Posted December 01, 2011 on wisconsin.scout.com
Ten years ago, this game would have been considered a silver lining. Those are long gone for a program that has established a tradition of No.9 Wisconsin. Despite holding the Tar Heels' offense at bay, the Badgers could hit the vital shot or stop the key run, dropping a 60-57 decision at No.5 North Carolina.
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