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Badger football will head back to Hawai'i... in 2021

Published On: Sep 18 2013 04:36:38 PM CDT
Updated On: Sep 18 2013 10:01:23 PM CDT

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The Badger football team will have a home-and-home series with Hawai'i, including a trip to Honolulu in 2021.

The Rainbow Warriors will play at Camp Randall in 2015 and the rematch will be in Hawai'i in 2021. Hawai'i' will play again in Madison in 2022.

Wisconsin’s 2015 non-conference schedule is now complete featuring a season-opening matchup with two-time defending national champion Alabama and home games against Miami (OH), Troy and Hawaii.

Combined with the Big Ten schedule that was announced earlier this summer, the Badgers’ 2015 schedule is now complete.

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