MADISON (WKOW) -- Following Wednesday night's practice, Badgers head coach Gary Andersen attempted to downplay the fact his defense had been dominating the offense most of fall camp.
"It's probably the norm, especially when you're dealing with as much movement as there is with this defensive scheme. It doesn't worry me."
Well, Andersen likely started worrying after watching Thursday morning's live practice. The defense clearly won the day again. Senior defensive lineman Beau Allen walked off the Camp Randall field with a huge grin on his face.
"Our defense was flying around and having some fun and really trying to dominate our offense. So, I think it's going really well for us."
There's no doubt the defense has looked good, especially considering they just made the transition to a 3-4. There's a good chance the offense will close the gap soon as they begin expanding the offense and settle on a starting quarterback. Until then, senior linebacker Chris Borland is going to enjoy these defensive victories.
"We love it. We stress competing. I think we've gotten the best of the offense most of camp."
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