MADISON, Wis. -- One of the most prolific 3-point shooters in Wisconsin basketball history was in the midst of yet another oh-fer from long range Tuesday night, and questions began to percolate. Was something wrong with Ben Brust? Were there lingering effects to an undisclosed injury? Had he lost his shooting touch entirely at the most ill-timed moment of the season?
Then, Brust provided an answer in a fashion many Badgers fans have come to expect over his career. Brust, mired in an excruciating and unusual 1-for-17 3-point slump over 2 1/2 games, buried three consecutive 3-pointers in the span of three minutes. And it proved to be a surge that helped take the lid off the basket for the entire team during No. 14 Wisconsin's 69-58 comeback victory against Indiana at the Kohl Center.
As the old adage goes: Shoot 'til you're hot. Shoot 'til you're not.
"I knew it was only a matter of time," Brust said. "I knew it was going to start, so I was like, 'Can it just start now?'"
Brust, the 6...