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Today's Rose Bowl:Wisconsin v. Stanford

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For those of ye attending the Rose Bowl today:

Gotta hand it to the loyal fans from Wisconsin.

When we drove up for the 2000 Rose Bowl (also Wisconsin v. Stanford) - all game - one side of the stadium would yell - Ron - and then the other side would answer - Dayne.

Yes, Wisconsin's great running back carried the ball a lot that day - even though an overmatched Stanford stayed in the game.

Hey - maybe there is something to this article - praising ole coach Barry Alvarez for being lucky.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324274404578211612240228242.html?mod=googlenews_wsj#articleTabs=article

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