The Wisconsin Badgers (9-2 overall, 6-2 B1G) head into a key matchup with the Minnesota Golden Gophers (10-1 overall, 7-1 B1G) with another light injury report. However, a few players are once again questionable due to head injuries.
Nose tackle Bryson Williams will continue his absence and will not play against Minnesota. Cornerback Faion Hicks left the Purdue game because of a head injury, and he is questionable this week. Additionally, offensive tackle Cole Van Lanen was upgraded to questionable as he continues to recover from a head injury.
#Badgers preliminary status report for Minnesota. Van Lanen, Hicks questionable (head) pic.twitter.com/XpREz4anme— Jake Kocorowski (@JakeKoco) November 25, 2019
Absent the injury report is safety Collin Wilder who was shook up on a play in which he was ejected for targeting. Of course, he will not play the first half against Minnesota since he was penalized in the second half of the Purdue game.
UPDATE, Monday Nov. 25, 2:45 p.m. CT:
The offensive depth chart is the same as last week before Van Lanen’s injury.
Likewise on defense and special teams, there are no changes from last week.
B5Q will update this post throughout the week with updates.