Found December 30, 2012 on Football Nation:
The holiday season is a wonderful time in college football, as you watch multiple bowl games each day after Christmas.The contest between the Stanford Cardinal vs. the Wisconsin Badgers in the Rose Bowl should be a very close affair, with the outcome depending on which offense will wear the other’s defense out with their running attack.Here are five reasons why Stanford will beat Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl: 
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