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Wisconsin football: depth chart released for Week 4

A true freshman is going to have to step up on the d-line this week versus Michigan.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: AUG 30 Wisconsin at USF Photo by Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The Wisconsin Badgers football team is back in our lives this week after a bye this past weekend. No. 13 Wisconsin (2-0) welcomes No. 11 Michigan (2-0) to Camp Randall Stadium on Saturday for both teams’ Big Ten opener. Here is how the Badgers will be lining up when the game kicks off.

Logan Bruss is back starting at right tackle after missing the game against Central Michigan. Same story for outside linebacker Izayah Green-May who also missed the Central Michigan game but is back in his starting spot.

True freshman nose tackle Keeanu Benton will get his second straight start and he will be backed up by senior Gunnar Roberge. The secondary two-deep stays the same as Week 2 since Scott Nelson will miss the rest of the season with an injury.

On offense, freshman Graham Mertz and redshirt freshman Chase Wolf are still sharing the backup quarterback duties while Garrett Groshek remains the backup tailback. Josh Seltzner, Kayden Lyles and Jason Erdmann all still seem to be in a rotation for the two starting guard positions. Although, Lyles is noted as the backup to both spots, just with the big “OR” designation.

We will have more for you on this huge game all week and Tyler is at Paul Chryst’s press conference today to give you all the highlights.