Found February 20, 2013 on Madtown Badgers:
Both Andy and I saw tonight's contest with Northwestern as a "trap game"- one the Badgers were heavily favored in, against a dangerous Wildcat team that certainly could beat UW. Well, it turns out we were both horribly wrong.  The Badgers (19-8, 10-4) took care of business against a crippled Northwestern team (13-14, 4-10), getting a 69-41 win in Evanston. Wisconsin got out to an early 9-0 lead and never looked back, holding an advantage the whole game.  Let's jump right in to the player grades for tonight's contest. Player Grades: Player Stats/Thoughts Grade Ben Brust, G 12pts, 8 rebounds, 4-9FG's, 3-7 3pt FG's, 2 assists, 1 TO, 32min. Ben Brust continues to do great things on the basketball floor, even with his sore knee. After missing his first three shots, Brust finished the game shooting 4-6 and knocking down 3 treys.  Brust's play will be ab...

Game Recap: Purple People Eaters

Senior Jared Berggren and junior Ben Brust each scored 12 points, as No.19 Wisconsin dominated Northwestern in a wire-to-wire 69-41 victory at Welsh-Ryan Arena Wednesday, clinching the program's 13th straight winning conference seasons.

Frederick, Wagner continue Badgers legacy

INDIANAPOLIS -- Last year it was Kevin Zeitler and Peter Konz who represented the Wisconsin Badgers offensive line in the NFL Draft. Two years ago, it was Gabe Carimi and John Moffitt. Carrying on the Badgers tradition of solid NFL offensive line prospects in 2013 is Travis Frederick and Ricky Wagner. "Wisconsin has prepared me quite a bit well for this jump," Frederick...
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