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COREY CLEMENT RUMORS

'Bigger, faster' RB Clement poised to carry the load for Badgers offense

MADISON, Wis. -- Expecting to carry a bigger load this year at Wisconsin, running back Corey Clement focused on bulking up during the offseason in order to deliver more of a punch. The added muscle hasn't slowed him down judging by the way that Clement keeps sprinting into the end zone at Badgers training camp. Once again, Wisconsin has a new head coach with former offensive coordinator...
Via AP on Fox
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Wisconsin factory of running backs continues to produce

While the Wisconsin Badgers lost a heavy (no pun intended) amount of talented offensive linemen, don’t expect a significant drop-off in the UW running attack in 2015. The first thing folks may point to in citing a possible decline in Madison is the loss of Melvin Gordon, who ran for the second most all-time yards in a campaign last season. While the point is valid that Gordon...
Via The Student Section
18 days ago  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Corey Clement Ready for Challenge Ahead as UW’s lead RB

Guess what? There is no more Melvin Gordon in the Wisconsin Badgers backfield. As strange as that may seem to some and as quickly as the time has gone, the Badgers backfield will move on. Next in line is junior running back Corey Clement. Living in the wake of a 2,000-yard rusher can be a daunting task for some, but for Clement it is all about the opportunity in front of him. One...
Via Madtown Badgers
July 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Mike Riley wants Huskers to remember trash talk

The award for best trash talk at Big Ten Media days goes to Wisconsin running back Corey Clement. Clement is the new kid on the block, but is supposed to burst onto the scene and become the Badgers next great running back. Yesterday, Clement’s told John Gaskins of 93.7 the Ticket in Lincoln, the Badgers are like the cool trendy iphone while rival Nebraska is like an old flip-phone...
Via Campus Sports Net
July 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Mike Riley Expects His Nebraska Team To “Latch Onto” The Trash Talk From Wisconsin Running Back Corey Clement

The best trash talking on Day 1 of Big Ten Media Days in Chicago came from Wisconsin running back Corey Clement.  Clement said the Badgers are like the cool, trendy iPhone while rival Nebraska is like an old flip-phone.  “That’s how I compare Wisconsin to Nebraska. Nebraska is a flip phone (laughs with reporters), and Wisconsin is an iPhone,” he said.  Nebraska coach Mike...
Via College Spun
July 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Running Back Corey Clement On Badgers-Huskers Rivalry: “Nebraska Is A Flip Phone, Wisconsin Is An iPhone”

You never quite know what kind of quotes you’ll get out of media days. While some coaches and players are very reserved, others aren’t shy with the media, and are willing to take a swing or two at their rivals in the process. Put Wisconsin running back Corey Clement in the Steve Spurrier/Mike Leach/Cardale Jones category. During today’s Big Ten media day, Clement used an extended...
Via College Spun
July 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Wisconsin Running Back Corey Clement Wants To Rush For “No Less” Than 2,000 Yards This Season

Melvin Gordon, one of the greatest running backs in the history of the Wisconsin football program, will certainly be missed in Madison, Wisc., this season.  He won’t be too missed if Corey Clement has the type of season he’s aiming for, though.  At Big Ten Media Days in Chicago, Gordon’s replacement at tailback for the Badgers said his personal goal for the season is to rush...
Via College Spun
July 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Prospect primer: Corey Clement | RB | Wisconsin

As soon as Corey Clement announced his commitment to the Wisconsin Badgers out of high school, it was pretty apparent he was going to be next in a long line of Wisconsin running backs that shined once they got their opportunity for meaningful carries. As a true freshman (who generally don’t get much playing time at Wisconsin) he carried the ball only 67 times but rushed for 547...
Via EndZoneScore
July 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Wisconsin football: Going in wrong direction

Gary Andersen’s Wisconsin football team has had a week to forget. All was well in Badger land when Corey Clement’s two-yard touchdown run extended the lead to 24-7 early in the third quarter against LSU on Saturday. The remainder of the second half was a disaster. The Tigers scored 21 unanswered points, and Andersen added to a timeline that does not have the Badgers going in...
Via isportsweb.com
September 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Badgers' Clement catches own downfield pass

Corey Clement is in line to be Wisconsin's No. 2 running back this fall behind Melvin Gordon. He's not listed on the depth chart at quarterback or wide receiver, although maybe he should be. In a video he posted on Instagram, Clement is shown throwing a pass downfield -- which appears to travel at least 25-30 yards -- and then running after it to make the catch. Perhaps the Badgers...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
May 27, 2014  |  Discuss
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