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Badger Bits: Wisconsin's most important play of 2010?

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Hey everybody- hope you all had a good and relaxing weekend. I know I did! Favorite gift so far for me was a Bucky Badger bobblehead. Anyway, back to the Badger Bits!

Jeff Potrykus of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel has a piece out about Wisconsin's most important play of 2010. In other words, which single play was the most significant to the Badgers' Big Ten Championship season? Potrykus lists a few options: David Gilreath's kickoff return for a touchdown against Ohio State, Brad Nortman's fake punt, Jay Valai's blocked extra point, among others.

To be sure, there are a plethora of options for the Badgers' most important play of 2010. However, this is obviously a question that needs to be put to a vote! Make sure to vote in the poll!

More Badger Bits after the jump!

Mike Lucas of writes about what the Christmas holiday means to some of the Badgers.

Tom Mulhern of says that while John Clay has looked good in practice so far, Montee Ball and James White are still expected to be at the top of the depth chart for the Rose Bowl.

Jeff Potrykus of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel has a story about left guard John Moffitt. Moffitt will be playing in his final college football game on Saturday, and he says that he has grown a lot since he decided to stay at Wisconsin instead of declaring for the NFL draft.

Potrykus also writes that the Badgers are healthy and ready to have a full squad for the Rose Bowl.

Speaking of having the full team for the Rose Bowl, Bielema is not anticipating any academic issues to come up before the game, according to Tom Mulhern.

And, surprise surprise, its Mulhern again. He says that the team will need to refocus on the game quickly after visiting Disney Land.

We're really getting down to the wire here: only 5 days until the Rose Bowl!