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  08/31/22 - QB Chase WolfrSr/2024, Wisconsin

  Wisconsin's quarterback depth has taken a hit heading into the 18th-ranked Badgers' season opener. Backup quarterback Chase Wolf has injured his right leg and is out for an indefinite length of time. That leaves starter Graham Mertz as the only available Wisconsin quarterback who has taken a snap in a college game. Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst said the injury happened last week and indicated he doesn't know how much time Wolf will miss. The Badgers open their season Saturday by hosting Football Championship Subdivision program Illinois State. "Just offering up all my prayers to him," Mertz said Monday. "He's in surgery probably here in a little bit. Obviously, you never want to see your buddy go down." Wisconsin's remaining quarterbacks behind Mertz are redshirt freshman Deacon Hill and true freshmen Myles Burkett and Marshall Howe. Burkett was on campus for spring practice. "I couldn't sit here right now and tell you who's further ahead or not," Chryst said. - AP College Football

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