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Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen chose to go an interesting route when choosing a Halloween costume this year. Andersen dressed up as one of his own players – presumably Beau Allen, given the hair – and participated in a blocking drill with him in front of the team. The team absolutely loved it.
While he got the best of Allen the first time around, the senior nose guard actually tried the second time and, well, it wasn’t really much of a contest. Check it out:
… or could it? #Badgers pic.twitter.com/nQienuNc7h
— Badger Football (@BadgerFootball) October 31, 2013
Something tells me he won’t be suiting up against Iowa this Saturday. Let’s hope he keeps the mullet though.
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