Wisconsin's Joel Stave expected to miss rest of the season
Joel Stave, the freshman quarterback of the Wisconsin Badgers suffered a broken collarbone against Michigan State. He's expected to miss the remainder of the 2012 season.
|Joel Stave is looked at by trainers after breaking his collarbone. (US Presswire)|
Stave suffered the injury on the second play of the second half when he was sacked by Michigan State's William Gholston. The Badgers led Michigan State 7-3 at the time, but the offense managed only 29 yards of total offense after Stave left the game and lost 16-13 in overtime.
Danny O'Brien, the transfer from Maryland who began the season as Wisconsin's starter, replaced Stave during the game. That doesn't mean O'Brien, a junior, will start Wisconsin's next game against Indiana on Nov. 10.
With the Badgers on a bye this week, Bielema said O'Brien and senior Curt Phillips will split time with the first team in practice this week.
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