Halting the Heisman
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With its final regular season game remaining, Wisconsin (12-5 Big Ten, 20-10 overall) has to feel pretty good about the situation they are currently in.
Minnesota’s 2016 senior night will be not be one Gopher fans will want to remember.
With its final home game Sunday, Wisconsin (10-5 Big Ten, 18-10 overall) will look to all but seal up an NCAA Tournament bid against the Michigan Wolverines (10-6, 20-9).
Ever since the sudden retirement of Bo Ryan in late-December, interim head coach Greg Gard has utilized his bench more and more and has seen noticeable results.
Thursday’s lackluster performance in a loss to No. 8 Michigan State may have brought significant concern for players and fans, but the reality of the matter is that Wisconsin had an uncharismatic game and was defeated by arguably one of the nation’s top teams.
In one month, Michigan State altered the Badgers’ season in two very distinct ways. 31 days ago, Wisconsin defeated the Spartans at the Kohl Center, the beginning of a seven-game win streak that enabled them to get back into the NCAA Tournament picture.
After a turbulent 9-9 overall start with a 1-4 conference record, it seemed like Wisconsin’s season was spiraling out of control and its streak of 14 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances would be spoiled.
Led by a season-high 13 3-pointers, Wisconsin (6-4 Big Ten, 14-9 overall) extended its win streak to five by defeating a stingy Ohio State team (6-5, 14-10) 79-68 at the Kohl Center Thursday night.
Riding a three-game win streak, Wisconsin (4-4 Big Ten, 12-9 overall) looks to increase its NCAA Tournament hopes with a matchup in Urbana-Champaign against Illinois (2-6, 10-11) Sunday.
After Wisconsin’s home upset against No. 4 Michigan State last Sunday, junior forward Nigel Hayes opined that “if you hit more free throws than the other team, then you usually win.”
With home losses to Western Illinois, Milwaukee and Green Bay it became almost inconceivable to think that Wisconsin had much of a chance to defeat potential Final contender Michigan State last Sunday. The Badgers proved critics wrong, however, with a 77-76 triumph at the Kohl Center behind smart and explosive offensive play.
After losing five games by three points or less this season, Wisconsin (10-9 overall, 2-4 Big Ten) finally received a break as it upset No. 4 Michigan State (16-3, 3-3) 77-76 in a thriller at the Kohl Center Sunday.
Despite eliminating a 14-point lead in the second half and having the support of one of the loudest student sections all season, Wisconsin (6-5) lost in the final 30 seconds of the game to in-state rival Marquette (8-2) at the Kohl Center Saturday afternoon.
After suffering yet another stunning loss to an unranked non-conference opponent at the Kohl Center, Wisconsin (6-4) will look to gain new momentum with a home matchup against Marquette (7-2) this Saturday at 12:30 p.m.
Coming off their worst shooting performance of the season, the Wisconsin Badgers (4-3) will face another tough test as they take on the No. 14 Syracuse Orange (6-0) at the Carrier Dome Wednesday night.
Hampered by their worst shooting performance in nearly a decade, the Wisconsin Badgers (4-3) fell to the No. 7 Oklahoma Sooners (4-0) in a blowout Sunday, losing 65-48.
Expectations will be especially high this Wednesday night when the Wisconsin Badgers (3-2) face off the Prairie View A&M Panthers (0-4) at the Kohl Center.
While it certainly wasn’t their prettiest game, the Wisconsin Badgers (3-2) edged the VCU Rams (2-2) 74-73 Sunday to win third place at the 2K Classic at Madison Square Garden.
After their abysmal home-opening loss to Western Illinois, Wisconsin (2-1) has bounced back nicely with two straight blowout wins and looks to extend its winning streak this Friday in the 2K Hoops Classic Tournament against the Georgetown Hoyas (0-2) at Madison Square Garden.