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It may not have always been evident, but Wisconsin running back Montee Ball saw a big change in the play of the offensive line under newly appointed interim coach Bart Miller. “Huge difference, I’m not saying anything against [Mike] Markuson, hopefully he finds a place for himself, but I believe there was a huge difference,” Ball said. “We weren’t expecting them to come in and be completely different with one wee of preparation with a new coach, but we’re going to make sure we build off of it.” Ball carried a season-high 37 times for 139 yards and a touchdown against Utah State. He credited some of his success to the play of the men up front. “One thing I can say about the offensive line today, is they created a lot more one-on-one opportunities for me today,” Ball said. “As a running back, you love to be out in space…the offensive line, they were doing that in practice and we knew they were going to do it today.” Though Saturday marked the second time Ball ec
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