|1944 Wisconsin Badgers football|
|Conference||Big Ten Conference|
|1944 record||3–6 (2–4 Big Ten)|
|Head coach||Harry Stuhldreher (9th season)|
|Home stadium||Camp Randall Stadium|
|1944 Big Ten football standings|
|#2 Ohio State †||6||–||0||–||0||9||–||0||–||0|
|† – Conference champion |
Rankings from AP Poll
The 1944 Wisconsin Badgers football team represented the University of Wisconsin–Madison in the 1944 college football season. This was the first season since 1905 (39 years) that the Badgers started the season away from Camp Randall Stadium (known as "Randall Field" prior to the construction of the stadium).
With a war-depleted roster, freshman Allan Schafer was named the starting quarterback. Shafer died as a result of injuries sustained in the game versus Iowa. He was seventeen years old. His jersey number (#83) was retired and his name appears on the Camp Randall Stadium façade. The "Living Memorial" scholarship at the University of Wisconsin is awarded in his honor.
|September 30||at Northwestern||Dyche Stadium • Evanston, IL||W 7–6|
|October 7*||Marquette||Camp Randall Stadium • Madison, WI||W 21–2|
|October 14†||#8 Ohio State||#19||Camp Randall Stadium • Madison, WI||L 7–20|
|October 21*||at #1 Notre Dame||Notre Dame Stadium • Notre Dame, Indiana||L 13–28|
|October 28*||#16 Great Lakes Navy||Camp Randall Stadium • Madison, WI||L 12–40|
|November 4||at Purdue||Ross–Ade Stadium • West Lafayette, IN||L 0–35|
|November 11||Iowa||Camp Randall Stadium • Madison, WI||W 26-7|
|November 18||at #5 Michigan||Michigan Stadium • Ann Arbor, MI||L 0–14|
|November 25||Minnesota||Camp Randall Stadium • Madison, WI||L 26–28|
|*Non-Conference Game. †Homecoming. All times are in Central Time.|
- ↑ "Wisconsin Badgers Index". sports-reference.com. http://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/schools/wisconsin. Retrieved 2011-07-28.
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