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The future schedules for Badgers football is really taking shape quickly and today the Big Ten helped create some more certainty, announcing the 2018 and 2019 conference schedules for all teams.
Wisconsin got a hell of a slate in the first lineup of games in the nine game conference slates of 2016 and 2017, and that won't change much the next two years either.
In 2018, the Badgers get cross-division matchups with Michigan, Rutgers and Penn State and will see a less-than-stellar home slate of Nebraska, Illinois, Rutgers and Minnesota.
What makes 2018 so interesting and difficult though, is an opening stretch of at Iowa, vs. Nebraska and at Michigan.
The Badgers will face road trips in three of the final five games, with byes coming the week after the Iowa game and the week before the Minnesota game to end the season.
Here is the full 2018 schedule:
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Kickoff on Saturday is set for 7 p.m. CT, but we'll start up around 6:30 p.m.
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