Wisconsin Information Guide

The state of Wisconsin is one of the more populated states in the U.S.  There are nearly 5,600,000 residents ranking them at number 20 in comparison to the other states.  The state holds a lot of history, especially when it comes to sports.  The state capital is Madison, which is the location of Wisconsin University and home of the Badgers.  The Badgers are a part of the Big Ten Conference and are one of the more successful college football programs around.  The fans and Wisconsin residents are very supportive and passionate about their team.  Although, college football isn't the only big hit in Wisconsin.  The NFL's Green Bay Packers are one of the most beloved franchises in sports history.  Wisconsin has many well known names that have passed through the state like Vince Lombadi and Brett Favre.  Although, the state capital isn't the most populated city in the state.  That belongs to Milwaukee which is home to the Brewers baseball team.  Since there aren't too many tourist activities, a tourist can be sure to find many passionate and loyal sports fans which help create the identity for Wisconsin.  In terms of the state's geography, that is another unique aspect of Wisconson.  Being located in the north central area of the United States, it is one of the only states to be located in this region.  In addition, it borders two Great Lakes as well as four states.

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