Found April 27, 2012 on Madtown Badgers:
On Tuesday's edition of Badgers Power Hour Arman and myself talked about some of the things we'd be watching for on Saturday in the Spring football game and if you haven't checked that out already I highly suggest doing so as it's pretty in depth and player specific.  However, things have been changing over this week with injuries, announcements, etc. involving the roster of players available for the game on Saturday. With the changes and all that's happened since just Tuesday we present you with a small guide to the positions and players you should be watching for in Saturday's spring football game.  After all the score doesn't matter, it's all about player development, right? Things We'll Be Watching on Saturday:  1. Melvin Gordon: All indications are that Gordon has really been explosive behind the new offensive line and with almost, if not all, other running backs out of the game on Saturday look for this to be as good a chance as any for G...
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