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What bowl game will the Wisconsin football team wind up in? Here’s where the Badgers might end up and who their opponent could be.

After a few rough weeks early on, the Wisconsin Badgers have bounced back and are very clearly capable of competing against a tough opponent in a bowl game. Wisconsin started off the year with three losses in its first four games.

The Badgers responded by simply buckling down and winning seven games prior to their matchup against the Minnesota Golden Gophers.

Now that it’s more than clear that the Badgers will be in a pretty good bowl game this year, where will Wisconsin end up this bowl season? Who will the Badgers face off against?

Wisconsin Bowl Projections: Badgers projected to face Kentucky in Outback Bowl

According to Brett McMurphy of the Action Network, the Badgers might get the opportunity to meet up with an SEC team. In McMurphy’s latest bowl projections for the 2021 season, Wisconsin could just get the chance to face the Texas A&M Aggies in the Citrus Bowl.

However, those projections were before Wisconsin lost to Minnesota and were eliminated from the Big Ten West race. With Iowa winning the West, Wisconsin may have to settle for an Outback Bowl bid against Kentucky.

That’s still not bad for a team that started the season at 1-3. With the way the Badgers responded to their early struggles, it’s clear that they’ve got a pretty good team.

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Is Ben Roethlisberger retiring from the NFL?

PITTSBURGH Steelers quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger, was first drafted to the team in 2004.

However, the NFL star made a big announcement on Thursday, January 27, regarding the next steps of his NFL career.

1Speculation surrounding Ben Roethlisberger's supposed retirement from the NFL swirled in December 2021, the Steelers quarterback more or less confirmed the rumors during a media conference on Thursday, December 30Credit: Getty Images - Getty Is Ben Roethlisberger retiring from the NFL?

Also known as 'Big Ben', Roethlisberger was drafted by the Steelers as first-round pick in 2004.

While speaking to the press on Thursday, December 30 of 2021, the quarterback hinted that Monday, January 3 could be his last game of the season and of his career.

During a media conference, Big Ben stated: "I don’t ever speak in definites or guarantees, that’s just not what I’ve ever done or who I am."

He continued: "But looking at the bigger picture, I would say that all signs are pointing to this could be it."

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"Regular season, that is — I know we still have a chance to potentially get a playoff game there if things fall our way and we take care of business and things have to happen," Roethlisberger went on to say.

"But in the grand scheme of things, in terms of regular season, signs are pointing that way, this could be it," the NFL player concluded.

On Thursday, January 27, Roethlisberger formally announced he would be retiring after an 18-year career with the Steelers.

"The time has come to clean out my locker, hang up my cleats, and continue to be all I can be to my wife and children. I retire from football a truly grateful man," he said in a video posted to Twitter.

He thanked the Steelers organization, his coaches, teammates and his family.

"Football has been a gift and I thank God for allowing me to play it," he concluded.

How many NFL records does Ben Roethlisberger hold?

Big Ben has two Super Bowl titles with the Steelers - and holds the record for being the youngest ever winning quarterback, ahead of Tom Brady.

His first came in 2005 and his second in 2008, before losing out in the 2010 showdown with the Green Bay Packers.

Roethlisberger played 18 seasons with the Steelers, the most seasons for any NFL player with one team.

From the beginning of his career to the end of his career with the NFL, Big Ben was always a Steeler.

What are some of Ben Roethlisberger's memorable quotes?

Throughout his time in the NFL, Roethlisberger has offered many memorable quotes regarding his gameplay.

On his general play: "I know I probably never will win the league MVP or passing title. That is not why I play the game. I try to win football games and championships."

Reflecting on the 2006 and '08 Super Bowl wins: "If I do get nervous for a game, they usually go away after the first play. For the Super Bowl, it never went away."

His physicality and skill: "People don't realise that I'm actually mobile, athletic and strong-armed."

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