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Former Wisconsin cornerback Nick Nelson set a school record for pass breakups in 2017.

Former Wisconsin CB gets boom-or-bust label; Corey Clement turns weatherman

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.

Nick Nelson could boom or bust

Former Wisconsin cornerback Nick Nelson was fantastic in his one season with the Badgers. But, according to Pro Football Focus, Nelson is among five players it believes could be really good or really bad in the NFL.

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Corey Clement, weatherman?

Don’t look for running back Corey Clement to give up his day job anytime soon. The former Badgers standout and Super Bowl 52 hero went on a local Philadelphia TV station and tried — hilariously — to deliver the weather report.

Natrell Jamerson works out for New Orleans

The New Orleans Saints came to Madison recently to hold a private workout with former Badgers safety Natrell Jamerson.

Wisconsin fan mailbag

We open up our fan mailbag to answer questions about Wisconsin football recruiting, the latest scholarship offers by the basketball team and the impact high school teammates can have on recruits.

Nigel Hayes back in G-League

After two 10-day contracts with the Toronto Raptors, Nigel Hayes has returned to the NBA’s G-League. The former Wisconsin star has rejoined the Westchester Knicks, his home for much of the season.

Nobal Days is unique player

Long touted as one of the top recruits in Wisconsin in the 2019 class, Nobal Days is not your typical big man. Jesse Temple caught up with Days as he continues to weigh his college options.

Steph Curry dominated Wisconsin

Before Steph Curry became, well, Steph Curry, the future two-time NBA MVP treated Wisconsin to a shooting clinic in the 2008 NCAA Tournament. The Wisconsin State Journal’s Jim Polzin sat down with current assistant coach and former player Joe Krabbenhoft to re-examine Davidson’s Sweet 16 victory against the Badgers 10 years ago.

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