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Badgers have first full-pad practice

Published On: Aug 09 2013 07:01:59 PM CDT
Updated On: Aug 10 2013 10:53:51 AM CDT

MADISON, Wis. -

The Badger football team had its first full-pad practice of fall camp at Camp Randall Stadium Friday afternoon.

Head Coach Gary Andersen said he was pleased with most of the workout, but was a little disappointed with part of it.

"I thought we had a serious lull when the offense was going indoor and the defense was staying out  there was about a three period stretch that was the worst we have had since I have been here," Andersen said. "We got together and we talked about it.

"I think with full pads on, [it] gives us just a little bit more of an edge and especially on a long drawn out week. but that is what we want, long drawn out weeks right now."

The Badgers will have two practices Saturday- one in the morning and one at night. They'll take Sunday off then have their first scrimmage of fall camp Monday afternoon.

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