Found November 20, 2012 on Madtown Badgers:
The Badgers (3-1) tallied their third win of the season and won their second game in the Las Vegas Invintational after blowing out the Presbyterian Blue Hose 88-43 at the Kohl Center. It was a satisfactory effort for Wisconsin, who seemingly didn't miss a beat the whole game. Despite lackluster performances from the Senior Trio of Mike Bruesewitz, Jared Berggren and Ryan Evans, the Badgers rolled to a huge win. Ben Brust, Sam Dekker, and George Marshall carried a majority of the scoring while the Badgers defense was solid, allowing just 43 points on 36.4% from the Blue Hose. The Badgers starting out hot and rode their good shooting night all the way to the end. As a team Wisconsin shot 52.4% on 33 made field goals. The stat that really brought this game out of hand was the Badgers' 16 three point shots made, one short of the school record. Overall the Badgers shot 16 of 37 and 43.2% from beyond the arc. Three point shooting will be an aspect to keep an eye on as ...
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