Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst addressed the media on Monday morning, just a couple days after the Badgers fell 14-6 to Indiana.

After a poor offensive performance vs. the Hoosiers, Chryst was asked to clarify who’s been calling the plays this season. The answer is Joe Rudolph, who is the offensive coordinator, offensive line coach and associate head coach for Wisconsin.

“Joe’s been calling them this year,” Chryst confirmed.

Chryst shared why he gave up play calling responsibilities this season.

Wisconsin’s offense has struggled in multiple games this season, but only scoring six points against Indiana is a new low. The box score — 342 yards and 8-of-16 on third down — suggests the output should have been much higher.

Last season’s starting quarterback Jack Coan suited up for the first time on Saturday, but did not play. Chryst shared his thoughts on potentially playing Coan at some point this season.

Chryst also previewed the Iowa game. The Hawkeyes have won five straight contests, including four by double digits.

Kick off between Wisconsin and Iowa is at 2:30 p.m. CT on Saturday.