Capital One Bowl Tickets
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Capital One Bowl News
2014 Capital One Bowl: Wisconsin vs. South Carolina
As is the case for many of the upcoming postseason matchups, the 2014 Capital One Bowl will feature two teams that have never faced each other previously in the Wisconsin Badgers and South Carolina Gamecocks. Held at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando each New Year’s Day, the contest has featured squads hailing from the Big Ten and SEC since 1992, but never Wisconsin and South Carolina in the same year. However, the two schools have both appeared in the Capital One Bowl on two previous occasions separately, with the Badgers owning a 2-0 record with wins over Auburn and Arkansas in 2006 and 2007, while the Gamecocks are 1-1 after collecting a victory over Nebraska in 2012.
Despite missing out on the Rose Bowl for the first time in three seasons, Wisconsin actually improved record-wise with nine wins on the year compared to eight in 2012. In addition to vying for the program’s fourth 10-win season in five years, the Badgers also will be looking to snap a three-game postseason skid. Incidentally, Wisconsin’s last bowl game win occurred at the Citrus Bowl in 2009 against Miami in the Champs Sports Bowl. South Carolina will come equipped with a bit more momentum after going 5-0 to close out the regular season, including wins over Missouri and Clemson. The Gamecocks have prevailed in each of their last two bowl game appearances which also were against Big Ten teams in Michigan and Nebraska.