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This 9-piece set is geared toward role-playing and imaginative play for ages 3 to 5. All pieces have smooth surfaces and rounded corners for safe handling. $19.99 at Amazon

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When, where: Nov. 23 vs. Penn State at LaBahn Arena

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UW is 5-4 vs. Maryland since the Terrapins entered the Big Ten in 2014-15. Brad Davison (above) made a 3-pointer with 9.1 seconds left — following a hustle play that led to a turnover on the other end of the court — in the Badgers’ 56-54 win over Maryland at the Kohl Center last season. … Davison has only four turnovers in 243 minutes played this season and is shooting 43.6% from 3-point range and 88.2% from the foul line.

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The Dolphins are only a few players away from fielding a potentially elite defense. Owusu-Koramoah is an explosive athlete who can make plays from sideline-to-sideline. The ACC Defensive Player of the Year also was won the Butkus Award (nation's top linebacker) and was a consensus All-American. Top needs: WR, OL, LB

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I'm going to go out on a limb here and say Taylor Heinicke isn't the quarterback of the future for the Football Team — or Ryan Fitzpatrick for that matter — but there's not a QB on the board worthy of this pick. Owusu-Koramoah is an explosive athlete who can make plays from sideline-to-sideline. The ACC Defensive Player of the Year also won the Butkus Award (nation's top linebacker) and was a consensus All-American. Top needs: QB, LB, Edge

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New head coach Dan Campbell is going to find the cupboard completely bare at linebacker. Parsons is another elite prospect who opted out of the 2020 season, citing "the potential risk to the health and well-being" of his young son. I haven't come across any bitten knee caps in studying Parsons, but I know he makes plays all over the field, tackles anybody within reach and occasionally some who aren't. Top needs: WR, LB, Edge

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This may be the only game in the Badgers season in which they’re not the betting favorite. Playing at The Big House will have a different feel this season as crowds — if allowed at all — will be smaller than the 100,000-plus groups normally at Michigan games.

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This may be the only game in the Badgers season in which they’re not the betting favorite. Playing at The Big House will have a different feel this season as crowds — if allowed at all — will be smaller than the 100,000-plus groups normally at Michigan games.

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