Wisconsin will kick off the home portion of its schedule Saturday against Central Michigan at 2:30 p.m. Here's what Paul Chryst had to say to the media following Thursday morning's practice.
Chryst discusses a couple of in-state products, Keeanu Benton, a freshman nose tackle, and Jake Ferguson, a sophomore tight end, as players who are seeing bigger roles this season.
In regards to getting back to work at home, Chryst is excited for the chance to play a home game.
Wisconsin will be without at least three starters for Saturday's game against CMU. Also, Chryst didn't tip his hand in regards to which quarterback might see playing time, or which freshmen might get their first taste of varsity action.
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