Wisconsin running back Corey Clement is listed as questionable for Saturday’s final non-conference matchup against Georgia State.
Clement missed eight games last season after sports hernia surgery. He suffered an ankle injury late in the first half of the Akron game last week and was limited in practice this week.
Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst said Clement was able to do some stuff on Monday and hasn’t done a whole lot since. Certainly the Badgers want Clement healthy for their Big Ten opener next week at Michigan State.
Clement has 42 carries for 197 yards and three touchdowns in the first two games.
If Clement can’t play Saturday, the Badgers will have plenty of options, starting with Dare Ogunbowale (13 carries – 62 yards), Taiwan Deal (13 carries – 60 yards) and redshirt freshman Bradrick Shaw (9 carries – 74 yards and 1 TD).
The Badgers are 34 1/2 point favorites for Saturday’s game. Kick time at Camp Randall Stadium is set for 11 a.m.