Young Badgers secondary should benefit from 2018's experiences

Wisconsin football entered 2018 with a lack of experience in the secondary, but the Badgers will have more seasoned players on board for 2019. Andy Baggot of breaks down the defensive backfield as training camp is underway.

With nearly everyone that is returning from last year's team gaining in-game experience, Baggot believes that the Badgers will be better served for the lumps taken last year. Most players were in situations they'd never been in before, and Wisconsin's defense was learning on the fly in some cases. However, with this year's group, Baggot senses that defensive coordinator Jim Leonhard is embracing the challenge and is quietly optimistic that this year's group could surprise some people.

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