Being passed over for the starting role in his fifth and final season, quarterback Dustin Sherer thought that Wisconsin wasn't the right place for him. But wanting to end his career on a high note, Sherer picked up the clipboard once again, helping first-time starter Scott Tolzien pick apart opposing defenses.
October 14, 2009
Starting the final seven games last season, fifth-year senior quarterback Dustin Sherer has the experience necessary to start for the Badgers under center. But after having a poor fall camp in 2008 and struggling with consistency last season, Sherer knows that the pressure to perform is all on his shoulders.
August 16, 2009
With Wisconsin's 2009 football season set to begin with the team's first official practice next Monday, Badger Nation breaks down the Badgers position by position. First up is the quarterback position, as UW will begin another season with another new starting quarterback.
August 2, 2009
Fifth-year senior Dustin Sherer knows that he still is searching for consistency, which could be seen with his costly interception, but admits after Wisconsin's annual spring scrimmage that he is much more comfortable at the end of this spring compared to last year's spring camp.
April 18, 2009
Finishing the season with 1,389 passing yards), a completion percentage of 54.5 percent and had a quarterback rating of over 130.0 in four of UW's final six games, fifth-year senior Dustin Sherer settled into a groove as the 2008 season went on. If he wants to start game one under center, Sherer knows a polish, consistent game will get the job done.
April 5, 2009
Going 7-of-7 passing for 126 yards and a touchdown in the first half, junior quarterback Dustin Sherer finished 13 of 22 for a career-high 245 yards and one TD, as he was one of the key elements that helped the Badgers reach the seven-win plateau of the 2008 season.
November 22, 2008
Although his offense struggled in the first half to find a spark and hold onto the football, Wisconsin quarterback Dustin Sherer leads the Badgers on a second-half comeback, throwing for 242 yards and one touchdown over the course of the game to help the Badgers edge Minnesota, 35-32.
November 15, 2008