MADISON, Wis. -- First thing's first: Tanner McEvoy would like to let it be known that he's still a quarterback.
He just isn't a quarterback right now.
"Every position has different ups and downs," he said. "But I love playing quarterback. I'm still going to try it when this is all good."
"This" is a broken bone in his left wrist, which made his task even more difficult. McEvoy broke his scaphoid, a small bone at the base of his left thumb, during the team's second scrimmage of fall practice while playing quarterback. Although he underwent surgery to insert a screw nearly three weeks ago, he still wears a small cast on the wrist for safety measures.
The injury prevented him from being able to take snaps under center, though he was clearly behind quarterbacks Joel Stave and Curt Phillips at that point. He briefly moved to wide receiver, but catching passes with a bum wrist wasn't exactly easy, either.
So now, just two months into his stint at Wisconsin, he is on to his third dif...