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1995 Hall of Fame Bowl Bowl Game Wisconsin Badgers Duke Blue Devils (6-4-1) (8–3) 34 20 Head coach:  Barry Alvarez Head coach:  Fred Goldsmith AP Coaches 25 21 1 2 3 4 Total Wisconsin 13 0 7 14 34 Duke 0 10 3 7 20 Date January 2, 1995 Season 1994 Stadium Tampa Stadium Location Tampa, Florida MVP Terrell Fletcher (Wisconsin RB) United States TV coverage Network ESPN Hall of Fame Bowl  < 1994  1996 >  The 1995 edition to the Hall of Fame Bowl featured the Duke Blue Devils, and the Wisconsin Badgers. Wisconsin scored first on a 19 yard interception returned from a touchdown by Jeff Messenger, as Wisconsin opened a 7-0 lead. Wisconsin's John Hall kicked two field goals of 48 and 43 yards as Wisconsin increased its lead to 13-0 at the end of the 1st quarter. In the second quarter, Duke's Robert Baldwin scored on a 7 yard touchdown run to make it 13-7. Duke added a 30 yard field goal before halftime to pull within 13-10. In the third quarter, a 30 yard Duke field goal tied the game at 13. Running back Terrell Fletcher responded with a 1 yard touchdown run to give Wisconsin a 20-13 lead. In the fourth quarter, Darrell Bevell fired an 11 yard touchdown pass to Jason Burns increasing the Badgers' lead to 27-13. Robert Baldwin scored on a two yard touchdown run making it 27-20. Terrell Fletcher put the game away with a 49 yard rushing touchdown, making the final margin 34-20. External links http://www.outbackbowlhistory.org/outback-bowl-1995.php v • d • e 1994-95 Division I-A bowl game season Las Vegas (Dec. 15) • Aloha (Dec. 25) • Freedom (Dec. 27) • Independence (Dec. 28) • Copper (Dec. 29) • Holiday (Dec. 30) • Liberty (Dec. 31) • Alamo (Dec. 31) • Carquest (Jan. 1) • Hall of Fame (Jan. 1) • Peach (Jan. 1) • Florida Citrus (Jan. 2) • Rose (Jan. 2) Bowl Coalition games: Sun (Dec. 30) • Gator (Dec. 30) • Orange (Jan. 1) • Sugar (Jan. 1) • Fiesta (Jan. 2) • Cotton (Jan. 2) v • d • e Outback Bowl 1986 | 1988 | 1989 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 2010 | 2011 Broadcasters v • d • e Duke Blue Devils bowl games 1939 Rose Bowl • 1942 Rose Bowl • 1945 Sugar Bowl • 1955 Orange Bowl • 1958 Orange Bowl • 1961 Cotton Bowl Classic • 1989 All-American Bowl • 1995 Hall of Fame Bowl v • d • e Wisconsin Badgers bowl games 1953 Rose Bowl • 1960 Rose Bowl • 1963 Rose Bowl • 1981 Garden State Bowl • 1982 Independence Bowl • 1984 Hall of Fame Classic • 1994 Rose Bowl • 1995 Hall of Fame Bowl • 1996 Copper Bowl • 1998 Outback Bowl • 1999 Rose Bowl • 2000 Rose Bowl • 2000 Sun Bowl • 2002 Alamo Bowl • 2003 Music City Bowl • 2005 Outback Bowl • 2006 Capital One Bowl • 2007 Capital One Bowl • 2008 Outback Bowl • 2008 Champs Sports Bowl • 2009 Champs Sports Bowl • 2011 Rose Bowl