Posted March 19, 2012 on wisconsin.scout.com
Fresh off its first practice preparing for top-seed Syracuse, Wisconsin's two seniors, Jordan Taylor and Rob Wilson, along with junior guard Josh Gasser and sophomore guard Ben Brust address the media about the challenges the Orange bring.
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