Michigan and Wisconsin have started the 2021 season on different ends of the spectrum, and the two sides will square off in Madison for Week 5.

The Wolverines are off to a 4-0 start as head coach Jim Harbaugh leans on an old-school approach of a ground-and-pound rushing attack. Meanwhile, Wisconsin has started 1-2 on the year and is searching for an identity – and positive results – on the offensive side of the ball.

However, history might be on the side of the Badgers heading into Week 5. Wisconsin is traditionally a tough team to beat inside Camp Randall Stadium, and Michigan has struggled there.

Paul Chryst is riding back-to-back wins over Michigan and has 3 wins in the last 5 games against the Wolverines, including blowout wins in 2019 and 2020. It has also been 20 years since Michigan last won in Madison, a 20-17 victory in 2001. Lloyd Carr and Barry Alvarez were the head coaches in that contest.

Despite riding a 5-game winning streak at home against Michigan, ESPN’s FPI is still rolling with the Wolverines this time around. The updated projections are giving Harbaugh and company a 69% chance of coming away with a road victory.

Will history hold for the Badgers, or will the Wolverines get to 5-0 to start the season? Saturday’s kickoff is set for 12 pm EST on FOX.