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Another offer for Graham Mertz
The offers continue to roll in for Graham Mertz. On the same day Wisconsin’s 4-star quarterback commit arrived in Madison for a visit, he revealed on Twitter that Tennessee had offered him a scholarship.
Some Wisconsin fans have been a little worried about Mertz tweeting his offers, but Randy Withers of Rivals.com reports Mertz talks with the Badgers every time he gets a new offer and “has their blessing to tweet them.”
Jesse Temple also tackled the topic of committed players being offered, saying fans should meet those offers with respect, not fear.
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Who’s next for Wisconsin?
Wisconsin’s 2019 recruiting class is shaping up to be its best ever. In our latest recruiting notebook, we caught up with the coach of 4-star offensive lineman Bryce Benhart, who could soon add his name to the Badgers impressive list of commitments.
Wisconsin makes it 3 in a row
The Badgers went on the road Thursday night and beat Northwestern 70-64. It was their third win in a row and it locked them into the No. 9 seed in the Big Ten Tournament. They’ll face eighth-seeded Maryland next Thursday.
Super Bowl champion Badgers to be honored
Former Badgers Beau Allen and Chris Maragos, both members of the Philadelphia Eagles, will be honored Sunday during the basketball game against Michigan State for their part in their team’s Super Bowl 52 victory over the New England Patriots.
Who is Travis Frederick?
Former Wisconsin center Travis Frederick is among the best players at his position in the NFL for the Dallas Cowboys. The folks at The Dallas Morning News went in-depth on Frederick and list 10 things you may not know about him.
Kristen Campbell named finalist for top hockey award
Wisconsin is the No. 1 women’s hockey team in the country and a lot of that success is because of goalie Kristen Campbell. On Thursday, Campbell was named a finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award, which goes to the top player in the country.
Meanwhile, a number of former Badgers played a major role in Team USA grabbing gold at the Winter Olympics in South Korea with a win over Canada on Thursday morning. That included captain Meghan Duggan, whose leadership is being lauded in the aftermath.
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