MADISON (AP) – Wisconsin quarterback Brooks Bollinger and running back Anthony Davis are ready to come back from injuries and play Saturday against Michigan.
Both missed last week’s game with Illinois – Bollinger had a head injury and Davis had a stab wound in his leg.
Bollinger was cleared to play Tuesday after missing the 37-20 loss. He was hurt during a 20-3 loss to Iowa on Nov. 2.
Davis was stabbed during a domestic dispute at his apartment following the Iowa game.
“We expect that he’ll be at full strength,” Wisconsin coach Barry Alvarez said. “He was physically ready to go last week but we just decided not to use him.”
Wisconsin (6-5) has two games left and is hoping to get to a bowl.
“There are a ton of reasons to be excited for this game,” Bollinger said.