Injury report: Two of Wisconsin’s key starters will be ready for Saturday’s opener

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Wisconsin battled injuries throughout the 2020 campaign, seeing several of their key starters on both sides of the football miss significant time.

This year they will enter the season fully healthy, as we learned today that both starting left tackle Tyler Beach and starting wide receiver Danny Davis are healthy and will play on Saturday against Penn State.


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This is great news for the Badgers after both starters missed a chunk of training camp with injuries—Beach getting foot surgery before camp began and Davis sitting out with a head injury.

The team will need health on its side if it wants to get over the hump and win a Big Ten championship. At least entering the year, it has been all good news in that department.

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