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Gilbert Almost Ready

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Nearing the front part of his 6-to-8 week timetable after breaking his right foot prior to the Nebraska game, junior defensive end David Gilbert has yet to be cleared to practice, but feels he'll be ready to play when No.19 Wisconsin travels to Illinois November 19.

MADISON - For three seasons, David Gilbert knew what it's like to be on the Wisconsin football team's traveling roster. Enrolling early as a freshman and working hard enough to earn a spot on special teams, Gilbert has always been involved in some faucet of the game plan dating back to his first road trip to Minnesota. Maybe that's why the last four weeks, the last two especially, have been such...

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