Alabama and Wisconsin will open the 2015 season against each other at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, on Sept. 5, 2015 the schools announced Wednesday. "As a league, we decided that we needed to upgrade our nonconference schedule," Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez said in an official release.
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"We understand that strength of schedule will be a factor in determining which teams earn the right to participate in the new four-team playoff system, and we want to be in that mix. There's no better way to do that than by playing the defending national champions. We are thrilled to have the opportunity to play a storied program like Alabama in a terrific venue like Cowboys Stadium. It will be a great experience for our program, our players and our fans."
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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lol mike good stuff. lets play oregon and west virgina in 2016..
Reply56 months
Really tigger???? What has gus done when he didnt have cam which by the way was a great athlete and deserving of the heisman?
Reply56 months
Haha. Sounds like the gump is still mad at Gus and Cam for 2010.

Go Wisky!
Reply56 months
Alabama's schedule just gets harder and harder.
Reply56 months
I guess I would pull for wisconsin if my teams offense couldnt score on Alabama the past two season and BTW gus was the OC for one of those games....Get on the "short gus bus"
Reply56 months
This is gonna be ugly. Wisky is on the down slope of a short hill.
Reply56 months
Go Wisky!
Reply56 months
"Hook Em Horns"
"Get ready to be buttfricked wisky."


Pot meet Kettle
Reply56 months
Get ready to be buttfricked wisky.
Reply56 months
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