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REGGIE MITCHELL RUMORS

Eyes On the Defense

Offense is what everyone notices. It’s always the focus of stories. Especially in the spring practices where contact is more limited, so it is easier for the skill positions to stand out. It doesn’t feel this way for this spring. Even with all eyes on Chad Voytik. Even with the annual angst concerning the O-line. No, the questions, concerns issues of depth all seem to be on the...
Via Pitt Blather
March 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Clearing Football Tabs

Really, really have to get caught up on the open tabs. It’s only a month until training camp. At some point, I suppose we will get the official word that Pitt has added another Wisconsin transfer. According to a source, the UW staff has parted ways with rising redshirt freshman safety Reggie Mitchell. Safeties coach Bill Busch was not available Wednesday. However, WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh...
Via Pitt Blather
July 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Badgers face major issues at Safety as Vercher has transcript issues

Remember last week when I said it wasn't time to start worrying much with the transfer of Reggie Mitchell out of the program? Well, you can feel free to worry a TON now as there are multiple reports indicating that incoming JUCO transfer Donnell Vercher will not be incoming after all.  It appears that there are issues with his transcripts (not grade related folks) at the...
Via Madtown Badgers
June 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Badgers safety Reggie Mitchell makes surprising departure from Madison

MADISON, Wis. If Wisconsin's secondary depth contained questions during spring practices, those questions have already increased as the team's summer workouts begin. According to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, safety Reggie Mitchell, a redshirt freshman, has left the Wisconsin program. WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh reported Mitchell had been released from his scholarship and would...
Via Fox Sports Wisconsin
June 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Reggie Mitchell transferring to Pitt, Lewis moving to Secondary

In the past 72 hours we've seen a lot of transfer news coming out of Wisconsin, first it was Danny O'Brien, then it was fellow QB Chase Knox, and now today, perhaps the most surprising of all the news comes out: redshirt freshman Reggie Mitchell is transferring from Wisconsin to Pitt.  At least that is what is being reported by media outlets in Pittsburgh and by the...
Via Madtown Badgers
June 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Safety depth issues key two position switches

Wisconsin is into the heat of spring ball and they apparently are finding out that depth at Safety is a major concern despite what has been some good play from Reggie Mitchell, who made a switch form corner to safety this offseason. Those depth concerns have led the Badgers to move two long time offensive players to safety in the hopes of making that position better, according to...
Via Madtown Badgers
March 19, 2013  |  Discuss
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