There won't be two head coaches at the 99th Rose Bowl, as new head coach Gary Andersen will evaluate…
Excited for the Transition
MADISON - Standing next to center and captain Travis Frederick outside the office where new head coach Gary Andersen was holding meetings, junior left guard Ryan Groy didn't know what to expect. Like many of his teammates who were left in limbo for two weeks, Groy trusted who Athletic Director Barry Alvarez was going to select as the program's next head coach, but didn't know many of the names being thrown around and had a hard time keeping track of all the names swirling in the rumor mill. After talking to him for a couple minutes, Groy's anxiety turned to relief. "He's obviously a player's coach," said Groy. "He respects what we've done here at Wisconsin. We didn't like the process, but I know you can't hire somebody off a whim. We've heard a lot of nice things from his players, saying he's a great guy and that he built the program from nothing to where they are today...
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