During the 2012 season, the Wisconsin football offense wasn't exactly a juggernaut—withholding a few routs of inferior opponents and a 70-point outburst in the Big Ten Championship Game. Early season struggles running the football, a fluctuating quarterback situation and a lack of threats in the passing game didn't help the matter.
But new head coach Gary Andersen is looking to change all that. He'll keep the power running game intact, but Andersen would also like to have a mobile quarterback under center to give the Badgers offense a little more diversity.
The quarterback position, while still up for grabs, has a much better feel to it, and Wisconsin brings back several offensive weapons from a season ago. We'll count down the five most prolific playmakers on offense and analyze what each one brings to the table.