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Senior guard Dan Fahey didnâ€™t come to the University of Wisconsin for NBA and college glory. He came to follow a dream and to make an impact, two things he has achieved while working on the Badgersâ€™ scout team.
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MADISON, Wis. J.D. Wise sat at a table inside the Kohl Center on Friday afternoon, four television camera lenses and a handful of tape recorders near his face.
"Do I just like look into the distance?" Wise said. "I've never been up here before."
The spotlight hasn't shone brightly on Wise during his college basketball career at Wisconsin. He is rarely...
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Amid an otherwise strong senior season, Wisconsin forward Ryan Evans has struggled miserably at the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
It is being reported by Jim Polzin of the Wisconsin State Journal that Badgers senior forward Ryan Evans left Thursday's practice with a right knee injury.Â
When asked about it UW training staff is quoted as saying that the severity of the injury was unknown and he is currently listed as day-to-day.Â
Should this be a major knee issue this puts an interesting spin on...
MADISON, Wis. Wisconsin senior forward Ryan Evans sustained a right knee sprain during Thursday's practice and is listed as questionable for Sunday's senior day game against Purdue.
Badgers forward Sam Dekker said Evans who did not practice on Friday injured himself while making a move through the lane and attempting to jump off his left foot. The injury occurred before...
It was a MTB kind of party last night on Badgers Power Hour as Andy, Arman, and Nate all joined in the festivities!! We talked Badgers football, hockey, basketball and more.Â
What kind of seed can Wisconsin basketball earn? Can we really kiss Badgers hockey NCAA tourney hopes goodbye? What the hell is up with Mike Bruesewitz's hair? Oh, and really Bielema, really?Â
MADISON, Wis. When Ryan Evans gathered the basketball with 2:35 remaining in the first half of Tuesday night's game, a palpable buzz settled across the Kohl Center.The collective hum of Wisconsin's curious fan base suggested everyone had the same question on the brain: Would Evans actually attempt a jump shot from the free-throw line as he suggested days earlier?Sure enough...
Wisconsinâ€™s Ryan Evans has been horrible shooting free throws this college basketball season. Entering the game with Nebraska he was shooting 40 % from the line. He had made just 51 of 126 attempts at the charity strike. So it was time for Evans to try something else.
Considering it was bottom feeder Nebraska Evans could afford to try a new strategy at the line. So he decided to...
This video is on pretty much every sports blog on the internet, but I thought Ryan Evans and his jump shot free throw needs to be addressed.
Evans is shooting 41% from the line this season. Thatâ€™s pitiful.
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Heâ€™s only shooting 39% from the field. Oh, it gets better â€“ heâ€™s just 2-of-23 from 3-point range.
Evans told the Madison newspaper that heâ€™ll stick with...
Wisconsin Badgers forward Ryan Evans has started taking jump shots instead of regular free throws in hopes of raising his percentage.
Could the NFL have its first ever female player on its hands soon? It will if Lauren Silberman has anything to do with it.
Silberman was a former soccer player for the Wisconsin Badgers in Madison, WI, and recently was found kicking field goals at an exhibition event. After displaying great consistency and leg strength, some of her friends encouraged her to try out for the NFL.
Ricky Wagner added 80 lbs and changed positions to become next in a long line of notable Wisconsin left tackles. He is atheltic and versatile, but how does that translate to the next level? We once more check in with Andrew Rosin for answers on what we can expect for the success from the man following Joe Thomas and Gabe Carimi out of University of Wisconsin to the NFL.
Check out what Wisconsin running back Montee Ball had to say to the media at the NFL Scouting Combine.