The Wisconsin football team will have a longer preseason camp, in part because the N-C-A-A has banned “two a day” practices for safety reasons. Last year’s camp went for less than three weeks — but this year’s camp begins Saturday and runs for almost four weeks, with 22 practices and four days off on the calendar. Badgers’ coach Paul Chryst says the big challenge is not to get the players to “peak too soon” and burn them out before the season begins on Friday night, September first at home against Utah State. Chryst says he has come up with what he calls a “good plan” — and if it’s not working out, he’ll adjust it if he has to.