Wisconsin football winter workouts behind the scenes, 5-star hoops recruit talks Badgers

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Wisconsin football and basketball are always the main topics in Bucky’s Breakfast, Land of 10’s daily Badgers notebook — but we cover news, notes and analysis across Badgers sports. Join us each morning to get caught up on everything you missed in the world of Wisconsin football, recruiting, basketball and more.

Inside Wisconsin football’s offseason program

The Badgers are already pretty deep into their offseason football program. Here’s a look inside their push for another Big Ten West title and potentially more.

Jalen Johnson talks Wisconsin

A 5-star basketball recruit in the 2020 class, forward Jalen Johnson is garnering plenty of attention from the biggest programs in the country. But, as Jesse Temple writes, the Wisconsin product is staying patient when it comes to his recruitment.

Recruiting notebook

A packed recruiting notebook looks at the latest offer for 3-star Class of 2019 running back commit Julius Davis, safety Bryson Shaw earning another star and Wisconsin’s busy weekend with high school basketball recruits.

Way-too-early Top 25

Despite a recruiting class that ranked in the bottom half of the Big Ten, the Badgers are still among the top 10 teams in ESPN’s post-National Signing Day way-too-early Top 25 for 2018.

Leon Jacobs enjoys the weight room

If a recent training picture is any indication, former Wisconsin linebacker Leon Jacobs is more than ready for the NFL combine in Indianapolis in two weeks.

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Frank Kaminsky raised the bar

Wisconsin will honor Frank Kaminsky on Thursday when it raises his jersey into the rafters at the Kohl Center. It’s a reminder of how special he was for the Badgers and how high he set the bar for the players who followed, writes Jim Polzin of the Wisconsin State Journal.

Tony Granato confident in Team USA

Wisconsin hockey coach Tony Granato is leading Team USA at the Winter Olympics in South Korea. While many are giving the Americans little chance of winning gold, Granato believes his team can compete with the best in the world.

Former, current Badgers set to clash

Each sitting at 2-0, the United States and Canadian women’s hockey teams will meet next in the Olympics. The game will involve nine current or former Badgers.

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