Posted November 14, 2013 on wisconsin.scout.com
A late addition to Wisconsin's 2013 walk-on class, freshman kicker Andrew Endicott has made an impact to the Badgers' special teams this season, handling the kickoffs for the past six games. Badger Nation gets to know the freshman kicker a little better in the return of our popular feature.
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