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Wisconsin Badgers Roll To Victory At Camp Randall

Kenzel Doe #3 of the Wisconsin Badgers runs with the football on a kick return during first half of the game at Camp Randall Stadium. (Mandatory Credit: Mike McGinnis/Getty Images) The Wisconsin Badgers absolutely destroyed the Bowling Green Falcons on Saturday by the score of 68-17. The Badgers set a Big Ten record by rushing for 644 yards. Melvin Gordon led the way with 253 yards...
Via The Sports Journal
September 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Notebook: Doe confident as Badgers' kick, punt returner

MADISON, Wis. -- Kenzel Doe is capable of electrifying an entire stadium with one burst of speed through a gap in kick and punt return coverage. He has flashed those skills in two separate games during his career, zipping away for touchdowns at critical moments. But Doe also has proven thus far to be a high-risk, high-reward player for Wisconsin's return game. For every touchdown...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
August 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Badgers positional preview: Wide receivers

  This is the second in a series of 11 previews leading up to the Wisconsin football team's Aug. 4 start of practice. You can find the entire series here. Today's position: Wide receivers Rating (1-to-10 scale): 5 Projected starters: Jordan Fredrick (redshirt junior), Kenzel Doe (senior) Key backups: Rob Wheelwright (sophomore), Alex Erickson (redshirt sophomore), Reggie Love (redshirt...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
June 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Most Important Badgers No. 7: Kenzel Doe

  Wisconsin Badgers beat writer Jesse Temple will be analyzing the 25 most important players to the Badgers' success in the 2014 season. Check back each weekday to see the latest player on the list. You can find every report here. Note: This is not a list of the team's 25 best players or a series about past success, but rather which of them means the most to how Wisconsin will...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
June 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Despite size, little production, Doe wants to be top receiver

MADISON, Wis. -- Wisconsin wide receiver Kenzel Doe, you may have heard by now, is not a particularly big man. At 5-foot-8, he is one of the shortest players on the team, in fact. And his weight of 170 pounds is less than every single player but one backup kicker. For the purpose of comparison, consider that the average height and weight of the Big Ten's top 10 receivers last season...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
April 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Badgers 2014 Spring Game: What We Learned ☆

When the game doesn’t count and the score was a measly two field goal, 6-0, affair it’s safe to say there wasn’t a lot to get excited about. Considering the number of injuries that limited the offense, one could’ve expected the defense ahead of the offense. Despite the lackluster score and the different format, at least we were able to learn a few things about the Badgers...
Via Madtown Badgers
April 13, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 Badger Spring Game Preview: What to Watch on Offense ☆

Is it just us, the Final Four run or the insanely long winter…but does anyone else feel as though the annual Badger spring football game sure snuck up on us all this year? I’m guessing it’s a combination of the last two. Reality is, come Saturday afternoon the Badgers will be on full display in the annual spring game. However, it won’t be the same as in previous years as...
Via Madtown Badgers
April 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Kenzel Doe’s 91-yard kickoff return for touchdown vs. South Carolina

Wisconsin's Kenzel Doe scored an electric 91-yard touchdown on a kickoff return against South Carolina in the Capital One Bowl.
Via Gamedayr
January 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Kenzel Doe uses great stiffarm on kickoff return for touchdown (Video)

Wisconsin’s Kenzel Doe proved that the Big Ten does have some SEC-worthy speed. Doe scored on a 91-yard kickoff return against South Carolina in the Capital One Bowl on Wednesday. The best part of the play was Doe utilizing a mean stiffarm to help him break free at around the 32-yard line. The special teams […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 01, 2014  |  Discuss
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