Found October 16, 2011 on The Sports Bank:
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            Wisconsin Badgers QB Russell Wilson’s arrival in Madison has been nothing more than outstanding through the first seven weeks of the college football season. We’ve seen him throw, run and now catch touchdowns (he really can do it all) on a journey which could quite possibly lead to a Heisman Trophy. But, the most shocking part of Wilson’s game is his ability to embrace any situation put in front of him. Russell is mature beyond the game of college football and acts as if the words “pressure” and “nerves” are foreign to him. In an age where so many star athletes are all about their-selves or portrayed as so, Wilson is showing the nation how to be an exemplary student athlete. Those who have named Wilson as a “one-and-done” or “free-agent” college football player haven’t spent enough time around the kid who hails from Richmond, Virginia. Russell came to Wisconsin because it was the “smart,” choice and because he was intelligent enough to graduate in three years a
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