ROSE BOWL - Oregon vs. Wisconsin, Jan. 1 Dec 29, 2019 15:56:09 GMT -8
Post by DiamondThief on Dec 29, 2019 15:56:09 GMT -8
Welcome to SCtoC's presentation of the 2020 Rose Bowl.
The champions of the Pac-12 meet the runner-ups from the Bit Ten hook up in the Rose Bowl; the oldest bowl game in college football history, the Rose Bowl. the Ducks come in with a balanced offense behind senior QB Justin Herbert and RB C.J. Verdell. Their defense has been staunch. The Badgers feature one of the third-leading rusher in the NFL year in Jonathan Taylor.
In our game capsule below we've included broadcast information, as well as radio stream links to each team's home town broadcast. We've also included links to each team's official twitter account. Often those accounts will have interesting information, game updates and recap notes.
Times noted are pacific daylight time. Statistical leaders listed may not be available for this particular game due to injury or other circumstances.
What: The Ducks of Oregon and the Badgers of Wisconsin meet in the grand daddy of them all.
When: Wednesday, January 1 at 2 p.m.
Where: Rose Bowl; Pasadena, California.
Ducks Radio Stream: 750 The Game.
Badgers Radio Stream: Badger Sports Network.
2019 Records: Ducks 11-2 (8-1 Pac-12 North). Badgers 10-3 (7-1 Big Ten West).
Last Game: Ducks defeated Utah in the Pac-12 Championship game 37-15. Badgers lost to Ohio State in the Big 10 Championship Game 34-21.
Head Coaches (head coaching record): Ducks - Mario Cristobal (47-54 overall, 20-7 at Oregon). Badgers - Paul Chryst (71-34, 52-15 at Wisconsin).
Fun Facts: The Ducks have won eight Pac-10/Pac-12 Conference championships since 1994; under five different head coaches.The Ducks are 2-4 overall in Rose Bowl games; they defeated the Badgers 45-38 in their most recent appearance, on January 2, 2012 (the end of the 2011 season). That win was with Chip Kelly as head coach. The Ducks have had three other head coaches since that game. The Badgers first competed in college football in 1869, losing the only two games they played that season. The following year, they won their first game, over Whitewater Normal School (now known as the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater) by a score of 106-0 mark. In the Badgers' history, they have compiled an overall record of 715-498-53.
Twitter: Ducks * Badgers
Passing: Justin Herbert 272/408, 3333 yds, 32 TD, 5 int; Tyler Shough 12/15, 144 yds, 3 TD.
Rushing: C.J. Verdell 160 rush, 1171 yds, 8 TD; Travis Dye 1056 rush, 655 yds; Cyrus Habibi-Likio 85 rush, 337 yds, 10 TD.
Receiving: Johnny Johnson III 55 rec, 818 yds, 7 TD; Jaylon Redd 50 rec, 465 yds, 7 TD; Jacob Breeland 26 rec, 405 yds, 6 TD; Juwan Johnson 25 rec, 401 yds, 4 TD.
Total Tackles: Troy Dye 75; Jevon Holland 58; Thomas Graham Jr. 55; Isaac Slade-Matautia 54; Brady Breeze 51.
Sacks: Kayvon Thibodeaux 9; Mase Funa 4.
Interceptions: Jevon Holland 4; Verone McKinley 4.
Kicking: Camden Lewis 53/55 XP, 9/14 FG (long of 40 yds).
Passing: Jack Coan 213/304, 2541 yds, 17 TD, 4 int; Graham Martz 9/10, 73 yds.
Rushing: Jonathan Taylor 299 rush, 1909 yds, 21 TD; Nakia Watson74 rush, 331 yds, 2 TD; Garrett Groshek 40 rush, 187 yds, 2 TD.
Receiving: Quintez Cephus 52 rec, 842 yds, 6 TD; Jake Ferguson 29 rec, 363 yds, 2 TD; Kendric Pryor 20 rec, 274 yds; Garrett Grosheck 26 rec, 270 yds.
Total Tackles: Jack Sanborn 72; Chris Orr 72; Zack Baun 71; Reggie Pearson 56; Eric Burrell 52.
Sacks: Zach Baun 12.5; Chris Orr 11.5.
Interceptions: Eric Burrell 3; Jack Sanborn 2.
Kicking: Collin Larsh 50/51 XP, 10/15 FG (long of 44 yds).
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