Wisconsin camp updates
Jake was at Monday's practice, which featured the second scrimmage of the fall, though it was mostly closed to the media. He has a nice, in-depth recap of everything he saw and Gary Andersen said. The main news is that Andersen says the Badgers won't publicly name a starting quarterback before the Aug. 30 opener vs. LSU. I also rounded up some updates from the other beat writers in attendance.
Tom Oates shares his impressions on the first two weeks of camp for Madison.com.
Jeff Potrykus has another update for JSOnline.com, including a note on freshman quarterback D.J. Gillins and Andersen keeping options open for him.
Jesse Temple reports for Fox Sports Wisconsin. One enticing nugget is freshman running back Caleb Kinlaw returned to the field after offseason surgery and impressed. He could push fellow freshman Taiwan Deal for the No. 3 spot behind Melvin Gordon and Corey Clement.
National college football
Dave Heller rounds up how AP poll voters voted in last week's opening edition for Fox Sports Wisconsin.
Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller reinjured his shoulder at practice Monday and could reportedly be out for the season. Land-Grant Holy Land has everything you need to know. Losing Miller for any amount of time would obviously be a huge blow for the Buckeyes, as well as his Heisman Trophy hopes. Ohio State opens the season vs. Navy in Maryland before three home games, the first of which comes against Virginia Tech. The Buckeyes then get a trip to Maryland to open Big Ten play.
More sad college football news: Hawaii might have to shutter its football program due to financial struggles at the university.
Oklahoma freshman and former Wisconsin five-star running back target Joe Mixon was suspended for the year following an alleged assault of a woman last week in Norman.
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LGHL's Uniform Nation rounds up all the new unis in college football this season.
SB Nation's Bud Elliott has a nice look at the recruiting aspects of the Notre Dame academic scandal.
Wisconsin women's hockey team is sending 10 players to represent the United States and Canada in the U-18 and U-22 challenge series in Calgary, Alberta, later this week.
News 8 in La Crosse has a great, hourlong video preview special of Wisconsin high school football.
Former Badgers Former Badgers Bryce Gilbert and Brock DeCicco have landed at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.