Madison - The Wisconsin football team needs to replace four of five starting offensive linemen from last season. Tyler Biadasz is the leader of that group, and it's a group that has plenty of game experience. The challenge for offensive coordinator and offensive line coach Joe Rudolph is picking the right group as his core.
"I just think there's great competition. I wish I could say it was clear cut, like someone's really separated themselves. But it hasn't happened yet," Rudolph said after practice. "It's part of camp. You get to kinda see them in a more pressured moment, and see how they execute. How they perform. Where they're at now, and where they could be you know ten days from now."
Cole Van Lanen, David Moorman, Kayden Lyles, and Jason Erdmann are among those expected to compete for starting spots.
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