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Wisconsin receiver Jared Abbrederis will be evaluated over the next two days for a head injury before it is determined if he can play against Illinois on Saturday.
Abbrederis was knocked out of the Northwestern game in the first half.
Badgers coach Gary Andersen says the team will know more about the star receiver's status ''in the next 48 hours.''
Abbrederis is second in the Big Ten, averaging nearly six catches and 108 yards receiving per game, trailing only Penn State's Allen Robinson.
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MADISON, Wis. -- It's been said before that Jared Abbrederis is Wisconsin's entire wide receiver corps. There are other players, yes, but when one man has twice as many catches as the rest of his group combined, his impact on a game is especially evident.
So when Abbrederis sustained a head injury during the first quarter of Wisconsin's 35-6 victory against No. 19 Northwestern...
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Forced to play the final three quarters with senior Jared Abbrederis out of the game with a head injury, sophomore quarterback Joel Stave and the offense unleashed a balanced aerial assault that kept Wisconsin well ahead of No.19 Northwestern.
MADISON, Wis. -- Bo Ryan rattled off a list of areas for Sam Dekker to improve -- quicker feet, better defense, better finisher at the rim, more consistent shooter -- when he stopped himself Friday afternoon. Every player on his team, he said, had room for growth.
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Defense, defense, defense and some more defense as the Wisconsin Badgers completely shut down the potent Northwestern offense in a 35-6 win.
Wisconsin limited Northwestern to just 2-for-17 on third downs and broke the Wildcats’ seven game streak of at least scoring 30 points.
The Badgers came up with a season-high seven sacks from seven different players.
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