The longtime Madison teacher, coach and referee will run the 40-second, ready-for-play clock for the game between Alabama and Georgia.
As bad as they felt for Quintez Cephus, there wasn’t time for the other Wisconsin wide receivers to mope around.
Notes on Northwestern's display of unity, the UW Athletics Hall of Fame, the return of the Bucky Wagon, Packers general manager Ted Thompson, and Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez.
UW has yet to determine a position for the 6-foot-2, 215-pound, three-sport athlete, who hails from a Division 6 school with of an enrollment of around 260.
For the Badgers to get where they want to go this season, they'll need more efficient quarterback play than they've had at any time since Russell Wilson showed up out of the blue six years ago.
Safety Bryson Shaw announced via Twitter that he’s flipping his commitment from UW to Ohio State. The Potomac, Md., native cited personal family matters that led to a desire to stay closer to home.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected former University of Wisconsin inside linebacker Jack Cichy with the 202nd overall pick Saturday despite Cichy missing the last season and a half with injuries.
The Jacksonville Jaguars took Leon Jacobs with the 230th overall pick in the seventh round after the former inside linebacker and fullback recorded 60 tackles, 9.5 for loss, and 3.5 sacks for the Badgers last season.
The Denver Broncos selected former University of Wisconsin tight end Troy Fumagalli with the 156th overall pick in the fifth round of the NFL Draft on Saturday.
The Oakland Raiders selected Nick Nelson with the 110th overall pick in the fourth round Saturday after a record-breaking season for the Badgers.