Ron Dayne etched his name into the college football history books, rushing for 7,125 yards in his four-year career with the Wisconsin Badgers, a career rushing total that stands atop any other.
In 2011 he was inducted into the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame, and in 2013, the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta.
He was rewarded for his career rushing record when he won the coveted Heisman Trophy award in 1999, along with numerous other awards including Big Ten Conference player of the year in 2000 and All-American placement in 1996, 1998 and 1999.
His name and number can be seen by all on the Camp Randall Stadium façade, accompanied by other Badger Football legends. Dayne's #33 was officially retired during the Nov. 10, 2007 game against Michigan. The passion and excitement that Ron Dayne brought to the football field still echoes in the halls of Camp Randall Stadium.
In the 2000 NFL Draft, Dayne was selected with the 11th pick by the New York Giants, and continued to play in the NFL through 2008 for the Broncos and the Houston Texans.
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