From the article:
"Before Gary Andersen goes on, he wants to make one thing clear. A part of his surprising departure from Wisconsin had to do with admission standards.
"It's been well [documented] there were some kids I couldn't get in school," the Badgers' former coach said. "That was highly frustrating to me. I lost some guys, and I told them I wasn't going to lose them. I think they did what they were supposed to do [academically] and they still couldn't get in. That was really hard to deal with."
You have to read all the way down to the final two paragraphs for this:
Andersen stressed that his departure had nothing to do with Alvarez. The two had a good working relationship.
"He never one time stepped on anybody's toes in the football office," the coach said. "Please don't make Wisconsin sound bad in any way, shape or form. I love those kids. I truly love them."
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