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Wisconsin Badgers junior center Travis Frederick has elected to forgo his final season of eligibility with the Badgers and enter the 2013 NFL Draft. He projects as a round 2-4 level pick, and his ability to play both guard and center helps his draft stock.
In short, if you make the starting five up front in Camp Randall, and you grasp the pro style offense of the Badgers, you’ll probably get your chance to in the NFL after your senior year. It’s an OL factory for the professional ranks.
But what makes Frederick so special is that he has the potential to have a very bright future even without football.
He may well be the smartest guy in not just the Big Ten, but all of college football.
Frederick has a computer engineering and computer science double major. When you factor in the time commitment of the football program, he must be an ace at time management.
Frederick, who started all 14 games for the Badgers at center this season, explained his decision in a letter to his Badgers te...
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Wisconsin will now be without two starters on it's offensive line as on Friday afternoon the Badgers officially announced what was only rumored - that junior center Travis Frederick will declare himself eligible for the upcoming NFL draft. He started 14 games at center this season and will leave Wisconsin as a member of three straight Big Ten Championship football teams.
Wisconsin center Travis Frederick says he's skipping his senior year to enter the NFL draft.
Frederick says forgoing his final year of eligibility was ''one of the toughest decisions in my life,'' but he says he believes he's ready for the NFL. In an open letter to his teammates, coaches and Wisconsin fans, Frederick says his time with the Badgers gave him...
MADISON, Wis. Wisconsin junior center Travis Frederick has elected to forgo his final season of eligibility with the Badgers and put his name into the 2013 NFL draft.
Frederick, a 6-foot-4, 338-pounder from Sharon, Wis., played in 32 games with 31 starts during his Wisconsin career. Many pundits project him as the top center in the upcoming draft. He was a first-team All-Big Ten...
Well if it worked for Nebraska football against Wisconsin, why not Nebraska basketball? According to Coach Tim Miles on WhoSay, the Huskers will wear these uniforms provided by Adidas when they take on the Wisconsin Badgers this Sunday in their B1G home opener at 3:30 p.m. You can catch the game on the Big Ten Network, The post Photo: Nebraska Basketball to Wear “Red Out”...
Jared Berggren, Ben Brust and Ryan Evans score 13 points a piece, including a number of key buckets down the stretch, to help Wisconsin survive a late scare and beat Penn State, 60-51, for the 16th straight time at home to open the conference season.
Jared Berggren has been with Wisconsin for 5 years. He's learned some things. At 6'10" - he did this last night against Penn State:
UW 60, PSU 51
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Nothing is going to come easy in Big Ten play for Wisconsin, but the Badgers' veterans made sure UW started on the right fit. Wisconsin's seniors score its final 17 points, including key plays from Mike Bruesewitz and Jared Berggren, to hold off Penn State, 60-51, Thursday night.
Jared Berggren scored 12 of his 13 points in the second half, Ryan Evans had 10 points and 15 rebounds, and Wisconsin held Nebraska to one basket over the last 6:19 in a 47-41 victory Sunday.