Montee Ball wants to make another run with the Wisconsin Badgers. The Heisman Trophy finalist, All-American and national rushing champion who led the Badgers to a second straight Rose Bowl as a junior, will return for his senior season in Madison. Ball made the announcement official at a press conference Thursday at Camp Randall Stadium. Ball rushed for 1923 yards last season, 7th best in Big Ten history and scored an FBS single season record tying 39 touchdowns. Ball wasn't thrilled to hear a projection from NFL scouting services that had him rated as a potential third round draft choice next April. Ball said he knows is a bit of gamble to return and risk injury and potential earning power but he believes he can be even better next year with a rebuilt offense around him. Wisconsin is losing quarterback Russell Wilson, receiver Nick Toon, several linemen and offensive coordinator Paul Chryst who is becomming the head coach at the University of Pittsburgh.