Madison (WQOW) -- At this time next week, fans will get to their first look at the Wisconsin football team under new coach Gary Andersen. But will they like what they see?
Last weekend, Andersen told the media that the team's spring game will look more like a scrimmage than an actual game. The coach says the decision was made to be cautious with his players' health. But at Friday's morning practice, Andersen was quick to set the record straight -- just because it's not a game does not mean it won't be fun to watch.
"I think fans are really going to like it and it will be more intriguing than a watered down spring game where people aren't really playing all the time, says Andersen. "I think it will be very entertaining and the kids will be excited about it. If that's out there that it's not going to be, it's a scrimmage, it's not a scrimmage, it's much more than a scrimmage, it's got a true feel of a spring game."
Wisconsin will hold its spring game on April 20th at 4:00 p.m.
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