Coming off a bye week, University of Wisconsin football coach Paul Chryst met the media Monday at the McClain Center and talked about the Badgers' next game vs. Iowa.
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After back-to-back losses, Cole Van Lanen and Co. are eager to win the battles up front vs. Iowa on Saturday.
Since Nate Stanley took over as the starting quarterback in 2017, the Badgers have beaten the Hawkeyes 38-14 and 28-17.
“I just feel like we’ve got to get back to how we were before, everybody swarming to the ball,” sophomore cornerback Rachad Wildgoose says.
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