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Anderson Making Progress

Although he is two years removed from his last serious ankle injury, the stat line of redshirt freshman Evan Anderson shows that it's a work still in progress. His work in practice, however, hints that the Wisconsin native isn't too far off from contributing.

MADISON - With sore feet and an undersized body for the post, Evan Anderson didn't hesitate to make himself feel uncomfortable last season. After years of being the big man in the middle, Anderson took himself out of the rotation for a year of seasoning and development. The opportunity for playing time has been there for Anderson, but the 6-10, 260-pound center recognizes he's not ready to make...

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