Freshman D.J. Gillins presents a more mobile option for the offense than junior Joel Stave.
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With temperatures as high as they’ve been all spring, it seemed like a beautiful, mid-fall day when the Badgers took the field for their annual spring game.
Head coach Gary Andersen is impressed by the progress his team has made, but acknowledges the room left for improvement.
Spring is a season that marks change to the landscape, climate, and most importantly, Wisconsin football.
With UW losing eight starters on defense, head coach Gary Andersen faces a steep slope to replicating his 2013 success.
Last season, Wisconsin made the smooth transition to a 3-4 defense under head coach Gary Andersen and defensive coordinator Dave Aranda.
Redshirt junior quarterback Joel Stave has been struggling with recurring shoulder issues heading into the spring game.
Wisconsin will meet with an audience for the first time since the Jan. 1 Capital One Bowl. The Badgers replenished offense and defense will meet in Camp Randall 3 p.m. Saturday.