Madison, Wis. — Earlier this week, the University of Wisconsin released its official injury report ahead of its week four matchup vs. the No. 3 Ohio State Buckeyes.
In that initial report, the unranked Wisconsin Badgers had five players ruled out due to injury against Ohio State and four others listed as out for the season.
Now, the Badgers have ruled out kicker Vito Calvaruso, who is expected to miss several weeks, and starting right tackle Riley Mahlman, who will miss his third consecutive game due to a lingering injury – according to a report from Colton Bartholomew of the Wisconsin State Journal.
In their place, Nate Van Zelst will take over as the starting kicker, and Logan Brown will start at right tackle, making his third consecutive start.
#Badgers kicker Vito Calvaruso will be out a couple of weeks, according to Paul Chryst. Nate Van Zelst will handle FGs.
Kickoff specialist Jack Van Dyke has "done more" this week, sounds like he'll be available at OSU.
RT Riley Mahlman out again.
— Colten Bartholomew (@CBartWSJ) September 22, 2022
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