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Spring Impressions: Defense

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BadgerNation publisher Benjamin Worgull breaks down where the defense stands following the completion of Wisconsin's 15 spring practices, which ended on Saturday with the spring game.

Defensive Line A group that lost the most probably took the most strides over the 15 spring practices, as Wisconsin's defensive line has developed some young potential at the position. Wisconsin likely will begin the 2014 season (which kicks off Aug.30 against LSU in Houston) with Warren Herring at defensive tackle and Konrad Zagzebski at defensive end. Opposite Zagzebski appears for the... Recommended Stories

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