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Believe it or not, we are just five days away from the beginning of Wisconsin's 2013 spring camp and with it we continue our look into the roster and the battles within each position group.
Up today is a look at one of the positions that will be key under new head coach Gary Andersen and more specifically new offensive coordinator Andy Ludwig. That group? We're talking about the wide receivers of course.
It's a group that started off 2012 so promising and when all was said and done ended up so disappointing. So, there is a lot to improve upon and a lot to change within the group. Just how important is this group? Coach Gary Andersen thought enough of it to mention the group as one of the key positions coming into spring during his pre-spring press conference.
"I would move to the skill players on the other side of the football on the offensive side and talk about the wide receivers," said Andersen on Monday. "We want to put a lot of stress. W...
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Gary Andersen begins his first spring as Wisconsin coach looking for a quarterback.
Curt Phillips, Joel Stave and Danny O'Brien all started games during the 2012 season for Wisconsin, which won its third straight Big Ten title and went to a third consecutive Rose Bowl. All return this season, along with redshirt freshman Bart Houston.
Andersen said quarterback Jon Budmayr,...
Spring football is nearing it's beginning and as such we're beginning our look into what the roster looks like and where the battles for starting spots and depth chart positions are. We began our look into the roster with a look into one of the most wide open positions on this team - the Secondary.
Up today is one of the more interesting positions, interesting because...
Tight End U or Offensive Line U? That is a debate for a later date, but the truth is that at Wisconsin the tight end position has been one of the most important positions over the past decade. It's also true that as of late that position has become a pipeline of talent to the NFL.
Will that continue under Andy Ludwig and his new offensive system? Well, if he's a smart...
Focused on nothing but the 40-yard dash and resting his body, former Wisconsin tailback Montee Ball shaves two tenths of a second off his 40-yard dash time at Wednesday's UW pro timing day, putting him in prime position for April's NFL draft.
MADISON, Wis. Wisconsin forward Sam Dekker was named the Big Ten's Co-Freshman of the Week for the second time this season, the conference announced Monday.
Dekker, who shared the honor with Indiana's Yogi Ferrell this week, tied a career high with 19 points during Wisconsin's 77-46 victory against Nebraska on Tuesday. He tallied 14 of his 19 points in the first half...