Badgers hold Red vs. White fall scrimmage at Camp Randall

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MADISON, Wis. -- The Wisconsin Badgers held their annual Red vs. White team scrimmage in front of fans at Camp Randall today.

Most of the talk since the season ended last year has been about the starting quarterback situation.

Incumbent, Joel Stave looked good throwing the ball as he tossed a couple of touchdowns during the scrimmage. Tanner McEvoy added a touchdown pass of his own as he competes for the starting spot as well.

Head coach Gary Andersen thought the guys played really well on both sides of the ball today. He said, "You know, ninety plus snaps is good. Probably closer to ninety than one-hundred and that's right where we wanted to be. I felt great about it. We accomplished a lot. We were generic overall in the game plan. Positives on the offensive side, we got done what we needed to get done with Melvin, got what we need out of Corey, also proud of the offensive line. Just positive, positive direction that we're headed, a lot of work do. Defensively kind of the same thing, some flashy plays which is nice. We'll continue to grow and develop the next couple weeks."

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