Charlie Neibergall, AP
BYU returns to action after a bye week to face its toughest test so far of the season as the team travels Saturday to Camp Randall Stadium to face No. 24 Wisconsin. This will be BYU's second trip in school history to Madison, with the Cougars beating the Badgers 28-3 in 1980.
However, there are some familiar faces on the Wisconsin sideline for BYU fans.
Lafe Peavler is a sportswriter intern at the Deseret News.
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