Found June 19, 2013 on Madtown Badgers:
Summer is in full swing, or at least it's about to be as the warmest weather we've see in Badgerland is about to hit us. It also means we're closing in on the kick off to the 2013 season - one where UW will be looking to do something only Ohio State has ever done - go to the Rose Bowl 4 straight years.  Part of that plan rests on the shoulders of Dallas Lewallen. It's a good thing he's got broad ones to say the least. He'll need them as he steps up to a starting role on the inside for his junior season with Ryan Groy likely to move to the left tackle spot vacated by the now NFL bound Rick Wagner.  Story at Wisconsin So Far: - He has seen action every season at Wisconsin so far, but has appeared as a backup in just 6 games - Lewallen was the 2010 Offensive Scout Team Player of the Year - Standing at 6'6" and weighing in at 318lbs. he's got the perfect size to play at the guard spot and as long as he's healthy he's got the c...

Badgers face major issues at Safety as Vercher has transcript issues

Remember last week when I said it wasn't time to start worrying much with the transfer of Reggie Mitchell out of the program? Well, you can feel free to worry a TON now as there are multiple reports indicating that incoming JUCO transfer Donnell Vercher will not be incoming after all.  It appears that there are issues with his transcripts (not grade related folks) at the...

Group tries to revitalize the Wisconsin Hall of Fame

As hall of fame classes go, the group inducted into the 2009 Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame was considered among the most influential in the organization's history. There was University of Wisconsin athletic director and former football coach Barry Alvarez; former Badgers basketball player and UW benefactor Ab Nicholas; former Green Bay Packers president and CEO Bob Harlan;...
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