Posted September 30, 2012 on
After calling out Taylor Martinez, Wisconsin junior defensive end David Gilbert is forced to own up his words after the Badgers fail to contain the junior quarterback in the second half.
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According to the Wisconsin State Journal starting defensive end David Gilbert will not be the starter on Saturday against Taylor Martinez and the rest of the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Why? Well, because he decided to call out the Huskers QB for amongst other things, being "soft" and "still looking like he's skipping rocks out there."
In making his announcement...
It's not as if Saturday night's Wisconsin-Nebraska game needs more buildup.
After all, it's the Big Ten opener, the 22nd-ranked Cornhuskers (3-1) are looking to pay back the two-time defending champion Badgers (3-1) for the beat-down they got last year, and both teams will wear alternate uniforms for the first time.
A little more spice was added to the budding rivalry...
I don't know about you, but I'm really getting sick of watching Wisconsin come "this close" on the road against a ranked Big Ten opponent. For the 3rd time in two seasons Wisconsin led against their ranked opponent on the road and found a unique way to blow said lead.
Every Thursday we give you 5 Things to Watch For in the upcoming game, now with conference...