In the first match-up of top-10 teams at Camp Randall since Nov.24, 1962, No.7 Wisconsin prepared for No.8 Nebraska for a prime time match-up Saturday. Head coach Bret Bielema addresses the media Monday with the majority of topics centering around the Big Ten's newest team.
With No.7 Wisconsin
's biggest test this Saturday, Wisconsin head coach Bret Bielema
is excited when he looks at his roster and sees a lot of healthy bodies.
During his Monday news conference, senior right tackle Josh Oglesby (MCL sprain) will practice this whole week and is listed as co-starter along with redshirt freshman Rob Havenstein.
After getting stepped on early against South Dakota and having some concern with internal bleeding in the area, junior strong safety Shelton Johnson is expected to be back Tuesday or Wednesday. Throw in defensive ends Pat Muldoon (elbow) and Konrad Zagzebski back in the mix at 100 percent, the Badgers will have a lot of depth and healthy bodies to compete against Nebraska's offense.
Wisconsin head coach Bret Bielema -
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