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After a brief hiatus, the Sconnie Scoop is back. The segment will be featured on Monday. Wednesday, and Friday of each week, bringing you the latest Badgers news and notes from around the world wide web.  Redshirt freshman Dan Voltz left Wednesday's practice with an apparent hamstring injury. UW offensive line coach T.J. Woods told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel's Jeff Portykus that the injury was likely just a "tweak." Voltz, who was projected to be the starting center this season will undergo additional evaluation. Redshirt junior Dallas Lewallen took over at center with Voltz unavailable.  Adam Rittenberg of ESPN.com broke down the Badgers 2013 football schedule today. See what the veteran blogger had to say about the upcoming year by clicking here.  The UW athletic department issued a report about season ticket sales for several sports early Wednesday. The rate of renewal for general public football season tickets was at 95 percent, down from 97.5 p...
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