After bouncing back from a down year with a 10-4 campaign and a Rose Bowl appearance, the University of Wisconsin football team finds itself in an interesting position on offense.
The Badgers won’t have star junior tailback Jonathan Taylor in the backfield next season, and it won’t have junior Tyler Biadasz anchoring the offensive line for the first time in three seasons. But they have options and depth at positions like tight end that were thin this season for a variety of reasons.
How UW fills some of the holes left by graduation and early NFL departures will be a major factor in the team building on its solid season. Last year, the Badgers had their best offense in terms of yards and points per game since 2014.
Let’s take a look at how UW’s roster on offense sits a couple of months before spring practices. Players’ years in school are what they’ll be when the 2020 season begins, and you can read more about the incoming recruits and watch their highlights here.
— Colten Bartholomew
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