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Football preview: Wisconsin can expect win against FAU for second home game

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first_imgWith less than 16 years of football experience under their belt, the Florida Atlantic football team comes to Madison to take on the University of Wisconsin football team.These two teams have not met before during the regular season, and this will be the second non-conference game that the Badgers will play this fall.FAU FAU is a newcomer to big-time football, with only two bowl games under their belt and one Conference USA title under their belt. The team, who has only been around for 16 seasons, have been struggling recently, leading to the firing of head coach Charlie Patridge.It has been almost seven years since the Owls have seen either a bowl game or a conference championship game. Their most recent season ended in a 3-9 record, which was the same record that they held for 2014 and 2015.Football preview: What to expect from the Badgers this seasonThe University of Wisconsin football team enters the 2017 season with high expectations and hopes of replicating, or even exceeding, Read…The Owls are also currently struggling to find a starting quarterback. Currently, there are three players competing for the starting quarterback role, and none seem to be a real standout during summer practices.With a small class of seniors taking leadership over very few roles, it is uncertain whether or not FAU will be able to compete with a Big Ten team like Wisconsin.WisconsinThe Badgers are entering their second home non-conference game this season. After a match-up With Utah State University, the Badgers welcome the challenge that FAU brings.The Badgers enter this season with a confirmed starting quarterback in Alex Hornibrook, along with a veteran roster full of talented players ready to keep building on the Wisconsin legacy. The Badgers have also hired a new defensive coordinator in Jim Leonhard, who is a former NFL safety.How Jim Leonhard’s NFL experience will help out Wisconsin’s defenseThe University of Wisconsin football defense is relishing in an amazing opportunity to learn from former NFL safety Jim Leonhard. Read…On the down side, Wisconsin entered the season down one key player. The injury of Jack Cichy leaves the team with one less veteran and one less leader, which will shake up the inside linebacker position.UW, who was one of the best defensive teams last year, needs to maintain their defensive standards, even with key players injured. The beginning of this season hosts some of the easiest game that the Badgers will see all year, so struggling now does not bode well for the future.Larson’s Prediction: Wisconsin wins (insert game prediction)FAU won’t be a tough competitor. Their lack of experience combined with their inexperienced roster will not stand up against the strength of the Badgers. This is a particularly cruel match-up for this Conference USA team, but it is a good learning opportunity for them down the road.last_img read more

Christmas in July for Alpena’s MidMichigan hospital

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first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich. — Each year Clark Construction Company challenges their interns with an idea for community day.this year the company did a toy drive at MidMichigan hospital in Alpena where toys flooded the table in one of the conference rooms.This was the result of a proposed idea from Dylan Remelt, a lead intern at Clark Construction in Lansing.Remelt’s idea came about after having conversations with friends and family who work in hospitals.Remelt said after proposing his idea to Clark Construction, they wanted to donate to each area where they have a presence.Because of COVID–19, he said they did an Amazon wish list and even coordinated safety precautions with the hospitals to ensure safe delivery.Due to HIPAA  regulations, they were unable to see the reactions from the children but Remelt said giving back is always something he’s enjoyed and just doing it makes him feel good.Toys of all kinds were delivered to the children last Friday. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious Marine researchers work together to map the Thunder Bay National Marine SanctuaryNext Local restaurant proceeds with car showlast_img read more