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Spring Q&A: Michael Caputo

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After originally moving to outside linebacker at the start of spring, Michael Caputo proved to be too valuable of an asset to move out of the defensive backfield. BadgerNation talks with Caputo about his improvement since last season and his take on the new identity of the defense.

You mention last season that the main goal for you this offseason would be adding strength. How did you go about doing that? Michael Caputo: I just stuck to Coach Simon's lift program and I just stayed on top of eating healthier and gaining more weight. I put some good weight on and really feel a lot stronger. Did Coach Simon's weight program change much from last season to this season? If so... Recommended Stories

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