Found November 13, 2013 on Madtown Badgers:
Photo by David Stluka It wasn’t as fast-paced as Friday, but we’ll definitely take a win against a Top 10 team. That makes two resume boosting wins already as we head into Green Bay on Saturday. You’ve read the recap, now let’s dig into the box score a little. Ben Brust and Traevon Jackson led the game in rebounds. This got brought up last night, but is worth mentioning again. When the top two rebounders in the entire game are guards, that can mean a couple of things. First, it shows that the guards aren’t afraid to get physical, but it also shows that your big guys need to get a little more physical. In the end, though, guards getting rebounds is a good thing to see. Nigel Hayes shooting 4-7. He looked good and the box score showed it. He’s not going to get a lot of shot attempts, but the ones he gets will be high percentage. If he can start chipping in 5-10 points a game already, he could become a difference maker come B1G conference play. 57% from the f...
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