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Recruit Departures Frustrate Andersen

Recruit Departures Frustrate Andersen

Whether it be a legal issue, academics or personal reasons, Wisconsin head coach Gary Andersen doesn't hide his frustration for some unforeseen setbacks to his highly-touted 2014 recruiting class.

CHICAGO - All the problematic situations Wisconsin head coach Gary Andersen has encountered involving the 2014 recruiting class can be labeled as vastly different, but that doesn’t make them any easier when trying to put a finger on why they’ve happened. In his first full recruiting cycle as Wisconsin coach, Andersen’s 26-member class ranked No.29 in the Scout.com recruiting rankings, but three...

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