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PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2011 9:50 pm    Post subject: Official Wisconsin Badgers Thread | Lock it up Mods Reply with quote

2012 Wisconsin Badgers (1-0, 0-0)


Back-to-Back B1G Champions

Rankings
AP: #13
Coaches: #13
BCS: N/A


Coaching Staff
Bret Bielema - Head Coach
Chris Ash - Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs
Matt Canada - Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks
Charlie Partridge - Associate Head Coach/Co-Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Line
Zach Azzanni - Wide Receivers
Andy Buh - Linebackers
Eddie Faulkner - Tight Ends
Thomas Hammock - Running Backs
Mike Markuson - Offensive Line
Ben Strickland - Secondary
Terrance Jamison - Defensive Quality Control
Bart Miller - Offensive Quality Control
Luke Swan - Offensive Graduate Assistant
Mark Taurisani - Director of Football Operations
Sharon Betlach - Program Assistant
Sandy Freye - Program Assistant
Lisa Powell - Program Assistant


Initial 2012 Depth Chart
As of 8/27/12
Offense
QB: Danny O'Brien/Curt Phillips/Joel Stave
TB: Montee Ball/James White/Melvin Gordon
FB: Sherard Cadogan/Derek Watt
WR: Jared Abbrederis/AJ Jordan/Jeff Duckworth
WR: Jordan Fredrick/Kenzel Doe/Reggie Love
TE/HB: Jacob Pederson/Brian Wozniak/Sam Arneson/Brock DeCicco
LT: Ricky Wagner/Tyler Marz
LG: Ryan Groy/Ray Ball
C: Travis Frederick/Dan Voltz
RG: Zac Matthias/Kyle Costigan/Dallas Lewallen
RT: Rob Havenstein/Robert Burge

Defense
DE: David Gilbert/Pat Muldoon/Konrad Zagzebski
DT: Beau Allen/Bryce Gilbert
DT: Ethan Hemer/Warren Herring
DE: Brendan Kelly/Tyler Dippel
OLB: Ethan Armstrong/Conor O'Neill
MLB: Chris Borland/Marcus Trotter
OLB: Mike Taylor/Derek Landisch
CB: Marcus Cromartie/Devin Gaulden
SS: Shelton Johnson/Michael Caputo
FS: Dezmen Southward/Michael Trotter
CB: Devin Smith/Darius Hillary

Special Teams
K: Kyle French/Jack Russell
P: Drew Meyer/Stephen Salata
LS: James McGuire/Connor Udelhoven
KR: Jared Abbrederis/James White
PR: Jared Abbrederis/Kenzel Doe

Notes:
- Freshman QB Bart Houston expected to redshirt due to injury.
- Sophomore CB Peniel Jean isn't listed due to a broken foot.


Schedule
9/1 ~ vs Northern Iowa, W 26-21 (1-0, 0-0)
9/8 ~ @ Oregon State, 4:00 PM EST/3:00 PM CST (FX)
9/15 ~ vs Utah State, 8:00 PM EST/7:00 PM CST (BTN)
9/22 ~ vs UTEP, TBD
9/29 ~ @ #16 Nebraska, 8:00 PM EST/7:00 PM CST (ABC)
10/6 ~ vs Illinois, 3:30 PM EST/2:30 PM CST (ABC/ESPN2)
10/13 ~ @ Purdue, 12:00 PM EST/11:00 AM CST (ESPN/ESPN2/BTN)
10/20 ~ vs Minnesota, TBD
10/27 ~ vs #11 Michigan State, 3:30 PM EST/2:30 PM CST (ABC)
11/10 ~ @ Indiana, TBD
11/17 ~ vs #14 Ohio State, TBD
11/24 ~ @ Penn State, TBD


