Badgers back from the bye week

MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin football is back after a much-needed week off.

The bye week allowed Keeanu Benton to go walleye fishing, Jake Chaney got to pick apples at an apple orchard for the first time in his life, but most importantly, the Badgers got healthy.

For the first time since week one, Hunter Wohler is expected to play. His presence at practice, along with a handful of others back from injuries, has energized the team.

“Just the fact that we think that a number of guys can be available that have not been in really a big capacity in a while, that’s exciting here for this last stretch of the season,” interim Head Coach Jim Leonhard said.