Badger Bits: Barry vs. Bret in the 2000s

An abbreviated version of Badger Bits today. I know you'll all miss my flawless analysis and insightful thoughts, but hopefully these personally hand-picked links will satiate your appetite for Badger knowledge:

It's been a decade under Bret and Barry for Wisconsin football, and Dave Heller attempts to compare how successful each has been.

Off Tackle Empire explores how Michigan State LB Greg Jones played versus Wisconsin.

Jeff Horton recruited Adam Weber to be Wisconsin's quarterback back in 2005. Now he returns to Camp Randall, this time on the other sideline and with Weber on his side. Speaking of Weber, Saturday is his last chance to win the coveted Paul Bunyan's Axe.

Wisconsin secures a wide receiver and kick returner recruit, Kenzel Doe. He's from Oak Ridge Academy in North Carolina. No word on whether or not he'll be in Madison Saturday to boost the struggling kick return game.

Expect more of an air attack from the Badgers against Minnesota. Parker Gabriel of the Daily Cardinal says that Bret Bielema has Minnesota's number.

After concerns about funding stalled the proposed hockey training facility to be built next to the Kohl Center, the project has adequate financing and is back on track.

Defensive backs Niles Brinkley and Jay Valai talk about the matchup with the Golden Gophers.

Two days to Bucky/Goldy!

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