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PostPosted: Tue Sep 04, 2012 9:05 pm    Post subject: Lock it up! NO YOU LOCK IT UP! (Please Mods) Reply with quote

2012 Wisconsin Badgers (6-2, 3-1)


Back-to-Back B1G Champions

Rankings
AP: UR
Coaches: #25
BCS: #25


"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
Bart Miller - Offensive Line/Offensive Quality Control
Ben Strickland - Secondary
Terrance Jamison - Defensive 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


Depth Chart
Offense
QB: Joel Stave/Danny O'Brien/Curt Phillips
TB: Montee Ball/James White/Melvin Gordon
FB: Derek Watt/Sherard Cadogan
WR: Jared Abbrederis/Chase Hammond/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: Kyle Costigan/Zac Matthias/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/Peniel Jean/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.


Schedule
9/1 ~ vs Northern Iowa, W 26-21 (1-0, 0-0)
9/8 ~ @ Oregon State, L 7-10 (1-1, 0-0)
9/15 ~ vs Utah State, W 16-14 (2-1, 0-0)
9/22 ~ vs UTEP, W 37-26 (3-1, 0-0)
9/29 ~ @ #22 Nebraska, L 27-30 (3-2, 0-1)
10/6 ~ vs Illinois, W 31-14 (4-2, 1-1)
10/13 ~ @ Purdue, W 38-14 (5-2, 2-1)
10/20 ~ vs Minnesota, W 38-13 (6-2, 3-1)
10/27 ~ vs Michigan State, 3:30 PM EST/2:30 PM CST (ABC)
11/10 ~ @ Indiana, TBD
11/17 ~ vs #9 Ohio State, TBD
11/24 ~ @ Penn State, TBD


2013 Wisconsin Badgers Prospect Commitments [15]
Ordered By Rivals * Ranking
Verbal
Keelon Brookins - 4* Cornerback - 5'11" 185 - Oakdale, MN [Tartan]
Chikwe Obasih - 4* Defensive End - 6'3" 231 - 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" 220 - 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, IA [Valley]
Sojourn Shelton - 3* Cornerback - 5'10" 150 - Plantation, FL [Plantation]
T.J. Watt - 3* Tight End - 6'4" 215 - Pewaukee, WI [Pewaukee]
Rob Wheelwright - 3* Wide Receiver - 6'3" 185 - Columbus, OH [Walnut Ridge]
Troy Fumagalli - Unranked TE - 6'5" 225 - Aurora, IL [Waubonsie Valley]
Matt Hubley - Unranked DB/OLB - 6'3" 205 - Waukesha, WI [Catholic Memorial]


2014 Wisconsin Badgers Prospect Commitments [5]
Ordered By Potential * Ranking
Verbal
Craig Evans - 4* Defensive Tackle - 6'3" 350 - Sun Prairie, WI [Sun Prairie]
George Panos - 4* Offensive Guard - 6'5" 280 - Hartland, WI [Arrowhead]
Chance Stewart - 4* Quarterback - 6'6" 205 - Sturgis, MI [Sturgis]
Jaden Gault - 3/4* Offensive Tackle - 6'6" 281 - Monona Grove, WI [Monona Grove]
Conor Sheehy - 3/4* Defensive End - 6'4" 255 - Milwaukee, WI [Marquette]


Notable Links
2012 Depth Chart
2012 Roster
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We needed to run a lot more play actions than we did last week but I am gonna hold my verdict a little longer. Canada will be fine in the long run IMO and I think that BB, DOB, and Montee had a little sit down in the offensive meetings this week and said hey there were a lot of times where we could have went with something different. Canada seems to be a guy that can adapt to his talent and last week was a sort of feeling out. UNI was crashing a ton last week and we could have gotten them on a lot more play actions than we did or at least have gone deep more than we did but he will learn and move on. If we don't put up good numbers against Oregon St. this weekend I will be a little surprised.


that's all they did was crash. so why didn't we kill them with PA? i get making DOB comfortable and not giving too much away for BIG play, but c'mon, we could've easily lost that game. i'm looking for big adjustments vs. Oregon State or we will lose. in corvallis, and that is not a bad football team. not gonna be a pushover like last year.


Oh yeah for sure. They crashed and played 8 or 9 in the box all game. We should have hit them up with the pa or deep bombs more but it is all part of adjustments that need to be made. On the bright side DOB looked really good.
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Little off topic, but I am amazed by the large following, or at least activity, of Wisconsin fans on here. I live in the northeast (mom went to Wisconsin, grandpa was a professor there as well), and I go to a high school of about 1,500 students and I'm the only Wisconsin fan I know of. A vast majority are fans of Notre Dame, Florida, and Michigan. Wisconsin I guess just isn't a team that is really recognized on a national level, despite being on that almost elite tier. I see a good amount more Oregon and MSU fans than I do Wisconsin fans as well around here, and both those teams are relatively close to where Wisconsin stands as a program.
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RandyMossIsBoss wrote:
Little off topic, but I am amazed by the large following, or at least activity, of Wisconsin fans on here. I live in the northeast (mom went to Wisconsin, grandpa was a professor there as well), and I go to a high school of about 1,500 students and I'm the only Wisconsin fan I know of. A vast majority are fans of Notre Dame, Florida, and Michigan. Wisconsin I guess just isn't a team that is really recognized on a national level, despite being on that almost elite tier. I see a good amount more Oregon and MSU fans than I do Wisconsin fans as well around here, and both those teams are relatively close to where Wisconsin stands as a program.
Have you ever lived in or been to Wisconsin?

