Wisconsin defense gets double good news for 2018, MVP stops by on the hardwood
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T.J. Edwards will return
Wisconsin got some very good news Tuesday when linebacker T.J. Edwards announced he’ll return for his senior season.
Jim Leonhard indicates he’s staying
A subject of coaching rumors last week, Wisconsin defensive coordinator Jim Leonhard seemed to indicate in a tweet that he expects to be back with the Badgers in 2018.
Wisconsin takes care of Indiana
Indiana still hasn’t won in Madison since 1998 after the Badgers got a season-high 28 points from Ethan Happ in a 71-61 win Tuesday night at the Kohl Center.
Aaron Rodgers at the Kohl Center
With some unexpected time on his hands, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers attended the Wisconsin-Indiana game. The Hoosiers tried to troll the two-time MVP on Twitter, but the Badgers were having none of it.
Alex Hornibrook, unquestioned starter
Criticized most of the season, quarterback Alex Hornibrook made it very clear with his Orange Bowl performance he is Wisconsin’s unquestioned starter heading into 2018, writes Jesse Temple.
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In our latest recruiting notebook, we have an update on wide receiver Nolan Groulx and cornerback Jairus Brents, along with a breakdown of the latest scholarship offer by the Badgers basketball team.
Gary Andersen back at Utah
Former Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen has returned to coaching. He is back at his alma mater — Utah — to serve as associate head coach and defensive assistant after abruptly leaving Oregon State midseason.
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