MADISON, Wis.-With some spare time before Wisconsin begins bowl preparation later this month, BadgerBlitz.com takes a look into next season, and the potential position battles heading into spring camp.
In the fourth offensive installment, we examine the quarterback position. The Badgers lose senior Tyler Donovan, who is currently 11-3 as a starter, and return a cast led by Allan Evridge, a transfer from Kansas State.
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After battling with Donovan up until the final days of fall camp for the starting job, Evridge appears to be the front-runner at this point to take over. His knowledge of the playbook could have been one of his few weaknesses, but after almost two years in the system, the lefty should have a good grasp of Paul Chryst's offense. Evridge has good arm strength and touch, and though each player with get an equal opportunity during camp, it will be his job to lose heading into the spring.
After a season-ending injury to Jason Chapman, Newkirk finished the regular-season as the starting defensive tackle opposite Hayden