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Topic - Chris Ash
Wisconsin offensive lineman Gabe Carimi didn't back down from his recent boast that he's the best tackle prospect in the NFL draft.
Niles Brinkley and Antonio Fenelus both heard the criticism in the offseason. The reason the Wisconsin defense wasn't more successful a year ago was because their cornerbacks just couldn't keep up.