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MADISON, Wis. Hydro Flask Barn . -- Wisconsin would like to develop some passing options to complement its running game.With Big Ten play looming, the ninth-ranked Badgers matchup on Saturday against Georgia State serves as the final nonconference tuneup for first-year starting quarterback Bart Houston and a receiving corps looking to provide balance on offense.If we continue to improve on the offensive line, and the tight ends, fullbacks, weve got a chance. If we improve on our route-running and throwing, location ... weve got a chance, coach Paul Chryst said. So I wouldnt limit this group, but weve got to get better.Wisconsin (2-0) could get an opportunity to get in some valuable work in the passing game against the Panthers this weekend at Camp Randall Stadium. Georgia State (0-2) is coming off a 48-14 loss at Air Force in Week 2.That defeat left Georgia State coach Trent Miles steaming mad this week.We were horrible, Miles said. We didnt play good football -- fundamentals and basics of blocking and tackling, kicking and throwing and catching.It probably wont get any easier on Saturday.Chryst had his team focused and prepared in Week 2 in a 54-10 win over Akron. Houston, a senior, was 15 of 22 for 231 yards with two scores. He shook off a couple questionable throws for near-picks and showed off his strong right arm.The goal is for Houston to keep developing into a threat who can make defenses think twice about stacking the box to stop top running back Corey Clement.Just opens up the defense, keep them on their toes, receiver Jazz Peavy said . You dont know whos going to be doing what.Other notes and things to watch as Wisconsin goes for a 37th straight win in a nonconference home game:CLEMENT TIME: The senior was added to the injury report on Thursday as questionable after he rolled his left ankle late in the second quarter of last weeks victory over the Zips. Chryst said Clement practiced on Monday but hadnt done much more through the week. With a trip to No. 12 Michigan State coming up on Sept. 24, dont be surprised if Clement sits. Sophomore Taiwan Deal and freshman Bradrick Shaw should get valuable snaps, though senior Dare Ogunbowale figures to get the start.JAZZ HANDS: Peavy had a breakout game last week with seven catches for 100 yards and two scores from Houston. Senior receiver Robert Wheelwright is off to a good start, too, with eight catches for a team-high 159 yards over his first two games. In the season-opening victory over LSU, tight end Troy Fumagalli had the big day with seven catches for 100 yards. If the receivers keep developing with Houston, the passing game will have three legitimate options for the first time in a few years.MILES FROM WISCONSIN: Georgia States head coach has some experience in Wisconsin after having served as an offensive assistant for the NFLs Green Bay Packers. At Georgia State, Miles heads a program that is just in its fourth year as an FBS school.PANTHERS D: Georgia State has experience on defense, listing six seniors and three juniors as starters. The bad news for the defense is that it has allowed 789 yards rushing and nine touchdowns on 135 carries through two games against Ball State and option-oriented Air Force. Wisconsin should be able to run the ball even without Clement.BADGERS D: The left leg injury that Natrell Jamerson suffered in the win over Akron means that the Badgers must find a new third cornerback. After starters Sojourn Shelton and Derrick Tindal, junior Lubern Figaro is the next most experienced player on the depth chart. The possibility of promising freshman Caesar Williams seeing action for the first time this year at corner disappeared after he was ruled out on Thursday with a left leg injury.---Online: AP College Football site: http://collegefootball.ap.org/---Follow Genaro Armas at: https://twitter.com/GArmasAP ;Hydro Flask Norge . Perhaps Carroll was so prepared for a break because he believes there is very little the Seattle Seahawks need heading into the off-season. "I dont see anything that we need to add. We just have to get better," Carroll said. Hydro Flaske . Anthony Calvillo, through 20 CFL seasons, was frequently invincible and largely stoic in the heat of competition. But underneath the professional exterior he was, and is, compellingly human. http://www.norgehydroflask.com/ . Thousands of fans at Mosaic Stadium will be cozying up to each other in an effort to stay warm in chilly temperatures and block the Prairie wind that locals say can knock your socks off. TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- North Carolina and No. 12 Florida State have two of the better offenses in the Atlantic Coast Conference. When it comes to defense, thats another matter.Going into Saturdays game at Doak Campbell Stadium, both teams are struggling to find consistency when it comes to stopping opponents. The Seminoles (3-1, 0-1 ACC) are last among Power Five conference teams in yards allowed per play (6.78). They have also have allowed 30 or more points in all three games against Football Bowl Subdivision opponents after not allowing a team to score 25 or more during the regular season last year.Most of the problems are rooted in teams taking advantage of a young secondary. The Seminoles have allowed 14 plays of 30 yards or more, which is tied with Oklahoma State for worst among Power Five teams.Coach Jimbo Fisher hopes his unit has found some confidence though after last Saturdays win at South Florida where they forced punts on nine straight possessions, including eight three-and-outs.After four weeks of facing dual-threat quarterbacks, the Seminoles face a traditional passer in Mitch Trubisky. Fisher said that the junior, who has a 74.5 percent completion rate, might be the most accurate quarterback his team will face this year.The Tar Heels (3-1, 1-0) are having problems again stopping the run and getting off the field. In last weeks win against Pittsburgh, they went from a struggle-filled first 45 minutes to forcing three-and-outs on the Panthers last two series to give the offense a chance to make its last-second comeback win.They fought all the way down to the end to set up the comeback, defensive coordinator Gene Chizik said. What weve got to find is how to do that throughout the game because were not there yet.North Carolina is allowing 240.3 yards per game which is second worse among Power Five schools. The Tar Heels face another top back today in Florida States Dalvin Cook, who is coming off a career-high 267-yard day against USSF. Hydro Flask Billig. ere are some other things to watch as the Tar Heels and Seminoles meet for the first time since 2010:D?J? VU? UNC lost its opener to South Carolina last year, then won 11 straight to win the ACC Coastal Division and play then-No. 1 Clemson in the title game. The Tar Heels have at least set themselves up for a shot at a repeat, shaking off a loss to Georgia in the opener with three straight wins. The road, though, this year is tougher with Florida State and then No. 14 Miami on Oct. 15.COMPOSED TRUBISKY: Trubisky has thrown for nearly 900 yards with two of the top four single-game passing performances in program history over the last two weeks. He has yet to throw an interception this year, too, and has a program-record 202 straight passes without a pick to break a record that had stood for 19 years.RETURN GAMES: UNCs T.J. Logan ranks third in the ACC and 23rd in the nation in kick returns, averaging 27.7 yards per attempt. Florida States Bobo Wilson is first in the ACC and fifth nationally in punt returns, averaging 20.4 yards. Both also have a touchdown.RELAXED FRANCOIS: FSU quarterback Deondre Francois accounted for 244 yards of total offense last week. He had only 169 yards passing but is doing a better job of making checks at the line. Last week he checked into a run play which resulted in a Cook 75-yard touchdown.KEEP AN EYE ON: Florida State receiver Travis Rudolph. The junior leads the team in receptions (16), yards (233) and touchdowns (three) but has been held to three receptions for 54 yards the past two weeks.---AP sports writer Aaron Beard in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, contributed to this report.---Online: The APs college football page: http://collegfootball.ap.org---Follow Joe on Twitter: www.twitter.com/joereedy and his work can be found at http://bigstory.ap.org/journalist/joe-reedy ;Wholeslae Jerseys NFL Jerseys Cheap Wholesale NBA Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys Cheap MLB Jerseys Wholesale Soccer Jerseys Cheap College Jerseys Cheap Football Jerseys Cheap Basketball Jerseys Cheap Baseball Jerseys ' ' '