I'd really like to thank Fox News for thoroughly covering the Ines Sainz story. When you're able to focus again here's some Badger news.
In a blog post Jeff Potrykus writes its unlikely WRs Nick Toon and David Gilreath will play Saturday and that Ricky Wagner is taking snaps at right tackle with the first string offense.
Both the Journal Sentinel and Wisconsin State Journal have stories on ASU. Potrykus at the writes that the UW defense is going to have its hands full Saturday trying to keep up with the Sun Devils' speed on offense while Andy Baggot has a piece on head coach Dennis Erickson's connection to UW.
Dave Heller has a ton of rankings, recruiting, and Heisman links on the JSOnline's Badgers Blog.
Tom Lea at BadgerBlitz writes that if all goes well Saturday could be the first time linebackers Mike Taylor and Chris Borland have been on the field together in a long time.
BadgerBlitz also has its week two edition of the Hot List, which I think is the top 11 players this season.
Matt Lepay talks about 1-AA upsets and the ASU game in The Voice on UWBadgers.com. South Dakota, who beat Minnesota Saturday, come to Madison next year and their defensive line and special teams coach is former Badger Jake Sprague.
According to the AP's Colin Fry we should expect to see more and more John Clay as the season progresses.
Adam Rittenberg is the latest person to cover UW's increased emphasis on avoiding turnovers in the red zone and also has a video discussing Iowa, Wisconsin, and Michigan State's as possible Big Ten title contenders to Ohio State. The UW part starts at 1:46.
Tommy Torkelson isn't among the Badger fans who are a little less excited after the sluggish performance vs. San Jose State. Torkelson lays out UW's roadmap to the BCS championship game including what the polls will look like late in the season.
Over in Sun Devil country ASU Blog House of Sparky has its own version fo daily news, AZCentral.com helps Sun Devil fans get to know Wisconsin and says ASU's defense will be in the spotlight Saturday and coach Erickson talks Wisconsin at his press conference.
If you feel the need to reminisce about Jim Leonhard's famous dunk contest win or are interested everything you wanted to know about Leonhard read Eastbay's exclusive interview with the ex-Badger and current Jet.
I don't know why I'm linking to a Michigan story that isn't making fun of them but if you're interested here's what John Navarre is up to these days. Leave it to a Michigan grad to say Waterford is 30 minutes north of Milwaukee.