Ben Brust’s departure has left a hole in the Badgers’ starting lineup. To whom will Bo Ryan turn to fill it—physical forward Nigel Hayes or floor general Bronson Koenig?
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Wisconsin will not have an easy task repeating the success of last season, but it certainly has the ability.
Badgers' Final Four run
After a 16-0 start to the 2013-’14 season, nobody saw what would come next for Wisconsin. The No. 2-ranked team in the country went on to lose five of its next six Big Ten conference games.
After such an up-and-down season for Wisconsin, a loss in the Final Four can be tough to swallow. All the hard work and emotion poured into the season is suddenly put to a halt, and the players, coaches and community have to cope with the reality that the team came up just short of the ultimate goal.
Despite the prestige and winning reputation of Wisconsin head coach Bo Ryan, he is yet to make it to the Final Four in his 12 seasons with the Badgers.
The Wichita State Shockers had a season for the record books, going an incredible 32-0 in the regular season. This great run was topped with a Missouri Valley Conference win and a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament.
The Wisconsin men’s basketball team (29-7 overall, 12-6 Big Ten) is heading to the Elite Eight of the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2005.
MILWAUKEE, Wis.—The ability to overcome adversity has boded well for the success of Wisconsin this season, and it proved true again Saturday night when its season was on the line.
After finishing second in the Big Ten’s regular season, Wisconsin (12-6 Big Ten, 25-6 overall) will head to Indianapolis, Ind., for a chance to win the Big Ten tournament.
A recent and unfortunate trend in college basketball right now is the on-court behavior by coaches.
In a season defined by scoring records, win streaks and plenty of adversity, No. 9 Wisconsin (12-5 Big Ten, 25-5 overall) wrapped up its final home game with a team victory over Purdue.
As the Big Ten season closes, so do the college basketball careers for three Badgers.
The Wisconsin men’s basketball team (11-5 Big Ten, 24-5 overall) started off college basketball’s most notorious month with a victory at Penn State Sunday afternoon.
A little over a month ago, then-No. 3 Wisconsin suffered its first loss of the season at Indiana. Tomorrow, the Badgers (9-5 Big Ten, 22-5 overall) will look to avenge their loss and earn their sixth straight conference win.
In the past decade of Big Ten basketball, the Badgers (9-5 Big Ten, 22-5 overall) have only finished lower than fourth once. Their quest to continue this trend was put to the test in Iowa City Saturday morning.
The last time Wisconsin (7-5 Big Ten, 20-5 overall) met Michigan at the Kohl Center it was the No. 3 Badgers who had the target on their back. This Sunday in Ann Arbor it will be the No. 15 Wolverines that have to protect their home court and a Big Ten conference lead against a rejuvenated UW team.
The Wisconsin men’s basketball team turned the tables on a talented Minnesota team that gave the Badgers a beating earlier this season in Minneapolis.
The roller coaster of a season Wisconsin (5-5 Big Ten, 18-5 overall) will only get crazier this weekend.
The struggles for Wisconsin (4-5 Big Ten, 17-5 overall) continued Saturday afternoon, when Ohio State handed the Badgers their third consecutive home loss.