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Matt Canada (UW Athletics)

After having the belt loosen by then-head coach Bret Bielema, offensive coordinator Matt Canada called the game of his life in the Big Ten title game. Against an even better defense in the Cardinal, Canada's trickery will be in high demand should the Badgers want to win the Rose Bowl.

PASADENA, Calif. – Facing a unit that leads the nation in tackles for loss and sacks, offensive coordinator Matt Canada has learned to respect what is going to be a great challenge for his offense in No.8 Stanford in this afternoon's Rose Bowl. "They are a disciplined, well-coached team, which is what you would expect," said Canada. "They are not a team that is going to be in the wrong gap. They... Recommended Stories

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