Wisconsin Quarterback Tanner Mordecai Jams Out To Toby Keith During Mic’d Up Practice

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For the first time in awhile, I can honestly say I’m actually stoked to watch Wisconsin football this year.

Now that former Cincinnati head coach Luke Fickell is the head coach of the Badgers, we’re finally going to see a modern spread offense, rather than that boring pro style offense where they get into the power I and hand the ball of 60 times a game.

Seriously, watching Wisconsin football over the past decade has been like watching paint dry, as the final scores of their games were typically 14-10.

Hopefully Fickell can help bring the offense to life again, and they can start lighting up the scoreboard.

And one way Fickell is doing that, is by bringing in former Oklahoma and Southern Methodist quarterback Tanner Mordecai, who was a stud during his time at SMU.

Coming from Waco, Texas, Mordecai knows a thing or two about the wide open, spread offense, so you would think that he’s the perfect guy to lead this revamped Badger offense.

And on top of that, Mordecai appears to be a big country music fan as well…

During one of Wisconsin’s recent practices, the quarterback was mic’d up, and while they played music over the speakers, you can hear Mordecai singing his heart out to Toby Keith’s “Should’ve Been A Cowboy,” and Big & Rich’s “Save A Horse (Ride A Cowboy).”

You gotta love it.

Both of those songs will fire you up in their own ways.

I’m betting the house on Mordecai to throw at least 40 touchdown passes this season.

Check it out:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock