Five Wisconsin Badgers To Fear On Halloween

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Wisconsin linebacker Joe Schobert looks down the line of scrimmage against Miami (OH). Jim Oxley photo

Joe Schobert

No one should be even a little surprised at who headlines this list.

Joe Schobert should scare every team in the Big Ten and even in the country. He’s second on the team with 53 total tackles, and is tied with Edwards with 28 solo stops.

He leads the team with 14.5 tackles for loss, 9.5 sacks, and 11 quarterback hits. He also has a team-high four forced fumbles, and adds a fumble recovery and a pass breakup, as well.

His true calling is as a pass rusher, and he’s shown he’s among the best in the country. Just watch him take on Alabama left tackle Cam Robinson and running back Derrick Henry to get this sack:

That’s a combined 550-plus pounds of beef in front of him, and he still fights through and makes an athletic play for the sack.

Schobert is terrifying from his outside linebacker position, and Rutgers should worry that his tricks Saturday will bring plenty of treats Wisconsin’s way.

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