Wisconsin running back John Clay (knee) is back to full strength and dominating practice. "He'll be ready (for the Rose Bowl)," running backs coach John Settle said. "It's going to be up to me as his position coach to try and keep him under control, to pull back the reins. ...Especially the way he has looked the last couple of practices."
Wisconsin running back John Clay continues to wear a protective knee brace in practice but will ditch the cumbersome contraption for the Rose Bowl. "I feel good, just about 100 percent," Clay said. "I'm just wearing this for precautionary reasons.
Wisconsin running back John Clay, receiver Nick Toon and defensive end J.J. Watt will explore their NFL options in the coming weeks. "We'll sit down with them this week," coach Brett Bielema said Tuesday. "There is an opportunity that the NFL gives you to get information about where you potentially could be drafted."
Wisconsin running back John Clay returned to practice on Tuesday and there is a good chance he will play this weekend against Northwestern. "He looks rested," running backs coach John Settle said after practice. "He looks hungry. He is excited about getting back on the field."
The status of Wisconsin running back John Clay (knee) against Northwestern on Saturday is up in the air. "When I went through the training room this morning at 10 o'clock, (Clay) was braced up and ready to go run," coach Bret Bielema said Monday. "He was telling me how good it felt on Sunday. My guess is, we'll probably get him involved a little bit on Tuesday and Wednesday, see where he's at moving forward, because if he's available, we'd definitely like to use all three."
Wisconsin running back John Clay is officially doubtful for Saturday's contest against Michigan. "Everybody should be good to go except for John," UW coach Bret Bielama said after practice on Thursday. "He did a little bit more at the beginning of practice today and then they went and conditioned him. ...He might go through some stuff tomorrow but probably just in a reserve role on Saturday."
Wisconsin running back John Clay (knee) did not practice on Tuesday. "We are going to see where he is (Wednesday)," running backs coach John Settle said. "As of today...we would use John only on (an emergency) basis."
Wisconsin running back John Clay (knee) remains questionable, but is improving. "Clay is still yet to be determined," coach Bret Bielema said Monday. "I haven't seen him today but yesterday, he was moving as good as he has (since getting hurt against Purdue). I don't know if we'll have him for Tuesday, but we do expect him to get a limited amount of work this week."
Wisconsin tailback John Clay (knee) will be a game-time decision but the Journal Sentinel fells that Clay will likely "get the week off".
Wisconsin running back John Clay (knee) practiced on Tuesday and there is a chance he'll play against Purdue. “My guess, by the reaction John had, he’s going to be ready to play,” coach Brett Bielema said on Tuesday after he bumped into his burly back in the training room. “He’s a guy that takes a lot of pride in playing. He was ready to play (last) Saturday.”
Wisconsin running back John Clay is questionable for Saturday's game against Indiana due to a sprained MCL in his knee.
Wisconsin running back John Clay tweaked an ankle Saturday against Purdue and did not see a carry past early in the third quarter.
Wisconsin running back John Clay ran 24 times for 91 yards and two touchdowns in a win over Iowa on Saturday.
Wisconsin running back John Clay ran 21 times for 104 yards and two touchdowns in Wisconsin's huge win over Ohio State.