Posted March 28, 2013 on wisconsin.scout.com
PLAYERS: Ryan Groy
TEAMS: Wisconsin Badgers
Now the senior leader of Wisconsin's depleted offensive line, Ryan Groy talks about moving into a leadership role, the challenge of spring practice with low numbers and his fourth offensive line coach in the past three seasons.
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