Photo gallery A football present wrapped in red and white stripes
Red- and white-wearing Badger football fans created a stripe-out effect in Camp Randall Stadium on Saturday. The atmosphere was festive as the Badgers defeated Michigan, 35-14.
A little planning went a long way, as fans successfully striped out Camp Randall Stadium in red and white.
In return for wearing the correct color, fans were treated to a 35-14 win over the Michigan Wolverines.
Wisconsin quarterback Jack Coan (17) hands off the football to running back Nakia Watson (14) in 4th quarter play against the Michigan Wolverines at Camp Randall Stadium at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on Sept. 21, 2019. Wisconsin won the game 35-14. (Photo by Jeff Miller / UW-Madison)
A Michigan fan appears not to be enjoying the game as much as neighboring Badger fans.
The skies were overcast for most of the game, but Badger fans were sunny and bright.
Wisconsin running back Bradrick Shaw (7) runs for big yardage as fans cheer.
Best friends Megan Kulick, a University of Michigan alumna and parent, and Vivian Sklar, a parent of two children attending UW-Madison, walk through Library Mall before the big game.
Badger fan and 1982-1983 alumnus Jim Siebers shows off his collection of personalized vehicle-license plates.
Fans cheer as the video scoreboard shows Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor (23) as he walks off the field. Taylor ran for 203 yards and two touchdowns during the game.
Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor (23) is tired but happy after his big game.