Fall practice is wrapping up for Wisconsin football, which means positions in question are coming into focus.
The Badgers return 14 starters from their 2012 B1G title squad, which means at least eight positions are up for grabs entering the 2013 season.
Considering the issues at wide receiver and the depth concerns on the offensive line, there's a chance even more than eight players could become first-time starters.
The biggest turnover will be in the secondary—Wisconsin lost 75 percent of its defensive backfield from a season ago. And while the quarterback competition is coming down to sixth-year senior Curt Phillips and Joel Stave, both players started games last season.
So you don't have to ask "Who's that guy?" when first tuning into the Badgers' Week 1 matchup against Massachusetts on Aug. 31, get to know the Badgers' 8 new starters for 2013.