Found February 18, 2013 on Fox Sports Wisconsin:
MADISON, Wis. Peruse the list of college basketball players that have recorded at least five double-doubles this season, and you'll mostly find bruising 6-foot-8 power forwards or colossal 7-foot centers. What you won't find is many off guards that stand just 6-1. In fact, Wisconsin guard Ben Brust is one of just two players among the top 150 to own five double-doubles at such a compact height. Southern Illinois guard Jeff Early, also 6-1, is the other. "He's tired of hearing it all his life," Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan said of Brust's height on Monday. "Guys with a little chip on their shoulder, they always figure they've got something to prove. "If you were always told that you weren't very handsome, some guys would start to not go very many places, wear disguises if they weren't handsome and hide. Ben, a lot of people didn't think he'd play in college. And Big Ten? You've got to be kidding me. There are people that said...
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