It seemed that Jared Abbrederis would be available for the Aggies earlier in the week.
The Wisconsin receiver, the best the Badgers have, suffered a slight concussion last week in a loss to Oregon State. On Tuesday, he was all but given a clean bill of health.
On Friday, however, he was put back to being questionable. He's Wisconsin't best playmaker out of the receivers, and one that could cause Utah State issues if not covered properly.
"He's not the fastest receiver out there, but he runs great routes and he has great hands," USU cornerback Willie Davis said. "He's somebody that can dominate a game if you aren't careful."
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