With the this year's departure of offensive coordinator Paul Chryst and last year's departure of defensive coordinator Dave Doeren to head coaching jobs at the University of Pittsburgh and Northern Illinois University respectively, the University of Wisconsin football program finds themselves in a familiar position.
Some may view these departures as a detriment to the program. But Wisconsin always fills the larder again with qualified, sought-after assistants. It's a compliment to the program and the way it is run to have so many coaches go on to head coaching positions at other universities and the NFL.
In the last 25 years, Wisconsin football has turned out some pretty good teams and assistant coaches who have gone on to head coaching success at the college and professional levels.
Here are the top 5.