MADISON, Wis. (WKOW) Tanner McEvoy stole the show at Wisconsin's spring game Saturday.
That sets up quite the battle for the starting quarterback position between McEvoy and Joel Stave this fall.
McEvoy showed he's much improved on the offensive side of the ball, making plays with his arm and his legs.
The game Saturday wrapped up a 15-practice spring season. But there's still a lot of work ahead, with summer conditioning in June and fall camp in August.
As the team will be working towards one of the biggest season openers ever, an August 30th game in Houston against LSU. "All summer we're definitely going to be preparing and it's definitely going to be a challenge going down to Reliant Stadium and taking on an SEC opponent right off the bat and we're going to be preparing," said fullback Derek Watt.
"I call this one of these games growing up as a kid you always want to play these type of teams. The way we went out last season, SEC, it just gives us another chance to get back at it. Everybody wants to bring up the speed but we'll be ready," said Badgers defensive back Sojourn Shelton.
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