The five-week spring practice session is finally coming to a close, and it's almost time for Wisconsin football to take the field for its annual spring game.
Through all the injuries and schematic changes on offense and defense, the Badgers are ready to show fans how far they have come since ending the season on a sour note in the Rose Bowl. Of course, due to these injuries, we won't get nearly the same product that fans should expect to see come the start of next season.
That doesn't mean there won't be plenty to keep an eye on, as several position battles will be front and center on April 20. Those will be among the five most important things to look out for this Saturday when the Red team takes on the White team.