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Freshman wide receiver Danny Davis is poised to see playing time in 2017.

WR Danny Davis pushing for playing time, why Wisconsin will win the West — again — and the power of Jump Around

Wisconsin football and basketball are always the main topics in Bucky’s Breakfast, Land of 10’s daily Badgers notebook — but we cover news, notes and analysis across Badgers sports. Join us each morning to get caught up on everything you missed in the world of Wisconsin football, recruiting, basketball and more.

Danny Davis looks ready

The number of true freshmen that see the field for the Badgers in 2017 may not be big, but it looks like wide receiver Danny Davis could be among them, according to Jeff Potrykus of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. A 4-star recruit per the 247Sports composite rankings, Davis has steadily seen more snaps with the first-team offense, and recently pulled in what was likely the best catch of fall camp.

Why Wisconsin will win the Big Ten West

Wisconsin is the heavy favorite to win the Big Ten West for a third time in four seasons, and after breaking down the five real contenders in a number of different categories, Sam McKewon of the Omaha World-Herald believes the Badgers will prove the oddsmakers right.

The power of Jump Around

Jump Around has been called one of the best traditions in college football and it rarely disappoints. But now the earth-shaking moment between the third and fourth quarter at Wisconsin football games is getting the hype treatment from FOX Sports.

Wisconsin mailbag

In his latest fan mailbag, Jesse Temple answers questions on how Wisconsin can go from good to great, why sophomore Alex Hornibrook is the oldest quarterback on the roster and what the strong camp from freshman running back Jonathan Taylor means.

What we learned from Wisconsin’s overseas trip

The Badgers basketball team went 4-1 on its trip to Australia and New Zealand. Here are five things we learned about coach Greg Gard’s team.

Meanwhile, Jim Polzin of the Wisconsin State Journal caught up with Gard to get his biggest takeaways.

Defensive line aims for more production

The most veteran part of the Badgers defense is up front, and though the group is all about the success of the entire unit, putting up some bigger numbers is also a focus, writes Jason Galloway of the Wisconsin State Journal.

Utah State to bring new OL to Wisconsin

The Badgers are big favorites in their season opener against Utah State — and for several reasons. Among the biggest is the fact the Aggies will bring a brand new offensive line to town, according to Jason Turner of The Herald Journal.

New bag policy at Camp Randall Stadium

Wisconsin has implemented a new clear bag policy at Camp Randall Stadium for the 2017 season, and put together a video involving Bucky Badger to better explain it to fans before the first game on Sept. 1.

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