There’s going to be a bit of a new look to Wisconsin’s offense this year. With Bobby Engram taking over as the team’s new offensive coordinator, there’s an expectation that the Badgers might have some new wrinkles on that side of the ball.

As Wisconsin prepares for spring ball, Engram talked about his role with the program. It sounds like he’ll be the play-caller for the offense, even though that has been a responsibility taken by head coach Paul Chryst in previous seasons.

“I’m going to call plays, but how does that look in terms of collaborating? I don’t really know yet because we’re just starting the spring.” Engram said, per Dave Heller of Bally Sports. “But Paul (Chryst) has a lot of wisdom, a lot of experience in calling plays so I’m going to lean on him.

“What that looks like in real time in a game, I’m not sure yet.”

Engram came to Wisconsin after spending the previous 8 years with the Baltimore Ravens. He served as a wide receivers coach and later a tight ends coach during his time in the NFL.

Engram and Chryst worked together at Pitt from 2012-13. Engram was on Chryst’s staff as the receivers coach before jumping to the NFL.

This will be Engram’s first gig as an offensive coordinator.