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Spring Q&A: Derek Landisch

Derek Landisch (Matt Fleming/File)

With Wisconsin transitioning to a 3-4 defense, the Badgers need more middle linebackers. Having played in every game his first two seasons on campus, junior Derek Landisch is playing his way into one of those roles.

Having played in all 28 games your first two seasons, how do you describe your road the last two years? Derek Landisch: It's been really fun. It's taught me a lot of life lessons. I always believed that football is the ultimate teacher of life. It's really taught me that anything you do, you have to put the work in day in and day out. In football, for example, it's putting the work in the film... Recommended Stories

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