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Fall Football Preview: Secondary

Senior Chris Maragos

With Wisconsin's 2009 football season set to begin with the team's first official practice on Monday, Badger Nation breaks down the Badgers position by position. Last, but not least, is the secondary, a group that is the most experienced on the Badger defense, and the group ready to make a statement.

MADISON - In terms of positive vibes or things looking up, it doesn't get much better for Wisconsin's secondary, a unit that struggled at points last season, but returns a wealth of talent, experience and confidence. Sophomore Aaron Henry, after missing all of last year recovering from an ACL surgery, has returned and looks better than he did his freshman year. Working hard during Wisconsin's...

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