The state of Wisconsin is host to all sorts of riveting tidbits of information regarding its rich historical prominence among its brethren states in the great Midwest.
Actually, I don't know if riveting and Wisconsin are really words to be used in the same sentence. What I do know is that they are rabid fans of their Wisconsin Badgers football team.
The zealous nature of Badger fans makes sense; Wisconsin provides limited reasons for excitement.
The only associations I can make about the state are informed by pop culture—it was the home to such serial killer notables as Ed Gein and Jefferey Dahmer, the birthplace of Chris Farley, and it is home to the eternally non-No. 1 selling domestic beer, Miller.
And I suppose from an agricultural standpoint, they are making the most out of an abundance of cows.
In light of such redeeming associations, Badger football fans are able to sustain and enhance the reputation of both the school and the state with their unique brand of football fanaticism.
Here are several reasons Wisconsin Badger football fans are among the most notorious.