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Striving for the Mental Edge

Marquis Mason (Fleming/12)

After he tore his ACL in last spring, receiver and Madison native Marquis Mason let the injury cloud his mind. A year later, the redshirt sophomore is physically ready to compete, and he's building up his mental edge to be a truly standout playmaker.

MADISON - Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema compares redshirt sophomore receiver Marquis Mason to a box of chocolates, always wondering what he is going to get when the former Madison East athlete steps on the field and competes. And while his first two seasons have been a lot like a variety pack, Mason has started to show in this year's spring camp that consistency is his flavor of choice. He's...

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