Found April 10, 2013 on
Guess what? We're just a few weeks from the NFL Draft!! Yippie.... Yep, that's where were at here in the doldrums of the offseason, but at least as Badgers fans we can look forward to at least a few names of former Badgers being called at the draft, right?
Well, as ESPN ramps up their coverage heading into the draft they just recently did a profile on Wisconsin's Montee Ball as part of their Sports Science feature:
Safe to say the dude is powerful... as in having a more powerful stiff arm than the almight Adrian Peterson did in his Sports Science game changer test. At least these sets of drills actually measure things that will matter come Sunday's in the NFL - but hey what do we know having seen this guy for four straight years in the Badgers backfield right?
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Welcome to the silly season officially as the unofficial end of the college calendar went down last night - just don't tell that to UW's softball team, who will be looking for redemption this weekend after a 1-2 weekend at the hands of the hated Gophers, or to the track & field teams, or rowing for that matter either.
Sure, they may be minor sports to some, but...
Melvin Gordon and James White started things off for the Wisconsin football team with a good old fashioned dance-off during a spring practice recently. They were followed by a number of other participants who all put forth a fairly great effort. The results of the dance off are pretty conclusive, but it looks like any viewer of this video has also won.
It's been the spring of dance memes in college football, primarily the played-out "Harlem Shake." Wisconsin went a different way in practice this week. What looks like your typical "Bull in a Ring" session breaks out in a dance-off among the Badgers. Stick around for Warren Herring getting his groove on. Big fella can move, but hope he wore a cup.
I thought doing the “Dougie” was old news. Nope. Wisconsin’s Melvin Gordon and James White had a dance-off after practice yesterday. I have no idea who won.
The Wisconsin Badgers busted out some sweet moves during a dance-off at spring practice. Just more evidence that Mad-town knows how to Bucky.
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The NBA draft scouting process is already beginning, if you can believe it. I know I couldn't, but that notwithstanding expect UW to have some pretty good representation in the tournament as multiple ex-Badgers will take part in the Portsmouth Invitational, which gets underway today.
What Badgers are participating? It appears that Brian Butch, Marcus Landry, Trevon Hughes...