Badgers Game Day Intro: TV, Tickets, Parking & Everything Fans Need To Know As Wisconsin Hosts Michigan | College football



Badgers head coach Paul Chryst details his team’s turnovers, further involving Chimere Dike and explaining how special teams will play an important role in Saturday’s game against the Michigan No.14.

Whether you’re heading to Camp Randall Stadium or watching from the comfort of your sofa, the Wisconsin State Journal has covered Badgers fans with a full breakdown of everything they need to know as the football team in the ‘University of Wisconsin faces the 14th. Michigan Wolverines Saturday in Madison.

Watch from home

Saturday’s game airs on Fox, with a kick-off scheduled for 11 a.m. Fans in the Madison area can stream the game on 101.5 FM or 1310 AM with Matt Lepay and Mike Lucas on call.

On the way to Camp Randall

After some issues during the UW home opening with long concession lines and a lack of mask wearing in the halls, the university focused on improving the fan experience due to staff shortages at Camp Randall.

“We really appreciate the understanding and patience of the fans as we continue to build our team,” said Brian Lucas, UW football brand communications director after the opener, “because we know that the concession experience is a very important part of match day and it is a priority for us to continue to improve in this area and provide the best possible service.



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