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Badgers Hoping to Continue Missouri Pipeline

Badgers Hoping to Continue Missouri Pipeline

After Wisconsin got two of the best players from the St. Louis area for the Class of 2009, the Badgers and defensive coordinator Dave Doeren are heading deeper into Missouri to recruit standout defensive end Chase Rome.

Seeing his recruiting take off since signing day for the class of 2009, 2010 defensive lineman Chase Rome continues to see his mailbox become stuffed with offers. When you see the numbers he put up for Rock Bridge Senior H.S. (Columbia, MO), it's really no surprise to see his recruiting stock spike. As a junior, Rome registered 77 tackles, four sacks and recovered four fumbles to earn All-State...

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