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UW-Madison police looking for man who punched teen Iowa Hawkeyes fan after Badgers loss

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MADISON — University of Wisconsin-Madison police say they’re looking for a man who punched a teenage Iowa Hawkeyes fan in the face following the Badger’s loss Saturday, October 3rd at Camp Randall.

Authorities say the 15-year-old boy was wearing Iowa Hawkeyes gear and was leaving the stadium with friends following the Badgers’ 10-6 loss.

The teen told police he was teasing his friend, a Badgers fan, about the Hawkeye win when a man, about 20 to 25 years old, walked up to him and punched him. The man, wearing a red shirt, was last seen leaving the upper deck through the south stadium ramp.

The boy wasn’t seriously injured.

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