We continue our position previews with a look at the wide receivers, a group that has a chance to be very special this fall for Wisconsin.
On this episode of “The Camp,” Zach is joined by Land of 10’s Jesse Temple, the Wisconsin State Journal’s Jason Galloway, Badger Blitz’s John Veldhuis and Jake Kocorowski from Bucky’s 5th Quarter to recap spring practice.
1:55 — Everyone gives their spring MVP.
7:08 — Fill in the blank:
1) My biggest question coming out of spring is _________.
2) The best unit on the team right now is _________.
3) The most interesting position battle this fall will be _______.
26:37 — Sold or not sold
1) Wisconsin will score 40 points per game this season.
2) Wisconsin will be successful if Jack Coan has to start multiple games.
38:09 — The most interesting interview everyone did this spring?
43:20 — Who is the biggest challenger to Wisconsin in the Big Ten West?
49:36 — Way-too-early win-loss prediction for Wisconsin.
On this week’s episode of “The Camp,” Zach is joined by the Wisconsin State Journal’s Jason Galloway to look at the defense, and has interviews with defensive end Garrett Rand, linebacker Chris Orr and cornerback Dontye Carriere-Williams.
3:03 — Who will start opposite D’Cota Dixon at safety?
9:46 — Garrett Rand is back home at defensive end
20:08 — Big things expected from Zack Baun in 2018
29:02 — Garrett Rand interview
33:46 — Chris Orr interview
39:51 — Dontye Carriere-Williams interview
On this episode of “The Camp,” Zach is joined by Jesse Temple of Land of 10 to breakdown what they’ve seen the first two weeks of spring, and we also have interviews with redshirt freshman tight end Jake Ferguson and redshirt freshman safety Scott Nelson.
4:20 — Why the 2018 offensive line could be among the best in school history.
8:40 — Confidence is high in the secondary despite so many new faces.
13:07 — Wisconsin seems to be trying to figure out a way to use RB Jonathan Taylor is the pass game more.
15:40 — “I think he’s going to be a much better quarterback.” — Jesse on Alex Hornibrook, who is entering his third year as the starter.
20:46 — Interview with TE Jake Ferguson
30:58 — Interview with S Scott Nelson
39:24 — Twitter questions
1) Could this offense end up being among the best in Wisconsin history?
2) What’s the tight end depth look like?
3) Who will be the No. 2 running back? Will Nakia Watson play as a freshman?
4) Will there be less nickel defense played with so much inexperience in the secondary? Who will be the fifth DB?
On this special edition of “The Camp,” Zach and Danny preview the defensive side of the ball for Wisconsin, and are joined by Land of 10’s Jesse Temple to talk about the 2019 recruiting class, along with a look at what players from the 2018 class could help this fall.
Some of the biggest questions facing Wisconsin on defense:
Where does Garrett Rand play after being at nose tackle last year?
Will Bryson Williams be ready to contribute as a true freshman?
Who fills in the depth along the defense line?
Senior Andrew Van Ginkel will be one of the starting OLBs..who will the other one be? And what about the depth there?
Wisconsin is stacked at ILB, but looking to the future, who are some of the young guys that could fill the void when T.J. Edwards and Ryan Connelly move on?
On this special edition of the “The Camp,” Zach and Danny preview the offensive side of the ball for Wisconsin, and are joined by former Badgers’ fullback Matt Bernstein for some spring practice stories and his expectations for the new starter at his old position — Alec Ingold.
Just some of the questions we tackled:
After Alex Hornibrook’s performance in the Orange Bowl, is there any need for a quarterback competition?
Is is possible for running back Jonathan Taylor to match what he did his freshman season?
Who will be the third-down back?
How do you keep the talented wide receiver group happy with so few opportunities to go around?
And Wisconsin has all five of its starting offensive linemen back for another year. But will the same five guys end up starting in 2018?
On this special signing day edition of “The Camp,” Zach and Danny talk about the early signing period, it’s impact on Wisconsin, and which of the players in the 2018 class they’re excited to see. The guys are also joined by Evan Flood of 247Sports, Jesse Temple of Land of 10 and Jon McNamara of Rivals.com to get their takes on this year’s class and a look ahead to 2019.
7:19 — WR Aron Cruickshank could help right away
9:47 — Evan Flood interview
19:40 — Jesse Temple interview
29:19 — Jon McNamara interview
40:08 — Isaac Guerendo seems a bit underrated, could make a bigger impact than his ranking suggests
41:13 — A look at a couple of Class of 2017 recruits that redshirted this year but might play big roles in 2018
In the final episode of “The Camp” for 2017, Matt and Zach rehash the disappointing loss to Ohio State, talk about Bernie’s crazy bowl experiences, look ahead to 2018 and more.
5:55 — Wisconsin came up just short in what could have been a program-changing victory.
12:03 — Bernie thinks the game could have gone completely different if Wisconsin didn’t turn the ball over on its first drive.
16:38 — The starting point of three hilarious stories from Bernie’s bowl trips, including the time one of his teammates got tased.
27:50 — Will there — or should there — be an open competition at quarterback in 2018?
32:17 — Filling all the potential holes on defense next season
42:53 — What are the chances that Wisconsin will ever be able to consistently attract 4- and 5-star recruits? What’s keeping them from doing it?
54:07 — Bernie’s answers the following Twitter question:
“If your future wife was a Madison bar, which bar would she be?”