For Wisconsin football, it's been hard to pinpoint areas of weakness over the first two weeks of the season. That'll happen when you outscore your opponents by a combined 93 points and don't even allow a field goal to go through the uprights.
The Badgers should feel good about themselves after annihilating Massachusetts and Tennessee Tech. Then again, it is UMass and Tennessee Tech, but Wisconsin did exactly what it was supposed to do—take care of business without having any second thoughts.
Sure, you could look at occasional lapses in coverage, a lack of pressure on the quarterback, looking down intended receivers or a failure to break out more lengthy runs, but then we'd be getting nitpicky.
The fact of the matter is that the Badgers appear to be clicking on all cylinders heading into their showdown in Tempe, and there are five storylines that help explain how head coach Gary Andersen has led Wisconsin to its successful start.