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Returning Dividends

Returning Dividends

A year after kickoff and punt returns were a disaster for the Badgers, No.9 Wisconsin has two solid weapons - Luke Swan and David Gilreath - that are making things happen.

MADISON – When fans think about 2006 and Wisconsin special teams, the cringe are the usual gut reaction. Plagued by inconsistent fielding, turnovers and broken confidence by its main return man, finding reliable players to provide a spark was issue number one heading into fall camp. Through three games in 2007, those cringes are turning to cheers. Employing the services of fifth-year senior...

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