Wisconsin post-spring depth charts; Joe Schobert trolls Minnesota
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Spring practice review
Also, coach Paul Chryst spoke after the Friday scrimmage, and here’s everything he had to say.
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Joe Schobert trolls Minnesota
Former Wisconsin linebacker Joe Schobert had some fun last weekend, posting a photo of himself standing outside TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis and referring to it as the Badgers practice facility.
Recruiting saga ends
Officials at St. Xavier High School in Cincinnati, Ohio, apologized in a statement Friday for not letting Wisconsin coaches on their campus to recruit and also vowed it will never happen again.
Kare Lyles moving on
Fourth on Wisconsin’s depth chart coming out of spring practice, redshirt sophomore quarterback Kare Lyles announced Friday he plans to transfer.
Madison Cone on the rise
He didn’t get much playing time as a freshman, but cornerback Madison Cone believes the work he did get should help him this fall as he battles for a starting spot, writes the Wisconsin State Journal’s Jason Galloway.
Wisconsin on upset alert?
Could Rutgers, which has been outscored 85-10 in its two matchups with Wisconsin since joining the Big Ten, upset the Badgers this fall? According to NJ.com’s James Kratch, he believes the Scarlet Knights best chance for an upset is when they play in Madison Nov. 3.
Another MVP honor for Nolan Groulx
A weekend after taking home wide receiver MVP honors from an Elite 11 regional, Badgers’ commit Nolan Groulx was at it again, earning WR MVP at Rivals 3 Stripe Camp in Charlotte.
Coaches’ contracts extended
Four Wisconsin coaches received contract extensions Friday, including basketball coach Greg Gard. He’s now under contract through May 2023.
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