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Wisconsin coach Barry Alvarez addressed the media following the Badgers 38-27 victory.

New Page 1 Opening Statement:   "First of all, I'm pleased with the win. I thought our guys bounced back, particularly on offense. I know there were a lot of questions about Jim (Sorgi) this week and he's the first one to tell you that he didn't play well last week. Yet, I think he answered the call today. I thought he was very sharp. Obviously overthrew the interception which... Recommended Stories

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