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Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst has extended a scholarship offer to Max Johnson, the son of a former NFL quarterback.

Wisconsin offers son of Super Bowl-winning QB; G D’Mitrik Trice held out of practice

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.

Wisconsin targets 2020 QB

Wisconsin has reportedly handed out its first known scholarship offer to a quarterback in the Class of 2020, and it’s to the son of Super Bowl-winning quarterback Brad Johnson.

Meanwhile, the Badgers have had a good start to their 2019 recruiting class, but here’s five more of their targets to watch as things start to heat up.

D’Mitrik Trice doesn’t practice

Out since early December, there was hope last week that D’Mitrik Trice would be back soon for the Wisconsin basketball team. But after not being cleared to face Illinois last Friday, and then not practicing on Monday, it appears the guard will miss his 10th straight game when the Badgers play at Iowa Wednesday night.

Jon Budmayr contract details released

New Wisconsin quarterbacks coach Jon Budmayr will make $150,000 in his first year, according to Jason Galloway at Madison.com.

Notre Dame interested in Bob Bostad

Bob Bostad could be on his way out of Madison again. The Badgers inside linebackers coach is reportedly under consideration for the open offensive line job at Notre Dame.

Wisconsin underclassmen still fighting

Junior forward Ethan Happ is Wisconsin’s best player, but it’s the younger guys on the team, including banged up freshman Brad Davison, that give the Badgers hope, writes Jeff Potrykus of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

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Getting ready for Iowa

The Badgers travel to face an underperforming Iowa team on Tuesday. From UWBadgers.com, here’s five things to know about the matchup against the Hawkeyes.

Hockey rankings

The Wisconsin women’s hockey team stayed at No. 1 in the polls for a 10th straight week, while the men’s team, despite beating No. 1 Notre Dame on Sunday, remained at No. 18.

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