MADISON, Wis. In the adrenaline-infused bowels of Camp Randall Stadium, with Wisconsin football players celebrating yet another blowout victory, there was Travis Frederick somberly expressing disappointment.
Really. Despite a 6-0 start and a No. 4 national ranking already in tow, the Badgers burly offensive lineman had found an area to critique.
Frederick was speaking specifically about the teams running game, which has mostly been overshadowed by a strong passing attack led by quarterback Russell Wilsons Heisman Trophy-worthy start. He felt a sense of dissatisfaction with the overall yardage disparity.
For himself. For the offensive line. For everything the Sharon, Wis., native had grown up seeing of Badgers football.
I think here at Wisconsin, the rushing game is always one of our first priorities, Frederick said. And weve been a little bit disappointed in the way that its been going, with us having more passing yards. Even though weve got great skill guys out there I thin...