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No time to spare for UW secondary

Levonne Rowan (UW Athletics)

The Badgers needs their defensive backs to develop in a hurry

For the University of Wisconsin's largely inexperienced secondary, the Sept. 3 opener with Bowling Green could be viewed as a blessing and a curse. The Falcons will visit Camp Randall boasting what may prove to be the nation's best passing offense, with a potential NFL No. 1 pick at the controls in quarterback Omar Jacobs. The Badgers' last line of defense is brimming with talent but is short on... Recommended Stories

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