Top 5 Wisconsin Badgers Night Games Of The Past Decade

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Camp Randall stadium. Jim Oxley photo


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We stretch all the way back 10 years for our No. 4 game on the countdown, when the Badgers hosted the Michigan Wolverines in late September 2005.

Michigan headed into the game the No. 14 team in the nation, and were the favorites on the road at night at Camp Randall. The Badgers, however, came to play, and fought back from a 13-3 halftime deficit to trail 20-16 with under 30 seconds to play.

Facing third and goal from the four-yard line, the Badgers lined up with Brian Calhoun in the backfield. Everyone expected him to get the ball, hell he only had 35 carries for 155 yards and a touchdown on the ground and seven catches for 59 more yards in the game.

Instead, the Badgers called for a QB draw, and John Stocco kept the ball for the score.

The win kicked off the 2005 Big Ten conference season in a big way for the Badgers.

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