The date is set in Madison.
Recently, Wisconsin announced that it will hold Family Day on Saturday, April 18, providing fans the chance to get their first look at the 2020 version of the Badgers. It will serve as the team’s spring game/open practice to conclude the spring season for the Badgers.
Wisconsin is coming off a 10-4 season in which it claimed a B1G West title and made a return trip to the Rose Bowl. This will mark the first time in three seasons the Badgers enter a season with All-American running back Jonathan Taylor.
Head coach Paul Chryst is entering his sixth season with the program. In his first five years, Wisconsin has compiled a 52-16 mark, which includes a 34-10 record in the B1G. The Badgers have won three division titles, finished ranked in the Associated Press Poll four times and have appeared in five bowl games during that stretch.
Wisconsin opens the 2020 football season on Sept. 4 at Camp Randall Stadium against Indiana.