Wisconsin had an up and down year in 2020 as the Badgers battled through the pandemic-impacted football season.

After two early games were canceled and some other results disappointed, the Badgers ended the year with wins against rival Minnesota and a Duke’s Mayo Bowl victory against Wake Forest. All things considered, it was a decent ending to a year that was derailed almost as soon as it began.

Entering the offseason, the Badgers will be getting back a number of key players for 2021 with the team hoping to rebound in the B1G West next season. Head coach Paul Chryst also discussed some changes to the way the offensive staff will work next season.

According to Jeff Potrykus with the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Chryst indicated he will take over play-calling duties while also working with the quarterbacks next season. That came after productive talks with OC and OL coach Joe Rudolph:

Hopefully the move does allow Wisconsin’s offense to rebound. The Badgers averaged just 25.1 points per game in 2020, a mark that ranked 88th nationally.

Chryst also discussed adding a CB coach to the Wisconsin staff and the outlook for spring workouts of the Badgers. Here’s what he had to say: