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Topic - Barry Alvarez
Wisconsin said Tuesday that coach Gary Andersen was contacted by the Cleveland Browns for their coaching vacancy but decided not to pursue the position following a conversation with the NFL team.
Loyalty being what it is these days in college football, you didn't know whether to be happy or sad to see Barry Alvarez back on the Wisconsin sideline seven years after he left coaching to become the Badgers' athletic director.
Although Stanford didn't score many style points in the 99th Rose Bowl, the Cardinal could celebrate because they didn't let Wisconsin score any points at all after halftime.
Gary Andersen doesn't mind taking a back seat with his new team when it comes to the Rose Bowl.
The Big Ten spent much of the year as a national punch line.
When Wisconsin linebacker Mike Taylor was a kid, he used to watch the Badgers and dream of playing for Barry Alvarez.
Bret Bielema will be paid $3.2 million annually for six years at Arkansas, the school said Wednesday as it prepared to introduce its new football coach.
Bret Bielema is taking his brand of power football to Arkansas, leaving Wisconsin after seven seasons.
Wisconsin and Nebraska have a lot more in common than red-and-white uniforms and their new Big Ten allegiance.
Alvarez says that Andersen "did not act directly or even imply that his salary should be increased, but that only re-affirmed" Alvarez's thoughts on a raise.
Athletic director Barry Alvarez said in a statement that he began considering a raise toward the end last season.