A bit of good news for the offensive line: Bryce Walker is back on the field practicing. He traveled to Wisconsin and he could be in the offensive line rotation this weekend at Colorado State.
Walker has missed the entire fall camp and the first part of the season with a broken leg.
At 6-foot-8, he's a massive guard and the line sorely needs the size and depth he can provide.
Walker will be a welcome addition to the line, especially with Oscar Molina-Sanchez out indefinitely with a foot injury.
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