Posted December 30, 2012 on
From losing an offensive line coach in week two to seeing a head coach depart after the season, Wisconsin and its offensive line have had every reason to quit. Thanks in part to junior captain Travis Frederick, they are playing some of their best football at the most important time.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
(Center Travis Frederick gives ceremonial first pour at the Lawry's Beef Bowl)
Wisconsin made it 6-1 in their trips to the Rose Bowl.... Wait, that's not right... Ah, but it is. See, they made it 6-1 in the annual Lawry's Beef Bowl, an unofficial eating contest that takes place the week of the Rose Bowl each year since 1956. Bucky bested Stanford in a close battle...
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. They came. They ate. They conquered. Again.
For the second consecutive year, Wisconsin's football team devoured its opponent not literally, thankfully on Friday night at the Lawry's Beef Bowl, an annual tradition between the two teams competing in the Rose Bowl. Much like years past, the carnivore carnage was colossal.
According to official scorers...
With less than 72 hours before the 99th Rose Bowl, Wisconsin seniors Montee Ball, Curt Phillips and Mike Taylor and juniors Chris Borland and Travis Frederick address the challenged they will face from No.8 Stanford in Pasadena Tuesday.