4-star G Tyler Herro de-commits; how 13-0 Wisconsin could get left out of College Football Playoff
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Wisconsin takes major recruiting hit
Tyler Herro, one of the highest-rated basketball recruits to ever commit to Wisconsin, reopened his recruitment Tuesday night. It was a stunning move by the 4-star guard that leaves the Badgers scrambling just a month before signing day.
Chaos could doom Wisconsin’s playoff hopes
It seems ridiculous to even consider, but ESPN says it’s possible that if enough chaos takes place throughout college football, that Wisconsin, as an unbeaten Big Ten champion, could get left out of the playoff.
Badgers earn midseason recognition
He was playing tight end two years ago at this time. Now, sophomore David Edwards is a Associated Press midseason All-American at right tackle for the Badgers. The guy he blocks for, freshman running back Jonathan Taylor, was a second-team selection.
As part of his weekly look at the most recent game, the Wisconsin State Journal’s Jason Galloway highlights Edwards, who he says is an emerging star.
Wisconsin fans will love Brad Davison
Junior center Ethan Happ said last Friday that Wisconsin wants guys that you love to play with and hate to play against. He thinks the Badgers have that with freshman Brad Davison, writes Jesse Temple.
Badgers give Garrett Groshek his own package
A quarterback in high school and the position he played when he first got to Wisconsin, walk-on Garrett Groshek moved to running back last spring. After five games of mostly mop-up duty, Groshek came in during a critical situation against Purdue and delivered. Here’s Jesse Temple on the latest contributor for coach Paul Chryst.
Wisconsin recruiting notebook
It’s been a busy week for Wisconsin on the recruiting trail, as the Badgers handed out four more scholarship offers in the Class of 2019, including to 3-star defensive end Michael Fletcher. Our latest recruiting notebook looks at him, as well as an update on how Wisconsin’s 2018 commitments are performing on the field this fall.
Anthony Lotti added to watch list
Anthony Lotti has had a solid sophomore season for the Badgers so far, and on Tuesday he was placed on the watch list for the Ray Guy Award, which goes to the top punter in the country.
— Ray Guy Award (@RayGuyAward) October 17, 2017
The past and future of Camp Randall Stadium
As Camp Randall Stadium celebrates its 100th year, Todd Milewski of Madison.com takes a deep dive into how the stadium has evolved into Wisconsin’s biggest cash creator and how the Badgers plan to increase its value in the years to come.
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