While I realize there are other prior snowflake threads, I thought I'd start a new one for today based on a more specific question: What is Wisconsin doing that we can't seem to be able to do? Anyone have Badger fans as friends how might explain how they have been able to consistently run the ball for a decade with minimal or average-at-best over the top or passing threat? Is it that they consistently have upperclassmen O line across the board that just reload every year?
When I first heard Hoke imply we were going back to ManBall, and given our superior recruiting to Wisconsin, I always envisioned the goal state was a Wisconsin 2.0 run game. I.e., what the Badgers do, but even better.
Perhaps some insight on Wisconsin's success can help shed more profound light on the real cause of our own running woes.