Greatest Wisconsin Football Plays: Leatherette Coasters (Set of 4)

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Relive four of the greatest moments in Wisconsin football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

2010 Regular Season vs Ohio State - From the start
1999 Rose Bowl vs UCLA - Dayne Train
1994 Rose Bowl vs UCLA - Badger Invasion
2004 Regular Season vs Purdue - The Return

These leatherette coasters are laser-etched to reveal a vibrant silver foil.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.15" per coaster
- Weight: 0.15lbs (4oz) per coaster
- Stitched border
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2010 Regular Season
From the start
Wisconsin vs Ohio State
31 - 18
16 October, 2010
Ohio State, the #1 team in the nation, entered Madison as the projected favorites. Immediately, the wind was taken out of their sails as on the first play of the game, Gilreath returned the opening kickoff for 97 yards. It would be the first time Wisconsin beat the #1 team since 1981.

1999 Rose Bowl
Dayne Train
Wisconsin vs UCLA
38 - 31
1 January, 1999
Another Rose Bowl matchup against UCLA.. Opening the scoring was Ron Dayne, who burst through a huge hole in the line for a 54 yard TD run in the first quarter. The D-1A all-time leader in rushing yards finished the game as MVP with 4 touchdowns and the season as the Heisman winner. The Dayne Train.

1994 Rose Bowl
Badger Invasion
Wisconsin vs UCLA
21 - 16
1 January, 1994
A game which marked Wisconsin's first Rose Bowl victory, Bevell who was not known as a running quarterback evaded the UCLA blitz to scamble for a 21 yard touchdown to give Wisconsin a 21-10 lead in the fourth quarter which they wouldn't relinquish.

2004 Regular Season
The Return
Wisconsin vs Purdue
20 - 17
16 October, 2004
Losing by 2 scores with 8 minutes left, Wisconsin faced a tough test attempting to mount a comeback against the #5 Purdue team. One of the most memorable plays in Wisconsin history, a hard hit on an Orton scramble popped the ball loose and Scott Starks returned it for the game-winning score.