Wisconsin RB Braelon Allen says he never considered transferring to Michigan football

The message boards were rife with rumormongering last winter with the idea of the rich getting richer.

Wisconsin had undergone a coaching change,

first with Paul Chryst being let go midseason before interim coach Jim Leonhard was replaced with Luke Fickell.

The buzz was that Allen was good friends with fellow junior Donovan Edwards and that the duo conspired to play together in Ann Arbor,

 with Allan switching his Wisconsin helmet for a winged one. However, that’s the first mistake fans made: Allen barely knows Edwards.

“My relationship (with Edwards)? I don’t know him well,” Allen told WolverinesWire. “We don’t know each other well. We don’t really talk too much.”

That might just be the smoke, but was there ever fire? Allen says that wasn’t the case.

“I was just confused by it because I wasn’t sure where that even sprouted up from,

but I try not to pay too much mind to it,” Allen said. “It’s kind of annoying, just because we had played at Iowa.

We lost and like, my whole postgame press conference was about these transfer rumors.

We lost and like, my whole postgame press conference was about these transfer rumors.

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