In the first major college football game ever played
here at historic Lambeau Field, the Wisconsin Badgers
walk away as victors.
A 16-14 win over number-five in the nation LSU in
the Lambeau Field College Classic.
It was everything I thought it would be and more.
I grew up in Wisconsin, I went to Green Bay Packers
I'm used to the stadium being green and gold and for
it to be red and white was a special moment.
The Badgers dominated the stat book from the start.
But over a quick span of in the third quarter, LSU
turned two turnovers into two touchdowns and the Tigers
went in front 14-13.
A lot of guys just thought back and said stay in the
You know we had to switch this momentum back to our
Defense did an outstanding job today.
Bart Houston, making his first start at quarterback,
threw two interceptions.
But with the game on the line led Wisconsin on a 48-yard
drive to set up the go-ahead field goal.
I was talking with the line, talking with the receivers
and running backs and just keeping their heads up.
It's pretty special when you know you did your job.
To go home and know that you helped your team and
you played your best self.
And sealing the win.
a Vince Biegel blitz forced an interception that fell
right into the arms of D'Cota Dixon.
Justin Wilcox radiod in my favorite blitz call.
It's called 'Psycho Track' and I came inside the tackle.
I was surprised I was unblocked.
What is the one moment you're going to take away from
this game? Definitely the interception, no question
It was my first interception.
You really do see a team come together through preperation
and just trust.
A lot of great moments in celebrating this win, including
Lambeau Leaps following the game.
When head coach Paul Chryst was asked what his favorite
moment was, his answer was simple saying, 'Once I
knew we won it'.
First win for Wisconsin versus a top-5 opponent since
Reporting with the Badgers from Lambeau Field, GW,