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Madison- The Badger football team got a curve ball from head coach Gary Andersen.  Wednesday, they had Spring Football practice moved up from 3 P.M. to 6 A.M.  A little early for some, but there didn't seem to be a lack of energy at the McClain Center.  Incumbent starting quarterback Joel Stave saw limited action, throwing a handful of passes before being shut down.  Stave's coming back from a shoulder injury he suffered at the Capital One Bowl on New Years Day.

The early wake-up call is a change of pace for Wisconsin, but head coach Gary Andersen says there's a method to his madness."The reason for it, it's the best time with a lot of tests- a lot of things going on but I think they handled it well.  Also want to give them curve balls through Spring ball as a young crew to see how they're handling the adjustments on the schedule and surprises for the coaches and surprises for the kids, so it was a good morning.  Overall this crew- they're working hard.  We have a long ways to go on offense, defense, and special teams, but the care factro is there and they're a fun crew to coach."Early Badger gets the worm

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