Badgers have questions surrounding offensive linemen

There aren’t many years where you can say that the Wisconsin Badgers have uncertainly along the offensive line.  However, entering the 2015 season the starting five is a fluid dynamic that will need to be ironed out before the Badgers kick their season off against the preseason #3 Alabama Crimson Tide. As fall practice gets started, Paul Chryst had this to say about it via JS...
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August 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Ohio State Standouts Made a Statement in the Big Ten Championship Game

Heading into the Big Ten Conference Championship game, the Ohio State Buckeyes knew they needed to win with style points over the Wisconsin Badgers to have a legitimate shot at reaching the College Football Playoff. With a third-string quarterback, the Buckeyes were actually the underdog, but it didn’t take long for sophomore Cardale Jones to flaunt his talents. By: Ian Wharton...
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December 09, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 Wisconsin Badgers Preseason Preview: Offensive line

Fall camp enters day three and we give you our third 2014 preseason preview…imagine how that happened, right? Previous Previews: Wide Receivers | Linebackers Up next on our way to giving you a quality look at the Wisconsin Badgers heading in to the grind of fall camp is a look at the offensive line. It’s a staple of what UW football is all about, but in recent years the depth...
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August 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Badgers positional preview: Offensive line

  This is the fifth 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: offensive line Rating (1-to-10 scale): 9 Projected starters: left tackle Tyler Marz (redshirt junior), left guard Dallas Lewallen (redshirt senior), center Dan Voltz (redshirt sophomore), right guard Kyle Costigan...
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June 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Focus will be on O-line recruits at Badgers' spring practices

MADISON, Wis. -- There were occasions last spring when Wisconsin's offensive line depth was so thin, practices couldn't even stretch to their intended length. Badgers coach Gary Andersen would instead end sessions early, simply to spare the health of his eight remaining linemen. Injuries and graduation are part of football, but spring practices showed the coaching staff just how...
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February 18, 2014  |  Discuss
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