Starting TE Traylor out 4-8 weeks with arm injury

The Badgers are down another offensive playmaker.
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The injury bug continues to spread throughout college football and has hit the Wisconsin Badgers.

The team is already without Corey Clement, a slew of offensive lineman, and could be without number one wide receiver Alex Erickson. Now they got word that starting tight end Austin Traylor is out 4-8 weeks with an arm injury.

The injury occurred in the second half of Wisconsin's loss to Iowa last Saturday. There is a chance that he could return for the game against Maryland but that is being optimistic. This is a tough blow for the Badgers as Traylor was playing well, having scored in three games this season.

(h/t Madison.com)

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