Bielema Looking Better From Afar?

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Happy now?

It seemed like most of the Bret Bielema-related emails I received during his tenure were entreaties to get rid of the guy.

Now he gets to leave on his own terms, with a fat raise on the $2.5 million he was drawing at Wisconsin and the chance to coach in what is by far the best conference in the country.

But what about for Wisconsin?

Be careful what you wish for. You don't know what you've got until it's gone. Better the devil you know.

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