Found April 02, 2013 on
Injuries are always a part of spring practice, some players are coming off of surgery and others pick up nagging injuries that shut them down for precautionary reasons. There's that and then there's what is happening to the Badgers offensive line this spring, as the unit is down to just eight healthy bodies to work with.
Don't let that fool you though, the guys and most importantly new offensive line coach T.J. Woods aren't letting that get them down. Instead they are looking on the bright side of things and moving forward with the guys they have. At least that's what they are telling the media.
Of the eight healthy bodies at offensive line, two of them are walk-on's who moved from the defensive side of the ball. Sorry, that's an issue, but one not of their own making... You can put that one square on the shoulders of the last regime in place.
You've got to applaud the new staff and the players for their positive spin on a situation tha...
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MADISON, Wis. The best running back in college football last season is gone, and so the natural inclination is to believe Wisconsin can't possibly attain a greater level of success without him. After all, what is better than the best?
Technically, the answer would appear to be nothing. But if you combine the gifts of two returning players whose talent matches up with any tailback...
With a loss to Ole Miss in the NCAA Tournament 2nd round most Badgers fans attention turned to next season, it's a shame because they are missing one entertaining team doing things that have never been done before in school history. Of course, we're talking about the Wisconsin Badgers softball team. They are off to one of the best starts in school history, holding an overall...
After sitting and watching for the last two seasons, redshirt sophomore receiver A.J. Jordan hopes his work in the weight room, film room and on the field can give him more responsibilities in Wisconsin's offense.
Although on the cusp of playing last season as a cornerback, redshirt freshman Reggie Mitchell has found a new home at free safety and believes he can contribute to Wisconsin this season.
Although he is still building his starting mentality, redshirt junior cornerback Peniel Jean has put in the extra work in the offseason to make himself one of the favorites to start in Wisconsin's secondary this season.
After spending the majority of his career trying to break through as a running back, fifth-year senior Kyle Zuleger is now taking repetition on the second team of Wisconsin's secondary.
On Wednesday afternoon the Badgers officially announced the addition of a walk-on to their 2013 class, making it a six-pack of players. Wisconsin adds Green Bay (Southwest) product Aaron Moesch to the mix.
Moesch is a 6'8", 200lbs. prospect that led the Trojans to the state regional finals and led the Fox River Classic Conference in scoring, averaging 18.4 points per...