AUSTIN TRAYLOR RUMORS

Ailing Badgers get much-needed respite during bye week

MADISON -- Winners of five straight games, Wisconsin could use a break.A much-needed bye week has given the 23rd-ranked Badgers (8-2, 5-1 Big Ten) hope that several injured players will be able to return next week. Coach Paul Chryst said that includes starting tight end Austin Traylor, who returned to practice Wednesday although he was held out of contact drills.Traylor, one of the...
Via Associated Press
November 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Battered No. 23 Wisconsin gets much-needed break with bye

MADISON, Wis. (AP) Winners of five straight games, Wisconsin could use a break. A much-needed bye week has given the 23rd-ranked Badgers (8-2, 5-1 Big Ten) hope that several injured players will be able to return next week. Coach Paul Chryst said that includes starting tight end Austin Traylor, who returned to practice Wednesday although he was held out of contact drills. Traylor...
Via Associated Press
November 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Starting TE Traylor out 4-8 weeks with arm injury

The injury bug continues to spread throughout college football and has hit the Wisconsin Badgers.The team is already without Corey Clement, a slew of offensive lineman, and could be without number one wide receiver Alex Erickson. Now they got word that starting tight end Austin Traylor is out 4-8 weeks with an arm injury.The injury occurred in the second half of Wisconsin's loss...
Via FOX Sports
October 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Wisconsin TE Austin Traylor out 4-8 weeks

Wisconsin Badgers senior tight end Austin Traylor recently underwent a procedure on his right arm and will be out four to eight weeks as a result. Jason Galloway of the Wisconsin State Journal reported Traylor’s injury. Traylor initially hurt himself while being tackled during Wisconsin’s 10-6 loss to Iowa last weekend and had the procedure done Monday. A former three-star...
Via Campus Sports Net
October 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Video: Joel Stave hits Austin Traylor for a 20-yd TD strike

The Wisconsin Badgers are looking much better than they did in the opening game against Alabama. Quarterback Joel Stave has already thrown for two touchdowns early in the second quarter. His latest one to wide receiver Austin Traylor was certainly a beauty. Check out the sweet pass that put his team up 20-0 against Miami-Ohio. The Red Hawks are certainly no Crimson Tide, but Stave...
Via Campus Sports Net
September 12, 2015  |  Discuss
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