Wisconsin's secondary 'hungry' and ready to make their mark

As Wisconsin looks for playmakers in the new-look secondary, safety Scott Nelson says the Badgers' young defensive backs are excited to show everyone what they can do.

Matt Lepay spoke to Nelson about coming into the season. Nelson credits D'Cota Dixon, the lone holdover in the defensive backfield as a starter from last year, as being a great example of a role model both off the field and on it.

Nelson says the team is hungry to show what they can do, especially on defense and in the secondary. Because of all the new faces, he says that it'll be exciting to show fans how talented they are.

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