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One of the biggest commits in Wisconsin's 2010 recruiting class, defensive tackle Beau Allen thinks he will be even more productive heading into his sophomore season. Allen talks with Badger Nation about his offseason workouts and his plans for spring.

MADISON - Knowing the vacancies they would have entering the 2010 season at defensive tackle, the Wisconsin coaching staff targeted Beau Allen as early as his sophomore year of high school. When Allen committed over schools like Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Notre Dame and Stanford, the Badgers coaching staff wasn't going to let that kind of talent stay on the scout team. Playing in all 1...

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