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first_imgJonathan Taylor celebrates touchdown for the Wisconsin Badgers.MADISON, WI – SEPTEMBER 09: Michael Deiter #63, Jonathan Taylor #23, and Austin Ramesh #20 of the Wisconsin Badgers celebrate after scoring a touchdown in the third quarter against the Florida Atlantic Owls at Camp Randall Stadium on September 9, 2017 in Madison, Wisconsin. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)It’s fair to say that this year was disappointing for the Wisconsin Badgers, as the program’s aspirations of making the College Football Playoff evaporated just three weeks into the season.The final five games of the season featured three losses, and part of the reason was the lack of durability at quarterback. Unfortunately, Alex Hornibrook dealt with concussion-like symptoms for several weeks.Despite multiple shortcomings and several injuries, the Badgers are still bowl eligible this season.There are a number of sites with bowl projections for this season, and they all share similar predictions for Wisconsin.Jerry Palm of CBS Sports has Wisconsin in the TaxSlayer Bowl against Missouri. The Tigers finished their season with an 8-4 record.College Football News shares the same projection, which is the Badgers in the TaxSlayer Bowl against the Tigers. This game would take place in Jacksonville.Eric Single of Sports Illustrated has Wisconsin facing Stanford in the Redbox Bowl in Santa Clara.With the official bowl games being announced this Sunday, the Badgers won’t have to wait long for their next matchup.last_img

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