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Badgers down to 1 OL returning starter

Discussion in 'Football' started by wheat, Feb 11, 2019.

  1. wheat

    wheat Red Shirt 5 Year Member

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    Beareye and inthedeed like this.
  2. jmatlock

    jmatlock Red Shirt 5 Year Member

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    They have a pipeline unfortunately
     
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  3. inthedeed

    inthedeed Red Shirt 5 Year Member

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    nothing like a happy story on a possible dismal husker football day
     
  4. HuskerGene

    HuskerGene A work in progress 5 Year Member

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    Maybe it finally clogged...
     
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  5. CrabHusker

    CrabHusker Starter 5 Year Member

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    With all that cheese they eat, I wouldn't be surprised.
     
  6. joncarl

    joncarl Nobody important 10 Year Member

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    I like Wisconsin, and I am sure they will reload, but I do take some pleasure in know they will have to work very hard to get back to even close to what they were.
     
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  7. wcbsas

    wcbsas All Legend 15 Year Member

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    Dietzen shared the position with another lineman who has just as much experience.

    https://www.buckys5thquarter.com/2019/2/12/18220919/wisconsin-football-jon-dietzen-retirement-cole-van-lanen-kayden-lyles

    Cole van Lanen shared the position with Dietzen and is the highest graded returning OT in the country. with van Lanen, All B1G Center Biadasz and Logan Bruss they return 3 exoerienced players/starters.

    Their 2-deep depth chart shows 3 seniors, 2 juniors, 5 Sophs and 2 freshmen. Their starters will be fine ... due they have depth to avoid injuries is the real question!
     
  8. AzHusker

    AzHusker All Legend 10 Year Member

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  9. Middle-aged_Ball_Coach

    Middle-aged_Ball_Coach Recruit

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    I realize that it says more about me than anything else, but ... did anyone else look at his last name and at first glance think that it said "Bad@$$?" It would probably be an appropriate nickname.
     
  10. wcbsas

    wcbsas All Legend 15 Year Member

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    Stereotype stereotype ... kind of like the corn all you Nebraskans must eat! This coming from a Wisconsin Husker (and former Nebraskan myself)!
     
    Last edited: Feb 12, 2019
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  11. HuskerTea

    HuskerTea Red Shirt 5 Year Member

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    We are beginning to build one now too. We are on our way to restoring the order of the B1G West. We will be taking rightful place atop the division.Gotta believe.Keep the faith.GBR.
     
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  12. AUnhusker

    AUnhusker Red Shirt 5 Year Member

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    Some stereotypes fit the bill. Coming from a former Nebraskan living in Wisconsin married into a Wisconsin Family. Cheese and lots of butter on most everything in this Wisconsin family. LOL
     
  13. Huskerthom

    Huskerthom Blackshirt 5 Year Member

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    Hard to break a stereotype when your official state dairy food is cheese. They sell cheese curds as street food and they wear cheese heads at sporting events. Gee I wonder why people would assume that.

    For the record never met a Nebraskan who turned down corn on the cob. (Or skunks triple sweet.)
     

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