Posted September 25, 2013 on
Ranking 90th in the country in passing through four games, Wisconsin quarterback Joel Stave knows the Badgers' passing games need to start hitting the marks if it wants to beat high-caliber teams, especially No.4 Ohio State.
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(Eds: With AP Photos.) By BENJAMIN WORGULL Associated Press Having the best seat in the house to watch Wisconsin's three running backs weave their way to the end zone, quarterback Joel Stave can't help but acknowledge how Melvin Gordon, James White and Corey Clement have eased some of the offense's burden.
Stave also knows it's hard to beat teams when the passing...
Welcome back to another edition of the mailbag. This week, we dive into the long-term viability of Joel Stave as Wisconsin's starting quarterback, the Badgers' most important player on the field for Saturday's game against Ohio State and the possibility of running back Melvin Gordon leaving for the NFL.
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