Found December 28, 2011 on College Football Talk:
PLAYERS: Peter Konz
TEAMS: Wisconsin Badgers
After missing the last three games of the regular season, Wisconsin center Peter Konz sounds like he’s finally ready to get back on the field. Konz told reporters this week as the Badgers prepare for the Rose Bowl against Oregon that he’s “trying to get as healthy as I can to play as physical as…
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