"When I got there they lead me to a dining area to eat breakfast," Tenney told BadgerNation. "That is where I met Gary Andersen a really nice and personable guy and learned a little bit more about the program. After that we walked to the field, through the brand new awesome weight room, to watch warmups.
"After that we sat first row at the 40-yard line and enjoyed the game. The atmosphere was fantastic as always at Camp Randall. Just being a Badgers fan my whole life, it was quite the experience."
The 6-7, 275-pound lineman only got to see the coaches for a little, but feels this team has everything it needs to win and has a real supportive fan base.
"The seats were great, the stadium is always so electric and the student section just pumps everything up," said Tenney. "I love the atmosphere of the stadium. I think the new coaching staff will certainly do a nice job. The running backs once again looked dominate. The offensive line is huge like always. The fans are the best during game day and it is the best town in America, even though I'm pretty biased."
Like many in-state players, Tenney dreamed of playing for the Badgers and while he would love an offer, he would still love an opportunity for a walk-on position.
"It would be amazing to get offered by Wisconsin," said Tenney. "I've always wanted to be a Badger, but I will probably go there even if the program doesn't offer me. I always looked up to the players and coaches as a kid. Playing for Wisconsin would be a dream come true."