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Jerry Kill Retires Suddenly

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It looks like his health issues finally took their toll. I always had a lot of respect for the man and feel for him. Good for him though, choosing to put his health and family before his career.

Watch: Michael Caputo breaks down turnovers

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The redshirt senior and captain breaks down the effects of turnovers and the Badgers' defensive effort so far in 2015.

Watch: Dare Ogunbowale talks injuries, Bart Houston

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The former walk-on and now starting running back discusses the injury situation with Wisconsin, and also the personalities of Alec Ingold and Bart Houston.

Watch: Darius Hillary discusses limiting big plays

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Check out the lock-down cornerback discuss the defense's ability to limit big plays and continuing to improve.

Watch: Alex Erickson talks UW's injuries

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Listen to redshirt senior Alex Erickson discuss Bart Houston's personality and dealing with a similar injury that Joel Stave's going through currently.

Schobert joins Caputo on Lott watch list

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Joe's getting ALL the hype right now.

T.J. Edwards named Big Ten Freshman of the Week

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No surprise here: Wisconsin redshirt freshman linebacker T.J. Edwards is the Big Ten Freshman of the Week after recording a career-high 16 tackles in Saturday's win over Purdue.

Edwards also forced a fumble and notched seven solo tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss. This is the first time Edwards has won a weekly award from the Big Ten. UW's last Big Ten Freshman of the Week was Taiwan Deal on Sept. 28.

For more on Wisconsin's strong effort against Purdue, read our defense review from Sunday.

Antonio Williams commits to Ohio State

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As expected, former Wisconsin running back verbal commit Ohio State has committed to Ohio State. We outlined the saga around Williams' decommitment in much detail here and here, and also named some possible replacements for him in Madison here.

Wisconsin beefing up RB recruiting efforts

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On the heels of Antonio Williams' decommitment, Wisconsin's staff reminds the country the Badgers are among the best in the business at producing 1,000-yard rushers.

Update: As many have noted, it appears the numbers may not be as accurate as they should be.