Part of the group that held the Wisconsin offense without a touchdown in the second half, the Badgers' defensive line - led by senior Warren Herring - are starting to build some chemistry.
Although he's playing his third position in four seasons at Wisconsin, junior nose tackle Warren Herring is starting to find his footing, entering this weekend's nonconference game against BYU as the team's leader in sacks and tackles for loss.
MADISON, Wis. -- They have not developed a clever moniker. No "Smash and Dash" or "Thunder and Lightning." Nose guards don't garner much publicity anyway, so Wisconsin's Beau Allen and Warren Herring are fine keeping it that way.
"We'll talk about it," Herring said. "I don't know. I don't have a nickname yet."
MADISON, Wis. -- If Beau Allen and Warren Herring do their jobs correctly on the football field, then 600 pounds of human flesh will simultaneously converge on them dozens of times every Saturday in the fall. They will draw double teams from the biggest, burliest offensive linemen to the point of sheer exhaustion, and then begin the process all over again the next play.
And if they...
Another day closer to the start of Badger football and the new era ahead, who else isn't already excited? Well, if you aren't perhaps remembering that it's all of 45 days to Badger football, or as we like to say here at MTB... Just Warren Herring to Badger football 2013!
Herring was thrust into action thanks to nagging injuries all season long along the defensive...
The Wisconsin University football team broke up spring practice this week with an entertaining one-on-one dance off in front of the whole team.
As this video can attest, some of these Badgers are pretty agile for 300-pound, cheese-fed, Midwestern boys. Although anyone on this Big Ten dance team would be lucky to score a six anywhere but the football field.
After some surprisingly...
It's been the spring of dance memes in college football, primarily the played-out "Harlem Shake." Wisconsin went a different way in practice this week. What looks like your typical "Bull in a Ring" session breaks out in a dance-off among the Badgers. Stick around for Warren Herring getting his groove on. Big fella can move, but hope he wore a cup.
Entering its third and final week of fall camp, No.12 Wisconsin has its top three defensive tackles in Beau Allen, Etham Hemer and Warren Herring. The battle for the next spot is still ongoing between redshirt sophomore Bryce Gilbert and true freshman Arthur Goldberg.