Found November 12, 2013 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
Wisconsin football coach Gary Andersen spoke with the mediaTuesday morning on the Big Ten's weekly coaches teleconference ahead of theBadgers' game against Indiana.Andersen discussed Wisconsin's BCS conundrum, the effortrequired to vote in the coaches Top 25 poll and the impact of running backsMelvin Gordon and James White.Here is the full transcript of Andersen's conference call:Andersen: Obviously it was a great game, greatvictory for us out of conference. To play the way we played against what Ithink is a very talented BYU team was a great victory. Great for the kids to behome. Individual efforts, I thought Chris (Borland) was well deserving of theaward that he received for the week.He had a tremendous game coming off a hamstring injury and playing the way heplayed. He adds a little extra juice and energy to that defense from a leadershipstandpoint. It's great to have him on the field and get him back where it needsto be.I also thought that Dez Southward and N...
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