Former Badger Chris Ghidorzi says the time between the end of the regular season and the Rose Bowl is a fun filled, busy time that players remember the rest of their lives.
Ghidorzi was part of the Badger team in the 1990s that became the first representative of the Big 10 Conference to win back to back Rose Bowls.
He says he keeps in regular contact with many of his former teammates.
Appearing on Sunrise 7 Thursday morning for a live interivew, the Wausau native also predicts the first half of the Rose Bowl will be close this year, but Wisconsin will pull away in the second to win by two touchdowns.
The Badgers face TCU in Pasadena, California on January 1.
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