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Fans at Camp Randall Stadium could be watching a top-10 team in 2018.

Wisconsin could be a top-10 team to start 2018; LB Jack Cichy invited to scouting combine

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.

Top 10 to start 2018?

Though a national champion hasn’t even been crowned for the 2017 football season, Athlon is already looking toward 2018. And the outlet is a big fan of Wisconsin, ranking the Badgers No. 8 in its way-too-early top 25.

Jack Cichy invited to NFL combine

Linebacker Jack Cichy didn’t play a snap for the Badgers this season because of a torn right ACL, but Tom Oates of the Wisconsin State Journal reports Cichy has earned an invitation to the NFL scouting combine next month in Indianapolis.

Is Paul Chryst a Wisconsin lifer?

He’s been Wisconsin’s coach for three years, but already people are wondering if Paul Chryst will end up spending the rest of his career with the Badgers. In his latest fan mailbag, Jesse Temple gives you his answer on that and more.

One Wisconsin player on AP All-Bowl team

Guard Beau Benzschawel was the lone member of the Badgers to be named to the AP’s All-Bowl team released Wednesday.

Wisconsin among the best in football and basketball

NCAA.com put together a list of the schools with the most success in football and basketball during the past decade, and the Badgers came in near the top.

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What we learned: Indiana

The Badgers picked up their fifth consecutive win Tuesday night against Indiana. These are the five things we learned in that victory.

Latest on Wisconsin injuries

Guard Brevin Pritzl was held out of full team drills Wednesday, according to Jim Polzin of the Wisconsin State Journal. The Badgers guard missed the game Tuesday against Indiana with a concussion. Meanwhile, Jeff Potrykus of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports guard D’Mitrik Trice remains a few weeks away from returning to practice following foot surgery in December.

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