He’s found a home, saying it was “definitely” the right decision.
“It’s fun,” Madison said. “You don’t get to do a lot on the offensive line. It’s fun getting a sack and getting back there.”
Despite being a junior alongside three seniors on the line, Madison is carving a leadership role for himself through work ethic.
“One of the great things about him is his great motor,” Pinkel said. “He has one speed, and it’s flat go. It’s a great visual aid for all our players, too. They see what we’re talking about with ‘selling out every single play.’ That’s what he does. Those kind of guys can make things happen.”
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