The Wisconsin offense could look a lot different under Luke Fickell. A B1G coordinator commented on how Fickell is going to be a change from the usual blueprint.

The Badgers offense has remained very similar throughout the years, going back to the Bret Bielema-Barry Alvarez years. Not much changed even when Gary Anderson was there from 2013-2014.

Here’s what the B1G coordinator had to say about the new offense per ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg:

They’ve kind of always looked the same, and that’s going back to Barry Alvarez and then Bret [Bielema]. When [Gary] Andersen was there, they still looked the same, but they got away from their market in terms of recruiting. Luke Fickell is not part of that Alvarez-Bielema thread, but I do think he’s a good coach, and I do think he’ll recruit well there. It’s just a matter of what that product looks like, and how that meshes with the history of Wisconsin.

Wisconsin fans will be hoping that Fickell can breathe some life into the offense. The Badgers averaged 363.6 total offensive yards per game this past season, which ranked 8th in the B1G.

Fickell has added a number of transfer QBs to the offense already. Will it be enough?