Wisconsin has been dominant the first three weeks of the season.

Realistically, two, since the Badgers were off in Week 3. Michigan is also coming into Week 4 at 2-0 overall after a bye this past weekend. The Wolverines have been shakier than the Badgers, though.

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Ahead of Saturday’s game between Wisconsin and Michigan, Badgers coach Paul Chryst was asked about the Wolverines’ new-look offense. It’s an offense that is typically in a spread formation, looking to utilize the Wolverines’ talented play-makers.

In the first two games, though, the offense hasn’t looked as dynamic as many had hoped.

“You know you’ve not seen it all,” Chryst said. “And yet, you’ve gotta understand what a team’s trying to do, what’s there base. You know you’re going to see things you’ve not seen on film. That’s part of it. You’ve gotta be able to adjust throughout the course of a game. But I think that’s a challenge that everyone faces at this time in the year.”

Chryst knows that this Michigan offense hasn’t reached its potential yet. And you would assume that he’s correct in that thinking. One wide receiver who has been linked to potentially playing in the NFL is Michigan’s Donovan Peoples-Jones. He hasn’t played yet. He will undoubtedly add a spark to the offense.

Again, Michigan is undergoing a sizeable philosophical shift offensively. Sometimes, it just takes a little time for things to get going.