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Breakin’ Down The Badgers’ Defense

Article By on 23rd June, 2009

... defensive coach from Kansas State. The defense hasn't been anything to brag about since he got to Mad-Town. The end of the '08 season saw the Badgers ranked 37th nationally in total defense, with a 329 yards-per-game average and 43 touchdowns allowed against them.

To put that into perspective, the team that allowed the fewest touchdowns, TCU, gave up only 18.

The defense needs help. Wisconsin was seventh in the conference in fumbles recovered, as well as seventh in passes intercepted.

The defense took away the ball 22 times, to the offense's 30 giveaways.

The Badgers were also weak in the tackle-for-loss department, checking in at ninth in the conference, behind such defensive powerhouses as Northwestern and Indiana.
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