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Like last year when former N.C. State QB Russell Wilson took over, Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema has again handed the keys to his offense to an ACC transfer.
Former quarterback Danny O'Brien, who was benched by Randy Edsall last year in the Georgia Tech game, has been named Wisconsin's starting quarterback.
O’Brien made 17 starts the past two seasons for the Terps and passed for 4,086 yards with 29 touchdowns and 18 interceptions. He graduated from Maryland in May and became eligible immediately at Wisconsin.
O'Brien beat out senior Curt Phillips and redshirt freshman Joel Stave for the starting job.