Wisconsin to be without starting DT against Purdue
Bryson Williams is a sophomore defensive tackle for Wisconsin. As a freshman, Williams played in eight games.
This year, Williams has only appeared in three. Injuries have been an issue for him and it was confirmed on Monday that he will be out for the Badgers’ next game against Purdue.
Nose guard Bryson Williams is listed as out for the game this week against Purdue. Cornerback Semar Melvin is questionable. pic.twitter.com/zTLNjslfWg
— Jesse Temple (@jessetemple) November 18, 2019
Williams suffered a knee injury in the team’s season-opener against South Florida. As Jesse Temple of The Athletic stated, cornerback Semar Melvin is questionable as well.
In replace of Williams, it is expected that true freshman Keeanu Benton will get the start. Benton has played in nine of the team’s first 10 games this season.