After taking in the Wisconsin men's basketball team's victory over N.C. State on Wednesday night, UW football head coach Bret Bielema spent the day Thursday in Bristol, Conn., taking a part in 10 different ESPN programs.
In the morning, Bielema was on ESPN First Take, for an interview with Jay Crawford, which can be seen below. Bielema and Crawford discussed the Badgers' success this season, while the Wisconsin head coach was asked to offer his pitch on why UW should go to the BCS title game, should one of the top two teams lose this weekend.
After a few hours off, Bielema joined the Scott Van Pelt show on ESPN Radio. On the show, Bielema pointed out the fact that six Wisconsin offensive linemen were listed for all-Big Ten honors, when only five start. Bielema and Van Pelt also discussed the Rose Bowl, J.J. Watt and their love for the city of Madison.
Here's a link to the show, courtesy of ESPN Radio.
Following his appearance on ESPN Radio, Bielema joined SportsCenter, College Football Live, ESPN Radio 1000 in Chicago, and The Beat on ESPNews this afternoon.
Bielema was also scheduled to tape segments for ESPN3.com, ESPN Mobile's Bowl Bound, ESPN Rise and ESPN.com Page 2 during his trip.
At the very least, Bielema is doing his part to keep Wisconsin on the minds of college football fans and voters as they await their fate when the final BCS standings are released Sunday.
Video courtesy of ESPN.com