Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Rapid Replay: Leo Chanel, the defense is doing enough to get Wisconsin football past the army. Purdue next

Purdue saddens Iowa’s No. 2 win that gives UW a path to the Western Big Ten title if he can win the rest of the game.


ILB Leo Chenal

UW’s junior inner midfielder Leo Chenal was a serious ball in the center of the army’s attack. Twice he punched the gap between defender and center to fend off Tyler Tyler before option play could even begin, and he ended up with 17 tackles.

His speed of transition from mid to second flank attempts was impressive and kept Armie in awe for most of the night, and his strip bag in the fourth quarter made the Badgers finish the game with an easy touchdown.

Honorable Mention: ILB Jack Sanborn.

Open Jim: Is the Badgers Football Program Check Engine Light on?


1. Stop and start Allen

Running freshman Bralon Allen continued to impress with the Badgers’ expanded offensive role. His landing in the second quarter was an important step in his development as a defender.

He took the handle and took a few steps towards the pile on the line of scrimmage, stopped and turned left. He left untouched for a 33-yard touchdown, giving UW the lead. Developing that kind of patience will only make the 6ft 2,238lb back more effective as he matures as a runner.

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