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Wisconsin Football News: Former QB Finds New Home, Top OL Visiting, More



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Sep 10, 2022; Madison, Wisconsin, USA; Wisconsin Badgers logo on a flag prior to the game against the Washington State Cougars at Camp Randall Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

Madison, Wis. – It’s been a busy few days for the Wisconsin football program. Don’t worry; Badger Notes has you covered on all the latest news you may have missed.

Former Wisconsin football QB finds a new home

Marshall Howe, who entered the transfer portal at the beginning of May, has found a new home. The former Badgers QB took to Twitter to announce his commitment to Yale.

Howe saw a quick ascension during the Wisconsin football program’s spring practices. At the end of the 15 sessions, the redshirt freshman was firmly in the QB3 spot, ahead of Nick Evers and Myles Burkett. Although he outperformed expectations, playing time would be scarce, so he decided to take his talents elsewhere. 

The California native did not see any game action in his time with Wisconsin. However, his growth in the last few months showed he has the tools to make a difference as a signal-caller. 

Best of luck to Marshall in the Ivy League!

Top OL prospect sets official visit date

Wisconsin is in need of multiple offensive linemen in the 2024 cycle. UW has already secured a commitment from an in-state offensive lineman Derek Jensen, and they’ve now locked in an offical visit with one of the top interior linemen in the country. 

According to Brian Dohn of 247Sports, four-star OL Liam Andrews will head to Madison on June 9th. The 6-foot-5, 250-pound lineman will visit Penn State before heading to Madison. Afterward, he’ll take an official visit to Florida.

According to the 247Sports Composite, Andrews is the No. 82 player in the nation, the No. 4 interior offensive lineman, and the No. 2 player in Massachusetts.

Wisconsin cracked Andrews’ top-8 school choices recently, and they’ll get their chance to woo the standout from Massachusetts on the 9th. 

Start times announced for the Wisconsin football 2023 season

The Big Ten released start times for six of Wisconsin’s games in 2023. 

  • Sept. 2nd vs. Buffalo – 2:30 pm kickoff
  • Sept. 9th vs. Washington State – 6:30 pm kickoff
  • Sept. 16th vs. Georgia Southern – 11 am kickoff
  • Sept. 22nd vs. Purdue – 6 pm kickoff
  • Oct. 7th vs. Rutgers – 11 am OR 2:30/3 pm kickoff 
  • Oct. 21st vs. Illinois – 11 am OR 2:30/3 pm kickoff

Times have yet to be announced for the matchups against Ohio State, Iowa, Minnesota, Northwestern, Nebraska, and Indiana.

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