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Topic - Travis Frederick
More than 2 1/2 tons of linemen, five trades, one quarterback and no Manti Te'o.
Gary Andersen doesn't mind taking a back seat with his new team when it comes to the Rose Bowl.
Wisconsin is in some unfamiliar territory.
The Danny O'Brien Story was a tale so obvious merely 12 months ago, there almost wasn't a need to craft a story. Six months later it was discarded in a decision tinged with inevitability.
"Right now our focus is really on winning the Rose Bowl," he said.
"I didn't set the rules with how everything has worked out. I didn't pick the teams that were in there," center and team captain Travis Frederick said. "This is how it's worked out, and it's going to come down to us and Nebraska."