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Shelton Johnson (left) with Marcus Cromartie (BN)

MADISON - With 13 starts in the last two years, senior safety Shelton Johnson is one of the most experienced players in the secondary. Talking with Badger Nation prior to the spring game, Johnson says the biggest thing standing between his group and greatness is consistency.

When you watch from last year, how would you say your secondary played overall? Shelton Johnson: I mean, I was pretty happy with how we played overall. Every now and then we would have a miscommunication of a breakdown, but I think as an overall group we were pretty good. How about you personally? Johnson: I think toward the end of the season I started doing a lot better. I don't want to say...

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