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Wisconsin won't hold its spring game this year because of the threat of inclement weather.

Wisconsin spring game cancelled; LB Zack Baun out indefinitely with foot injury

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.

Spring game cancelled

Wisconsin will not be holding its spring game this year. Officials announced Tuesday it had been cancelled because of the potential for severe weather on Friday. While doing something like this at Nebraska, Ohio State or Alabama would cause a big commotion, Jesse Temple writes it’s not a big deal for the Badgers.

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Zack Baun to miss time

Junior linebacker Zack Baun is out indefinitely with a foot injury. According to Jeff Potrykus of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Badgers are waiting for MRI results to determine the severity. It’s the same foot that Baun injured last year, which cost him the entire season.

What Marcus Graham brings to Wisconsin

The Badgers got a commitment from 3-star athlete Marcus Graham last weekend. Here’s what he thinks he adds to the program, as well as some more recruiting notes.

Quintez Cephus growing as a leader

Because of a nasty leg injury five months ago, wide receiver Quintez Cephus isn’t take part in spring practice. But that hasn’t stopped him from growing as a leader.

AJ Taylor on an upward swing

Following a strong finish to the 2017 season, junior wide receiver AJ Taylor is looking to take his game to another level, according to Jason Galloway of the Wisconsin State Journal.

Minnesota hires former Wisconsin coach

Rob Jeter is back in the midwest. The former Badgers assistant, who was also the head coach at Wisconsin-Milwaukee for 11 seasons, is joining Richard Pitino’s staff at Minnesota.

Wisconsin getting a mature Tai Strickland

Three-star point guard commit Tai Strickland never lacked the skill needed to play at a major program like Wisconsin, according to his dad and former NBA standout Rod Strickland. No, it was more about his confidence catching up to the skill, which his father believes has happened, writes Jim Polzin of the Wisconsin State Journal.

Upper deck at Field House to re-open

For the first time since 2007, portions of the upper deck at Wisconsin’s Field House will be open to fans for women’s volleyball games.

Badgers to watch in NHL playoffs

The NHL playoffs will get underway Wednesday night. has a list of 10 former Badgers to keep an eye on.

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