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Badgers shave more than time

Ryan Dean, athletic trainer for the Wisconsin men's swimming and diving team, is traveling with the Badgers for this week's 2010 Big Ten Championships and will file dispatches from the road for UWBadgers.com. His report from Wednesday follows:

More than time was getting cut in Columbus as the men's Big Ten swimming and diving championships got started Wednesday on the campus of Ohio State.

As the swimmers entered the Bill and Mae McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion to kick off the four-day championship meet, there were some obvious changes to almost everyone in attendance.

Touchdown in Columbus

Ryan Dean, athletic trainer for the Wisconsin men's swimming and diving team, is traveling with the Badgers for this week's 2010 Big Ten Championships and will file dispatches from the road for UWBadgers.com. Here is his first report.

And they're off!  The Wisconsin men's swimming and diving team has finally arrived in Columbus after a lot of hurrying and then a lot of waiting.

The first leg of the journey to Big Tens started at the Dane County Regional Airport, with a flight to Detroit.  Making sure to leave plenty of time for security, the team arrived at the airport two hours before takeoff. 

This led to a lot of sitting around, but they weren't alone as UW Director of Athletics Barry Alvarez greeted the team while waiting for the same flight on his way to NCAA meetings in Indianapolis.

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