“I have my own style … I’ve picked up things and kind of put it all together and found what I’m good at,” Wozniak said.
It’s hard to imagine another college football team has used its tight ends as extensively as the University of Wisconsin through four games.
Two weeks ago against Arizona State, the Badgers had 125 combined snaps by the tight ends. Last week against Purdue, the number was around 110, according to tight ends coach Jeff Genyk.
While the position has combined for only 11 receptions for 124 yards and two touchdowns, that does not begin to recognize the overall contributions, especially as blockers for the nation’s No. 3 running game. Read on at journaltimes.com...
Editor's Note: Brian Wozniak has had a "rosey" carreer playing at Wisconsin. He made his Badger debut in the 31-18 win over No. 1 Ohio State on Oct. 16, 2010 and played against TCU in the Rose Bowl. In 2011 he played in all 14 games, including starting against Oregon in the Rose Bowl. In 2012 he started against Stanford in the Rose Bowl. Brian played in the Big Ten Championship games in 2011 and 2012. The Badgers won both.