MADISON – Wisconsin head coach Paul Chryst couldn’t articulate the obvious enough. After one week of camp and following their first fall scrimmage, the Badgers still have plenty to do in order to get ready for the season opener against LSU on September 3.
Wisconsin spent the majority of its week of camp on playbook installations within the offense and defense, so Monday felt like the natural time to test the waters with approximately a 90-play scrimmage.
“I love being in camp, because it means we’re not getting ready for a game yet,” Chryst said. “But we are, we’re getting for the season. I think we have a ton of stuff we still have to do. I’m glad we still got a lot of practice yet, and even then, it’s not just coach speak, I really believe that we need a lot of work. We’ve got a lot of young guys that need work.”
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