Found April 12, 2014 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
MADISON, Wis. -- Just when the race for Wisconsin's starting quarterback job was coming into focus, a 3 1/2-month hiatus now puts the kibosh on any new developments. Still, based on Tanner McEvoy's spring, talk among fans and college football enthusiasts is sure to sizzle into the summer and beyond. Wisconsin capped its 15-practice spring session with an annual spring game Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium, and the quarterback battle is now officially a two-man battle between McEvoy and Joel Stave. Stave, last season's starter, sat out the final week of spring to rest a sore right shoulder sustained during the team's Jan. 1 bowl game against South Carolina. And McEvoy took advantage of the opportunity, showing himself to be the clear challenger, ahead of teammates Bart Houston and D.J. Gillins. "That's been my goal ever since I got here," said McEvoy, who transferred from Arizona Western College last fall. "I just want to compete every day. In the l...
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