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Danny O'Brien, come on down!
Madison - Former quarterback Danny OBrien is poised to transfer to Wisconsin, two college football sources told the Journal Sentinel on Wednesday.
Bielema gets saved again.
Don't tell that to kool-aid drinking UW writers.
What's the spin you're reading? I saw one of 247's writers call dibs on the title 'Saved Again.'
Edit To Add: Just updated with link.
Wednesday afternoon, Bret Bielema and the University of Wisconsin confirmed the transfer of Maryland quarterback Danny OBrien.
This post was edited by BornToBeRed 2 years ago
Last summer I said they got lucky and some UW honk-clown said no, no.
Looks like the ol' development of QBs at Wisky is STILL going wonderfully.
At least he didn't go to PSU where we would face the next two years. And Iowa and Mich (?) will get him as a senior in regular season. (Maybe we face in Big 10 CG).
Didn't O'Brien get unseated as starter last season in favor of C.J. Brown for a moribund Maryland team that went a paltry 2-10 last season?
I'm not scared.
Props to Wisconsin for finding a way to make a broken system work for them.
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You would think that it would kill any chance that they would have with HS quarterbacks!! Who would want to go where there is a track record of bringing in one and done players in front of you. GBR huskerfan4evr
They signed a kid from Northern California who is having shoulder surgery and is doubtful for fall camp. They would have been in dire straits without this transfer.
How does the transfer change the game in Lincoln for you guys? Still gotta stop Montee Ball.
Ball is way easier to stop when you don't have to worry about getting killed by the play action.
No question about it. All Wisconsin needs is a serviceable (read: not great) quarterback, and it opens their offense up ten fold than without. With a back like Ball, play action can be an incredible asset.
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