Through six games, Wisconsin football finds itself at 4-2 as we've reached the halfway point of the 2013 college football season. It's a loss or two more than the Badgers would prefer, but, all things considered, the future is bright in Madison, Wis.
An adjustment period was inevitable with a new coaching staff in place, and we can finally see the new 3-4 defense coming to fruition. Wisconsin also has its three most difficult games on paper behind it and could very well run the table in the second half of the season.
In the Badgers' two* losses, they didn't embarrass themselves, giving both Arizona State and Ohio State all they could handle. The running game remains dominant, and top-end recruits continue to pile in since Gary Andersen took the reigns as head coach.
But we're not going to get ahead of ourselves—this is about reflecting on the first half of the season and handing out midseason grades to the coaches and players at Wisconsin.