MADISON – With roughly four days left in Wisconsin’s camp before the heavy prep work for LSU begins, Paul Chryst was understandably anxious to put on the film from Friday’s scrimmage to come up with a game plan moving forward.
What he’ll see will likely please the second-year head coach to some degree.
Seeing improvement from a variety of areas from Monday’s scrimmage, Wisconsin’s offense came away with points on six of the 17 drives it had on the afternoon. And considering the Badgers’ offense was without a couple of projected offensive line starters going against a defense that ranked No.1 in the country a season ago in fewest points allowed, that’s not all bad.
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