Found August 15, 2012 on Madtown Badgers:
courtesy Dan Sanger/BadgerBlitz After a spring game performance that left a lot to be desired from the wide receiver group (and that's being nice) many thought this would easily be the weakest and most worrisome position group on the offensive side of the ball for Wisconsin. Fast forward to day number nine of Badgers camp and the question is shifting from can anyone else step up to can this be a position of strength for the 2012 season? It's a question that's worth exploring because most of the "talent" we saw in spring has taken a back seat to players that weren't there either do to injury or because they weren't yet on campus. Whatever the reason, this isn't the same unit we saw dropping passes left and right and lacking any chemistry with the QB's just a few months ago.  Just over a week into camp and the presumption that Jeff Duckworth is going to be the 2nd wide receiver needs to be gone. Sure, he's got experience, but at...
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