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Paul Chryst has his No. 2 quarterback
Six days after telling reporters it was too early to name a backup quarterback, Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst told 100.5 FM in Madison on Thursday night that freshman Jack Coan would be the Badgers No. 2 quarterback this fall.
More honors for Troy Fumagalli
Most are expecting a big year for Troy Fumagalli, and the expectations continue to climb as ESPN selected the senior as its preseason first-team All-American at tight end.
Patrick Garwo likes Wisconsin
With an offense that loves to run the ball and a rich history of talented runners, Wisconsin is a very attractive option for Class of 2019 running back Patrick Garwo. In his latest recruiting notebook, Jesse Temple introduces you to Garwo and explains his admiration for the Badgers’ running game.
Wisconsin will be in the top 4
The Badgers will start the year in the top 10 of both major polls for the first time since 2007, but ESPN’s David Pollack thinks they’ll go even higher during the season.
2018 commit Chase Wolf among top players in Ohio
In its Top 19 on 19 series, Fox 19 in Cincinnati named Wisconsin quarterback commit Chase Wolf as its No. 2 player in the state of Ohio.
Garrett Dooley ready for a big season
After playing in the shadow of Vince Biegel and T.J. Watt in 2016, outside linebacker Garrett Dooley is primed for a big senior season.
He's a gamer on and off the field
There's also special motivation and purpose to Garret Dooley you may not know. https://t.co/yJCOJh4noM
— Wisconsin Football (@BadgerFootball) August 24, 2017
Wisconsin back home
With its five-game exhibition tour to New Zealand and Australia in the books, the Wisconsin basketball team returned to the United States on Thursday. Take a look at all the Badgers experienced during their trip.
P.J. Rosowski put on scholarship
Wisconsin is famous for its walk-on program and it has its latest success story. Junior P.J. Rosowski, who handles the Badgers kickoff duties, was put on scholarship this week, according to Jeff Potrykus of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Corey Clement finds the end zone
For a second straight game, former Badgers running back Corey Clement found the end zone for the Philadelphia Eagles. The undrafted free agent went in from 3 yards out in the second quarter and finished the night with 42 yards on 9 carries in the Eagles’ 38-31 victory over the Dolphins in Miami.
— John Harris (@That_Duude_John) August 25, 2017
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