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As redshirt junior forward Ethan Happ reflected on Wisconsin’s 80-70 loss to Xavier last Thursday night, he interestingly couldn’t help but smile.“I feel like a coach, but I’m just really proud of the guys, very proud of how we responded,” Happ told reporters after the game.
Brad Davison spent the majority of the first half of Wisconsin’s 80-70 to No. 15 Xavier (3-0) pestering Musketeer players, making contested jump shots and pumping his fists in excitement.
After two 30-point blowouts to open the season, the Wisconsin men’s basketball team (2-1) used just about every possession to decide its third game of the year against the No. 15 Xavier Musketeers (3-0). In a hotly contested affair, the Musketeers ultimately pulled away from the fresh-faced Badgers to win 80-70.Each half was a tale of two halves for the Badgers.
Wisconsin head coach Greg Gard knows his team is young and learning. And after an extensive preseason slate, the Badgers’ early non-conference schedule presents no shortage of tests, a schedule he said is meant to put the newcomers through a trial by fire.“It's a challenging schedule,” he said.
After Khalil Iverson posted a zero-point, four-turnover performance in the Badgers’ season opener against South Carolina State, head coach Greg Gard’s confidence in his third-year forward didn’t waver.“There’s gonna be some nights when it’s [Iverson], as it has been in some of the exhibitions, and there’s gonna be nights when it’s other guys,” he said.
After a tune-up game to open the season against South Carolina State, Wisconsin (2-0) faced its first test of the season as Yale (0-2) came to town Sunday.
Junior forward Khalil Iverson was just about perfect in the Badgers' win over the Yale Bulldogs.
Even after the departure of four of its five starters from last year’s team, head coach Greg Gard is confident that his 2017-’18 Wisconsin Badger (1-0) group has plenty of offensive weapons.“This team is going to have a variety of scorers,” Gard said after UW’s 85-50 win over South Carolina State Friday night.
Andy Van Vliet admitted to being a little bit nervous heading into Wisconsin’s (1-0) regular season opener against South Carolina State (0-1) Friday night.
Several Badgers set career-highs in a variety of categories Friday night as Wisconsin (1-0) methodically worked its way past South Carolina State (0-1) 85-50 to open the 2017-’18 season.Things got off to a rocky start for a UW team that is prominently featuring several new faces.
In our first Cardinal Zone Basketball Podcast of the season, sports editor Ben Pickman and men’s basketball beat writer Tommy Valtin-Erwin preview the Badgers’ season.
After more than a quarter of a season’s worth of preseason exhibition games, the regular season has finally arrived for the Wisconsin men’s basketball team.A five-game tour of Australia and three more scrimmages have a young Badgers squad unusually prepared for its opening-night matchup with South Carolina State.“Since we had so many exhibitions, it doesn't really feel that different to me,” freshman guard Kobe King said.
Just inside the doorway of an over-crowded locker room in Madison Square Garden, D’Mitrik Trice watched as reporters fired questions to Wisconsin’s four seniors.
Brad Davison stood just behind midcourt at the Badgers’ annual Red-White scrimmage, waiting for the ball.
Ethan Happ:Ethan Happ, a redshirt junior from Milan, Ill., received little buzz coming out of high school as a three-star recruit.
Most college basketball fans would agree that the Big Ten is one of the landmark conferences of the sport.
The Wisconsin Badgers men's basketball team finds itself out of the AP preseason top-25 rankings for the first time since the 2010-’11 season, a team that was led by the likes of Jordan Taylor, Jon Leuer and Keaton Nankivil.
Freshman Brad Davison couldn’t stop smiling at the post-game dais after Wisconsin’s 85-56 exhibition victory over UW-Stout.
It took almost seven minutes for the Wisconsin Badgers to score its second field goal of the game.
The devastating side of national recruiting reared its ugly head this week, with Tyler Herro, one of Wisconsin Basketball’s top-rated recruits of all time, decommitting from the program.