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Badgers Football Game Day Guide
Last Updated: 6/28/2013
USA Today recently announced to the world what all of us here in Wisconsin have known for a long time: Madison is the best college football town in the country. Haven’t been a part of the sea of red? We’ve mapped a route to ensure you make the most of your Madison and Badger football bash.
First, fuel up for the day at the Madison Farmers Market on Capitol Square, which runs from 6:30am until 2pm. From sights to sounds to smells, it’s the finest farmers market in the state. But hurry! The last outdoor market for the season is November 10th.
Head west on State Street for more local flavor in the form of street musicians, eclectic locals, and specialty shops. But don’t forget what you’re there for: football. So duck into the local spirit stores and grab a Bucky shirt or hoodie to show your Badger pride.
Is it lunchtime already? You better head to State Street Brats, a Madison staple. Brats. Burgers. Beer. Big-screen TVs. So welcoming, it will make you feel like you’re at the game even if you don’t have tickets. If brunch is more your style, stop by Mickies Dairy Bar, a cozy coffee shop that serves up buttermilk pancakes by the plateful. Be sure to come early. Most tables go like hot cakes! Got a sweet tooth? Stop at Babcock Hall Dairy Store on campus for homemade ice cream that screams “America’s Dairyland”. Don’t forget to try the Berry Alvarez flavor.
As you come to the end of State Street, behold the beauty of Bascom Hill. How are you doing on time? If you can, trek up the hill for one of the best views of Madison and ask ol’ Abe Lincoln nicely for a Badger win.
Then it’s time to zig and zag southwestward. If those directions sound vague to you, worry not! You’re sure to be swallowed by a sea of red fans who will show you the way.
Before you enter the actual stadium, check out Stadium Bar on Monroe Street. It’s the biggest beer garden in the area, the closest bar to Camp Randall. Don’t have tickets? No problem. Stadium Bar has more HDTV’s than anywhere else in Madison.
And now it’s finally time to get in the game. Get ready to “Jump Around.” Cheer Bucky on as he does push-ups. And watch what is sure to be a rousing red rumble.
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