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Badger Bits: No. 1 recruit could play two sports

The Badgers are just barely in the mix for OL Seantrel Henderson, a 2010 recruit from Minnesota who is widely considered to be the No. 1 prospect in the nation. Still, according to The Cap Times, Bret Bielema and his staff have talked to Henderson about possibly playing football and basketball at UW.

On to some other links:

11W Sneak Peek: Wisconsin -
As we push through Ohio State week here on the 2009 Schedule Tour, Corey from Eleven Warriors -- who joined us on The 5th Quarter Radio Show Monday -- has a preview on Wisconsin, including some insight from yours truely.

Who are the Big Ten's home run threats? -
Adam Rittenberg lists WR David Gilreath as a home run threat and mentions freshman WR Kraig Appleton as someone to "keep an eye on" when it comes to home run ability.

Cal Poly game to be replayed Saturday on BTN - Big Ten Network
Under BTN's category of "Best Finishes of 2008" the Cal Poly at Wisconsin game will be replayed Saturday at 4 PM CT on the Big Ten Network. 

Women's basketball announces 2009 non-conference schedule -
The UW women's team will compete in the BTI Tip-off tournament and travel to North Carolina State for the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.

Bucky Badger to compete in 2009 Annual Celebrity Mascot Games -
Bucky is one of 27 professional and college mascots participating. Other Big Ten mascots competing are Purdue Pete, Iowa's Herkey the Hawk and Goldy Gopher from Minnesota. Unfortunately my favorite mascot in all of sports, the Arizona Diamondbacks' Baxter the Bobcat, will not be in the competition.

Finally, this from Bielema's Twitter yesterday:

"Have had my parents in town for a few days to relax with them... Problem is all my dad wants to do is ask a million questions about QB's..."