Wisconsin quarterback Joel Stave has been competing for a starting job in Madison this spring, but his spring just came to an end. Stave is being shut down for the rest of the spring due to a shoulder injury. According to Jeff Potrykus of The Journal Sentinel in Wisconsin, via Twitter, Stave had an MRI done Monday night before the decision was made. Stave expects to be back and ready to go for camp this summer before the start of the 2014 season. Stave led the Badgers in passing last season with 2,494 passing yards, 22 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. He was banged up at times last season and entered a bit of a quarterback competition this spring. With Stave now on the shelf, all eyes in Madison turn to Tanner McEvoy.
Wisconsin QB Stave’s shoulder brings early end to spring
College Football Talk | Apr 8