Originally posted on Madtown Badgers  |  Last updated 1/4/13
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.   He was named first team all-conference by the media and was honorable mention all-conference by the coaches as well following this season. In a letter Frederick wrote to his teammates, coaches, and fans, he stated: (follow after the jump) Dear Badger Nation, Over the past month, I have faced one of the toughest decisions in my life. Though it has been a long and difficult decision making process, I have decided to forgo my final season as a Badger to enter the 2013 NFL Draft. The decision that I have made has not been easy, and I assure you it has not been made in haste. First, as many of you...
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