For all the hype about Wisconsin football wanting to implement a read-option this season, the Badgers offense looked like a mirror image of years past. It pounded the rock, took its shots down field and didn't have any designed plays that got the quarterback on the move.
The defense, on the other hand, was a completely different story.
Defensive coordinator Dave Aranda was licking his chops prior to Wisconsin's opener, just waiting to unleash what he had concocted during the offseason. He was like a mad scientist, and he and Andersen's ingenuity shined against Massachusetts as the Badgers shut out the Minutemen.
From Wisconsin's perspective, it was really a joy to watch. The Badgers defense is all sorts of different in 2013, but there are five changes that caught our attention following their Week 1 demolition of UMass.