Wall Street Journal Reveals The Most Admirable Team In College Football
The Wisconsin Badgers have been revealed as the most admirable team in college football.
The Wall Street Journal released an updated ranking of college football programs, and the kings of Madison took the top spot for most admirable. The WSJ uses several factors for the “Football Grid of Shame,” including team performance on the field and the actions of players off the field.
Nice to see the @Badgers perform so well in the Wall Street Journal’s College Football Grid of Shame. #OnWisconsin pic.twitter.com/hSMWeVqGNl
— David I. Leavitt (@LeavittDC) September 3, 2017
The only schools close to Wisconsin are Northwestern, Washington, Clemson and Kansas State.
Alabama and Ohio State are named as the two biggest power houses on the grid, but the Buckeyes are substantially higher on the ranking of most admirable. Baylor and Ole Miss were ranked as the worst programs for off-the-field issues.
I’m not going to lie, this is the least surprising thing I’ve ever seen in college football. Of course the Badgers are the most admirable. That’s what being a Wisconsin Badger is all about. We take care of business on the field, and we’re champions off the gridiron.
We accept nothing less than a culture of perfection. Do we win as much as Ohio State or Alabama? No, but we are still an elite program, and we do it the right way. We do it the Wisconsin way.
Glad the Wall Street Journal is showing my people the recognition we deserve, but of course, a true Wisconsin man doesn’t revel in attention. We just keep outworking our opponents on and off the field.
See you all Saturday. Lane Kiffin is in town, and he’s going to learn a little bit about winning the right way from the best in the business.
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