Badgers get the ok to play vs. Michigan

The University of Wisconsin Badger Football team looks forward to playing this week after missing the last two weeks due to COVID-19 outbreaks. The Badgers have had zero new positive tests within the last few days and had a regular Monday morning practice today. Athletic director Barry Alvarez spoke to the media about the playing situation, "We feel confident that we have a handle on the situation and are excited to play this week at Michigan. As we have done throughout, we will continue to monitor our testing results and base our decision on those results." The possibility of not playing will increase the Badger's chances of missing the Big Ten Conference game as each team must play at least six games in order to compete for the conference title. Saturday night on ABC at 7:30 p.m. the 1-0 Badgers will visit Ann Arbor to face the 1-2 Michigan Wolverines. 

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