After capping the 2020 season by keeping Paul Bunyan’s Axe in Madison for at least another year, Wisconsin has a chance to end the year with a win over Wake Forest on Dec. 30, in the Duke’s Mayo Bowl at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC.

The Badgers snapped a three-game losing streak by topping Minnesota 20-17 in overtime during their Big Ten Champions Week matchup.

Under head coach Paul Chryst, Wisconsin is 4-1 in bowl games, with their only loss just last year in the Rose Bowl to Oregon.

Wake Forest will bring their 4-4 record, and high-powered offense down the road to Charlotte. The Demon Deacons average 37 points and 453.3 yards per game, and running back Kenneth Walker III has 13 rushing touchdowns on the year.

Like UW, Wake Forest has had three games cancelled due to COVID-19 issues this season.

Monday, coach Chryst spoke to the media to discuss how the team will be preparing for the Demon Deacons, touched on quarterback Jack Coan’s decision to enter the transfer portal, as well as some other topics.

Below are some of his comments.