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Williams, Biegel round out No. 20 Badgers' battered line

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   MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- No. 20 Wisconsin has settled on a starting offensive line after a training camp filled with injuries.
   Walker Williams will get the start at right guard when the Badgers face No. 3 Alabama on Saturday night. Hayden Biegel will start at right tackle.
   Both players missed time in camp with head injuries. New coach Paul Chryst said both players will be a full go in practice.
   Injuries have raised questions about the line, traditionally a position of strength for the Badgers.
   Redshirt freshman Michael Dieter is the new starter at left guard. He was initially ticketed to play on the right side.
   Left tackle Tyler Marz and center Dan Voltz are the veteran holdovers from last year.

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