A result of some interesting scoring stipulations courtesy of head coach Gary Andersen, the Wisconsin football spring game featured plenty of scoring. There were only two touchdowns scored, but the Cardinal team defeated the White team 61 to 47.
The score was reflective of what we saw on the field, as the Cardinal team (defense) made several plays and got to the quarterback upwards of a dozen times. This was despite the defense hiding a lot of what it wanted to do as a result of the game being televised (via Dave Heller of JSOnline).
As far as the offense was concerned, there was barely any read option—which could also be a result of being on television—and the offensive line lost a majority of the battles in the trenches, resulting in a rather stagnant running attack.
With the spring practice season complete in Madison, let's take a look at the winners and losers of the Badgers 2013 spring game.