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  • Wisconsin Badgers

    4 17.39%
  • Stanford Cardinal

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    The Rose Bowl presented by Vizio: Wisconsin Badgers vs. #6 Stanford Cardinal



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    Location: Rose Bowl
    Thursday, January 1, 2013 at 5:00 PM ET
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    Players To Watch


    Quarterback

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    Joel Stave, QB #2 - 1104 Yards / 6 TD 3 INT / 59.2 CMP% / 149.6 QB Rating
    Kevin Hogan, QB #8 - 973 Yards / 9 TD 3 INT / 72.9 CMP% / 152.2 QB Rating

    Running Back

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    Montee Ball, RB #28 - 1730 Yards / 332 Carries/ 5.2 YPC / 21 TD
    Stepfan Taylor, RB #33 - 1442 Yards / 302 Carries/ 4.8 YPC/ 12 TD

    Receiving Leader

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    Jared Abbrederis, WR #4 - 46 Catches / 793 Yards / 5 TD
    Zach Ertz, TE #86 - 66 Catches / 837 Yards / 6 TD


    Kicker

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    Kyle French, K #94 - 10 FGM / 16 FGA / 38 XPM / 40 XPA
    Jordan Williamson, K #19 - 15 FGM / 25 FGA / 43 XPM / 44 XPA


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    Mike Taylor LB #53 - 120
    Shayne Skov, LB #11 - 72


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    Brendan Kelly, DE #97 - 5.0
    Trent Murphy, OLB #93 - 10.0


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    Devin Smith, CB #10 - 4
    Ed Reynolds, FS #29 - 6


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    I think Stanford was already the better team to begin with and now that Wisconsin has to deal with all the distractions surrounding their coaching vacancy it's going to be even tougher. I think Wisconsin comes out inspired but Stanford ends up pulling away in the 2nd half.

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    Stanford is much more dangerous with Kevin Hogan under center than they were with Josh Nunes. I have a feeling that he will be the next Stanford QB taken early in the draft, and he's going to get a lot better. David Shaw made me look like a fool this season, and he's a much better coach than anyone thought he was.
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    Yeah, I love David Shaw. I wouldn't be surprised to see some NFL teams go after him.

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    I think Stanford should have this one.

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    Gonna be some serious collisions when Montee crosses that line.

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    If Stanford stops the run, the Badgers are done. Have to go to with Stanford on this one. Looks like the Rose Bowl won't be kind to Wisconsin again.

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    I'll be taking Stanford and the points

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    stanford............by a lot
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    I think you guys may be underestimating what Barry is going to bring to the table....but whatever...I believe Wisconsin is going to win this game by double digits

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    IMO, the Badgers are better than their record shows. Their 5 losses were by a total of 19 points, including that OT game vs Ohio State, then they just hung a cool 70 on Nebraska. Just tough to gauge how the players will react to the sudden coaching change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bravo95 View Post
    IMO, the Badgers are better than their record shows. Their 5 losses were by a total of 19 points, including that OT game vs Ohio State, then they just hung a cool 70 on Nebraska. Just tough to gauge how the players will react to the sudden coaching change.
    Agree that they are better than their record shows, but the problem is they are one dimesional team - just stop the run. The only common opponent both teams played was Oregon State.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wingman
    Agree that they are better than their record shows, but the problem is they are one dimesional team - just stop the run. The only common opponent both teams played was Oregon State.
    Stanford also has the 84th ranked pass defense. The undefeated Buckeyes also had a great run defense and terrible pass defense, and the Badgers almost beat them. Again, I still believe the coaching change is the biggest factor. If Alvarez keeps them focused, it's not a bad matchup for them.

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    I think it'll be close, but Stanford should be able to pull out a win.
    Nothing to see here, move along.

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    Wisconsin is good....but not that good.. It should be "close" but Stanford should take the win by at least 10

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