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The losing streak extended back to 2019, when the then-ranked No. 13 Badgers beat No. 9 Minnesota to close the regular season before losing the Big Ten Championship and Rose Bowl.
As Missouri athletes seek to cash in on the NCAA's first-year name, image and likeness rules, the sale of merchandise has been a first step for some football players.
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