Draft Scout Snapshot: 2010: First-team All-Big Ten (media) and honorable mention All-Big Ten (coaches)... started all 13 games … sixth on the team with 56 tackles ... led team with five interceptions and was third with seven pass break-ups … also recovered two fumbles and caused one during the year … named UW's co-defensive player of the week after returning an interception for a touchdown, recovering a fumble and matching career high with nine tackles at Purdue on Nov. 6 … UW's co-defensive player of the week after making six tackles and breaking up one pass in win over No. 1 Ohio State. 2009: Played in all 13 games, starting five … made 35 tackles … broke up one pass and had two tackles against Ohio State … had four tackles and the first interception of his career against Fresno State. 2008: Appeared on special teams in 12 games and finished with 13 tackles … had one tackle and career-high two kickoff returns for 50 yards, including career-long 25-yard return, against Florida State in the Champs Sports Bowl … named ESPN.com's Big Ten special teams player of the week and UW's co-special teams player of the week after recording one tackle and forcing a fumble that led to a Badger safety against Minnesota … named UW's special teams player of the week after he had season-high three tackles and had a forced fumble at Michigan.
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01/02/12 - Scouting the Wisconsin pass defense: Wisconsin's pass defense is something that Oregon might look to exploit. Sure, Wisconsin's numbers are inflated somewhat due to several blowouts, forcing opponents to spend most of the game passing the ball in hopes of mounting a comeback. Wisconsin was able to hold down its numbers, allowing just 144.5 yards passing per game. The Badgers have dealt with injuries along the defensive line and secondary, affecting chemistry and leading to several backups playing key roles. But the Badgers have stopped teams from putting up big numbers due to a solid linebacker corps and deep roster. Oregon's speed on offense and athleticism might be the toughest test for Wisconsin's defense. The Badgers did a great job limiting Northern Illinois' high-octane offense earlier this season, but Oregon's blend of experience and talent equals one of the best offensives in the country. But Wisconsin had trouble stopping Michigan State's group of speedy receivers in both games, something that could forecast a long day for UW's defense against the Ducks. - The Sports Xchange