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Trotter Doesn't Miss a Beat

Marcus Trotter's M.O. since he arrived at Wisconsin last summer as a preferred walk-on was to play with a chip on his shoulder, taking out the frustrations of not earning the scholarship chances he felt he deserved. Despite missing two weeks of practice, that hard work to prove people wrong will give Trotter a chance to prove himself.

MADISON – When he stepped foot on campus, Marcus Trotter wanted to be known as the guy with the chip on his shoulder. Passed over by a number of BCS and non-BCS schools despite impressive camp performances, Trotter planned to play angry, play aggressive and not tell anybody he couldn't do something. In less than a year, Trotter has gone from the ‘unknown' to the ‘know-it-all.' "I get a lot of...

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