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After visits to Ohio State, Wisconsin and Notre Dame, Schrauth announced Dec. 10 that he would be committing to Notre Dame. The four-star commit out of St. Mary’s Springs High School is the No. 3 prospect in Wisconsin and No. 9 interior offensive-line recruit in the nation per 247Sports. The 6-foot-5, 300-pounder helped lead St. Mary’s Springs to a berth in the WIAA Division 6 playoffs and a 11-3 overall record, though they’d fall short to Colby high school 22-7. He was also recognized as a 2022 All-American and will compete in the All-American Bowl Jan. 8.

1. Find Dike: The Badgers need offense in a bad way, and they haven’t been able to get one of their best receivers involved in the action so far this season. Sophomore Chimere Dike, who showed flashes of big-play ability last season after stepping into a starting role as a true freshman, has four catches for 39 yards and was held without a catch against Notre Dame. Senior Jack Dunn played 18 more snaps than Dike did against the Irish, according to Pro Football Focus. Quarterback Graham Mertz missed Dike for a deep connection down the sideline against Notre Dame, but the Badgers can’t afford another week without getting a player who was supposed to be key contributor involved.

CHICAGO — There was part of Leo Chenal that couldn’t help but be happy Saturday.

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