MADISON — Spring is in the air at run-first Wisconsin. They are throwing the ball around at spring practice a little more than usual, at least for a team that likes to hand the ball off to star running back Jonathan Taylor. But with so much firepower coming back in the passing game, the Badgers could be just as dangerous throwing the ball around this fall. “We know what kind of offense Wisconsin is — we’re a running offense,” receiver A.J. Taylor said.
The University of Wisconsin football staff didn’t plan on allowing Quintez Cephus to practice this spring. Cephus continues to work his way back from a broken leg that prematurely ended his breakout sophomore season on Nov. 4 at Indiana. As the wide receiver continued to increase his individual work on the sidelines of the McClain Center over the past month, however, he began wondering why he couldn’t join his teammates. “They didn’t want me to do any of it (this
MADISON — It’s barely a few weeks into spring and T.J. Edwards is already thinking about the first weekend of December. Back for his senior season after testing his NFL draft stock, the All-American linebacker would like to finish an already impressive career at Wisconsin with an elusive accomplishment. A national title would be nice. Winning the Big Ten Championship game would give the Badgers a better shot at claiming that crown. “The part that gets me every time is we