2013 Wisconsin Badgers Prospect Commitments [13]
Ordered By Rivals * Ranking
Verbal
Keelon Brookins - 4* Cornerback - 5'11" 185 - Oakdale, MN [Tartan]
Darius Latham - 4* Defensive Tackle - 6'5" 275 - Indianapolis, IN [North Central]
Chikwe Obasih - 4* Defensive End - 6'3" 240 - Brookfield, WI [Central]
Hayden Beigel - 3* Offensive Tackle - 6'6" 240 - Wisconsin Rapids, WI [Lincoln]
Garret Dooley - 3* Inside Linebacker - 6'2" 215 - Rochester, IL [Rochester]
Alec James - 3* Defensive End - 6'4" 225 - Brookfield, WI [East]
Jack Keeler - 3* Offensive Tackle - 6'7" 285 - Barrington, IL [Barrington]
Matt Miller - 3* Offensive Guard - 6'5" 260 - Perrysburg, OH [St. John's]
Jazz Peavy - 3* Wide Receiver - 6'1" 175 - Kenosha, WI [Tremper]
Austin Ramesh - 3* Outside Linebacker - 6'2" 215 - Eagle River, WI [Northland Pines]
Sam Raridon - 3* Defensive Tackle - 6'2" 256 - West De Moines, Iowa [Valley]
T.J. Watt - 3* Tight End - 6'4" 200 - Pewaukee, WI [Pewaukee]
Rob Wheelwright - 3* Wide Receiver - 6'3" 185 - Columbus, OH [Walnut Ridge]


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PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2011 9:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

New thread boys. Lets get that B1G Title back to Madtown!

We only moved up to 15th in the BCS. With the beatdown, somehow Penn State only dropped 2 spots. So either, we're pretty damn good or we're not that great. Man the BCS is straight confusion. Confused
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Any ideas on how our 2012 depth chart looks, by the way? I'm wondering if next year's team might be better than we think since there are so many defensive players coming back.
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Any ideas on how our 2012 depth chart looks, by the way? I'm wondering if next year's team might be better than we think since there are so many defensive players coming back.


QB battle should be really interesting. i kind of just wanna throw houston in there right away, but i know that's probably not gonna happen.
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ramssuperbowl99 wrote:
Any ideas on how our 2012 depth chart looks, by the way? I'm wondering if next year's team might be better than we think since there are so many defensive players coming back.


Gotta believe that our secondary is going to be shuffled around a bit. I expect a lot more of Penial Jean, Darius Hillary and Devin Gaulden. If we get Cox, he could potentially step in immediately at safety.

On the D-Line, you can expect a lot of David Gilbert. He's our pass rush specialist but missed a lot of the year with an injury. Jesse Hayes and James Adeyanju will see more time in pass rush situations as well.

Ethan Armstrong and Jake Keefer will likely battle for the vacant outside linebacker spot but, remember this name, Cameron Ontko could be a darkhorse as he's been tearing up the scout team. AJ Fenton could be part of a rotation as well. Don't know about Vince Biegel's chances as a true freshman though.

QB could be Curt Phillips if he ever gets healthy. I'd expect Bart Houston to step in from day one though. Joe Brennan and Jon Budmayr will be the "official" 1-2 punch at QB in spring but it will be incredibly wide open.

Wide Receiver is wide open outside of White Boy Walk-On (Jared Abbrederis for you slow folks). It just depends on who steps up. I'd expect AJ Jordan to make big strides after his red shirt this year.

We won't miss a beat at RB, OL or TE obviously.

If the QB situation works out, next year could be a very complete team.
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IrishGreen wrote:
ramssuperbowl99 wrote:
Any ideas on how our 2012 depth chart looks, by the way? I'm wondering if next year's team might be better than we think since there are so many defensive players coming back.


QB battle should be really interesting. i kind of just wanna throw houston in there right away, but i know that's probably not gonna happen.
This is a complete guess on my part but:

Offense:
QB: Curt Phillips
RB: James White, Fred Lewis, Melvin Gordon
FB: No idea
WR: Jared Abbredaris, Jeff Duckworth, A.J. Jordan
TE: Jacob Pederson, Austin Traylor, Brian Wozniak
LT: Ricky Wagner
LG: Travis Fredrick
C: Peter Konz
RG: Ryan Groy
RT: Rob Havenstein

The O-Line seems outstanding, the TEs equally as good, and the top 2 WRs seem solid. I think Phillips wins out, which leaves Houston open to redshirt and start in 2013. We are thin in the WR corps (there are a ton of FR, no idea who steps up), and while the HBs look good James White is a change of pace guy and we don't know how good Lewis or Gordon will be.

Obviosuly the QB battle is the most interesting part. Phillips seems like a good transition-year kind of guy to me, he's the senior, and he'll probably be a better game manager than Budamyer or Brennan.


Defense:
DE: Brian Kelly, David Gilbert
DT: Beau Allen, Ethan Hemer, Jordan Kohout
OLB: Ethan Armstrong, Mike Taylor
MLB: Chris Borland
CB: Marcus Cromartie, Penieal Jean
FS: Shelton Johnson
SS: Adam Hampton

I love the front 7, considering that 5 of the positions are basically coming back and Taylor/Borland are a great LB duo. The secondary is shaky.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2011 10:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Good luck Saturday guys.

Scratch that. You wont need it. Good luck to us. Were gonna need it.

What are your predictions?

I dont want to give mine Embarassed
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SadLionFan00 wrote:
Good luck Saturday guys.

Scratch that. You wont need it. Good luck to us. Were gonna need it.

What are your predictions?

I dont want to give mine Embarassed
I think Wisconsin wins, but I don't think it's a blowout.

I also think that I'm going to be skipping heartbeats during special teams plays. Yours are outstanding. Ours are legendarily bad.

EDIT: By the way, this is really important IMO

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9
5
7
5
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Interwebz cookies to the person who knows what these numbers mean and which one doesn't belong.
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I think we are going to play a complete game Saturday, SLF.

My prediction?

Wisconsin 38
Michigan State 24

and that's being nice. Very Happy

Oh, and post 10,000. Very Happy
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I'm officially starting to say that if you're a good running back, you're Montee Ballin' haha.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2011 11:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

bkobow05 wrote:
I think we are going to play a complete game Saturday, SLF.

My prediction?

Wisconsin 38
Michigan State 24

and that's being nice. Very Happy

Oh, and post 10,000. Very Happy


Welcome to the club! Im no longer the new guy Very Happy

I can say confidently that theres no pressure for MSU in this one. Everyone and their mother is expecting them to lose, and many expect a blowout. Hopefully we come out loose and put ourselves in position for another hail mary victory (who would want it any other way?)
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 27, 2011 11:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

ramssuperbowl99 wrote:
SadLionFan00 wrote:
Good luck Saturday guys.

Scratch that. You wont need it. Good luck to us. Were gonna need it.

What are your predictions?

I dont want to give mine Embarassed
I think Wisconsin wins, but I don't think it's a blowout.

I also think that I'm going to be skipping heartbeats during special teams plays. Yours are outstanding. Ours are legendarily bad.

EDIT: By the way, this is really important IMO

8
3
12
4
6
13
0
9
5
7
5
8

Interwebz cookies to the person who knows what these numbers mean and which one doesn't belong.


Sparty penalties per game. Oh and the 0. Very Happy

I want Interwebz Oreos!
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SadLionFan00 wrote:
bkobow05 wrote:
I think we are going to play a complete game Saturday, SLF.

My prediction?

Wisconsin 38
Michigan State 24

and that's being nice. Very Happy

Oh, and post 10,000. Very Happy


Welcome to the club! Im no longer the new guy Very Happy

I can say confidently that theres no pressure for MSU in this one. Everyone and their mother is expecting them to lose, and many expect a blowout. Hopefully we come out loose and put ourselves in position for another hail mary victory (who would want it any other way?)


I know I do. I want a 52-10 rear-end kickin'. I want to thoroughly destroy the heart and soul of anything and anyone (sorry bro) Sparty.

I want Montee Ball to break the TD record with 6 in the game. If they do what they should have done in EL, they'll win. When I say that, I mean Montee Ball 30+ times.
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bkobow05 wrote:
Sparty penalties per game. Oh and the 0. Very Happy

I want Interwebz Oreos!
Sorry, there was a technical snafoo.


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bkobow05 wrote:
Sparty penalties per game. Oh and the 0. Very Happy

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Sorry, there was a technical snafoo.




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