More from Gilreath, a few notes

July, 23, 2008
7/23/08
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Posted by ESPN.com's Adam Rittenberg

As Wisconsin speedster David Gilreath plans to torch the Big Ten this fall, most of the attention in Madison remains under center. Wisconsin's quarterback competition features fifth-year senior Allan Evridge, junior Dustin Sherer and sophomore Scott Tolzien.

Here are Gilreath's thoughts on who might be throwing him passes this fall:

"They all look good. Allan looks like the veteran guy, like he should be. He probably looks the best to me, him and Dustin, they both know the offense front and back. But it's going pretty well. The guys, we're all kind of jelling together. We have a little bit of chemistry, but we haven't really been in there when the bullets are flying out there yet on the field. As the season goes on, we'll build even more chemistry with whoever is in there, especially with Allan."

Elsewhere:

  • NFL training camp is never easy for rookies, but Redskins offensive linemen Kerry Brown might be dreading the coming weeks. Brown played for Appalachian State, which, in a normal year, would make him fairly inconspicuous. But everything after the Mountaineers knocked off Michigan, a game Redskins lineman Jon Jansen -- a former Wolverine -- hasn't forgotten.
  • Add Illinois defensive end Will Davis to the Ted Hendricks Award watch list (sorry, no link yet).
  • Bleacher Report has a list of the top 10 Heisman Trophy snubs. Here's the Big Ten recap: Ohio State QB Les Horvath shouldn't have won in 1944, Purdue QB Bob Griese should have won in 1966, Ohio State RB Archie Griffin shouldn't have won in 1975 and Michigan CB Charles Woodson shouldn't have won in 1997.

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