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Gophers remember disgraceful two-point conversion by Wisconsin

The intensity of the rivalry between the Gophers and Badgers is always high, but it went up one notch last year when Wisconsin tried a two-point conversion when leading by 25-points. Many of the players are still bothered by the disgraceful move.
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The intensity of the rivalry between the Gophers and Badgers is always high, but it went up one notch last year when Wisconsin tried a two-point conversion when leading by 25-points. Many of the players are still bothered by the disgraceful move.

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