Barry Alvarez

© Photographed April 23, 2017
Erected 2006
Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin
43.068967, -89.411900

BARRY ALVAREZ

Winningest coach in UW football history with 118-73-4 record

Guided Badgers to three Big Ten and three Rose Bowl titles in 16 seasons
(1990-2006)

Led UW to .727 winning percentage (8-3 record) in bowl games
(best in college history at time of his retirement)

Just the 10th coach in Big Ten history to win 100 games
at one conference institution

1993 national coach of the year and two-time Big Ten Coach of the Year

Coached nine first-round NFL draft choices, 34 All-Americans,
and 62 first-team All-Big Ten selections at UW

Named UW Director of Athletics in 2004

The Barry Alvarez statue and marker are located at the Monroe Street (Kellner Hall) entrance to Camp Randall Stadium, and is accessible from southbound Monroe Street, south of its intersection with North Randall Avenue, at or near 1440 Monroe Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53711.


BARRY ALVAREZ
Head Football Coach
University of Wisconsin
1990-2006


University of Wisconsin-Madison athletic director
and former football coach Barry Alvarez at
"a pre-game ceremony that honored Wisconsin
veterans during the Badgers Football Salute to Veterans event."
This media file is in the public domain;


The Barry Alvarez marker and statue is on the right.

The marker and statue are inside the gate
(which was locked when I first arrived).

The statue and marker are located at Camp Randall Stadium.


The marker and statue are located on the UW-Madison campus
in Madison, Wisconsin.

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