Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst answered quite a few questions after the Badgers decided to cancel their game vs. Nebraska this weekend.

Chryst, who is one of 12 Badgers who have tested positive since Saturday, said he is “certainly disappointed” in how this has played out.

He also put an emphasis on getting the program’s positivity rate down during this 7-day hiatus.

Big Ten policy says coaches must isolate for at least 10 days after testing positive for the virus. That means Chryst theoretically could return in time for the Badgers’ Week 3 contest against Purdue.

Alvarez wrapped up his Zoom press conference by saying he wasn’t sure how the Big Ten would handle the result of this game since the Badgers made the decision on their own to cancel it. If the Big Ten had stepped in, the game would have been declared a no-contest. It’s unclear if that is still the case or not.