Wisconsin football coach Gary Andersen spoke with the media Tuesday morning on the Big Ten's weekly coaches teleconference. Predictably, Andersen was not asked a single question about Wisconsin's upcoming game against Purdue.
He was, however, asked 11 questions about the outcome of his team's game last week against Arizona State. Though Andersen has rehashed the game on two occasions already -- following Saturday's 32-30 loss and during his weekly Monday press conference with local media members -- he didn't shy away from more talk about the controversial final seconds.
Andersen discussed the idea of a better replay system and whether he would have quarterback Joel Stave hand the ball to referees if given another crack at the same situation. He was open and honest and, though still clearly upset, continued to handle questions with class.
"It is hard when the kids didn't get to decide the game on the field, and they never will be able to," Anders...