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Wisconsin RB Corey Clement to have sports hernia surgery, miss 4-6 weeks

Wisconsin junior running back Corey Clement is expected to have sports hernia surgery and will miss approximately 4-6 weeks. Wisconsin’s official football Twitter account, @BadgerFootball, tweeted out the announcement Thursday afternoon. Clement has missed the Badgers’ last two games after playing sparingly in Wisconsin’s season-opening loss to Alabama. “Corey has been dealing with some issues since before the Alabama game,” Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst said. “He has been undergoing treatment since that time and has seen some progress but not to the point where our medical staff is satisfied. So after consultation with our medical staff, Corey has decided to

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Video: Wisconsin football players join Dance Team to entertain crowd

Wisconsin fans will like this: Members of the football team joined the Dance Team to entertain the crowd at Sunday’s men’s basketball game vs. Illinois. [ MORE: Like this post? Get all of our favorite Gone Viral moments ] So, if you’ve ever wondered how Corey Clement dances when he isn’t doing touchdown dances with Melvin Gordon, your answer is in the video above. It was all fun for the Badgers all day Sunday. Wisconsin rolled Illinois, 68-49, to claim its eighth straight game and improve to 23-2, including 11-1 in Big Ten play. The 23-2 clip ties for the

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Countdown to kickoff: West breakout player?

Kickoff is fast approaching. To help count down the days to Aug. 28, the BTN.com team is discussing one topic every day. Think of it as our countdown to kickoff. Today’s topic: West breakout player? See Tom Dienhart, Sean Merriman and Brent Yarina’s picks in this post. See our other 2014 predictions: Tom Dienhart: Maliek Collins, DT, Nebraska. Bo Pelini has compared him to former LSU great Glenn Dorsey, who he coached in Baton Rouge. Collins got his feet wet last year as a true freshman (12 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 1 sack) and flashed athletic ability and strength.

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B1G offensive players who deserve more fanfare

Spring football is nearing a close. There are three more spring games Saturday (Iowa, Michigan State, Rutgers), and that will mark the end of the Big Ten’s spring season. With most eyes already on the 2014 season, I decided to rank my top five offensive players (I took some liberties with that number) who should be receiving more attention entering the season. 1. Indiana quarterbacks. Whether it’s Tre Roberson or Nate Sudfeld, or a mixture of the two, under center, the Hoosiers figure to feature the Big Ten’s elite offense. The two signal-callers combined for 3,651 passing yards, 36 TD

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Big Ten office hands out Week 12 Players of the Week

The Big Ten office released its Week 12 Big Ten Players of the Week on Monday morning. The list features a pair of Buckeyes, including Ryan Shazier, the back-to-back Defensive Player of the Week. See all the honorees and watch select video highlights in this post. Offensive Player of the Week: Carlos Hyde, Ohio State, Sr., RB Rushed for a career-high 246 yards, the fourth-most in Ohio State history, and scored five total touchdowns in the Buckeyes’ road victory over Illinois, becoming the first Big Ten player since 2010 to score five times in a game Averaged 10.3 yards per

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Big Ten office releases Week 2 Players of the Week

The Big Ten office announced its Week 2 Players of the Week on Monday. The recipients: Jeremy Gallon (Offense), Shilique Calhoun (Defense), Marcus Jones & Akeem Hunt (Special Teams) and Corey Clement (Freshman). Read more about each player and see one of their highlights in this post. Offensive Player of the Week: Jeremy Gallon, Michigan, Sr., WR Finished with career highs in receiving yards (184) and touchdowns (three) as Michigan defeated Notre Dame on Saturday in front of an NCAA-record crowd of 115,109 Collected eight catches to accrue 184 yards, the sixth-most in program history and most since Roy Roundtree