Posted March 06, 2012 on wisconsin.scout.com
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Many people wonder why senior first-team All-Big Ten selection Jordan Taylor hasn't scored as much in spurts as he did last season. Crunching the numbers heading into the conference tournament, the Badgers, who have moved on from their fourth place conference finish, are almost better when he doesn't.
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