Wisconsin football announces date for first spring practice

The Wisconsin Badgers’ spring football season is right around the corner.

According to a release from the athletic department, the program’s first spring practice will kick off on Tuesday, March 30.

For a team that experienced a long pause during the 2020 season due to a COVID-19 outbreak and was never able to find consistency, starting spring practice is a significant movement back to normality.

The program has a myriad of young players, NFL-ready upperclassmen, new starters at key positions and a few new faces on the coaching staff that will all benefit greatly from a full offseason—the beginning of spring practice marking a significant date in that process.

Related: Film Room: What should we expect to see from the 2021 Wisconsin Badger offense?

Although the depth chart won’t be decided in the spring months, some clarity will be given about where the team stands in terms of health and which names will be worth watching as the season approaches.

For more 2021 season preview:

The program’s top 10 returning players
Ranking the position groups heading into the 2021 season
Where the team’s returning production ranks compared to the rest of the Big Ten
Early breakout players, true freshmen to watch
Offensive and defensive depth chart previews
Notable departures from the program
Coaching staff overviewschedule overview
Film Room: What should we make of WR Chimere Dike’s freshman year?
Film Room: Freshman Nick Herbig is well on his way to becoming Wisconsin’s next great OLB

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