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Spring Q&A: Rob Wheelwright

Rob Wheelwright (UW Athletics)

Although he has missed most of spring with an injury, sophomore wide receiver Rob Wheelwright is hoping to make enough strides in his game to be a factor for Wisconsin in the fall.

So by giving you Jared Abbrederis' old number four, are the equipment personnel aren't putting any more pressure on you to perform this year? Rob Wheelwright: Yeah, there's the little pressure, but it's a jersey number that I am still earning. I like that. I don't want to live up to him, but I want to use him as motivation. This was a guy who was great here. Being me, I want to be the same, so...

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