Will Wisconsin ever sell beer at Camp Randall Stadium? How deep are Badgers at WR?
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Deepest WR group in school history?
Wisconsin returns its entire wide receiver unit from last season and added several impressive freshmen. Could this group end up being the deepest in school history? According to the Wisconsin State Journal’s Jason Galloway, they have a chance.
The Badgers have a number of players that could hear their names called during the NFL draft next week, including several from the state of Wisconsin. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Tom Silverstein looks at where those guys could end up coming off the board.
Jonathan Taylor still working
Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor did a lot of good things as a freshman, but he’s looking to improve his ball security and to make an impact in the passing game in 2018.
The leader among the OLBs
Last year at this time, Andrew Van Ginkel was the new guy. Now, he’s the most experienced outside linebacker on the team. As UWBadgers.com’s Mike Lucas writes, Van Ginkel has taken on a role of teacher to the others at the position.
Ryan Groy’s late father still with him
The father of former Wisconsin offensive lineman Ryan Groy passed away three years ago, but the lessons he taught his son have stayed with him as his career in the NFL has taken off.
Chris Borland staying busy
Former Badgers linebacker Chris Borland famously retired after his rookie year in the NFL, not wanting to risk further injury to his brain. But he’s stayed busy, including raising money for military veterans and NFL alumni dealing with traumatic injuries.
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