Posted April 06, 2013 on
After the defense dominated Wednesday's practice, Wisconsin's first-team offense answered back, as Joel Stave threw a pair of touchdown passes while James White and Kenzel Doe each found the end zone in the Badgers' public scrimmage Saturday morning.
BEST OF MAXIM
MADISON, Wis. Separation is beginning to emerge in the Wisconsin quarterback battle as spring practices stretch past the halfway point. Curt Phillips and Joel Stave, the two leading candidates for the job, continue to share first-team offense repetitions. But Saturday, at least, was Stave's day to shine.
Stave threw two impressive touchdown passes during the scrimmage portion...
Wisconsin opened up it's scrimmage to the public on Saturday morning and more than 800 people were in attendance on what was a decent, but windy day according to those in attendance. What they saw was an offense that was ahead of the defense, who just three days prior had impressed more.
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