The Camp: Sept. 10, 2018

On this week’s episode of “The Camp,” Zach and Matt look back at the win over New Mexico, talk about the return of Danny Davis and answer your Twitter questions.

2:05 — The good and bad of Jonathan Taylor’s game

8:55 — Who is the best running back in Wisconsin history?

13:47 — Sold or not sold

1) Jonathan Taylor will hit 2,000 yards this season.
2) Jonathan Taylor won’t lead the country in fumbles.
3) Wisconsin’s offensive line is at its best when Cole Van Lanen is at left tackle as opposed to Jon Dietzen.
4) AJ Taylor will lead Wisconsin in receptions and yards this season.
5) Scott Nelson will have more career interceptions than Jim Leonhard (21).
6) Matt Bernstein would have scored on the play Alec Ingold ran for 39.
7) Alec Ingold is the best No. 45 in Wisconsin history

29:28 — What the return of Danny Davis could mean for Wisconsin

The Camp: Aug. 26, 2018

Zach is joined by The Athletic’s Jesse Temple, the Wisconsin State Journal’s Jason Galloway and Bucky’s 5th Quarter’s Jake Kocorowski to preview the season. Zach also chats with Matt Bernstein to get his season predictions.

:45 — Is the Quintez Cephus situation a distraction for the team? If so, how will it impact the season?

8:55 — Outside of QB Alex Hornibrook, what player is the most important for Wisconsin to accomplish its lofty goals this season?

17:27 — Fill in the blank

1) The one player that stood out to me in camp was ________.
2) The one player no one is talking about right now that will have an impact this year is ______.
3) The one player I’m most interested to watch this Friday is _________.
4) The one position I’m still concerned about heading into the season is ________.

31:58 — Matt Bernstein interview

42:32 — Sold or not sold

1) Wisconsin will score at least 40 points per game.
2) Alex Hornibrook will break Joel Stave’s record for games won in a career this year.
3) Scott Nelson will lead Wisconsin in interceptions.
4) Kendric Pryor will lead Wisconsin in catches.
5) Wisconsin will finish in the top 10 in scoring defense.

56:47 — How many true freshmen will play this year?

1:03:05 — Biggest challenger to Wisconsin in the Big Ten West?

1:05:05 — Season predictions

The Camp: Aug. 3, 2018

On this episode of “The Camp,” Zach is joined by The Athletic’s Jesse Temple for the first segment, while we’ve also got an interview with offensive coordinator Joe Rudolph and answers to your Twitter questions.

1:35 — Alex Hornibrook’s interceptions overshadowed the high level of success he had in 2017

7:20 — What’s a reasonable stat line for Hornibrook this year?

11:26 — Impressions on the first few days of camp

17:50 — Impact of the new redshirt rule

21:40 — OC Joe Rudolph interview on the 1993 Big Ten title team, Patrick Kasl giving up football, the move of Jon Dietzen to LT, losing some of his depth and the new redshirt rule

35:31 — Twitter questions
1) Who do you see winning the No. 2 CB job?
2) How difficult will it be for Kayden Lyles to move to DE?
3) Why didn’t the coaches try Jon Dietzen at LT last year?
4) Which true freshman are most likely not to redshirt?
5) Are they going to add more OL to the DL for depth?
6) Who of the true freshmen is standing out?

The Camp: July 24, 2018

On Day 2 of Big Ten Media Days in Chicago, Matt and Zach chatted with Wisconsin’s Michael Deiter and D’Cota Dixon, as well as Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz and his quarterback, Nate Stanley. Bernie also caught up with coach Paul Chryst for a short interview.

1:20 — Answering some Twitter questions, including some on the DL, OLBs and CB.

15:48 — Bernie talks about some “Welcome to Wisconsin” moments for young players.

17:40 — Michael Deiter interview

30:25 — Nate Stanley interview

51:50 — Fall camp is no fun

54:30 — D’Cota Dixon interview

1:07:45 — Kirk Ferentz interview

1:17:14 — Bernie talks with Paul Chryst

The Camp: July 23, 2018

Matt and Zach hit Day 1 of Big Ten Media Days for interviews with Wisconsin LB TJ Edwards, AD Barry Alvarez, former Green Bay Packers and Ohio State LB AJ Hawk, Minnesota LB Thomas Barber, Nebraska WR Stanley Morgan Jr., and Michigan DE Chase Winovich.

1:39 — TJ Edwards

15:47 — Barry Alvarez

22:00 — AJ Hawk

32:31 — Thomas Barber

39:13 — Stanley Morgan Jr.

44:43 — Chase Winovich