Over the past, oh, I dunno, let's just leave it at over the past, Wisconsin has been known for their potent run game. While Alan Ameche, that old Iron Horse, isn't walking through to run his offense any time soon, the Badgers seem to be doing pretty well dating back to the Alverez era, er, the Alverez coaching era, er, that first time Alverez was coaching Wisconsin on the sideline and, well, this introduction is all over the place. And I have a great Alan Ameche story for those willing to hear, for those who like old timey stories that may or may not be true about really old Wisconsin Heisman Trophy winners.
Bread and Butter
I don't want to get too in depth about how these plays work, and instead spend time how they work off each other. In several places, I have previously discussed inside and outside zone runs. You can also see a lot of the blocking rules here.
Outside zone is the Badger's favorite run play. We'll discuss a big reason it has been so successful in a bit. Here's a diagram:
Follow the LINK to learn more about Wisconsin's Run Game, how they use Power O as a counter to the zone, and how they use two TEs to force the defense into real predicaments.