Madison (WQOW) -- After days of being dominated by the defense, Wisconsin's offense has the edge in Friday's practice at Camp Randall Stadium.
Another interesting development: quarterback Tanner McCvoy got some snaps with the first string, and showed some progress. Fourth-string QB Bart Houston ended things with a long touchdown toss to freshman Jazz Peavy.
All in all, it's a good day for the offense, but coordinator Andy Ludwig says there's still work to do.
"Never satisfied with the performance, always things to improve on," Ludwig says, "one of the things you deal with early in camp is you're putting in the entire offense in a short span of time. So, it's a whole part, whole process. Right now, we've got the whole thing in. Now, we're in the process of scaling it back. Going back and detailing and refining techniques and schemes. So, looking to get better. That should show us improvement as we continue forward."
Wisconsin will practice again Saturday before the team's final scrimmage on Monday.
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