(WNFL)- Wisconsin football coach Gary Andersen says he'll be interested to see how back-up running back Corey Clement performs tomorrow night. The Badgers will open their season against LSU in Houston. And the sophomore Clement will be counted on to give Heisman Trophy candidate Melvin Gordon the relief he needs during games. Andersen said Clement had a very productive pre-season camp, but he remains untested when a game's on the line. Clement averaged more than eight yards a carry in his freshman year at the UW, but he was only given the ball 67 times -- far less than the 221 carries James White received as Gordon's top back-up in 2013. The Badgers are used to having quality back-ups at running back. White is currently knocking on the door for a roster spot in the NFL with the New England Patriots.
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