The Wisconsin Badgers men’s basketball team sets its sights on a Big Ten Tournament title after falling just short of becoming the outright regular-season conference champion.
Brad Davison, Wisconsin's most polarizing player, announced that he would return to the Badgers for another season on Wednesday.
The Badgers were simply outmatched by the No. 1-seed Baylor Bears on Sunday afternoon, ending their season with a 76-63 loss.
March Bradness was in full effect Friday night, as the senior dropped a season high 29 points to lead the 9-seed Wisconsin Badgers (18-12 overall) over the 9-seed North Carolina Tar Heels 85-62 to move on to the Round of 32.
A few solid at-large teams can make a run this March Madness — Including one right here in Madison.
A couple of at-large bids have the chance to make a deep run this spring. Anything goes in March.
Badger men's basketball beat writers Joe Rickles and Nathan Denzin give some of their gambling picks for round one of March Madness.
The Field of 64 is packed with Big Ten teams hoping to make a run. Time will tell how good the vaunted conference really is in 2021.
An all-time choke job down the stretch allowed Fran McCaffrey to bring out the broom against the Badgers.
The Wisconsin Badgers (11-10 Big Ten, 17-11 overall) escaped by the skin of their teeth Thursday night against the Penn State Nittany Lions (7-13 Big Ten, 11-13 overall) 75-74 after blowing an 18 point lead late in the second half.
College basketball fans were subjected to the worst of the sport in the final minute of an excellent game between the Big Ten's best.
The Badgers lost their seventh straight game to a ranked Big Ten opponent Tuesday night.
The No. 25 Wisconsin Badgers (10-8 Big Ten, 16-9 overall) have been in somewhat of a tail spin over the last month, posting just a 3-5 record over the last 28 days, including losses to all four ranked teams they played.
The No. 23 Wisconsin Badgers (10-8 Big Ten, 16-9 overall) showed heart late in the game against the No. 5 Illinois Illini (15-4 Big Ten, 19-6 overall) to climb back from a 12 point deficit in just two minutes, but it wasn’t enough to pull out the win in the end, losing 74-69.
The Badgers' rematch against the Illini will see their opponents without their most dangerous player.
The No. 21 Wisconsin Badgers (9-7 Big Ten, 15-8 overall) came up short against a top ranked opponent again Thursday night, falling to the No. 11 Iowa Hawkeyes (10-5 Big Ten, 16-6 overall) 77-62 in a contest that was really decided in the first 10 minutes.
The Badgers are 2-point favorites against a Hawkeyes team that is ranked 10 spots ahead of them in the AP Poll.