Everyone is eager to see what the Wisconsin football program will look like this upcoming season not only because of the changes Gary Andersen is making, but because James White will be replacing Montee Ball at running back.
For the past two years, Montee Ball was the feature back in the Badgers' backfield while James White has spent all three of his years at Madison as a backup. Believe it or not, White's most successful season in red and white was his freshman year when he topped the 1,000-yard plateau, rushing for 14 touchdowns and averaging 6.7 yards per carry.
Even though White has never had to carry the entire load like Ball, he has already had a great deal of success at Wisconsin. Perhaps he won't match the production of Ball in his final collegiate season, but there are different specialties that White brings to the table.
Continue on to find out three things James White will do better than Montee Ball.