In the Red Zone: The History of Camp Randall Stadium (2005) 1h 50min · Documentary · 1 May 2005
Camp Randall, in Madison Wisconsin, is much more than just a football stadium. Its origins go back to the U.S. Civil War, where it was created as a training ground for Union soldiers, and eventually became a prison for captured Confederate soldiers. One unlucky Confederate soldier was even shot dead right about where the 50-yardline is today, and that event is re-created in this compelling documentary. After the Civil War ended, Camp Randall became the Wisconsin State Fairgrounds for many years, until this same plot of land played host to a new American sport called "football" near the end of the 19th Century, and has hosted this game ever since. "In the Red Zone" expertly tells the incredible history that has happened on this relatively small piece of earth. A star football player from a 1920s UW Badger team describes playing against Knute Rockne and the Four Horsemen of Notre Dame at Camp Randall. Watch as possibly the most loyal Badger fan in UW history attends a game, and describes how she has only missed one game at Camp Randall in over 70 years. Many important figures in Camp Randall's modern history, such as; Barry Alvarez, Ron Dayne, Pat Richter, Michael Leckrone, Terrell Fletcher, Billy Marek, and many others, share their stories about why this place is so special. The documentary even covers the latest major construction project at Camp Randall, which will serve as the basis for the next era of Camp Randall's history. "In the Red Zone" is simply the most comprehensive and compelling record of this important piece of Wisconsin's history. - Written by Anonymous
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