...PERIODS OF RAIN TO CONTINUE ACROSS SOUTHERN WISCONSIN INTO
.PERIODS OF RAIN AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS WILL CONTINUE ACROSS
SOUTHERN WISCONSIN THE REST OF THE AFTERNOON INTO THE EVENING. SO
FAR BETWEEN ONE HALF AND TWO INCHES OR RAIN HAS FALLEN ACROSS MOST
OF SOUTH CENTRAL INTO EAST CENTRAL WISCONSIN. AN ADDITIONAL ONE
QUARTER INCH TO ONE AND ONE HALF INCHES IS EXPECTED OVER MUCH OF
SOUTHERN WISCONSIN THE REST OF THE AFTERNOON INTO THIS EVENING.
THE RAINFALL MAY RESULT IN LOCALIZED FLASH FLOODING AS WELL AS
AREAL AND STREET FLOODING. A FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT
THROUGH THIS EVENING.
...FLASH FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 1 AM CDT MONDAY...
THE FLASH FLOOD WATCH CONTINUES FOR
* PORTIONS OF SOUTH CENTRAL WISCONSIN AND SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN,
INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING AREAS, IN SOUTH CENTRAL WISCONSIN,
DANE, GREEN, IOWA, LAFAYETTE, AND ROCK. IN SOUTHEAST
WISCONSIN, DODGE, JEFFERSON, KENOSHA, MILWAUKEE, OZAUKEE,
RACINE, WALWORTH, WASHINGTON, AND WAUKESHA.
* UNTIL 1 AM CDT MONDAY
* SHOWERS AND ISOLATED STORMS MAY CONTINUE A PERIOD OF HIGHER
RAINFALL RATES, PRODUCING RAINFALL OF AN INCH OF RAIN IN ONE TO
* SOME ROADWAYS MAY BECOME FLOODED AND POTENTIALLY HAZARDOUS FOR
A FLASH FLOOD WATCH MEANS THAT CONDITIONS MAY DEVELOP THAT LEAD
TO FLASH FLOODING. FLASH FLOODING IS A VERY DANGEROUS SITUATION.
YOU SHOULD MONITOR LATER FORECASTS AND BE PREPARED TO TAKE ACTION
SHOULD FLASH FLOOD WARNINGS BE ISSUED.
Quintez Cephus began the week unsure of whether he’d be able to continue his career with the University of Wisconsin football team.
Now, it appears it’s only a matter of time before the talented wide receiver gets back on the field for the Badgers.
Cephus broke the news himself Friday that he had been cleared by the NCAA, the second major hurdle he’s crossed in a span of five days.
“God is good!” he tweeted. “So thankful to be eligible to play with my teammates! Thank you to everyone who helped me get to this point.”
Cephus sat out the 2018 season after being suspended from the team last August, when he was charged with sexually assaulting two female students at his apartment four months earlier. He was found not guilty of those charges on Aug. 2, with a Dane County jury taking about 45 minutes to deliberate.
UW officials ruled Cephus had violated its non-academic misconduct policy and expelled him from school last spring. But Chancellor Rebecca Blank announced Monday that Cephus’ expulsion had been lifted.
Cephus returned to practice Wednesday, much to the delight of his teammates.
“Just good to see his face smiling, running around full of energy,” UW junior tailback Jonathan Taylor said. “Just like the old days.”
UW opens the season next Friday at South Florida, but it remains to be seen when Cephus will make his season debut. There’s also the matter of Cephus, who hasn’t played a game in more than 21 months, shaking off significant rust.
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“I know what he did last time we played (with him),” UW coach Paul Chryst said earlier this week. “He’s got to get back to playing, but I think he’s a guy that can bring (a lot). He’s a really talented receiver. He’s really good in the run game. I think there’s an energy that he brings.… And yet, he still hasn’t played for a while now and he’s got to get back into it. But I think you set the bar. I know he has and we all have a high bar for him.”
Cephus has 34 receptions for 595 yards and six touchdowns in two seasons at UW. Most of the damage — 30 catches for 501 yards and all six scores — came during his injury-shortened sophomore season in 2017.
He was limited to nine games that season after sustaining a leg injury during a win at Indiana. Cephus missed the final games of the season.
“I’m ready to win football games and start getting my education and I expect to do it at a very high level,” Cephus said Monday during a news conference with his lawyers.
Chryst and UW players voiced their support of Cephus earlier this month after his trial ended. Team leaders even sent a letter to Blank asking that he be allowed to return to school, and more than a dozen showed up at a news conference held by Cephus and his lawyers that was intended to apply pressure to Blank prior to Cephus’ reinstatement to UW.
“Q’s like one of my brothers,” UW junior wide receiver Kendric Pryor said. “I just want the best for him. I want him to have the opportunity to play football again, no matter if it’s here or wherever he decides to go.”
Cephus said earlier this week he had no intention of leaving UW and transferring to another program. After being declared eligible by the NCAA, Cephus moved one big step closer to playing for the Badgers once again.
“Obviously, for Quintez to get through such a difficult time in his life and for him to have the opportunity that he wants,” UW junior running back Garrett Groshek said, “you just couldn’t be more happy for him.”
Fighting for extra yards
Taking the 'Lambeau Leap'
Chryst congratulates Cephus
Taking the hit
Sneaking into the end zone
Moving the chains
Fighting through contact
Picking up first down
Carried off the field
Keeping it moving
Picking up first down
Showing some love
Crossing the goal line
Getting the job done
Making the cut
Just out of reach
Hauling it in
Hugging it out
Picking the jury
Taking the stand
Pleading his case
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