Wisconsin releases early injury report ahead of B1G Championship Game
Wisconsin locked up a trip to the B1G Championship Game on Saturday with a 38-17 victory over Minnesota to claim the West title. Now, the Badgers prepare for a rematch against Ohio State.
On Monday, the Badgers released their weekly injury report, and a few names are under the “questionable” column heading into the title game. Offensive lineman David Moorman, wide receiver A.J. Taylor and cornerback Rachad Wildgoose are all listed as questionable with leg injuries.
Wildgoose did not play against Minnesota and Taylor left the game early.
Nose tackle Bryson Williams is now listed as out for the remainder of the 2019 season, as well. Williams has been banged up all year and has been on and off the injury report throughout the year.
Monday’s injury report was a preliminary one, which means the three players in question could all still be available for the game later in the week. Right now, though, the Badgers are keeping an eye on Moorman, Wildgoose and Taylor.
Wisconsin dropped the first matchup to Ohio State in Columbus 38-7. This will be the third time the two teams have met in Indianapolis.