MILWAUKEE (AP) -- For Nick Toon, the dividing line seems pretty clear.
Before sitting out Wisconsin's Oct. 15 game against Indiana with a left foot injury, he had 25 catches for 447 yards and six touchdowns in five games. Since missing that game, he has 30 catches for 375 yards and three touchdowns in seven games.
Toon says his dip in production doesn't have anything to do with his foot, saying it just has been the way the games have gone. With the Badgers preparing to face Oregon in the Rose Bowl, Toon hinted at some frustration but said team success is more important.
Toon wants to play in the NFL. He will attend the Senior Bowl along with quarterback Russell Wilson and offensive lineman Kevin Zeitler.
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