Wisconsin will be without a starting offensive lineman against Iowa

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Wisconsin and Iowa are set to do battle at Camp Randall in a game that could ultimately decide the Big Ten West. On Saturday morning, the Badgers released their pregame status report and it was revealed they will be without a starter on the offensive line.

The Badgers will be missing starting left guard Josh Seltzner, who has yet to miss a game this season. It marks the third time in four weeks that Wisconsin has been without a starting offensive lineman, but this is a hole they haven’t yet had to fill.

In addition to Seltzner, Wisconsin will be without WR A.J. Abbott, TE Cam Larhe, OLB Spencer Lytle, TE Hayden Rucci, and OLB Aaron Witt.