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Hoping to See Things Catch On

Hoping to See Things Catch On

Back for his second year as Wisconsin's wide receivers coach, DelVaughn Alexander continues to enjoy the challenge of coaching a group of youthful wide receivers into productive playmakers.

MADISON - Talk about being thrown into the deep end of the pool. Having to replaced veteran wide receiver coach Henry Mason a year ago after Mason suffered a spinal cord injury on a fall in his home, DelVaughn Alexander had to not only learn the system of offense, but had to cope and adapt with losing his top two receivers to serious injuries. A year later, Alexander returns but to a whole... Recommended Stories

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