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An Ironic Twist

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After injuries ended his high school senior and redshirt season prematurely at Wisconsin, freshman Jon Budmayr's solid, confidence play during camp as made him a viable option for the future. With the injury to Curt Phillips, Budmayr is one hit away from being Wisconsin's starting quarterback.

Badger Nation: After a couple of rough years, how does it simply feel to be healthy? Jon Budmayr: Great! It definitely does. I have gone through some injuries in the past but like I've told myself and something my parents instilled in me at a young age, everything happens for a reason. God's really got a plan and right now, he's got me healthy and got me going. For that, it feels good... Recommended Stories

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