Posted April 21, 2013 on
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Sophomore quarterback Joel Stave threw for 161 yards and a touchdown as Wisconsin's defense beat the offense 61-47 in the team's spring scrimmage on Saturday.
Fully recovered from a broken collarbone on Oct.27, Stave staked his claim for the open QB job for the reigning three-time Big Ten champions under first-year coach Gary Andersen, completing 11 of his first 13 passes...
MADISON, Wis. The countdown to Wisconsin's first football game of the 2013 season stands at 133 days. And if Saturday's spring game was any indication, it might just take all 133 days before the Badgers finally choose a starting quarterback.
OK, perhaps we're talking too much hyperbole. Maybe it will only require 123 days.
"I wouldn't be surprised," Badgers...
MADISON, WI - Despite the admittedly vanilla nature of his team and despite missing 6 likely starters on Saturday afternoon at Camp Randall, Wisconsin head coach Gary Andersen and the 12,050 people in attendance were able to get some answers to key questions facing the Badgers in 2013.
The first question may have been why so vanilla, but that answer came quickly and bluntly...
For as crazy and unpredictable as the weather has been in the state of Wisconsin, Badgers fans should let out a huge sigh of relief for the sunny and relatively nice conditions for the 2013 Spring game.
12,050 dedicated fans came out to see the Cardinal squad (defense) edge out the White team (offense) by the score of 61-47.
When looking past the completely obscure scoring system...