2 min. standup clip from Rob Brackenridge
Have you ridden one of these old-school classic “Toboggan” roller coasters? They are just insane!
Wisconsin’s “Jump Around” carries a little more weight November 15, 2014, as the tradition, which takes place between the third and fourth quarter of each Wisconsin Badgers football home game at Camp Randall Stadium, happens immediately after a Melvin Gordon 26-yard touchdown run that set a new FBS record 408 yard performance. Gordon achieved the feat on 25 carries, scoring 4 touchdowns along the way. Wisconsin alumnus and current Houston Texan star JJ Watt introduces Jump Around, and following the tradition, Melvin Gordon is singled out for his record breaking performance.
Elvis’ final tour. 24th June 1977, Dane County Coliseum, Madison, Wisconsin. This is restored fan footage from The Final Curtain boxed set. At the beginning there is a short piece about Elvis breaking up a fight at a service station on his way to the accommodation when he arrived in Madison
Had to make a video since finding complete Duke highlight was hard to find. No Talking, just highlights!!!
Wisconsin vs. Florida turned out to be an instant classic with both teams hitting clutch shots down the stretch.
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The last possessions of the Final Four game between the Kentucky Wildcats and the Wisconsin Badgers. This includes the foul on the 3-pointer, Aaron Harrison’s game-winner, and Traevon Jackson’s missed shot at the buzzer.
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