Madison - Talks between Wisconsin and Southeastern Conference power Alabama dragged on for several years before the two programs eventually agreed to open the 2015 college football season at Cowboys Stadium.
Encouraged by that agreement and looking to bolster UW's nonconference schedules because of the four-team playoff set to begin with the 2014 season, athletic director Barry Alvarez is in the market for another neutral-site game.
That quest could lead to a game at Lambeau Field. According to a college football source, UW officials would like to play LSU, another SEC power.
Alvarez was out of town Friday. Justin Doherty, UW associate athletic director for external relations, declined to say whether UW is pursuing such a game.
"I don't have anything I can tell you," he said after the regularly scheduled athletic board meeting.
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