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Wisconsin Football: Defensive line preview

There will be three new faces on the defensive line when Wisconsin takes the field Aug. 30 for the season opener against LSU. Just one year removed from transitioning to a 3-4 defense, the Badgers must not only replace the three primary starters from the trenches—Beau Allen, Ethan Hemer and Pat Muldoon—but also their top backup, Tyler Dippel. Defensive coordinator Dave Aranda...
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May 30, 2014  |  Discuss

5 things you need to know about Philadelphia Eagles’ NT Beau Allen

The Philadelphia Eagles took Wisconsin NT Beau Allen with their seventh and final pick (No. 224 overall) in the NFL draft. Allen played against Chip Kelly in the Rose Bowl a few years ago, and is a massive body who will help against the run. Here are five things you need to know about Allen. 1. He’s a pretty funny Tweeter. Seriously, go check him out. 2. In his spare time, Allen...
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May 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Fan reaction to the Philadelphia Eagles’ selection of NT Beau Allen

With the No. 224 overall pick of the NFL Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles selected Wisconsin NT Beau Allen. He’ll add much needed beef and depth behind starter Bennie Logan Here’s how Twitter reacted to the selection: Welcome DT @Beau_Allen to the @Eagles! #FlyEaglesFly #EaglesNation — Alexandria Semmler (@ALeighSem) May 10, 2014 You wanted a giant nose tackle and you got one...
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May 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Eagles Draft Wisconsin Defensive Tackle Beau Allen in the Seventh Round

With their final pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, the Eagles drafted Wisconsin defensive tackle Beau Allen with the 224th overall selection. Allen is your traditional anchoring nose tackle at 6-2 and 333 pounds. At Wisconsin, he played in all 54 games, making 26 starts over his final two seasons. As a senior, he was an All-Big Ten honorable mention. He is built low to the ground is known...

Beau Allen: I hope I surprised NFL teams, scouts

Obviously I wasn't at the combine and I really had to make the most of the Pro Day and had to make the most of my opportunity and I think I did that. I'm really happy with the way I performed overall. Looking back I wish I could have done better on one or two of the drills, but I'll take the times I got. I think everyone was for the most part really happy with my performance. I think...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
March 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Beau Allen: Excited, ready -- and comfortable -- for Pro Day

I'm back in Madison, just trying to get everything tuned up before Pro Day. Hanging out at Camp Randall feels weird -- being back at Madison not as a student. But it's exciting and cool to see all the old teammates and all the other guys who were off training and tricking back for Pro Day. It's fun to talk to all the guys about what programs their doing and what college athletes...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
February 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Beau Allen: Life between workouts (and avoiding candy)

I'm pretty much working out every day. On Monday, Wednesday and Friday in the mornings we'll do workouts on the football field, kind of more position specific drills, 1-on-1s, footwork drills, run reads, things like that. Then we'll also work on our 40, our running mechanics, our pro agility technique. Then we come back and do upper body on Mondays and Thursdays, then we do lower...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
February 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Beau Allen: It's Shrine time

I think the season went well. Obviously it ended disappointingly with the loss in the Capital One Bowl to South Carolina, but looking back we played a lot of good football defensively. We put in a whole new scheme. I don't think we would have been successful as we were if we didn't have the experience of all the seniors up front and in the back with Dez. I thought that was a smooth...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
January 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Wisconsin senior duo hopes to leave legacy in last 'Axe' game

MADISON, Wis. -- When Brendan Kelly and Beau Allen have a free moment together, chances are you can find them fist bumping and waving as part of their own special handshake. The intricacies are left to secrecy, but the crux of the shake revolves around the formation of an "M," in much the same way as Texas' "Hook 'em Horns" hand sign. "It's an M for Minnesota boys," Kelly said....
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
November 20, 2013  |  Discuss
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