2018 Wisconsin TEs/FBs preview: Badgers need to replace significant starters

These two position groups are always interesting for UW. With all the talk of how potent the Wisconsin Badgers’ offense could be during the 2018 season, Paul Chryst’s offense will have to replace two key contributors. Tight end Troy Fumagalli walked on and worked his way up to becoming one of the great tight ends in recent Wisconsin memory, leading the Badgers in receptions last...
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13 days ago

Surprise: A fullback is a major factor within Wisconsin’s offense

America’s fullback shares his thoughts on carrying the rock and blocking well. During last weekend’s win over Minnesota, Austin Ramesh displayed one aspect of his intriguing skill set perhaps uncommon to a typical fullback. On a 3rd-and-1 in the second quarter, the back lined up to the right side of the formation by tight end Kyle Penniston, then proceeded to take a handoff to...
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December 01, 2017

WATCH: Badger Sports Report with Paul Chryst - UW 59 Utah State 10

In the season opener for the Wisconsin Badgers it took them a while to get going, but when they did they didn't look back. Paul Chryst and Matt Lepay discuss the Badgers big win at the start of Camp Randall Stadium's 100th anniversary season. We also hear from some former Badgers about what it means to call yourself a Badger and we salute senior fullback Austin Ramesh.
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September 07, 2017  |  Discuss

Alec Ingold, Austin Ramesh provide versatility as fullbacks to Wisconsin offense

Long live the fullbacks. Seriously. What can’t Alec Ingold and Austin Ramesh do in the Wisconsin Badgers’ offense? As we’ve seen with former UW fullbacks, the 2017 iteration of the fan-cherished position group is versatile and effective. With both players, you see a combination of skill sets that heavily contribute to the success of the offense. In 2016, the two leading fullbacks...
Via Bucky's 5th Quarter
June 03, 2017

Wisconsin football: Zack Baun, Jacob Maxwell, Austin Ramesh questionable vs. Minnesota

Not much changes in this week’s preliminary injury report. MADISON — The No. 5 Wisconsin Badgers head into Axe Week relatively healthy with no new injuries to adjust for. Wisconsin (9-2, 6-2 Big Ten) listed outside linebacker Zack Baun (left leg), right tackle Jacob Maxwell (right shoulder) and fullback Austin Ramesh (right shoulder) as questionable for their Saturday matchup against...
Via Bucky's 5th Quarter
November 21, 2016

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