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Edgar graduate Justin Sinz will be at Camp Randall to face Badgers

11:33 AM, Sep. 19, 2013
Purdue tight end Justin Sinz turns up field and is tackled by Indiana State's Phil Wilson during the first half Sept. 7.
Purdue tight end Justin Sinz turns up field and is tackled by Indiana State's Phil Wilson during the first half Sept. 7.
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Gerad Parker isn't worried about Justin Sinz's emotional state preparing for Saturday's matchup against Wisconsin.

"He's a mature guy, but he's an emotional guy, too," said Parker, Purdue's tight ends coach. "He keeps them in check. I think he'll embrace it. Certainly not a concern of mine. I'm more worried about Wisconsin than him going to Wisconsin."

Saturday is a homecoming for the junior tight end from Edgar. ...

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