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August 22, 2008

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    Cover - Sports Illustrated August 22, 2008

August 22, 2008 | James P. Herre
When you're born, bred and besotted with the Badgers, Saturdays mean just one thing

August 22, 2008 | Adam Duerson
For more than a century of Saturdays, Wisconsinites have known the palpable joy and the sweet sadness that come with loving their Badgers; here are 20 moments to remember

August 22, 2008 | David Sabino
How can two of the friendliest states in the union get so riled up over a football game?

August 22, 2008
From Crazylegs to the Horse to a bull named Dayne, some of college football's most memorable players have carried the ball—while others have blocked and passed and tackled—in the Badgers' Cardinal...

August 22, 2008
Sports Illustrated PRESENTS

August 22, 2008 | Andrew Lawrence
College star, pioneering pro, tireless AD: Elroy (Crazylegs) Hirsch left his unique footprint on the game

August 22, 2008 | Booton Herndon
With power, speed and heart, Alan Ameche carried Wisconsin football into the big time

August 22, 2008 | Tim Layden
Rumbling Ron Dayne broke the career rushing record and ran away with the Heisman Trophy

August 22, 2008
THE ARTIFACTS PRESENTED ON THESE PAGES, ALL ON display at UW's football office, make clear just how much has changed over the years. Today, Cheeseheads are protected from errant—and...

August 22, 2008 | Adam Duerson
Of all the heroes who took the field for Wisconsin, here's a roster for the ages

August 22, 2008
No stadium in college football can top the raucous game-day experience—or home field advantage—of Camp Randall

August 22, 2008 | Adam Duerson
The Cardinal and White have the talent—and pain of experience—to vie for the Big Ten title

August 22, 2008 | Adam Duerson
After a season cut short by injury, the Badgers' dynamic ballcarrier is healthy and ready to roll

August 22, 2008 | Adam Duerson
When returning Badgers started going down in bunches during the off-season, Wisconsin put an emphasis on off-the-field preparation. Everyone—right down to the last reserve—has had to buck up

August 22, 2008 | Mark Beech
How a blue-collar guy from a Pennsylvania steel town awakened the sleeping giant of Wisconsin football

August 22, 2008
Running and throwing, catching and kicking, tackling and coaching: telling numbers about the Badgers' best

August 22, 2008 | Jim Sorgi
HE'S BEST KNOWN FOR BEING PEYTON MANNING'S BACKUP ON THE INDIANAPOLIS COLTS, BUT QUARTERBACK JIM SORGI HAD A MEMORABLE CAREER ON THE SHORES OF LAKE MENDOTA. PLAYING BEHIND BROOKS BOLLINGER FROM...