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Day 4 recap: Valai says health a 'major concern'

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Here's a quick cruise around the web with the latest news from Day 4 of training camp:

Fall practice report No. 4 -
"An official depth chart has not been released yet but Gabe Carimi (left tackle), Jake Bscherer (left guard), Travis Frederick (center), Kevin Zeitler (right guard) and Josh Oglesby (right tackle) have had the most reps with the first unit offensive line. Today’s first-unit defensive line that worked in the 11-on-11 drills consisted of Jeff Stehle, J. J. Watt, Dan Moore and O’Brien Schofield, though between seven and eight Badgers rotated through the D-line."

Health a 'major concern' for Valai -

Welch named to Lou Groza Award watch list -

McClain Center tour with Nick Toon -

Ranking UW's positions among the nation (and more stuff) - JSOnline
UW's runningbacks are ranked No. 5 in the country by

Sherer knows what it takes to start -

Weight not an issue with Clay -

Bret Bielema Twitter Update: "I am meeting this morning with all freshman about Badger expectations on and off the field. Its a good group and expect a number 2 play.."

Player of the day: Tight end Mickey Turner

According to, Turner has the best catch of the day. It was a touchdown where he just barely snuck inside the pylon.

Quarterback update: Jon Budmayr was the only one mentioned in the team's official practice report. He's 4-for-4 in being mentioned positively in the practice report.

Practice Schedule:
Thursday (Day 4) -
The Badgers practiced in shoulder pads and shorts at 3:50 PM CT.
Friday (Day 5) - First day in full pads. "Now we’ll see who wants to be football players," Bielema told the team after practice, according to Practice starts at 3:50 PM CT.
Saturday (Day 6) - Two-a-days begin with practice at 9:30 a.m. The night practice starts at 7:40 p.m.