The University of Wisconsin released a preliminary injury report and depth chart on Monday ahead the Wisconsin Badgers’ rematch with an Ohio State University.
Nose tackle Bryson Williams, who has been out since the Iowa game, is now listed as out for the season. On Thanksgiving day, he announced on Instagram that he is out for the season.
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My sophomore season was nothing that I expected it to be and knowing I won’t get to play with my brothers for the last couple games truly hurts. But I know that with every setback, there’s a comeback that makes everything worth it. I appreciate everyone who’s sent kind words, I won’t let this keep me back from the dream I’ve had my whole life. I’ll be back better than ever, that’s a promise
Apart from the Williams news that came out last Thursday, the injury report could be a lot worse. CB Faion Hicks and OL Cole Van Lanen are currently good to go after being ruled questionable last week.
In more recent news, WR A.J. Taylor is listed as questionable after a right leg injury took him out of the Minnesota game. Similarly, Rachad Wildgoose is only questionable after missing all of Saturday’s game with a left leg injury.
Just like Taylor, OL David Moorman is questionable with a leg injury that took him out of the Minnesota game.
David Moorman, A.J. Taylor and Rachad Wildgoose are all questionable this week for the Big Ten championship. pic.twitter.com/5xptVNOKjv— Jesse Temple (@jessetemple) December 2, 2019
For the depth chart on offense, there is one small change. John Chenal is listed as the No. 1 FB, moving Mason Stokke down to second team duties.
Likewise, there is only a minor change from last week on defense. The “OR” of the DE spot is gone between Garrett Rand and Matt Henningsen.
UPDATE Friday 8:34 a.m. CT: The new injury report released on Friday morning contains some tough news for senior WR A.J. Taylor who has been downgraded to “out for the season.”
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