Found December 27, 2012 on Madtown Badgers:
PLAYERS: Montee Ball
TEAMS: Wisconsin Badgers
Tonight was the final episode of Badgers Power Hour in 2012 and that means only two things.... Rose Bowl Preview and our 1st annual 2012 Year in Wisconsin Badgers Sports Awards!! What the hell are those you ask? Well, we give away awards for the following categories: - Play of 2012 - Individual Performance of 2012 - BPH Interview of the Year - Badger of the Year  In the first half of the show yours truly breaks down the Rose Bowl and gives a look at what one Montee Ball is saying ahead of the game... It's safe to say this team is focusing a lot more on the game itself than ever before... Let's just hope it pays off, right?  Listen to internet radio with Sports Intelligentsia on Blog Talk Radio Don't forget to download Stitcher Smart Radio so you can take our show and the rest of the Sports Intelligentsia Radio Network with you free from download.
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