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Houston safety Collin Wilder announced Monday he would be transferring to Wisconsin.

Houston safety transferring to Wisconsin; Brad Davison likes being heckled

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Houston safety transferring to Wisconsin

Collin Wilder announced Monday he was transferring to Wisconsin. The Houston safety will have to sit out next season but will have two years of eligibility remaining.

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Brad Davison loves being heckled

It became obvious early in Brad Davison’s freshman year that he would draw the attention of opposing fan bases. It turns out the Badgers guard embraced getting heckled, including during a game at Michigan State.

Leadership important to Jack Sanborn

Wisconsin’s top football recruit in the Class of 2018, Jack Sanborn, learned to be a leader thanks to his family and his time on the football field. Jesse Temple catches up with the 4-star linebacker.

NFL résumé starts early at Wisconsin

As UWBadgers.com’s Andy Baggot writes, the NFL résumé of Wisconsin players begins when they are being recruited by the Badgers.

Former commit transferring

Antonio Williams, who was committed to the Badgers for more than a year before flipping to Ohio State, is now leaving the Buckeyes. The running back announced Monday he was transferring to North Carolina.

Kare Lyles could go west

Quarterback Kare Lyles announced Friday he was intending to transfer. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Jeff Potrykus tweeted that Lyles is looking at schools out west.

Biegel family starting new project

Former Wisconsin linebacker Vince Biegel announced he and his family are launching a new project called Rooted in Red, where you can see parts of their life on their cranberry farm and his career with the Green Bay Packers.

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