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wolfy2014


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Comment 06 Oct 2014

I was going to comment this as well, I feel like every time he makes this signal, he is replaced by the backup either that play or the next play. I'm not positive that this is actually the reason, I just notice it because it means I get to look forward to some Rod Smith (or Jones) action!

Comment 02 Sep 2014

The only thing that really surprises me with this depth chart is Billy Price getting the start again. If I recall correctly, Hale came in for much of the second half and that is when the offensive line (and as a result the offense as a whole) performed much better. 

Comment 21 Jul 2014

Honestly, I would have to say Braxton's passing late in the year is what I believe our biggest weakness will be. I was having this discussion yesterday and brought up how badly I remember his passing having regressed in the latter part of last season. He didn't believe me, so I went and looked it up, and in 3 of the last 4 B10 games, his completion percentage was woeful (below 50%). I don't claim to know the cause of this, if for example Herman's overreliance on the run crippled his passing rhythm, but I know for a fact that we cannot have these passing performances happen again this season in order for it to turn out as successfully as we all want. 

Comment 03 Dec 2012

I do think he has a point that he has an unrivaled highlight reel. However, I don't think he deserved the Heisman, not that Manti Te'o does either (I would much rather have Jarvis Jones on my team, for example, and Te'o's stats are nothing spectacular when a Wisconsin FB has forced more fumbles on the year than he has.)

Personally, my top two would be Colin Klein and Marquise Lee.