Wisconsin has solid starters in its back four on defense, and there are several candidates to serve as capable backups
Wisconsin has plenty of potential contributors up front but is in search of playmakers
Signal-caller went 8-1 down the stretch after regaining starting job
As defensive coordinator Dave Aranda and head coach Paul Chryst prepare for their first season together, they know they have proven playmakers at outside linebacker in Joe Schobert and Vince Biegel.
Corey Clement, who rushed for a combined 1,496 yards and 16 touchdowns as a reserve in his first two seasons, is the clear No. 1 entering camp. The rest of that group is green and untested.
Wisconsin's offensive front has been its strength, but it will need young players to step up in 2015.
Wisconsin players not concerned about Ohio State and the East Division collecting most of the preseason football hype
With the loss of freshman tailback Jordan Stevenson, who recently learned he would not be admitted to Wisconsin and on Thursday joined Big Ten Conference rival Nebraska, UW's staff has one fewer option behind projected starter Corey...
A little more than three years since he stepped down as UW's offensive coordinator to take over a foundering University of Pittsburgh program, Paul Chryst is back in Madison with the hope of continuing the winning tradition Alvarez established during his 16 seasons as head coach.
Gazette sports writer and page designer Tom Miller ponders what's next for the Wisconsin basketball program