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Badgers open Fall Camp

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MADISON, Wis. (WKOW) -- Football season is officially here for the Badgers. Day 1 of Fall Camp is in the books. Head Coach Paul Chryst saying it was a good day, a fun day, but a lot of work has yet to be done.


"Fun to be able to get out there and work with them. Obviously first day and it had a good energy to it. It was good to get back out here. "

After practice, Chryst had some fiery words for his players in their team breakdown.

"It's just a message to the guys you know, how you got to take advantage of every opportunity."

The senior class knows there will be a lot of pressure put on them to lead the way into a positive camp experience. 


"It's a time for us to gel as a team. To find our identity as a Wisconsin Badgers team, " senior linebacker Vince Biegel said. "I'm looking forward to this camp. It's out fourth phase. We always talk about it started with winter workouts, spring ball, summer workouts, now it's the final phase of Fall Camp and the season will soon be upon us."


"I think the offseason that we had, the potential that we have coming up for the season is going to show forth, "senior running back Corey Clement added.  "Camp is an awesome time to see. Once the pads really get on, we see's who really who." 

There will be 24 total practices this Fall Camp leading into the Badgers September 3 season opener vs. LSU at Lambeau Field. 
 

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