 Rose Bowl: A return trip to Pasadena highlighted the 2011 season. With Head Coach Brett Bielema leaving the program to coach at Arkansas, Athletic Director Barry Alvarez returned to the Badgers sidelines. However, Wisconsin fell short again as the 8th ranked Badgers lost to 5th ranked Oregon 38-45.

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