5 bye week thoughts for Wisconsin football and the rest of the 2021 season

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It’s Week 3 of the college football season and Wisconsin is already on bye.

The break is an interesting one for Paul Chryst and the Wisconsin Badgers, as they have a tough two-game stretch coming up against Notre Dame and Michigan yet just came away from a confidence-building rout of Eastern Michigan on Saturday.

With there being no contest this weekend to preview, I’m here today with five big thoughts entering the bye week.

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There’s some on Graham Mertz and the Badgers’ red zone woes, some on Jim Leonhard’s defense, some on the Big Ten West and some on the season as a whole.

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As you sit and enjoy another jam-packed weekend of college football, first take into account what I lay out below.