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Big scrimmage for Jonathan Taylor
Freshman Jonathan Taylor turned heads Friday
night during Wisconsin’s scrimmage, scoring a pair long touchdowns. Though the Badgers have two talented running backs in
sophomore Bradrick Shaw and junior Chris James, Taylor is showing he may be ready to help if needed in 2017, according
to Jeff Potrykus of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Despite a lack of experience and massive expectations, no one is worried about new defensive coordinator Jim Leonhard,
writes Tom Oates of the Wisconsin State Journal.
Toughest games for Wisconsin
We’re less than two weeks away from Wisconsin opening the season against Utah State. Before things get underway on Sept.
1, Jesse Temple ranks the five
toughest games on the Badgers 2017 schedule.
Wisconsin can learn from loss
The Badgers blew a double-digit lead in the fourth quarter and fell 90-89 to Melbourne United early Sunday morning in Australia.
While disappointing, coach Greg Gard believes he and his team learned
a lot in the exhibition loss. The Badgers’ final game in Australia is Tuesday.
The Badgers are among the favorites to land 3-star cornerback Marquis Williams from Pompano Beach, Fla., who will make
his announcement Monday night.
Healthy Rafael Gaglianone
After his 2016 season was ended early by a back injury, junior kicker Rafael Gaglianone has looked good in fall camp and
is ready for a new year, writes Jason Galloway of the Wisconsin State Journal.
Bryson Williams in the Super Six
Class of 2018 defensive tackle and Wisconsin commit Bryson Williams was named to the 2017
World-Herald Super Six — an honor for best players in Nebraska and western Iowa.
Big game for Isaac Guerendo
Wide receiver Isaac Guerendo wasted no time making an impression in his final high school season. The 3-star Wisconsin
commit in the Class of 2018 had 6 catches for 176 yards and 2 scores in his season opener, according
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