Wisconsin football coach Gary Andersen spoke with the media Tuesday morning on the Big Ten’s weekly coaches teleconference ahead of his team’s game against Ohio State.Andersen touched on the play of running back Melvin Gordon, linebacker Chris Borland and how Wisconsin intends to prepare for the possibility of facing quarterbacks Braxton Miller and Kenny Guiton. No. 23 Wisconsin (3-1) travels to face No. 4 Ohio State (4-0) at 7 p.m. CT Saturday in a game that will provide the winner with the early inside track on the Leaders Division title. Here is the full transcript of Andersen’s conference call:Andersen: Quick review of the game. I thought Melvin had a tremendous game along with James. The running game was again a big part of who we are on offense. We were able to run the ball effectively throughout the day, so that was great. The offensive line, tight ends, wide receivers, fullbacks, they all blocked very well and gave those kids some holes. They took advantage of them. On defense, we were very solid. Chris Borland continues to play at a very high level in my opinion. As the leader of that defense he gets those gets lined up, gets them in the… Read full this story
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