It looks like Wisconsin will have a new starter at left guard today at Rutgers

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Wisconsin started Josh Seltzner at left guard for the first seven games of the season. Then Michael Furtney slotted in for the team’s win last week against Iowa.

Today at Rutgers, it looks like there will be a third starter at left guard in as many weeks. Multiple reports from the game are saying redshirt freshman Tanor Bortolini is taking the first-team reps at left guard during warmups.

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Bortolini played in two games during his redshirt season last year including one start at center against Iowa.

He and the rest of the Wisconsin offensive line will look to continue the team’s momentum in the run game against a Rutgers defense that has proven to be solid against the rush.

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