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Hemer Could Join his Brother

Hemer Could Join his Brother

Knowing the advantages the Wisconsin walk-on program provides thanks to his older brother, Ethan, Medford (Wis.) senior lineman Ben Hemer is looking closesly at the three time defending Big Ten Champions.

MADISON - With Wisconsin having is man in Gary Andersen, the Badgers can now turn their attention to recruitingand building their walk-on program. One guy that might not have the high ranking or big name coming out of high school is Medford (Wis.) senior lineman Ben Hemer. Hemer went out on a high note with his team making a good run in the playoffs and playing at a high level for his last hurrah... Recommended Stories

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