Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst met with the media on Monday morning.

The Badgers didn’t play last week due to COVID-19 at Minnesota, but there were still quite a bit of ground to cover.

This was the first time Chryst has spoken with the media since cornerback Rachad Wildgoose declared for the NFL draft.

“You want to listen and be supportive,” Chryst said. “And if there’s any help you can give them you want to be a resource.

Chryst also provided an injury update on receivers Danny Davis and Kendric Pryor. Chryst believes Pryor will be able to play vs. the Hoosiers and Davis is a possibility as well.

Indiana quarterback Michael Penix Jr. is reportedly out for the year with a lower leg injury. Here’s what Chryst had to say about facing backup Jack Tuttle this weekend.

“You try to do your best,” Chryst said. “When you don’t have as much film it makes it more challenging. We certainly know the possibility so we need to do the best in our preparation.”

Here’s the rest of what Chryst had to say at his weekly press conference: