MADISON, Wis. - Gary Andersen's first practice of fall camp is in the books.
"Lots of energy. Lots of excitement, which is great. Lots of mistakes. The young guys played hard, they need to understand how to practice at our tempo and move around the way we do," Andersen said.
With music blaring, the team practiced through light rain at Camp Randall. The team's big new jumbo-tron was also on full display.
The biggest question for the team is under center. For the third straight start of fall camp, the three-time defending Big Ten champions have yet to name a starter at quarterback. Joel Stave, Curt Phillips and transfer Tanner McEvoy are the three options.
"We'll have to go back and evaluate it every day," Andersen said. "This is going to be a process. Not one day is going to make a starter but everyday is unbelievably important for those three as we continue through camp."
The Badgers open the season Aug. 31 against U-Mass.