The preseason college rags are hitting the shelves at the local stores, and with the Stanley Cup Finals over, another middling effort by the Brewers, and the unwatchable NBA doing what it does worst, a guy's mind focuses solely on college football season, due to start less than three months from now.
If you thought last year was a big question mark for the Badgers, (1) you were right, and (2) hold on to your hats this year. Much like last season, the Badgers are going to rely on an unproven senior at quarterback, with Allan Evridge becoming the starter.
Thus far, some have deigned to term him "horrific" based on his completion percentage over twelve tries—that's what the best analysts do, right?
More likely, the former Kansas State starter will be the latest in a line of Badger quarterbacks that competently hand off to PJ Hill and make the safe throw to Travis Beckum while occasionally lobbing a bomb (and even more occasionally completing said bombs).
I don't expect Evridge to cost the Badgers any games, but I don't expect him to steal any extra victories either.
So it goes with this program until we get back to having multi-year starters. Caretaker QBs are the story of the recent very-good-but-not-great Badgers. Maybe this Jon Budmayr kid is the answer to that problem.