When Barry Alvarez hired Bret Bielema seven years ago as head coach of the Wisconsin Badgers, there was still a sense of continuity heading into the following season.
Wisconsin was going to be the same old Wisconsin, running the football for days on end while maintaining its same recruiting pipelines. The job remained in family, and even though Alvarez had been the head man for 16 years, Badger fans still felt secure in the fact that "The Wisconsin Way" would stay intact.
This time around, things will be a little different. Gary Andersen is an outsider from the Wisconsin family, and he ran a spread offense at Utah State, leaving questions about how the Badgers will look offensively in 2013.
The modifications might not be as drastic as you'd expect, but here are five changes Andersen will make to the Wisconsin offense.