When quarterback Curt Phillips took the snaps in January's Rose Bowl, Wisconsin became the first team to play in three consecutive BCS bowl games using three different starting quarterbacks. It's a sign that the Badgers were used to having success despite constant change.
It's a theory that will be tested again this season. Not only does Wisconsin have a brand new head coach, offensive coordinator and six new assistant coaches, the Badgers have a bunch of quarterbacks vying to start the season opener on Aug. 31.
Wisconsin was one of nine schools to start at least three different quarterbacks in 2012 - Danny O'Brien, Joel Stave and Phillips - and was the only school of the group that finished with a winning record. But after back-to-back seasons of at least 10 victories, the Badgers' 8-6 season was a far cry from success.
''It came out time and time again that 8-6, they don't feel like that's a tremendous year for them,'' coach Gary Andersen said. ''They feel like they're a domina...