It’s that time of the year. The end of the college football regular season is rapidly approaching, and with that in mind, yearly award talk is out there.

Awards like the Outland Trophy and Doak Walker Award — given to the nation’s top interior offensive or defensive lineman and best running back, respectively — announced their finalists on Monday and Wisconsin had three players named for both of those awards and the Butkus Award — given to the top linebacker:

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Jonathan Taylor is Jonathan Taylor. We already knew he was great and he is a household name. Tyler Biadasz may not ring a bell for the average college football fan, though.

As a center, he is the only player at his position to be named a finalist for the Outland Trophy. That, alone, is impressive.

The Badgers currently own a 9-2 record and have a game against Minnesota to close out the season to try and win the Big Ten West.