One thing that we are notorious for is that we are avid fans of our local teams (to a much lesser extent, the Bucks). We, even our ladies, love sports (especially football and baseball) and support our teams to the fullest. Hell, even when the Bucks put out a halfway decent product, the fans are there supporting them.
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bkobow05 wrote:
RandyMossIsBoss wrote:
Little off topic, but I am amazed by the large following, or at least activity, of Wisconsin fans on here. I live in the northeast (mom went to Wisconsin, grandpa was a professor there as well), and I go to a high school of about 1,500 students and I'm the only Wisconsin fan I know of. A vast majority are fans of Notre Dame, Florida, and Michigan. Wisconsin I guess just isn't a team that is really recognized on a national level, despite being on that almost elite tier. I see a good amount more Oregon and MSU fans than I do Wisconsin fans as well around here, and both those teams are relatively close to where Wisconsin stands as a program.
Have you ever lived in or been to Wisconsin?

One thing that we are notorious for is that we are avid fans of our local teams (to a much lesser extent, the Bucks). We, even our ladies, love sports (especially football and baseball) and support our teams to the fullest. Hell, even when the Bucks put out a halfway decent product, the fans are there supporting them.


And it's a good school with a large alumni that lives all over the country. One of my relatives that went there lives in San Antonio, TX and he's definitely not the only Wisconsin fan there.
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bkobow05 wrote:
RandyMossIsBoss wrote:
Little off topic, but I am amazed by the large following, or at least activity, of Wisconsin fans on here. I live in the northeast (mom went to Wisconsin, grandpa was a professor there as well), and I go to a high school of about 1,500 students and I'm the only Wisconsin fan I know of. A vast majority are fans of Notre Dame, Florida, and Michigan. Wisconsin I guess just isn't a team that is really recognized on a national level, despite being on that almost elite tier. I see a good amount more Oregon and MSU fans than I do Wisconsin fans as well around here, and both those teams are relatively close to where Wisconsin stands as a program.
Have you ever lived in or been to Wisconsin?

One thing that we are notorious for is that we are avid fans of our local teams (to a much lesser extent, the Bucks). We, even our ladies, love sports (especially football and baseball) and support our teams to the fullest. Hell, even when the Bucks put out a halfway decent product, the fans are there supporting them.


Not lived, but I've been there 10+ times since I can remember, plus a few games. Camp Randall was easily the craziest football atmosphere I've ever been in (2nd overall behind Rupp, but the fact that it's indoor probably amplifies the sound a great deal possibly making it seem like a crazier atmosphere). Also I've definitely noticed that there were a ton of female Badger fans the times I've been in Madison, especially the student section looked like it had 2:1 girl to guy ratio haha. I really think that all the major programs have great die hard fanbases, but Wisconsin hasn't exactly seen the same success as teams like Bama or Michigan, so I guess it's pretty impressive that they have such a loyal rabid fan base. I really don't care that Wisconsin isn't popular on a national level, but I don't see why they are not. Incredibly clean, well run program that plays good ol classic football and sees success despite usually not having a big name players or recruits.
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Watched Rob Wheelwright highlights today, kid is going to be a player, hope he stays committed to UW, apparently he is a flight risk to Columbus.
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Vonte Jackson tore his ACL... Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad
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Vonte Jackson tore his ACL... Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad


Poor kid just can't catch a break. If I were him I'd focus on bulking up a bit because I highly doubt he's going to have that rare explosiveness after 2 ACLs.
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Vonte Jackson tore his ACL... Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad


Same knee?
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Conor Sheehy is in, 2014 is shaping up to be Wisconsin's GOAT recruiting class
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Conor Sheehy is in, 2014 is shaping up to be Wisconsin's GOAT recruiting class


Damn, congrats. Your guys '14 class, especially on the DL looks to be very promising.


Enjoy being the #1 Big Ten class in '14 (while it lasts though). We will be coming for our spot soon. Wink Razz
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Looking forward to our upcoming game this weekend
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[quote="1King"][quote="Cali2Wisco"]Conor Sheehy is in, 2014 is shaping up to be Wisconsin's GOAT recruiting class[/quote]

Damn, congrats. Your guys '14 class, especially on the DL looks to be very promising.


Enjoy being the #1 Big Ten class in '14 (while it lasts though). We will be coming for our spot soon. Wink Razz[/quote]

Don't worry, its only a matter of time before the 3*s from WI start pouring in like flies
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Huge addition. 3 out of the top 4 WI prospects are in the fold already, and while Evans wants to wait and see what other offers are out there, UW holds a commanding lead for his services as well.
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