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The many kicking games incorporated within football are central to a team's success. The Badgers special teams were for the most part solid last season. This year, they should be improved, and potentially in more flux than any other area of the team. Part 12 of a 14-part series.

New Page 1 Wisconsin's special teams were solid in general last season with one glaring exception. Punter R.J. Morse struggled throughout the season, averaging just 37.4 yards per punt, the lowest total among starting punters in the Big Ten. The Badgers paltry team average of 36.1 was also last in the conference.   The coverage units, though, were very good, quite near exceptional... Recommended Stories

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