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Former Wisconsin quarterback Darrell Bevell scored one of the most memorable and improbable touchdowns in Badgers history in the 1994 Rose Bowl.

Ex-Wisconsin quarterback Darrell Bevell still wants to coach

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Darrell Bevell still looking to coach

For the first time since before he took a snap for the Badgers, Darrell Bevell isn’t getting ready for a football season. But the former Wisconsin quarterback definitely wants to be, writes the Wisconsin State Journal’s Tom Oates.

New dream, new purpose for Jared Abbrederis

With pro football now behind him, former Badgers wide receiver Jared Abbrederis is moving into the next chapter of his life. As explained by UWBadgers.com’s Mike Lucas, that life will feature a different dream and a new purpose.

Team Impact

This week, organizers for The Opening Finals have been revealing the various teams each player will be a part of. On Wednesday, Badgers quarterback commit Graham Mertz learned he’ll be with Team Impact.

Badgers put in the work

Badgers are fierce animals, but Wisconsin is using the pack mentality of wolves in preparation for the upcoming season, as this latest UWBadgers.com video shows.

Semar Melvin felt welcome

After committing to the Badgers earlier in June, cornerback Semar Melvin told Bucky’s 5th Quarter it was the “natural” and “welcoming” feeling that sold him on Wisconsin.

Next Wisconsin kicker?

Rafael Gaglianone will graduate after this season, so coach Paul Chryst will be looking for a new kicker. Could it be Blake Wilcox? The in-state target, who hit a 59-yard field goal last season, just got a walk-on offer from the Badgers.

Badgers on the lake

As part of the Badgers Give Back program, a number of Wisconsin athletes, including football players Micah Kapoi and Michael Deiter, spent time fishing with veterans of the armed forces recently.

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