Posted August 10, 2012 on wisconsin.scout.com
In one of the few true position battles facing Wisconsin's defense in this year's fall camp, Three redshirt junior linebackers - Ethan Armstrong, A.J. Fenton and Conor O'Neill - enter fall camp battling for the starting spot.
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