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In their last game at the Kohl Center senior guards Jason Bohannon and Trevon Hughes said farewell the only way they know how: with style.
The Badgers picked up just their fourth road win of the season with a 78-46 clinic over the Hoosiers last night, marking their largest margin of victory in a road Big Ten game since their 54-20 win over the University of Chicago in 1942.
It's hard not to look sloppy and sometimes foolish against Northwestern's signature 1-3-1 defense, but thanks to a strong first half, No. 14 Wisconsin (10-5 Big Ten, 20-7 overall) was able to hold on and top the Wildcats 70-63.
The Grateful Red were given free towels to cheer on the Wisconsin men's basketball team Saturday against Indiana, but it was the Hoosiers who threw in the towels moments after the tip-off.
Down four with just over two minutes remaining before the Badgers would be hit with their first home loss of the season, sophomore guard Jordan Taylor split between two Illinois defenders and saw an open lane to the basket. The lay-up would cut the Fighting Illini's lead to two, and just like Wisconsin has done all season in the Kohl Center, they would ride the momentum to escape defeat.
Two storms are brewing on their inevitable paths toward campus. One brings drifts of snow, and the other, if weathered, could bring the Wisconsin's men's basketball team another Big Ten regular season title.
Recently Wisconsin (8-3 Big Ten, 18-5 overall) has relied on its late game heroics to clinch its wins, but in Ann Arbor on Saturday the Badgers continued what they started last Tuesday against Michigan State and jumped all over the Wolverines early.
Well that was definitely easier than expected.
Wisconsin's men's basketball head coach Bo Ryan didn't have much time to celebrate his 100th career Big Ten victory. After a close loss to Purdue on Thursday, No. 5 Michigan State (9-0 Big Ten, 19-3 overall) comes into the Kohl Center tonight.
When thinking of some words to describe the performance of sophomore guard Jordan Taylor in the win against Penn State, resilient and incredible come to mind first, especially considering his recent struggles.
The effect of junior forward Jon Leuer's hiatus was in plain sight Wednesday night and put Wisconsin in an unfamiliar place at the Kohl Center—trailing its opponent.
It was easy for Ohio State and its fans to blame the 22-point loss to the Badgers in late December on the absence of junior guard/forward and Player of the Year hopeful Evan Turner. But Saturday night, with the roles reversed due to Wisconsin was without junior forward Jon Leuer, the Badgers could not pull out a victory,
Junior forward Jon Leuer's combined 50 points and 24 rebounds in two straight starts is a good way to get noticed in college basketball. If anything, it may get the media and opposing teams to stop mispronouncing his last name.
On a day when snow shut down Madison's campus, the Wisconsin men's basketball team was shut down by the 3-point shot of UW-Green Bay in an 88-84 overtime loss.
The Wisconsin men's basketball team finds itself in the exact opposite position it was a week ago today.
The Badgers (6-1) breezed through a cool-down game at the Kohl Center Saturday, beating Grambling State 79-46 behind 20 points on 6-of-11 shooting from senior guard Trevon Hughes.
Any excitement from the win over Duke or the Big Ten's first Big Ten-ACC challenge victory was short-lived for Wisconsin.
In front of an electric crowd at the Kohl Center, the Wisconsin men's basketball team put on an unforgettable performance, upsetting the No. 6 Duke Blue Devils 73-69 Wednesday night.