Wisconsin football couldn’t provide the sparks during Saturday’s game, so the fans did it for them.
The Badgers’ Big Ten clash against Penn State on Saturday afternoon was a snooze-fest (unless you’re a fan of defensive battles). Wisconsin and the Nittany Lions didn’t score in the first half. It was a pretty abysmal, typical Big Ten sighting. Luckily, the fans provide much-needed fireworks.
Wisconsin’s ‘Jump Around’ tradition is not only one of the best in college football, but all of sports. It might have been the best it’s ever been on Saturday afternoon. Why? Fans came out in full force. Badgers fans went absolutely crazy the moment ‘Jump Around’ started playing over the loud speakers during Saturday’s game.
Take a look.
— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) September 4, 2021
There was much more offense between both Penn State and Wisconsin during the second half on Saturday. Both football teams exchanged touchdowns and field goals to make it a 10-10 game with about 10 minutes left in the fourth quarter.
Penn State’s Sean Clifford got going in the second half. After throwing for just 41 yards in the first, Clifford had 188 yards and a touchdown with about 10 minutes to go during Saturday’s game. The Nittany Lions will need much more from the talented passer if they want to win Saturday’s game.
Tune into FOX right now to catch the rest of the Penn State-Wisconsin Big Ten clash. The Badgers and Nittany Lions are currently tied at 10 apiece in the fourth quarter.
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