Concerns over COVID-19 are impacting fans at Camp Randall in various ways.
Eagles QB Ben Bryant was harassed by the Badgers' defense all night.
Whether you are heading down to Camp Randall or watching from the comfort of your couch, the State Journal has Badgers fans covered with a breakdown of everything they need to know as No. 18 Wisconsin tries to get back on track against Eastern Michigan on Saturday night.
Two classes of football players experienced their first game in front of fans against Penn State.
Get the latest postgame updates from the Wisconsin State Journal after the 12th-ranked Badgers fell to the 19th-ranked Nittany Lions 16-10 on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.
Whether you are heading down to Camp Randall or watching from the comfort of your couch, the State Journal has Badgers fans covered with a breakdown of everything they need to know as No. 12 Wisconsin kicks off football season against No. 19 Penn State on Saturday.
UW hasn’t opened the season at home against a ranked opponent since 1995, a streak that will end Saturday against the No. 19 Nittany Lions at Camp Randall Stadium.
Senior inside linebacker Mike Maskalunas or sophomore Tatum Grass is expected to start in Chenal's place Saturday against Penn State.
While many of the changes Badgers fans will see were inevitable as new technologies move into the in-stadium experience, the pandemic advanced the timeline for UW.
Amid a worker shortage, the Badgers are putting a focus on getting fans into Camp Randall in a timely manner for Saturday's first game of the season.
Camp Randall’s gates are back open this year, and Wisconsin's Saturday debut against Big Ten foe Penn State is an experience fans and local businesses have been awaiting eagerly.
UW had three games canceled due to the virus last season, including two stemming from a breakout in the program.
Fans will need to have masks on in certain areas at Badgers football games.
Fans will get their first chance in over a year and a half to see the University of Wisconsin football and volleyball teams in person at a crossover event on campus later this month.
The school's decision comes as COVID-19 case counts decline in Wisconsin and follows a pattern set by the state’s professional teams.
Kickoff times are set against Penn State, Eastern Michigan, Notre Dame, Illinois and Iowa.
The project to transform rows of bleacher seating into indoor club spaces, small loge boxes and rows of chairback seating is expected to be ready for the 2022 season.
Packages for all seven home games start at $378 per ticket and will be limited at first to donors and those who ordered 2020 season ticket packages but weren’t able to use them due to the pandemic.
"If we're going to spend the time to plan for something, let's plan for bringing a ruckus back into Camp Randall and bringing our fan base back," deputy athletic director Chris McIntosh said.
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