Wisconsin’s offense finished the 2014 campaign averaging 34.8 points per game, which ranks third in program history for a single-season. But the effectiveness of each position group fluctuated significantly.Most people would agree Badgers running back Melvin Gordon was the best tailback in the nation and a big reason Wisconsin won the Big Ten West, captured the Outback Bowl and finished with 11 victories. And even more people would agree the Badgers’ quarterback play was never good enough, leaving question marks about what could have been.How did each unit perform? Here is my season-ending report card for Wisconsin’s offense and special teams groups:Quarterbacks: D-plusWhat can be said that hasn’t already been discussed among the Badgers’ fan base about this position? What transpired in 2014 out of Wisconsin’s quarterbacks was simply unacceptable. If it weren’t for Melvin Gordon running his way to all sorts of records, the Badgers’ offense would have substantially nosedived. And here’s some perspective:Of the 128 teams in the FBS, only 18 threw more interceptions than touchdown passes this season. Wisconsin (15 touchdowns, 16 interceptions) was one of those teams. The rest of the list: New Mexico State, Kent State, UNLV, Southern Miss, Idaho, Penn State, Temple, Vanderbilt, Tulane,… Read full this story
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