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Casey Dehn (Fleming/12)

He walked away after reportedly having multiple disputes with his old offensive line coach, but Casey Dehn was simply unhappy with the speed of his development. After missing out on last year's title, Dehn has changed his tune, and is back on UW's offensive line with a purpose.

MADISON - With a smile on his face as he jogged off the practice field following a recent spring practice, it was evident that junior offensive lineman Casey Dehn was happy to be back in pads. Following a redshirt freshman season where he played in 12 games and started one, Dehn played in five of the first six games in 2011 before quitting the team, unhappy with how he was progressing. Even...

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