Posted March 03, 2012 on wisconsin.scout.com
A senior day always has a different feel to it, as least according to former Wisconsin walk-on Brett Valentyn. That the reason, according to him, the day is so special. In his exclusive column for Badger Nation, Valenytn shares his memories from senior day and his memories of Wisconsin's two seniors who will be honored tomorrow.
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