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When UW’s offense got back on track in the latter half of the season, the middle three offensive linemen — left guard David Moorman, center Tyler Biadasz and right guard Jason Erdmann — got in sync. All three of those players are gone now, with Moorman and Erdmann graduating and Biadasz leaving a year early for the NFL.
State Journal beat reporters Colten Bartholomew and Jim Polzin are back to discuss the big news in Badgers sports.
Like Nebraska's Cameron Jurgens, Wisconsin's Tyler Biadasz never played the center position until he got to college.
Aron Cruickshank starred as a kick returner for the Badgers this season. He had two kickoff returns for TDs, including a 95-yard return in the Rose Bowl.
Tyler Biadasz, a junior from Amherst, was UW's first Rimington Award winner as the nation's top center.
Biadasz may have taken a risk last year when he decided to return for his redshirt junior season — many draft evaluators thought he could’ve been a second- or third-round pick if he declared for the 2019 draft. That risk paid off, as Biadasz stayed healthy, became a consensus All-American, and UW’s first Rimington Award winner as the nation’s best center.
Wednesday's Rose Bowl vs. Oregon might be the final game together for the redshirt juniors from central Wisconsin.
UW freshman quarterback Graham Mertz made an impression with first-team practice reps throughout the season.