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Nagy Stays on the Mend

Nagy Stays on the Mend

After a moped accident last summer cost Bill Nagy all but three games of the 2009 season, and almost much more, the senior lineman is on the mend, as his foot is getting closer to 100 percent and his exciting for spring practices is just starting to blossom.

Badger Nation: First off, how do you feel physically? Bill Nagy: I feel great just being back out here and making it through practice. I am not 100 percent by any means, but I just feel great being able to get back out here. Badger Nation: How challenging was last year for you? Bill Nagy: It was real tough obviously. It was hard sitting back and watching other guys take reps in place of... Recommended Stories

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