MADISON (WKOW) -- Those that couldn't make the trip to Indiana for the Big Ten Championship game are filling up bars and restaurants all over Wisconsin.
Around 400 Badger fans gathered at Union South to watch the game on Saturday.
UW-Madison junior Lorna Cagann says if the Badgers win it would be the third Rose Bowl trip during her college career.
"It's super exciting," Cagann said. "We were talking about it earlier. It would be like three years in a row and we've been here for all three of them."
Other students commented on how energetic the crowd was.
"It's really lively and it's great to see that everyone shares that same atmosphere that you get in the stands," UW-Madison Junior Kierra Pettit says.
"Because I was here for the Big 10 Championship last year I knew what the atmosphere was like. I wanted to come back," says junior Jacob Sattler.
Students cheered loudly participating in many chants, dances and songs. They even danced and clapped to the school song during every touchdown.
One student said she got wore out by all the dancing during the 3rd quarter. She said the Wisconsin offense would not give her a break.
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