Offensive coordinator Paul Chryst will remain at Wisconsin after interviewing with the Dallas Cowboys last week.
The university made the announcement today.
Chryst was the Badgers' tight ends coach in 2002 and returned to Wisconsin two years ago. The 2005 team was the highest-scoring in school history at about 34 points per game.
Despite losing five players to the N-F-L draft, last year's team was the ninth-highest scoring unit in school history. Left tackle Joe Thomas won the Outland Trophy, sophomore Travis Beckum set school records for receptions and receiving yards by a tight end and freshman P-J Hill was the Big Ten's leading rusher.
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