Young Badgers Tracker: Baun impresses Peppers
It's time for another edition looking at the playing time and statistics of the younger players on the roster of the Wisconsin Badgers.
Things didn't go as well for Wisconsin and some of the Badgers' younger players in their 14-7 loss at Michigan.
Quarterback Alex Hornibrook struggled and several players who had seen action in the first four games didn't see the field (according to the participation chart; however, these have been known to change).
According to Wisconsin's game book on its website, holder Connor Allen, offensive lineman David Edwards, tight end Kyle Penniston and wide receiver A.J. Taylor did not play against the Wolverines.
In addition, players such as offensive lineman Jon Dietzen and running back Bradrick Shaw were still out due to injuries.
But two players did impress:
-- Defensive tackle Olive Sagapolu was credited with a career-high five tackles.
-- Outside linebacker Zack Baun had two tackles, including .5 tackles for loss, but he made an impression with his play on Jabrill Peppers:
Looking at the End like please chase, please chase?? he stayed discipline though?? pic.twitter.com/h4OFXqytXN— JP5 (@JabrillPeppers) October 2, 2016
Here's the complete rundown with season stats:
Have not played; Kevin Estes, OL; Mitchell Herl, TE; Zach Hintze, K; Henry Houden, WR; Kraig Howe, DE; Troy Laufenberg, RB; Blake Mielke, S; David Plaff, DE; Max Praschak, OLB; Gunner Roberge, NT; Kelly Thomas, DE; Nick Thomas, ILB; Bret Verstegen, S; Jake Whalen, OLB
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