MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Quarterback Jon Budmayr and the rest of the Badgers' offense were held without a touchdown as the defense dominated Wisconsin's spring football game at Camp Randall Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Budmayr, a redshirt sophomore, is vying to replace departing starter Scott Tolzien. Freshman Joel Stave looked slightly sharper, but none of Wisconsin's offensive players truly stood out as the Badgers' offense failed to produce a touchdown drive.
Another quarterback candidate, redshirt junior Curt Phillips, is recovering from a knee injury.
The White team of defensive players was credited with a 29-27 victory over the Cardinal team of offensive players, under a scoring system that spotted points to the defense and included uncontested field goal attempts.
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