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ON WISCONSIN <b>DB Dezmen Southward attempts to tackle WR Jeff Duckworth during the Badgers' 13th practice of the spring (April 15, 2010).</b>
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DB Dezmen Southward attempts to tackle WR Jeff Duckworth during the Badgers' 13th practice of the spring (April 15, 2010).
ON WISCONSIN

April 16, 2010

MADISON, Wis. -- After nearly five weeks and 14 practices, the Wisconsin football team will unveil its 2010 edition to the public for the first time during Saturday’s Cardinal and White Spring Football Game. The game, which is free to the public, will start at 2 p.m. in Camp Randall Stadium.
 
The weather is expected to cooperate, as the forecast calls for sunny skies and a high of around 60 degrees. Perfect conditions for fans to catch their first glimpse of Badger stars like quarterback Scott Tolzien, tight end Lance Kendricks, defensive end J.J. Watt, strong safety Jay Valai and young players like quarterback Jon Budmayr, running back Montee Ball, defensive back Antonio Fenelus and many others.

Before the game, fans are invited to the Badger Sports Kids Fair. It runs from noon-2 p.m. in the McClain Center adjacent to Camp Randall Stadium. Kids will enjoy interactive displays while meeting UW student-athletes and coaches from many of UWs varsity sports teams. Members of the football team will be on hand for the first hour of the event before leaving to begin their preparations for the Spring Game. There will also be some football alumni on hand to sign autographs from 1-2 p.m.

If you can’t be at Camp Randall on Saturday, the game will be live-streamed on BigTenNetwork.com for a fee of $2.99. The game will then be shown via tape-delay Saturday at 10 p.m. (full listing of all air times). Fans can also follow along with the live blog on UWBadgers.com.

For a full recap of spring practice, including practice reports, photo galleries and video highlights and interviews, be sure to check out Spring Football Central.

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